Sujitha is a popular and successful television actress who acted in many hit Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam television serials and films since 1983. Some of her films created tremendous box office success and earned Sujitha to be critically acclaimed for her commendable acting performances. She was born and belongs to the highly educated and prestigious Keralite family from Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala. She spent her childhood in Chennai. Her parents are Malayali’s T.S Mani and Radha. Sujitha’s brother is ace and renowned film Director Surya Kiran who is married to famous South Indian film actress, Kalyani. Sujitha was married to Dhanush, an Ad Film Maker and they both settled in Pollachi. Her mother is a fanatic of Prem Nazir and Sheela’s duo, and it was her and Sujitha’s elder brother who encouraged her to enter the film industry.

Sujitha loved acting since her childhood and started her acting career at a very young age. She worked in more than 100 films and television shows in South Indian languages and also in Hindi. She first appeared in the film, Abbhas as the granddaughter of K. R. Vijaya when she was just 41 days old. She ventured in the South Indian film industry as a child artist since 1983. Sujitha first appeared in the Tamil film, Mundhanai Mudichu under the direction of K. Bhagyaraja. She was also featured as a child artist in films like Poovizhi Vasalile, Pasivadi Pranam, Hatya, Talli Tandrulu and Azhagan. Her first Malayalam film was Poovinu Puthiya Poonthennal in 1986. Sujitha’s first adult role was from the Tamil thriller film, Vaali in 1999.

As a grown up leading lady, actress Sujitha went to star in various hit and famous Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu movies such as Ival Draupadi, Wanted, Malsaram, Melvilasam Sariyanu, Ingane Oru ​Nilapakshi, Choonda and more. But it was Sujitha’s stint with the television and various serials she did, which was broadcasted on Gemini TV, Asianet TV, Sun TV, Zee Tamil, Mazhavil Manorama channels that made her more famous and popular. Sujitha’s first television serial was from Sun TV’s Kanavarukaaga as Sandhya. She got her fame with the role as Unnimaya in the mega hit Malayalam TV serial, Harichandanam on Asianet channel. Sujitha also appeared on Gemini TV serials like Kalisundam Raa, Kalavari Kodalu, Gangotri and Sundara Kanda. She was also in Maharani, Maruthani, Indira, Vilakku Vacha Nerathula, Mythili and Oru Kai Osai.

Sujitha received the Special Jury Award in Asianet Television Awards for her role in Harichandanam in 2011. 

 

 

Kavitha Nair Malayalam Actress

Kavitha Nair

Kavitha Nair is a popular Malayalam serial actress and an anchor. She was born in Kottayam and completed her schooling in Baker Memorial Girls High School, Kottayam. She was a shy and reserved girl; however her school played a vital role in grooming her. She participated in school and college programs during the youth festivals and won many awards. Acting became a part of her life. Based on her performances in the youth festival, she got her break as an anchor. She started her career during her 12th standard by anchoring the famous morning show, ‘Ponpulari’ of Surya TV. She got her 1st Serial, ‘Kaliveedu’ after anchoring for almost two years in ‘Ponpulari’. Kavitha also acted in two more serials: ‘Rahasyam’, where she did the character of an IPS officer for Asianet TV, and ‘Aparichitha’ for Doordarshan. Most of her viewers know her as a police officer. She also hosted award shows and had conducted interviews with celebrities from different channels. She did a film-based live show for Surya TV called ‘Ningalkkariyamo’ and ‘Gandharvasangeetham Grand Finale.' She has done small roles in the movie like Mambazhakkalam, which was directed by Joshy; Kurukshetra, which was directed by Major Ravi; and Mohanlal, in which she was the lead role. She was also seen in the movie Swapnasanchari, under the direction of Kamal, in the leading role. Recently she did a song scene for the movie "Hotel California" written by Anoop Menon and directed by Aji John. She has acted for a telefilm, 'Vadakakku Oru Hridayam,' by Padmarajan for Amrita TV. She also acted in a telefilm "For Hire," written by Anu Mohan and directed by Vishnu Raghav, from which she got a lot of positive reviews from her fans. Apart from being an actress, she is also a writer and was associated with a web magazine called ‘Kanikonna.' People loved and appreciated her writing, which gave her the inspiration to publish a book from which is a collection of short stories. Her ambition is to own a bookstall, and as of now she has a mini library out of her collection of favorite books. Her ambition is to do a film based show on her own. She is a passionate actress and very selective in choosing her roles. She wants to be famous as an actress and not as a police officer. Another Version of this bio... Kavitha Nair is a popular Indian anchor-turned-actress in the Malayalam film industry. She is also a television serial actress. She was hailed in Kottayam District, where she stayed together with her family. Kavitha likes to read and write poems. When she was asked about her ambition, she will usually say, she wanted to own a bookstore. She now has a mini library in her house, comprising of her collection of favorite books. At the age of 10 to 12, Kavitha was a very reserved kid. However, when she studied at Baker Memorial Girls High School in Kottayam, it changed her into a better young lady. She used to join in many dramas in school festivals and had won many accolades, which later led her to host the morning show, Ponpulari on Surya TV. She is also doing Plus Two back then. She was on her 12th grade at that time, but she took up the challenge and became a television presenter. Later, she was offered to replace an artist, who played as Menaka’s sister on Surya TV’s Kaliveedu. She enjoyed every moment of it and considered it as great luck. Though her parents were initially hesitant to take up TV serials since she was still a student at that time, she managed to convince them. After Kaliveedu, she appeared on Asianet TV’s Rahasyam as Priyamvadha, a police officer. She excelled in her performance and became a familiar face among the viewers. She was also seen in the television serial, Aparichitha on Doordarshan channel. Kavitha appeared on Amrita TV’s telefilm entitled Vadakakku Oru Hridayam. After her role as an IPS officer in Rahasyam, she received many offers to do police characters, but she declined it. She gets away from doing mega serials because she didn’t find it exciting and she doesn’t want to be typecast. She focused on anchoring for two years and hosted several award shows. Her last appearance was on the film-based live show entitled Ningalkkariyamo on Surya TV. Kavitha acted on the silver screen as well. However, she finds it hard to act on both platforms (TV and films). Director V.K. Prakash once told her to focus on either television or films. In 2004, she played as the wife of Baiju in the Malayalam family film, Mampazhakkalam. She was later seen in Kurukshethra in 2008 and Swapnasanchari in 2011. Kavitha made an appearance in the song Manjuthirum Ravinullil from Anoop Menon’s Malayalam comedy caper film, Hotel California in 2013. In the year 2014, she played as Sabira Usman, a cancer patient in the Malayalam medical thriller film, Apothecary. Kavitha is also a writer for Kanikonna, a web magazine. She is also working on her book, which is a collection of short stories. In 2012, she hosted the celebrity reality show, Nakshatradeepangal on Kairali TV.

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