Shobana Shobana was a popular Tamil television actress, st >> Read More... Chandrakumar Pillai known by the short name 'Shobana' is a well renowned Bharatnatyam artist and film actress. She is proficient in several languages such as English, Hindi, Telugu, Malayalam, and Tamil and worked in 200 such films. For her phenomenal performance in 1993's 'Manichitrathazhu' and 2001's 'Mitr, My Friend', she won two National Film Award for Best Actress. The first film is a Malayalam psychological horror film based on cataclysm happened in Alummoottil Tharavadu, which is a famous Travancore family. The film turned out to be one of the most successful films in Alummoottil Tharavadu, which is a famous Travancore family. The film turned out to be one of the most successful films in Malayalam film industry. And many remakes were made in several languages. One such is Akshay Kumar's 'Bhool Bhulaiya'. In 2001, Revathi's 'Mitr, My Friend' was one of its kinds since it's script was English partly directed in U.S. and India and all the crew were the woman.

The film portrays Shobana marrying to a software engineer Prithvi based in California. After their marriage, they settle in California where Lakshmi finds difficult to cope up with the surrounding and existing culture. Anyhow, the couple manages and within their year of marriage, they are blessed with a daughter named Divya. Fast forwarding to 17 years, Divya is in her adolescent and free-spirited girl. Thus the tension between mother-daughter increases and leads to quarrels. Prithvi understands both the sides of life. The film takes the turn when Lakshmi ends up making an online friend named 'mitr' and shares her concern. In return, she was advised to give some space and explore her interest despite becoming too committed to the family.

However when Lakshmi tries to cope up with the culture and decides to give some space to her daughter. At last, the story takes an astonishing climax when Lakshmi urges her online friend mitr to meet her in person at the Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco. It turns out that his friend is none other than Prithvi. Due to her dedicated efforts in the field of classical dance and arts, she was awarded ‘Padma Shri’ by the Indian Government. She was also given 'Kala Ratna' Award in 2014 by the Kerala Government.

Shobha Mohan Malayalam Actress

Shobha Mohan

Shobha Mohan, the graceful actress of Malayalam movies, has marked her presence in numerous films. Character role gets first preference to her. She was born to the well-known late actor Kottarakara Sreedharan Nair, who won two Kerala state film awards in 1969 & 1970. Sreedharan is still remembered till date for his role as Chempankunju in the National Award winning movie Chemmeen directed by Ramu Kariat. Malayalam actor Saikumar is her brother. Contents • Biography Shobha Mohan set her foot in this mortal world in Kottarakkara to the veteran actor Sreedhar Nayar & Vijaya Lakshmi. In 1982, she cast her appearance for the first time in the movie “Balloon" as the lead actress. She tied the knot to Malayalam theater actor Mohan Kumar on 5th November 1984. They had two sons who also opted to be an actor like their mother. Alongside movies, she was also cast in dramas. • Filmography Some of her imprinted work in movies are as follows: In 1965, she earned popularity & positive feedbacks in the form of a child artist in Thommante Makkal movie. Under Lal Jose's direction in 2006, “Classmates" hit the theaters, the film got a 7.9 rating from IMDb. The plot signifies a group of classmates in college who arranged a reunion after ten years that suffers a weird & confused situation. Friendship undergoes cracks, love gets a look into & secrets from the past gets into the spotlight. Shobha Mohan performed te role of “Lakshmi " in the film granting huge hits in its favor. Some of her notable films are Cycle, which was directed by Johny Antony & produced by Thilakan Thandasseri, Sunny Kuruvilla & Viswanathan Nair. She played a role featuring Roy’s mother in the film & it hit the screens on 16th February 2008. In Ulakam Chuttum Valiban, she acted as Madhaviyamma, which released on 9 September 2011. Raj Babu, the director, cast Sayaram in the lead for the role of Jaya Sankar. For 7th day, she portrayed herself as Vinu's mother..the film was a crime thriller under directions of Syamdhar & was released on 12 April 2014. Other Works She appeared in various Tv Serials & advertisements.The Series Choodu gave her the opportunity to act brilliantly & win the Kerala State Television Award for Best Second Actress for her performance.Surya TV has her recent television show entitled as “Sivakami”.

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Soja Jolly

Soja Jolly is a VJ turned actress from Kerala, India. She was born on 20 June 1994 in Thrissur, Kerala. She is a Computer Science student in Prajyoti Niketan College, Thrissur (Currently). She is a trained dancer. Though she has two younger siblings, she follows some aspects as Obedience and Punctuality. The only reason she came into filming is by her father’s wish to see her as an Actress. Soja was a bit popular even before she entered the cinema. This name must surrender to Kairali Tv, where she was an anchor about four years in the particular program, ‘Dew Drops’. Her passion was dance, which knotted her with dedication and that was the thing she considered much. She started dance at very young age and has learned various types of classical and contemporary dance forms. But she was specialized in Kathakali and has won ‘Kalathilakam’ title continuously for four years. And now, She is preparing in the stream of Karate. Her very first movie, “Matinee” gave her a big gate of success in the entry. In that film, the song “Malabarin Thaalamai”, an impressive appearance she made throughout this song which was a great hit made her earn a huge fan. Her next movie was, “SIM” (Sorry I am Mad) where she got a powerful character. Her third release was “Sound Thoma”, and Soja got a prominent role to express her talent. These doors opened up many opportunities. After these movies, She committed another Malayalam project, “Koottathil Oral” in which she did the character name ‘Vismaya’, a strong and powerful character in which she was much attached to her father. She got support from family audiences as an anchor and this project helped in sustaining her position in the hearts of Malayalis. Her upcoming project is “Kanchi” directed by Krishna Kumar. Hope this gets all success for her career and dreams.

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Soja Jolly Malayalam Actress