Sarasa Balussery is a theatre artist and actress in the Indian Film Industry. She has more than fifty years of experience in performing arts and theatrics. She hailed from a financially weak family and had taken the responsibility of her four younger brothers and her father from an early age. She started doing plays to earn money for her family and later on found solace in them. She did her first play at the age of eighteen. The play had the title of ‘Hindusthan Humara Hai’ directed by Sri Ganesh Samiti. She was also part of the show Stage India in the city of Kozhikode. Sarasa was born in the year 1949 in Kozhikode, Kerala.

She performed a numerous number of plays in her life time. Ilayaraja Vengara’s play Chirananthanathitta is a play through which she gained a name in the theatrics and got appreciated by everyone for her stunning performance. She also performed in Vadakara Vanaadha, Vadakara Sabha, Sangeethathana, Kaviyakala, Angamali Anjali, Guruvayur Bandarayana, and many more. For her outstanding performance and contribution as an artist, she won the Natas Santha Thala Nataka prize in the year 1992 and again in 1994. With her priorities set, she moved towards the big town with new goals and aspirations. She debuted with the movie ‘I LOVE YOU’ by Chandra Kumar and played the character of Muhanlal’s mother.

It was the beginning of a new chapter in her life, so she forced all her energies into it. Sarasa came into highlight with the film Sudani from Nigeria, which was critically acclaimed and got a lot of good reviews from the critics. It got released in the year 2018. The movie got directed by the Director Zakaraya and had the star cast of Soubin Shahir, Samual Abirla Robinson, Aneesh G. Menon, KTC Abdullah, and Savithri Sreedharan. It was based on an African refugee camp and had a sports theme to the story. It was pure art in the form of a film, was the review by the critics.

Sarasa played the role well and received positive criticism from the audience and the director himself. She devoted her life towards acting and she lived it on her terms. The journey which started to earn a penny for her family gradually changed into passion, and the actress never looked back. She kept climbing the stairs of success and experimented and challenged herself on every level. She is a true inspiration for everyone and a real star in the Indian film industry.

Savithri Sreedharan Malayalam Actress

Savithri Sreedharan

Savithri Sridharan is an actor in the Malayalam Film Industry. She has devoted fifty-six precious years of her life to theatrics and acting and have acted in an uncountable number of plays in her whole life. She is the real inspiration to the youngsters who want to work in the theatre and create valuable and subtle content. Her life is a reflection of hard work, dedication and commitment for her dreams With crossing the age bar of seventy years, the talented actress started her journey at the early age of sixteen with theatrics. She started following her dreams from that time and always wished to make it to the big screen. She learned dancing to incorporate a plus point in her theatrical performances. She has done eminent plays like Chiranthana, Kalinga, and Sangaman and got good reviews on her acting in each one of them. Her acting is a spell bounded with expressions and real emotions that bound the audience and make them feel what the character is feeling. She also is the contender of the Sangeet Academy Awards, which is one of the prestigious awards in India. Savithri’s life changed with the film Sudani from Nigeria in the year 2018. It was the major hit of her career. Her character was as intriguing as the title sounds; she played a very prominent part in the movie with an African background. She predominately worked with her co-star Sarasa Balussery, and both gave fantastic performances. The film got directed by the Director Zakaraya and had the star cast of Soubin Shahir, Samual Abirla Robinson, Aneesh G. Menon, KTC Abdullah, and Sarasa Balursery. The theme had an African refugee camp in the centre and a sports theme surrounding the whole story. It was pure art in the form of a film, was the review by the critics. Savithri played the character well and got a lot of praises from the audience and the director himself. She was also part of the Malayalam Short Film ‘The Mango People’ which was a satirical hit on the lives of the innocent public. It got released in the year 2015 with Visha KAJJ Prabha and Nithya Sri in the lead roles. The film had the depiction of the ordeals faced by the oppressed and helpless mango people who doesn’t have much in their hands as they are manipulated by others. It was a punch to the society to understand them and give them what they truly deserve.

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