Other names of Parvathy: Parvathy Thiruvoth Kottuvata, Parvathy T K, Parvathi, Parvathy, Parvati Menon, Parvathi Menon

Parvathi is an Indian actress and dubbing artist. Mainly, she is a Malayalam actress and has done a lot of Malayalam movies. She began her career as a Radio Programme Producer. She made her debut in the film industry with the movie, ‘Out Of Syllabus’. It was directed by renowned director Vishwanathan. He has given many great hits to the film industry. For many years, before she stepped in the film industry, she did a show on the radio where many celebrities were frequently interviewed. She is an actor, model, and an anchor as well. After doing the movie ‘Out Of Syllabus’, she did an ad film. After that, she was approached by Director Lijo Jose Pellissery for his next venture ‘ Double Barrel’. She had to work a lot for this film as she was given a lead role in it. For this movie, Parvathi had to cut her hair and get a mohawk hairstyle. She was paired opposite to actor Sherrin Varghese. She played the role of Lady Tarkov, who was a Russian gangster. Later she did a cameo in the movie ‘ Loham’ directed by Mohanlal. In the movie ‘Pathemari’ she played the role of sister of the main lead. Not only acting, but Parvathi is also known as a dubbing artist. She dubbed for several movies including films such as ‘Ushnena Ushnena Shanthi Krishna’, ‘ How Old Are You’ and ‘Kothara’. Parvathy received Filmfare Award for Best Tamil Actress for her Tamil movie ‘Poo’.

Critics said that the film ‘Poo’ was entirely Parvathi’s film and was massively appraised for her role in the film. In the year 2015, a Malayalam movie was released titled ‘ Ennu Ninte Moideen’ which was a tale of tragic love story. It was said to be the Best Romance Film in Malayalam. Her movie ‘ Bangalore Days’ was released in the year 2014 and was directed by Anjali Menon. It was a big success. Parvathi became a popular figure in no time and won several awards and bagged many nominations for her contribution to the Film Industry. In Vijay Awards, she was nominated for the Best Actress in a Leading Role for two of her movies, Poo and Maryan. In South Indian International Movie Awards, she was nominated for the Best Actress in the Supporting Role for her movie, City of God. She even bagged two Filmfare Awards and a nomination for the Best Actress in a Leading Role for her movie, Maryan. She won several other awards for her immense contribution to the ever-growing film industry.

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To become who she is and make a mark, Parvathy embarked on her journey in cinema in 2006 with a Malayalam film “Out of Syllabus” as a supporting actor. She was born in Kozhikode, Kerala to a lawyer couple. The family moved to Thiruvananthapuram where she completed her schooling. Besides being a graduate in BA English Literature, Parvathy is also a trained Bharatnatyam dancer. Before entering the cinema, she was a popular television anchor for Kiran TV in Thiruvananthapuram. In a decade, Parvathy starred in 16 movies. She did some movies as a supporting actress and some as a lead. To name a few, she has worked in multiple Malayalam movies such as Out of Syllabus (2006), City of Gods (2011), Bangalore Days (2014) and Ennu Ninte Moideen (2015). She has successfully made her mark in the Tamil film industry with the movies like Poo (2008) for which she won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil.

She also bagged Vijay Award for Best Debut Actress and Vikatan Award for Best Actress for the same. Apart from these, she bagged the Filmfare Award and Asianet Film Award Best Supporting Actress for Bangalore Days in 2014. Being as versatile as she is, Parvathy has had some luck in the Kannada film industry as well. She made her debut with Milana in 2007. She has so far worked in as many genres as one could think of, ranging from thriller to romantic Drama. She has worked with the lead actors as Dhanush and Puneeth Rajkumar. According to reports, Parvathy is known for being a perfectionist who likes to get into the character of the role she is to portray. To get every shot perfect, she learned how to swim for the underwater shots in Maryan, for which she won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress- Tamil in 2013.

