Suhasini R. Naidu, more popularly known by her screen name ”Sneha” is a south Indian actress who works in the Tamil and Malayalam Film Industry.
She was born on the 12th of October, 1981, to parents Rajaram Naidu and Padmavathy Rajaram. She began her career in the year 2000, debuting in the Malayalam film Ingane Oru Nilapakshi where she played the role of an aspiring dancer, where she performed for 7 classical songs. Her first commercial hit was the 2001 movie Aanandham, a family drama by the hugely successful director N. Linguswamy.
Due to her appearance in several commercially successful movies in the 2000’s, she has become one of the most contemporary lead actresses in the Tamil movie industry. Her debut in Kollywood was in the movie Ennavale where she played the lead role opposite R Madhavan. She made her debut in Tollywood with the movie Priyamaina Neeku in 2001 which was also a box office hit, followed by Tholi Valapu.
She has shared screen space with some of the top actors in South India including Kamal Haasan Kamal Haasan is the most versatile actor that Indi >> Read More... Kamal Haasan , Rajinikanth, Ajith, Vikram, Vijay, Suriya, Simba, Balakrishna, Ravi Teja Ravi Teja is the popular Telugu hero, whose birth >> Read More... Ravi Teja & Nagarjuna. Her work in Tollywood has given her several compliments, including those where she is considered the next Soundarya.
She also played a major role in the 2002 mega-hit Hanuman Junction apart from roles in King, and Virumbugiren where she played the role of a rustic village belle, and the movie went on to win several awards, including the Best Actress for Sneha.
She has won the Best Supporting Actress award in the Filmfare Awards in 2002 for her supporting role in Unnai Ninaithu.  She is also the recipient of the Tamil Nadu State Film Award – Best Actress category, first for her role in Aanandham, Punnagai Desam and Virumbugiren in 2001, and later in 2008 for Pirivom Santhippom.
Her role in the Telugu hit Radha Gopalam Click to look into! >> Read More... Radha Gopalam also won her the Nandi Special Jury Award – Telugu, apart from several other awards and accolades.
She has also hosted different shows on the Tamil channel networks, including judging the Jodi Number One show, Season 5 on Star Vijay in 2011; and hosting the Melam Kottu Thali Kattu, Seasons One & Two in 2014 on the Puthuyugam TV channel.
Her hit movie includes the 2000 Tamil movie Ennavale, where she won several awards in the Debut Actress Category.
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Sneha is an Indian actor. She was born on October 12, and the year 1981. She was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Her other name is Suhasini Rajaram. Her father name is Rajaram Naidu. Her mother's name is PadmawathyRajaram. She is also a promotional model by profession. Her spouse name is Prasanna. Marriage year for them is May 11 and in the year 2012. She has a son. Her son's name is Vihaan. He was born in the year 2015.

She was active in the industry since 2000. She mainly works for Telugu film industry. She has four siblings. She is the youngest children in her family. After the birth of Sneha, his family shifted the place from Mumbai to Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. She did her schooling from the Sharjah High school. After some time the family return to Panruti, Cuddalore district, Tamil Nadu, India. She has a marriage hall.

The marriage hall name is Sneha Mahale, Panruti. The marriage located in the Chennai-Kumbakonam highway in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. She did her appearance first time in the year 2009 with Prasanna in the movie ‘Achchamundu! Achachamundu'. She did movie InganeOruNilapakshi in the year 2000. In this movie, Sneha plays the role of an aspiring dancer. Her first release was movies Ennavale. Madhwan plays the role of her opposite.

After that, she appears in Aanandham. It is a family drama movie. The director of this movie is N. Linguswamy. She did a project in a year last is PriyamainaNeeku and TholiValapu for Telugu Cinema. Sneha did the filmVirumbugiren in the year December 2002. She is a winner of Tail Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress. Sneha did films like Vaseegara and Vijay in the year 2003. She also did a double role for the movie ParthibanKanavu.

