When contemplating a serial TV star, one cannot possibly shot the eyes against an outstanding actress in person of Sangeetha, one of  India’s TV actresss who was born into the family of Mr. Balan in Chennai in India. Suffice to say, Sangeetha’s grandfather originally was into film production and he was well very famous in this field, Mr. K. R. Balan must have inspired the screen goddess Sangeetha to have keen interest in acting in his hay days. It is on record that Sangeetha’s grandfather had successfully produced a total of about twenty Tamil films. Also her interest in acting led her to vie into a kind of Indian dance choreography called and popularly referred to as Bhanumathy. The filming activities and productions definitely runs in her family as information have it that her biological father too was involved at a certain point in time in film production.

Sangeetha's successful educational background can be traced back to the college she attended where she was one of the leaders of her generation, she was elected as the senior girl of St. John’s Besant Nagar where she carried out her educational studies during her youth.

Her acting profession commenced at the closing end of 1990s, she featured in the then yet to be released film titled; Poonjolai. This however was an amateur performance and a budding which then propelled her to a successful career. She appeared in another Telugu film title Khadgam in company of other artist in the year 2002. She was also a member of the cast in the award winning film – Pithamagan. She acted in a film called Uyir and her role as an obsessed lady lusting after her husband’s brother brough her to fame too. Her mind blowing role in the film called Kaalal and Films in Tamil such as Dganam earned her so much fame and commendation from the public. And meanwhile it was after then that she got married thereafter and it appeared she was settled for family life.

This commendable pedigree in the film industry earned her an exalted position as she was contracted as one of the judges in various competition platforms such as Vijay TV’s hit show Jodi No. 1 and many others. She is married to popular film playback singer namely Krish since February, 2009. It was a celebrity wedding that had the dignitary of the film industry in participation and the marriage was blessed with a baby girl in 2012.

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‘Sangeetha Krish’ is an actress as well as a model and a playback singer in the Indian film industry who started her acting career in the mid-nineties era. She was born in Chennai, India and her grandfather was also a producer of movies mainly in the Tamil movie segment. Her father has also been an individual who has produced several movies so it can be said that this ability runs in the family. In her young school days, she was educated at St. John's, Besant Nagar School where she was also the head girl of the school. Sangeetha started on her career as acting in the mid 90’s era where she initially only performed in movies which were of a low budget. The film ‘Khaadgam’ in the year 2002 greatly helped her to get a better standing in the industry. She also acted in films such as ‘Pithamagan’, then in ‘Uyir Kaalai’ and furthermore in ‘Dhanam’ as well. She also got married to, ‘Krish’ who was also a playback singer in 2009 on the first of February and this ceremony of marriage was held at the ‘Arunachaleshwarar Temple’ which is located in ‘Thiruvannamalai’. Many famous celebrities were present at this function to bless the couple with best wishes as well. They had their firstborn child, a daughter in the year 2012.

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Sangeetha Krish is a South Indian model, singer, and a renowned actress. She is popularly known as ‘Rasika’ in the Southern film industry. Movies like ‘Khadgam’, ‘Dhanam’, ‘Uyir’ and ‘Pithamagan’ are her best-known works till date. She made her debut in the film industry in mid-90’s. Her father’s name is Arvind and mother’s name is Bhanumathy. Her grandfather was K.R. Balan, who was a movie producer who produced more than 20 movies. Sangeetha was born in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. She was a popular figure in her school, St. John, Besant Nagar, and was the school head girl. In her school days, she learned a very popular dance form, Bharatnatyam.

Sangeetha initiated her career with low-budget movies. In 90’s she made her debut with an unreleased movie titled ‘Poonjolai’. Later, she worked in a big hit Telugu film ‘Khadgam’ starring opposite actor Ravi Teja. ‘Khadgam’ was released in the year 2002. Then came her movie, ‘Uyir’ which was not a big hit and she even appeared in the movie ‘Kaalai’. Before she got married, her last movie was ‘Dhanam’. This movie was a big hit among the masses.

On 1st February 2009, Sangeeta got married to renowned playback singer, Krish. He is a South Indian actor and singer. Initially, Krish entered film industry as a playback singer and later tried his luck in acting as well. They got married in the Thiruvannamalai in Tamil Nadu. Their wedding was attended by many film personalities. Sangeetha and Krish were blessed with a baby girl in the year 2012.

Apart from acting, modeling, and singing, Sangeetha was a judge in the show ‘Jodi No.1’ which was telecasted by Vijay TV. She acted as a judge in three seasons of this hit show ‘Jodi No.1’. In Vasantham Central Indian Dance Competition, ‘ Dhool’, which was held in Singapore in the year 2002, she appeared as a guest judge.