It is said that she “makes optimal use" and "plays a rustic belle to the hilt in attire and expression, also getting the body language right” by The Hindu’s Malathi Rangarajan. With as many as 13 awards to her credit, we hope that she continues to create magic on screen with her forthcoming movies such as Bangalore Naatkal and Shivaranjiniyum Innum Sila Pengalum in this year. Over time, she has proved her existence in the industry.

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Born on April 7, 1988, in Kozhikode, Kerala, Parvathy is an Indian film performing artist, who predominantly works in South Indian movies. She is the daughter to T. K. Usha Kumari and P. Vinod Kumar, the two attorneys. She has a sibling named Karunakaran.During her tutoring years, her family shifted to Thiruvananthapuram, and she sought after her education there. She completed her primary studies from Kendriya Vidyalaya in Pangode. Parvathy is a Bharatanatyam artist. After getting her B.A. in English Literature degree from All Saints' College at Trivandrum in Kerala, she pursued after her M.A. degree with distance education.

She became popular TV host at Kiran TV, a music channel situated in Thiruvananthapuram. Parvathy debuted in acting with the Malayalam movie Out of Syllabus in 2006, depicting a supporting part as an undergrad. Her second project, RosshanAndrrews' motion picture Notebook, won media consideration because of its topic on adolescent pregnancy.​Parvathy showed up close by Mariya Roy and Roma Asrani as one of the three lead characters. She likewise acted in Sathyan Anthikkad's comic drama movie, Vinodayathra in 2007, assuming a supporting part nearby a group cast including Meera Jasmine, Dileep, and Mukesh.

Her first role as the female lead was in the Kannada motion picture Milana, which turned into a business accomplishment upon discharge. Blending close by Puneet Rajkumar, she was an unexpected determination for the movie and started working on the film in April of 2007.It won blended reviews, yet the Parvathy's part applauded. The film proceeded to end up a big business achievement, running at a multiplex in Bangalore for 500 days. She came back to the Malayalam cinema depicting the lead female part in Flash by Sibi Malayil with Indrajith and Mohanlal, and before discharge uncovered that she trusted the movie would give her way as a lead on-screen character in the business.

However, the motion picture flopped industrially and earned poor surveys on release. Parvathy worked in the Poo by Sasi in 2008 alongside Srikanth, depicting a youthful Tamil town young lady named Maari. She uncovered that she needed to do without twelve different offers to focus on the film, noticing that Sasi chose her after a fruitful audition.

The performer hence received the Filmfare grant as a Best Tamil Actress, while likewise acquiring different nominations and honors from a few other award juries, strikingly winning the Vijay grant for Best Debut Actress. In 2009, her solitary discharge was the Kannada movie, Male Barali ManjuIrali, coordinated by Vijayalakshmi Singh, where she voiced her part.​Parvathy acknowledged the project, which highlighted rookie technicians, inspired her the executive's content and uncovered she had diverted down a few offers from Tamil producers amid the period who needed to cast her in parts like her character from Poo. The motion picture won positive reviews.

Parvathy again collaborated with Puneet Rajkumar in the film Prithvi, which depended on the political circumstance in Karnataka. The director reserved Parvathy for the part when composing the content and her re-coordinated effort with Puneet after the achievement of Milana, developed by the media. The movie opened to positive surveys. She worked in the Malayalam film named City of God in 2011 coordinated by Lijo Jose Pellissery, opened to blended reviews.In spite of the business disappointment of the undertaking, Parvathy won rave surveys again by critics. Parvathy enjoyed a deliberate reprieve after the film's discharge, became choosier while considering scripts. Parvathy's first discharge in 2013 was the Kannada movie Andhar Bahar co-featuring Shivrajkumar, which recounted the account of the connection between a recently wedded criminal and his better half. She voiced with her role for the film once more.

The motion picture opened to great audits. She appeared next in the Tamil spine chiller movie, Chennaiyil Oru Naal in 2013, a remake of Malayalam film named Traffic. Parvathy won good reviews for her little part as Aditi. She then worked as a lead part in the drama Maryan by Bharat Bala with Dhanush.The executive noticed her execution in Poo and like this auditioned her for the role, with Parvathy taking note of the character was the best she played to date. Amid production, she got into the psyche of the character by working with fisherman, while likewise figuring out how to swim for submerged scenes.

