Indian Television industries is full of family drama, Daily soaps where Three Figures are most well-known SAAS, BAHU and the VAMP (lady villains), these characters are majorly gives impact on Indian audience. Well, earlier daily soap maker preferred a pretty ugly and bad looking women to define a Vamp who can mess up the smooth running life’s of heroes and Heroins. But, Now a days after the popularity of the Indian television’s most breathtaking and most well-known vamp “Komalika” got well-known. Makers like to have a wonderful and hot vamp in their serials. Here, we brought a list of the most well-known vamps of Indian television who always appears to make deadly plans and tactics to mess up family and lives in the daily soap.
10. Kalyani Devi, Balika Vadhu
Nobody could have performed this part better than Surekha Sikri. Another old school lady trapped with conventional standards, Dadisa struggling Anandi throughout her child years. However, the great thing is that this personality went under a modification. Currently, Dadisa is the sweetest personality ever! Wonders do happen on Indian television.
9. Nitya Nanda, Kkavyaanjali
This unforgettable personality was performed by Amrita Singh. She was the wicked mom to a son who was too best to be real. Amrita Singh was resented by the Native indian viewers for taking part in a mom who was almost a demon.
8. Payal, Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi
Payal, performed by Jaya Bhattacharya, was yet another mean personality in Tulsi’s life. In the sequential, Payal was expected to wed Mihir. But Mihir declines to wed her after determining that she’s a silver digger.
7. Ammaji, Na Aana Is Des Laado
Ammaji, performed by Meghna Malik, created us all wonder how anyone could be so vicious. She was narrow-minded, patriarchal, insensitive and overall demon. Ammaji continues to be in our storage as someone who was against females, despite being one herself.
6. Anu, Des Mein Nikla Hoga Chand
Anu was this wonderful lady, who plotted against the top woman because she was crazily motivated by the idol. This personality was performed by Shweta Keswani and she was great at featuring the worries of Anu’s personality.
5. Tapasaya, Uttaran
Tapasya’s personality was published on the issue term ‘looks can be misleading.’ This part was Reshmi Desai’s increase to popularity. Tapasya never got exhausted of planning. She had the endurance to damage EVERYONE’s life. Caps off to those who had published such a talking personality. This ‘poor little wealthy girl’ went on to become a anger on Indian TV.
4. Dr. Simran, Sanjeevani
Whenever Rupali Ganguly appeared on-screen, we couldn’t help but wonder how psychotic she was. Dr. Simran was this over-possessive spouse who had nothing in her life apart from preparing and preparing ruining Juhi’s (husband’s ex girlfriend) life.
3. Jigyasa Walia, Kasamh Se
The vamp with a large bindi – that’s how we keep in mind Jigyasa. This personality was performed by Ashwini Kaleskar who unquestionably evil sister after Bani’s lifes. Kaleskar was so excellent in those footwear that individuals couldn’t help but hate her.
2. Ramola Sikand, Kahin Kisi Roz
She was the ‘step-mother’ on Indian tv. And Sudha Chandran performed this personality like someone else in charge. Contacting Ramola a adverse personality will be an exaggeration because she was a mother-in-law hidden as a legal. She wished to killing the character until the very end and she kept at it until she was beaten. Ramola was one of the most fashionable vamps on indian Television. Individuals still remember her wonderful sarees and exclusive bindis.
1. Komalika, Kasauti Zindagi Kay
No one ever does not remember the Komolika most fashionable and the most favored Vamp of the Indian tv who is well-known for her designer blouses and components assesories. In the sequential “Kasauti Zindagi ki” Urvashi Dholakiya performed the function of Komalika who was after Anurag Basu, cash and Basu Kingdom. After the sequential finished Urvashi did many other positions, even she won a year of most favored reality show bigg boss but Still known as “Komolika….. Nikka”.