Varsha Bollamma is an Indian actor who predominantly works in the South Indian film industry.According to Varsha, she wanted to become an actor since she was five. In an interview, Varsha revealed that her mother, Shanthi Bollamma, suggested studying engineering; however, Varsha opted for microbiology sciences and liked studying it. The Hindu.Varsha’s video in which she was delivering the dialogue from the film ‘Raja Rani’ (2013) went viral and was liked by the viewers.Varsha, following the death of actor Sushant Singh Rajput, promoted ‘Aasra,’ a suicide prevention and counselling centre, with the purpose to provide help to individuals suffering from mental health issues. While talking about this in an interview, Varsha Bollamma said, I put this up on the day Sushanth Singh Rajput passed away. There could be many with mental health issues and not knowing whom to call for help. I wanted to do something even if it benefits a few people.” The Hindu.According to Varsha, she likes to dub herself for films and not doing so makes her feel incomplete as an actor. Varsha talked about this in an interview and said, I feel incomplete as an actor if I don’t dub for myself. The dubbing artiste might do a great job but I like to do it myself, and do it well. I’ve dubbed in Tamil, Kannada and Telugu for Choosi Choodangaane. I developed cold feet for my Malayalam films.” The Hindu.Varsha speaks Kannada, Tamil, and Malayalam languages fluently.The tattoo on her right hand is inked in her mother’s handwriting.Varsha has a pet dog named ‘Hachiko.’ She brought him home during the lockdown caused by the wave of Covid 19. Varsha Bollamma with her pet dog, Hachiko.Varsha Bollamma manages a separate social media account, where she posts pictures that are clicked only by her.