Vedhika Talla is an Indian actress and model. She has launched a successful career in the Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Telugu as well as Hindi films and she’s been honored with several Edison Awards and was even nominated for Filmfare Awards. Vedhika’s acting prowess has earned her appearances in the Hollywood blockbuster “Slumdog Millionaire” as well as her appearances in a number of award-winning Hindi movies. Her roles in “Iruvar”, “Nanban”, “Chak De! India “as well as” Chak De! India” have been some of her finest.
But what has made her most famous is her winning performance in the film “Utsav” where she shines as the beautiful heroine who rises above her hardships to lead an extraordinary life. She did not let her beauty deform her into a character-less human being; instead, she exhibited her true colors in her flawless portrayal of a lead character. The mesmerizing character she plays in the film has made her one of the best actresses in India and one of the best female characters in any major motion picture. Vedhika was also conferred with the Best Actress in the same category as Amrita Sher-Gil read out of the Best actress List for her performance in the film “Utsav”. This award was ahead of the accolades she was likely to receive for the outstanding performance that she had made in the film.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||33 B|
|Waist Size||25 Inches|
|Hips Size||36 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||33-25-36 Inches|
There are a number of other awards that she has bagged, but the accolade that was most deserving of her was the Best Female Artist award for her role in the film “Utsav”. As it happens, she is the first ever Indian Female artist to be presented with such an award by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Although there are a number of actresses who have graced the Best Female Actor and Best Actress categories at the Oscars over the years, none have been presented with the prestigious honor of being accorded with the coveted Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role, which is given by the Academy on the basis of a winning screenplay, choreographed by the original composer, lyrics and acting.