It was pure for Prathama Prasad to journey all over the world as a classical dancer. Skilled in Kathak beneath the tutelage of the legendary Maya Rao, Prathama took to the stage as a fish to water. However, because the daughter of veteran actor Vinay Prakash, Prathama additionally was fascinated about movies.
And he or she was not simply seeking to play lead roles. She took on any position that didn’t preserve her away from her past love — dance.
Prathama has acted within the movie MMCH, directed by Mussanje Mahesh, in addition to being part of just a few serials — principally mythological. Now Prathama is again in motion, once more as a goddess for the brand new sequence titled Amnoru. She performs the titular position, which is being aired on Udaya TV from January 20.
Prathama had performed goddesses in serials Devi and Mahadevi. And, she not too long ago completed taking pictures for the movie Chowkabara, which she says is nearly prepared for launch. “I play the heroine’s sister and am paired with Madhu Hegde, who is a popular actor on the small screen.”
After MMCH, she says, “my greatest undertaking was the serial Brahmagantu. It gave me an enormous platform and publicity. In reality, even as we speak, I’m identified by the title of the character I performed in it — Puttatte.
Coming again to Amnoru , Prathama laughs, “I believe I’m tagged to be the goddess of the small display. Even within the fashionable sequence Bili Hendathi, I performed a deity for a few particular episodes that have been telecast throughout Dasara. I take it as a blessing as I’m a really non secular particular person in life too. However I’m additionally open to exploring different roles too.”
Prathama credit her mom, who she calls as her “friend and guide”. She says, “She has been very supportive of my career.”
Prathama’s ardour for dancing continues. She was ranked second in Vidwath in Kathak, carried out by the Karnataka Secondary Board of Schooling.
She says she’s going to all the time discover a steadiness between performing and dancing.