She did various movies in the year 2004 Jana, Bose, Adhu, Vasool Raja MBBS, Kamal Hassan, Venky, and Autograph. She did the role of a commercial sex worker in the movie Pudhupettai. Dhanush is another actor in this movie. The director of the movie is Selvaraghavan. She did her debut in Kannada Film Industry with the film Ravi Shastri Ravi Shastri born as Ravishankar Jayadritha Shastr >> Read More... Ravi Shastri . She did NaanAvanillai in the year 2007. She did KaruPazhaniappan in the year 2008. The movie co-starred with Cheran. Her Bollywood debut is for the film Mad Mad. The co-star is actors Naseeruddin Shah Naseeruddin Shah is an experimental actor and asso >> Read More... Naseeruddin Shah , and Ayesha Takia.

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Sneha Naidu Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Sneha Naidu is an Indian film actress, popular amongst the regional audience for her work in movies like Bhavani IPS (2011), Haridas (2013), Un Samyal Arayil (2014), Gopalam (2005), etc. Mostly known for her major involvement in Telugu short films, TV shows, and Tollywood movies, Sneha has often been admired by the critics and spectators for her expressions and spontaneity on the screen.

Born on 12th October 1981, she has been a part of the South Indian film industry for more than fifteen years now. In 2000, Sneha made her first portentous contribution on the silver screen with the film Priyamania Neeku (2001). Since then, Sneha has improved a lot. 

Rohini Tamil Actress


Rohini is a multi-talented South Indian actress, director, and lyricist. She mainly appears in Tamil and Malayalam movies. She started her acting career at the age of 5. Rohini came into the film industry because of her father's keen interest in cinema. Her father Apparao Naidu wanted to become an actor and he approached the director of Yashoda Krishna movie, but the director needed a child artist for doing the role of Krishna. Finally, his eyes fell on the small 5-year-old girl, and she became Krishna. The little Rohini didn’t like the film sets she liked to go to school and continue her education. But her father told her that she is destined to be an actor and could continue the studies privately. Later Little Rohini, who once hated the film sets, was flying from one set to another. Her career as an actress bloomed after the movie ‘Stri’. She received National Film Award and Andhra Pradesh state award for the category of Best Actress. She completed almost 130 movies as an actress. She has appeared in almost all the south Indian languages. Rohini was married to the famous actor ‘Raghuvaran’ in 1996 and the couple got separated in 2004. They have one son. Her entry to the dubbing field was also a sudden decision. She dubbed for famous directors. In Mani Ratnam's movies, she gave voice for Aishwarya Rai Bachchan in ‘Raavanan’, Jyothika Saravanan in Vettaiyadu Villaiyadu, Manisha Koirala in ‘Bombay’ etc. She also dubbed for Girija Shettar in ‘Geethanjali’ an evergreen hit romantic movie. She has written lyrics for 2 movies Pachaikili Muthucharam and Maalai Pozhudhin Mayakathilaey. Silent hues was her first directorial venture. It was a documentary on child artists in film field. She featured in the interview with child artists and their family. It’s a 50 minute documentary. The second one she directed was Appavin Meesai. She also hosted a live talk show on Vijay TV "Kelvigal Aayiram" in 2003. She started writing scripts for TV serials and hosted many programs. Azhagiya Tamizh Magal (Kalaignar TV), Kelvigal Aayiram (Vijay TV), Kelvigal Neram (Vendhar TV). Another version of this Bio... Rohini is a south Indian actress who is highly talented and has worked in 130 South Indian movies. She displayed her talent and professionalism right from her childhood days. She has been acting right since she was five. Her first film was ‘ Bhakta Kannappa’ (1976). Later, she performed in three or four movies as a child artiste in Telugu films. Even though her success graph in Kollywood and Mollywood