Here, we bring you top five Indian television vamps who have disappeared from the small screen, but still have a special place in audience's hearts.

Urvashi Dholakia:

Better known as ‘Komolika’, Urvashi was the extra spice of the show ‘Kasauti Zindagi Kay’ which added more drama. From twisting her flick to her background music ‘Komolikaa…nikaa’ she became popular among the audience and she did complete justice to her character by wrecking havoc in Anuraag and Prerna’s love story.

Mandira Bedi:

Don’t let her angelic look fool you as she has played one of the worst girls on Indian TV. Mandira played a negative character in ‘Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi’ which was the longest running show on TV. She played the role of Mandira who always created trouble for Tulsi as she was the husband snatcher.

Sudha Chandran:

From her designer bindis to beautiful sarees, Sudha Chandran a.k.a Ramola is still remembered by the TV audience. Sudha played the character of a step-mother on the show ‘Kahin Kisi Roz’ and she crosses all limits to defeat her daughter-in law. Ramola Sikand was the most stylish vamp on TV at that time, although nobody loved her character.

Meghna Malik:

Nobody could have played Amma ji’s role from the show ‘Na Aana Is Des Laado’ better than Meghna Malik. She played a character of a narrow minded woman who was insensitive, struck with traditional norms and an absolute devil. Amma ji is still remembered by the TV audience as someone who was against women despite being one herself.

Kamya Punjabi:

Not in one or two, Kamya has played negative role in three serials. But, her most memorable vamp act has been in the serial ‘Banu Main Teri Dulhan’ where she played the role of ‘Sindoora’. In this show, Kamya portrayed the character of a dominating sister who always wanted to destroy her brother and his wife’s life. For this role, Kamya has also won the award for the best actress in the negative role.


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