The film discharged to consistently positive surveys and successful collection in June of 2013. In 2014, Parvathy acted in the movie named Bangalore Days coordinated by Anjali Menon, was a high business achievement, starring Isha Talwar, Dulquer Salmaan, Nithya Menen, Nivin Pauly, Nazriya Nazim, and Fahadh Faasil. Her execution as RJ Sarah was all around refreshing and she proceeded to win a few honors, including the Filmfare grant for Best Supporting Actress in Malayalam.In 2015, she showed up in the sentiment motion picture Ennu Ninte Moideen which portrayed the disastrous love story of Moideen and Kanchanamala which occurred in the 1960s in Mukkam, a riverside town in Kerala. Parvathy's execution acclaimed and financially. She went to win numerous honors most outstandingly her first Filmfare award as the Best Actress in Malayalam.

Parvathy is one of the establishing members from Women in Cinema Collective, the association for the welfare of ladies laborers of Malayalam motion picture industry. Her last arrival of 2015 was Charlie nearby Nedumudi Venu, Dulquer Salmaan, and Aparna Gopinath. The movie received total 8 awards from Kerala State Film as the Best Actress for both Ennu Ninte Moideen and Charlie.In 2016, Parvathy acted in the Bangalore Naatkal by Bommarillu Bhaskar, where she repeated her character, RJ Sarah, from the Malayalam film Bangalore Days. In 2017, Parvathy acted in the film Take Off by Mahesh Narayan starring Fahadh Faasil and Kunchacko Boban.

The movie screened at worldwide celebrations, including International Film Festival of Kerala and International Film Festival of India. The film kept running for more than 125 days in theaters. Parvathy's execution was exceptionally acclaimed.She proceeded to win IFFI Best Actor honor, turning into the ever Indian film Actress to win the silver peacock grant. She likewise won her first National Film Award as Special Mention and her second Kerala State Film Award as Best Actress. She debuted in Bollywood with Irrfan Khan in the motion picture Qarib Qarib Singlle.

Parvathy Jayaram

Ashwathy Kurup, popularly known as Parvathy Menon, was born to a couple in Kaviyoor, Thiruvalla. She was second of the three children. While she completed her primary education at the same school where her mother was a mathematics teacher, she graduated from NSS Hindu College, Changanacherry, with a Bachelors of Science and was a vivacious Mohiniyattam Dancer. It was here that she first got introduced to a camera. Though her first film was shelved, she made her debut at the age of 16 in 1986 with Vivahitare Itihile, directed by Balachandra Menon. With a short-lived career in the industry (1986-1993), Parvathy has 64 major and minor roles in Malayalam movies to her credit. It was during the shoot of her movie, Aparan that she first met her now husband, Jayaram. Since then, she and Jayaram had worked on multiple projects together until 7th of September 1992 when they tied the knot. Parvathy quit her career post marriage and dedicated her time to family. It was in an interview that she mentioned that she does not regret her decision of quitting cinema and also said that “If there is a good salary earned by the husband why should the wife work?". Today she resides in Tamil Nadu with her husband and two children- Kalidas and Malavika Jayaram. Kalidas Jayaram is a National Award winner for Best Child Actor for his work in Ente Veedu Appuvinteyum (2003) alongside his father. Even though she quit the silver screen more than a decade ago, Parvathy is remembered for her roles in Amrutham Gamaya (1987), Ponmuttayidunna Tharavu (1989), Vadakkunokkiyantram and Kireedam (1989). In an interview with The Times of Indian in 2013, the 45-year-old dancer said that she always gets nervous before a performance. Despite quitting the silver screen years ago, the elegant dancer continues to win more hearts while staying connected with her fans through her stage performances.

Parvathy Jayaram Malayalam Actress