Radhika Sarathkumar Tamil Actress

Radhika Sarathkumar

Radhika is a famous actress in multiple of languages like Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, and Hindi. She is from Colombo, Sri Lanka. She did her education in different places like Sri Lanka, India, and the United Kingdom. Her father is a famous Tamil comedian actor, M. R. Radha, and her mother is Geetha Radha. She got married three times. She is now staying with Sharath Kumar at Chennai. She has a son and a daughter. After a successful stint on the big screen for about 15 year, in which she acted as the leading actress, Radhika started working on her small screen career as a producer. In 1994, she started a TV film production under her own banner, Radaan Mediaworks, in which she produced several TV serials hits, and also played a leading role in those serials. Her first TV serial was “Chitti”, which has 467 episodes. For her performance as a protagonist, she got overwhelming appreciations from the viewers. With the success of her first serial, she continued her journey of TV serial production and acting, and produced another serial called “Annamalai”, in which she played the main role. In both serials, she produced and acted. She paired with veteran Tamil actor, Sivakumar. In the TV serial, “Arasi”, she played a dual role as a mother role and daughter role, which is a sequel to the serial, ‘Selvi’. After concluding yet another long running serial (Chellmey - 845 episodes), under Radaan Mediaworks, she started production of a new serial titled “Vani Rani”, in which she is playing another dual role. Currently, she is acting in the serial, “No-23, Mahalakshmi Nivasam”, which she is also producing. She is playing a key role in a brand new serial titled “Puriyaamal Printhom”, which is being directed by Ganaish Raj, under her own production, Radaan Media works. Movies: Telugu: Billa Ranga, Dabbu Dabbu Dabbu, Trisulam, Abhimanyudu, etc. Tamil: Enga Ooru Rasathi, Ethir Veettu Jannal, Inikkum Ilamai, Ranga, etc. Malayalam: Koodum Thedi, Makan Ente Makan etc. Hindi: Hamare thumare, Naseeb Apna Apna, Asli Naqli etc. Kannada: Prachanda Kulla, Jeevana Chakra, Nagini etc. Serials: Pinni, Idhi Katha Kadu, Lakshmi, Jhansi, Vani Rani and Ammayi Kapuram. Another Version of this Bio... Radhika Sarathkumar (born Raadika) is a Tamil-Telugu cine and TV artist, producer and entrepreneur. She is the daughter of the late Tamil actor, Mohan R. Radha, and is the eldest of her siblings. Raadika or Radhika (as she is known) was born in Sri Lanka and studied in Sri Lanka, India and the UK. She was introduced into the Tamil cinema by the legendary, Bharathiraja, in the blockbuster, ‘Kizhakke Pogum Rail’, when she was just 16 years old. Inspite of her success, which of course had a lot of stumbles on the silverscreen, she decided to turn her attention towards TV serials. Radhika, married to Sarathkumar, another veteran in the Tamil cine industry and a leading politician, started her own production house ‘Radaan’, in 1994. Initially, the company stumbled in the field, and also her marital affairs were going down, which made a strong dent in her mind. She, however, bounced back with her production house under the banner ‘Radaan Mediaworks India Ltd’, by 1999. Since its alpha, Radhika has been Midas, with whatever she touching turning to gold. It has enormously grown to enter the Telugu and Hindi markets, and produce serials as well as movie. Radhika acted and produced the serial ‘Chithi’, which was aired on Sun TV for more than a decade, from 1999 to 2001. The grand success of this serial and her portrayal of Shakthi and Sharadha won her national plaudits, and it went on to be the most watched regional language television program in India with 467 episodes. She booked a spot in almost all the Tamil women’s hearts through these characters. The fame of being well recognised through her serials, more than through her movies, made her produce and star in her next serial, ‘Annamalai’. The veteran actor, Sivakumar, who played the role of her husband in the previous serial, played her brother this time. Needless to say, it was a grand success bringing both the producer-cum-actress and the telecaster to the biggest limelight. No Tamil family went to bed on weekdays without watching it. Newspapers began to praise her as the Queen of the Tamil TV industry. All credits to her untiring efforts with the support of her friends, Sripriya and Suhasini, who stood with her through thick and thin. The relish of two back to back successes made her produce her third starrer, ‘Selvi’, in which she played a normal woman, alongside Saritha, around whom the story revolves. It was another hit serial, which aired around 499 episodes. Her immediate serial was ‘Arasi’, which was a sequel to her previous one and all stuff that seemed boring in the previous one were evenly justified with an all new storyline and cast. Radhika then started ‘Chellamay’, which ended grandly with 845 episodes, and now, she is busy with ‘Vani Rani’, in which she plays a dual role. She has over 3 Filmfare awards, 1 Nandi award, 1 National award and 3 State awards for her movies. She is a frequent tweeter and says that she will not enter politics. Serials acted: Chithi, Annamalai, Selvi, Arasi, Chellamay, and Vani Rani. Movies acted: Over 101 movies. Another Version of this Bio... Raadhika Sarathkumar, an Indian TV and film actress, producer and also an entrepreneur was born on August 21, 1962, in Sri Lanka. She is the daughter of the actor and comedian, M.R. Radha and Geetha Radha. She studied in different countries like India, Sri Lanka and U.K. She is the sister of Raju, Mohan and Nirosha Radha, who are also in the film industry. After failing two times in marriage, she is presently married to Sarathkumar. She has two kids namely, Rahul and Rayanne Hardy. Tamil director, Bharathiraja, discovered Raadhika when she was 16. Her first appearance was in the film, Kizhakke Pogum Rail, in 1978. Then she started acting in many Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Hindi and Malayalam films. When Raadhika became successful in cinema, she ventured onto the small screen. Then, in 1994, she started producing her own TV serial from the Radaan TV Banner. After some delays, in 1999, her company was successfully developed and called as Radaan Mediaworks India Ltd, and in 2008, the company earned an annual income exceeding Rs. 10 crores. Radaan Mediaworks started in film production for Tamil, Telugu and Hindi markets. Raadhika played characters in various TV serials that were produced by her very own, Radaan Mediaworks. She played Sharadha and Shakti on the drama series, Chithi. The serial got massive appreciation from its viewers and throughout the Tamil world. Fresh from the fame of Chithi, she produced Annamalai, and played the main character. Raadhika acted in many films from 1978 to 2014. Some of her films are Niram Maaratha Pookkal, Hamare Tumhare, Bhama Rukmani, Indru Poi Naalai Vaa, Kirayi Rowdylu, Idi Pellantara, Pokkiri Raja, Ranga, Hero, Asli Naqli, Jeans, Himmatwala, Sarfarosh, Amarkalam, Prema Katha Sandamarutham, and Poojai, among others. She won the Filmfare Awards Best Telugu Actress and Best Tamil Actress, Nandi Awards, Best Supporting Actress, National Film Awards, Indira Gandhi Awards for Best Film Director and many more that add to the success and fame of Raadhika.



