When we encounter a delightful, endearing couple in real life, our hearts overflow with joy witnessing the affection they share. Let's delve into the realm of on-screen romance within the South Indian film industry, exploring five couples who portrayed such seamless chemistry that they genuinely convinced us of their love.
Behold a compilation of the top five on-screen couples in South Indian cinema.
Kamal Haasan and Sridevi:
Let's delve into the legendary pairing of Kamal Haasan and Sridevi, who have graced the screen together in more than 25 films. Their collaboration spans numerous timeless classics, including the heart-wrenching romance "Sadma" and other memorable works such as "Sigappu Rojakal" and "Apoorva Ragangal".
In each of their cinematic endeavors, Kamal Haasan and Sridevi effortlessly exude chemistry that transcends words. Their connection is timeless, classic, and evokes the genuine feeling of witnessing two people deeply in love rather than mere actors portraying affection on-screen.
Prabhas and Anushka Shetty:
One of the most beloved on-screen couples in Telugu cinema, they collaborated on a total of four films. Their partnership commenced with the 2009 remake of "Billa," where their scintillating chemistry garnered widespread attention, especially through their memorable songs. Their on-screen magic continued to captivate audiences in the 2013 blockbuster "Mirchi". Their most successful collaboration came in the form of the "Baahubali" series, where both actors dedicated nearly half a decade along with immense dedication and effort.
Vijay Deverakonda and Rashmika Mandanna:
Actor Vijay Deverakonda and Rashmika are rumored to be a real-life couple. Despite having collaborated in just two films thus far, their on-screen chemistry has proven to be nothing less than perfection.
Whether portraying playful banter in "Geetha Govindam" or embodying themes of passionate advocacy in "Dear Comrade," Vijay and Rashmika seamlessly transition between light-hearted and profound moments, solidifying their status as one of the finest on-screen couples in South Indian cinema.
Dulquer Salmaan and Nithya Menen:
Nithya Menen shares a delightful rapport with many actors, but there's a different chemistry when she collaborates with Dulquer Salmaan. From their initial venture in "Ustad Hotel," where Dulquer and Nithya embark on nocturnal escapades, to their portrayal of a live-in couple in Mani Ratnam's "OK Kanmani," each scene is quite pleasing with memorable moments.
Who could forget the iconic "Mental Manadhil" sequence, featuring Nithya and Dulquer cruising on a bike, enveloped by AR Rahman's enchanting melody? Their on-screen synergy elevates every project they undertake, making them an unforgettable duo in South Indian cinema.
Thalapathy Vijay and Trisha Krishnan:
Vijay and Trisha have collaborated on a total of five films, with "Leo" being their latest project together. Their partnership dates back to the iconic "Ghilli" in 2004, which firmly established them as one of the most formidable on-screen duos in Tamil cinema. Their chemistry was so perfect that they embarked on a streak of consecutive projects, including "Thirupaachi" in 2005, "Aathi" in 2006, and "Kuruvi" in 2008.