Namitha's fair complexion and beautiful eyes make her look exotically beautiful and seductive in anything she wears. She is one of those actresses whose one 'drop of pallu' can produce a wave of sighs from the audience.


Whatever Mumaith wears is extremely bright and attracts the eye to the 'most vital points'. Her dark complexion adds to her sexiness and she moves around wearing colours that will make her competitors go weak in their knees. Like Namitha, Mumaith also boasts of an hour glass figure, just that her hourglass is a bit bigger than the ordinary.

Namitha has raised global sea water temperatures many a time with her appearances in films such as 'Azhagiya Tamil Magan' where there is an entire song shot on the beach. She next appeared in 'Billa', swimming in the pool with Ajith. Her hot swimsuit pictures from Malayalam Movie 'Black Stallions' is still one of the most watched glam pics online.

Mumaith, on the other hand, does away with coy and unwanted cover-ups that many use while on the beach or in the pool. She boldly strutted her stuff in a black bikini in Telugu film 'Punnami Naagu'.

The decision is left to you, the audience, the fans! Which glamazone do you side with?

Which deity do you choose for the temple of your fantasies? Do you prefer the consistently sexy Namitha or the shockingly flexible Mumaith?

Does Namitha's sensually slow 'dressing-up the bride' scene in 'Pachai Kuthirai' excites you more or does Mumaith's shocking reprisal of the 'Basic Instinct' interrogation scene, in 'Target', leave a lasting impression on your mind?

Choose wisely. And to help you make your choice, we have some of the hottest images of both these sex-pots lined up just for you... Click on, and don't forget to vote for your favorite.

Namitha fans have gone a step ahead and erected a temple in her name in the Nellai district of Tamil Nadu. She has become only the second actress in Tamil cinema to get such an acclaim after Khusboo.

As we said, Namitha and Mumaith both cherish a huge fan-base across south Indian languages and this super fan fare is never safe. They are always surrounded by security men and maintain a safe distance from the fanatics. The fans always want a touch of what they see on screen and it takes a lot to deny that to them especially if shooting outdoors.

Mumaith has had bad fan experiences many a time. While performing at a New Year party in Hyderabad, recently, Mumaith became a victim of fan frenzy. She had to be whisked away from her fans, who were starting to get physical with her.

Namitha was once abducted by one of her fans. This happened in Trichy, when she alighted at the airport to attend a function at Karur. A man posed as her official escort asked her to get in his car. She agreed and the imposter may have gotten away with it, but timely intervention by the organisers saved her.

While Mumaith is never scared to wear the cheekiest of dresses on and off screen, Namitha keeps her sexy costumes only for film reels and appears mostly in saris or T-shirts and jeans at events and photo shoots.

Their choices of films, roles and their onscreen persona are very different though they both rely on their sex-appeal for success.

Namitha is a conventional actress, who drives up the ticket sales of her ventures with glam-studded characters. She rarely picks up a film to only appear in an item number. If a film has her in an item song, there will be a scripted plot, which leads her to it.

Mumaith has redefined the tag 'Item girl'. Most of her appearances in movies are limited to brief appearances in a song. Rarely does she have a few scenes all connected to the item number but apart from that her contribution is only the gyrations of her awesome bosom and curvy hips to fast dance beats. For Mumaith at her best, watch songs like 'Bangaru Kodi Petta' ('Magadheera') and 'Enn Chelaperu Apple ('Pokkiri'). She has however played full length roles too, in movies such as 'Target' and 'Maisamma IPS'.

Fans of both these glam icons strive to appease their deities with many different rituals, gifts and gestures.


Mumaith fans have hoarded the internet with fan clubs dedicated to the artiste. They give her films the same kind of openings that male superstars get in South India, with poojas and other celebratory gestures; each of her film premieres is a festival for her fans.


Mumaith fans have hoarded the internet with fan clubs dedicated to the artiste. They give her films the same kind of openings that male superstars get in South India, with poojas and other celebratory gestures; each of her film premieres is a festival for her fans.

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