Hema Chaudhary is a movie actress who has worked in South Indian film industries. She has acted mainly in Kannada films and also in Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu movies. The actress was born in the state of Andhra Pradesh in 1955.Her mother was Brundavan Chaudhary, a Telugu dubbing artist. While growing up, she saw renowned artists like Sivaji Ganesan The Honorable Mr. Ganesan was the second son in hi >> Read More... , NTR and MGR perform. She did a course in acting from the Chennai Film Institute. Soon after graduating from the acting school, the actress forayed into movies. Her first movie was Pelli Kani Pelli, which released in 1976. It was a Telugu movie directed by Adhiraj Anand Mohan. She played the lead along with Sridhar. She made her Kollywood, Mollywood and Sandalwood debut in the same year with the films Manmatha Leelai Click to look into! >> Read More... , Thulavarsham and Vijaya Vani respectively.

In Manmatha Leelai, Chaudhary was one of the leading ladies. The lead actor was Kamal Haasan Kamal Haasan is the most versatile actor that Indi >> Read More... . Her character’s name was Madhavi. The movie created uproar at the time of its release but is now considered one of the classics of the Tamil cinema. In Vijaya Vani, she played the second lead. In the coming years, Hema gave several hits and balanced her work the four industries. In Shubhashaya (1977), the actress played the antagonist. In 1981, the actress was part of the Telugu film Gaali Maathu. A novel of the same name inspired the movie. This was the movie that got the actress much-needed fame for her portrayal of a grey character. The movie turned out to be a massive hit. In 1984, the actress did a movie called Masanada Hoovu. Audiences as well as the critics lauded the movie. It went on to garner several Karnataka State Film Awards.

In a career spanning four decades, Hema did over 150 movies. Her most recent appearance was in the Kannada movie Ganga in 2015, a direction by Sai Prakash Sai Prakash aka Sai Reddy is a renowned film produ >> Read More... . Whenever Hema completes the shooting of any movie, she offers a silk sari in the Hindu Goddess temples all over the country. Hema is not just a great actress but is also an exceptional dancer. She has trained in Kuchipudi and has done more than 700 shows across the globe. She was awarded the Panorama Award for her excellent dancing prowess. Santhosham Awards celebrated her contribution to the South Indian cinema with the Lifetime Achievement Award. The actress was on the panel of the judging committee of the National Film Awards The National Film Awards gets presented every year >> Read More... three times.

Hitha Chandrashekar Kannada Actress

Hitha Chandrashekar

Hitha Chandrashekar is an actor. She was born in Bengaluru, Karnataka, and in India in the year 1987. She mainly works with the Tamil and Telugu Film Industry. She has Indian Nationality. She had associated with the film industry. She is an actor of versatile talent. She has worked with several artists. She works with the actors with versatile performance. She did multiple movie projects. Her father name is Sihi Kahi Chandru. Her mother name is Sihi Kahi Geetha. She is active in the film industry in the year 2017. She also works with the Kannada Cinema Industry. She did a course in acting with the Roshan Taneja School of acting. The school is in Mumbai, Maharastra, and in India. Her parents are also an actor. She has a younger sibling as a sister. Her name is Kushi Chandrashekar. Hitha's spouse name is Kiran Srinivas. She did two films so far and three are in pipeline. The list include of her films is ¼ Kg Preethi in the year 2017 in Kannada language, Yogi Duniya, Duniya 2, Onthara Bannagalu, and Thurthu Nirgamana in the Kannada language in the year 2018. She is doing Premier Padmini in the year 2019 in the Kannada language. She has also worked with the television. She is also a dancer by profession. She is the winner of dance reality show ‘Dancing Star Season 3' in the year 2016. This dance show has aired on the channel Colors Kannada. ¼ kg Preethi is her debut project as an actor. So, she has made her in the year 2017. She is also active on some social media as on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Her debut venture is Kaal kg Preethi. Its release date is March 3 and in the year 2017. It has genre romance, and drama. It's run time is two hours and twenty-two minutes. Cast and crew include in it are Murali, Karthik, Yogaraj Bhat, Deepak Doddera, Hitha Chandrashekar, Priya Himesh, Jayant Kaikini, and Vihan Gowda. AB Rajeev is the producer. Chethan Sosca is the music director. Satya Shaurya Sagar is the director. RK Shivakumar is the director of photography. MG Shankare Gowda is executive producer. Karun Maheshwar is still photographer. Satya Shaurya Sagar has also written the screenplay. Priya Himesh, Siddharth Belamannu, Deepak Doddera, Chethan Sosca, and Karthik have given their voice to tracks. Her upcoming project is Premier Padmini in the year 2019.

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Shobha Raghavendra

Shobha Raghavendra is an actress from Karnataka, who has acted in over a hundred movies, television dramas, and theatre and radio performances. Despite being a famous actress and a household name in Karnataka, she entered into the film industry unintentionally. In the 1970’s, two famous directors, TS Nagabharana and TS Ranga were looking for an actress to play the role of a villager in a movie called ‘Grahana’. Shobha’s friend recommended her to the directors. This was how Shobha got her start in the film industry. She is most popular for her role in ‘Manavanthara’. She has also acted in Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi films. She is an active member of the theatre and has been working for a theatre group called ‘Benaka’ for a long time now. Her other projects are ‘Mata’, ‘Janumada Jodi’ and ‘Nagamandala’. She has recently acted in the serial ‘Shirirasthu Shubhamastu’. Shobha is considered as one of the best villains in the Kannada film industry. She is known for stirring up the emotions of the audience through her amazing acting skills. In fact, she is so convincing in her acting skills that people are unable to differentiate her character in the real life from the characters that she portrays on screen. She won the Best Supporting Actress Award by the Madras Film Fans Association for her portrayal of a very cruel mother-in-law in the Tamil movie, ‘Ranjitha’. She has three children, two daughters and a son, who are also interested in the performing arts.

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Shobha Raghavendra Kannada Actress