is highly commendable one, she was one of the busiest actresses in the industry during the 1980s. While her role in film like ‘Stri’ (Telugu film) is particularly famous and she has won even as a special mention in National Film Award. She also has acted in a couple of Tamil and many Malayalam movies. Slowly she has been even a successful writer, lyricist, activist, director and even a TV host too. Rohini was born on 15 December 1968 in Andhra Pradesh. Rohini also gave her voiceover for the entire dubbing of few actresses films such as Jyothika Saravanan for film ‘Vettaiyadu Villaiyadu’, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan for films like ‘ Iruvar’ and ‘ Raavanan’, Manisha Koirala for a film like ‘Bombay’ etc. She was actress Girija Shettar’s voice, and dubbed for her for film ‘Geethanjali’ that was made by Mani Ratnam. She also forayed into small screen as a writer. It was way in 1996 when she took up writing serials for TV seriously. This actress became an actor by chance. Her father Apparao Naidu always felt that she could shine like a star, and he introduced Rohini to the director who was making the mythological film ‘Yashoda Krishna,' where she played the role of child Krishna. The film was a huge hit and despite the fact that she did not want to go to shooting spots, her father encouraged her and felt she was lucky and talented to grow up as an actor. She did her education from home in private and completed her MA course in correspondence. She had the best opportunity to act and shine as an actress in many Malayalam movies under talented directors of Mollywood such as ‘Padmarajan’, Sibi Malayil, Sidharth Bharathan, K S Sethumadhavan. She was an anchor for Raj TV’s show that was titled as Rohini’s Box Office in which she reviewed the latest releases of Kollywood. Also, she hosted the live talk show ‘Kelvigal Aayiram’ for Vijay TV. Plus, she was also a narrator of a Tamil program ‘Azhagiya Tamizh Magal’ that was aired on Kalaignar TV. Her noteworthy movie project ‘Appavin Meesai’ is still to see the light of the day. After 2012, she stepped into essaying character roles in Tamil movies. In 2015, she appeared in a movie named ‘Baahubali: The Beginning’, where she played the role of Shivudu's mother. Her film ‘Nenu Sailaja’ starring Ram Pothineni and Keerthy Suresh in lead roles was released in January 2016. She got married to famous actor Raghuvaran in 1996 and had been separated in 2004. They have a son named Rishi Varan, who was born to the couple in 1998. Another Version Of Rohini: Rohini a south Indian artist entered the world of acting at a tender age of five. She was born on 15 December 1968. She had her childhood in Chennai where her dad was a panchayat officer. At the age of five, she lost her mother. Her father had a dream of becoming an actor but he fulfilled his dream through his daughter. She was a child artist. In 1976, she enacted in her first Telugu movie ‘Yashoda Krishna’. She also became a scriptwriter for a TV series in 1996.In 1996, she got married to Raghuvaran and after two years the couple cherished the happiness of having a baby boy. He was named Rishivaran. But the marriage couldn’t work for long and they had a separation. She was a host of a talk show on TV called ‘Kelvigal Aayiram’. She was a dubbing artist for many Mani Ratnam films. Actresses like Aishwarya and Manisha Koirala were dubbed by her. She did television as an actor, a screenplay writer, director and lyricist. She also directed two films. One of them was a documentary film, ‘Silent Hues’ and the other one was ‘Appavin Meesai’. She was a lyricist and playback singer for some films. She sang a playback score for film ‘Paattu Vathiyar’. She made a debut as the lyricist in 2007 with the film Pachaikili Muthucharam. In 2012, she wrote lyrics of all the songs in Maalai Pozhudhin Mayakathilaey. She got recognition of her work when she got a National film award in 1995. Rohini worked as a social activist. She directed some short films to create awareness about aids.



