Amy Jackson is beyond any doubt one of the most gorgeous and vivacious ladies in Southern cinema today. In just a handful of years, the young diva has carved a niche for herself thanks to her lively personality, sincere performances, and amicable nature. Moreover, she has worked with some of the most popular names in the business—right from Ram Charan to Vijay– and proved that she is here to stay. Today, as Amy turns a year older, here is a quick look at her professional accomplishments.
Amy was born in Mann on 31 January 1992 and began modelling at the age of 16. In 2010, she made her acting debut with ‘Madrasapattinam’ and added a new dimension to her life. Also featuring actor Arya in the lead, it did well at the box office and earned rave reviews along the way. In the subsequent years, she starred in films such as ‘Thandavam’ and ‘I’ to name a few and found firm footing the industry. She has also acted in a Telugu film (‘Yevadu’) and a few Hindi ones as well. Her notable Bollywood outings include ‘Ekk Deewana Tha’ and ‘Singh Is Bliing’. At present, she has two big South films in her kitty—‘2.0’ and ‘The Villain’.
‘2.0’ is touted to be a sci-fi thriller and has been directed by maverick filmmaker S Shankar. A sequel to the 2010 release ‘Enthiran’, it is slated to hit screens this year and will see her share screen space with the legendary Rajinikanth. Somtime ago, she had said that working with ‘Thalaiva’ was a learning experience for her.
“Sir (Rajinikanth) is fantastic and I have learnt many things from him — from not just the craft point of view but from the person he is. He is very calm, humble and dedicated to his work, which is lovely to see after all these years,” she had told a news agency.
As far as ‘The Villain’ is concerned, it a drama and will mark her Sandalwood debut. Directed by Prem, it also has Sudeep and Shivarajkumar in the lead.
We wish her a happy birthday and hope that this turns out to be a good year for her.
Here are some stunning photos of the lovely lady.
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