Saritha is a beautiful, sultry and captivating Indian screen goddess. She hails from the Southern part of India and her last known address is Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. She is actually a veteran in the film industry in which her participation took prominence from 1978 hitherto. Saritha has featured in over one hundred and forty (140) films in India in Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu dialects respectively. It was she who featured regularly in a TV serial entertainment show referred to as Selvi in the year 2005. Saritha’s journey into the make believe world commenced effectively from the period of 1978 to 1989.  In actual fact Saritha emanated from her first movie Maro Charithra. The film was based on emotional display that passed a message of love for tradition and of course it was more of a passion thing. Throughout her career she has participated more in Tamil films. She has premiered in various films such as Idi Katha Kaadu, Achamillai Achamillai, Thappu Thalangal, Vandichakkaram,Netrikan, Agni Sakshi, Puthukavithai and Kalyana Agathigal . Her character in the films which she interpreted very well in the film Vandichakkaram in 1980 and the 1984 Achamillai Achamillai  gave her the best tamil actress awards. She also featured in many other films of Telugu origin. Also in her kitty are films like Sujatha (1980) cancer relater film, Julie Ganapathi (2005). She also worked as a voice over actress.  In her family life, she got married to a fellow in the make believe profession named Mukesh in September 2nd 1988 and were blessed with two children named Shravan and Tejas Shravan. In 2007 their relationship ran sour and they got divorced, although information at our disposal is that one of the couple in person of Saritha herself withdrew the suit later and she is the one in custody of the product of the marriage. She has in her possession a huge achievement in the awards she has acquired during her lengthy career in the film industry which is quite commendable. Another Version Of Saritha: Saritha is a well known actress, in the Indian film industry. She was born in Andhra Pradesh in 1960. She was one among the best artists, discovered by the veteran director late ‘K. Balachandar’. She was introduced in ‘Maro Charitra’ opposite ‘Kamal Hassan’. The film was a big hit, and also was remade in Hindi with ‘Rati Agnihotri’, instead of Sarita. Sarita acted in almost all the south Indian films. She married Malayalam actor Mukesh in the year 1988 and has two sons ‘Shravan’ and ‘Tejas’. Sarita is very much popular for her facial expressions. She has won many awards for her excellent acting. She has acted in more than 140 films. She is a good voice artist too. She has rendered her sweet voice, to the popular actresses like Vijay Shanthi, Soundarya, Nagma, Madhavi and Ramya Krishnan. She bagged the “Nandi Award for the Best Dubbing Artist” for the film ‘Maa Aayana Bangaram’ in the year 1997. She was also awarded again for dubbing Soundarya in, ‘Anthapuram’ in the year 1999. Sarita is famous for her roles in Sujatha and Julie Ganapathy. She shaved her head for the film ‘Sujatha’ and gained lots of weight for the film, ‘Julie Ganapathy’. That is why, she is being adored by the south Indian audiences as the Best actress ever.

Saritha Tamil Actress