Numerous Indian celebrities have practised or converted to other religions throughout the years for a variety of personal reasons. Here is a list of South Indian actresses who have converted to other religions, focusing on those who have done so:
Jyothika Saravanan is an Indian actress and producer who predominantly appears in Tamil films. She has also acted in some Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi films. She is also a recipient of the Kalaimamani Award. She was born Sadanah to a Punjabi father and a Muslim mother. Her half-sister, the actress Jyothika, wed Suriya in accordance with Hindu customs.
Ayesha Takia, who acted in Nagarjuna Akkineni’s Super under Puri Jagannadh’s direction, and also other Hindi films, was born to mixed-faith parents; her mother is a Kashmiri Muslim and her father is a Gujarati Hindu. Ayesha had a complete conversion to Islam after being married to Muslim restaurateur Farhan Azmi.
Nayanthara was born to Malayali Syrian Christian parents. She known as the Lady Superstar of South Indian Film Industry. On August 7, 2011, in Chennai’s Arya Samaj Temple, she allegedly became a Hindu. Diana Mariam Kurien is Nayanthara’s true name.
Hindu and Catholic parents gave birth to Monica. she converted to Islam, changing her name to M.G. Raheema. She admitted that she became an Islamist because she admired the religion’s tenets.
Nagma is a Hindi and South Indian film actress. After coming to believe in She became Christian in 2007. She is well-known for her Telugu movies Gharana Mogudu with Chiranjeevi and Allari Alludu with Nagarjuna Akkineni. She goes by Nandita Arvind Morarji in real life.
In addition to the females named above, several additional actors and actresses from Indian film have converted to other religions.