Srividya was a versatile actress who balanced her position well in Tamil and Malayalam movies. She is the daughter of M. L. Vasantha Kumari, the popular carnatic vocalist. Her father Krishnamoorthy was an actor and he quit acting after he was diseased by some skin issues. Srividya made her debut as a child artist in the film Thiruvarutchelvar, which had Chevalier Sivaji Ganesan as the lead. She danced in the Malayalam film Kumarasambhavam at her young age and also entered the Telugu film industry. Srividya’s bigger breakthrough was through the Tamil movie Nootrukku Nooru, in which Jaishankar and Lakshmi did the lead roles. Srividya had her character as a student, who loves her professor madly. Delhi to Madras is her first film as a solo heroine, in which she paired Jaishankar. She had lots of hit films, among which the film Apoorva Raagangal directed by K. Balachander was a notable one. In that film she acted as the middle aged lady, who is loved by a youngster. That is the first film for Rajini Kanth, in which she paired him. As Srividya is from the family of carnatic legends, she had many offers to sing for films. She did only a few songs in Malayalam and Tamil, among which Sunday Bazaar song in the film Amaran is the only Tamil song sung by her. Srividya’s last film is London directed by Sundar C and acted by Prashanth and Pandiyarajan. Srividya’s marriage with George Thomas lasted only for four years. Srividya had her last breathe in the year 2006. She suffered from spine cancer and lived finally at Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Another version Of Bio: Born on July 24, 1953, in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, Srividya, otherwise called Sreevidya, was an Indian film on-screen character who showed up in films of various cinemas such as Kannada, Malayalam, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu for a long time. She was the daughter of M. L. Vasanthakumari, a Carnatic classical vocalist and Krishnamurthy, a Tamil comedian. Sreevidya had a brother named Sankararaman. Due to financial conditions, she began acting at a very early age. Srividya propelled her vocation as a child actor in the Tamil movie named Thiruvarutchelvar with on-screen character Sivaji Ganesan in 1966. Later, she debuted in Malayalam motion pictures Kumara Sambhavam coordinated by P.Subramanyan in a dance part in 1967 and 1972 Telugu movie Tata Manavadu by Dasari Narayana Rao. However, her first real part was in the Tamil movie Nootrukku Nooru in 1971, directed by K. Balachander. Her first film as the female lead was Delhi to Madras in 1972, where she worked opposite Jaishankar. In the mid-1970s, she got busy in the Tamil cinema. She acted in motion pictures such as Velli Vizha, Apoorva Raagangal and Sollathaan Ninaikkiren, all coordinated by K. Balachander. Sreevidya was superstar Rajinikanth's first female lead in Apoorva Raagangal in 1975. She began working in Malayalam films in 1969. Her first motion picture was with Sathyan named Chattambikkavalaby N.Sankaran Nair. She captured the attention of the audience in Chenda by A. Vincent. Among the south Indian dialect films she acted in, the highest number of motion pictures in Malayalam from the year 1969 to 2003. Her part as Amba from the mythological story adaptation from the Mahabarath, Amba Ambika Ambalika in 1976 got her appreciation. Srividya was a playback vocalist also. She first sang for movies in the Tamil film Amaran and after that for Malayalam motion picture Ayalathe Sundari. She later sang in a few movies such as Nakshathratharattu and Oru Painkilikkadha. She was a classical singer too. She sang in events such as the Soorya Festival. Sree vidya won many honors and grants for her work in south Indian cinema such as Filmfare Award thrice, Tamil Nadu State Film honor twice, Kerala State Film Award five times and Kerala State Television grant once. Srividya acted with Kamal Haasan in Apoorva Raagangal that changed her life. In the movie, she portrays the role of as an admirer of actor Kamal Haasan. Sree vidya fell in love with Kamal Haasan amid the production of the motion picture. They had the help of their families, however, they separated. Their relationship was the motivation of a Malayalam movie Thirakkatha discharged in 2008. In 1976, she married George Thomas, an assistant director of her motion picture Teekkanal but didn’t last long and ended up in divorce. After returning to the acting post-divorce, she fell in love with Bharathan, the director of her movies but the affair didn’t last either. Later, she settled in Thiruvananthapuram. In 2003, she experienced a biopsy test following physical issues and tested positive for spine disease. She took treatment for a long time. Two months previously her passing on 19 October of 2006, Ms.Srividya executed a will and endowed Mr. Ganesh Kumar, cine performing artist and MLA. She asked him to enroll a magnanimous society to establish music and dance school for productive students who couldn't get sufficient open doors because of the absence of cash or to give away grant to such understudies to proceed with their examinations and to stretch out money related help to meriting debilitated artistes. Another Version of Bio. Srividya was an Indian actress who worked mainly in the South film industry. She was a leading South Indian movie actress of the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s. Srividya also happened to be a good singer. In the later part of her career, she focused on Malayalam films. Her brilliant acting as a mother in many films was highly appreciated. Her personal life was full of unpleasant events, but she never got depressed and moved on with her life. Srividya was born on July 24th, 1953, at Chennai, Tamil Nadu, to a Tamil movie industry comedian Krishnamurthy and classical singer ML Vasanthkumari. Her father stopped acting in the same-year Srividya was born because of a disease that affected his facial muscles. Her family faced a financial crisis. Her mother had to work for long hours to meet the family's financial needs. Srividya once reportedly told that her mother didn't even get the time to breastfeed her. At the time when her parent's marriage faced problems because of financial difficulties, Srividya's youth was affected. She received a marriage proposal from a US-based scientist, but the marriage did not take place due to the financial problems faced by her family. Srividya started her career in Malayalam films with a dance part in Kumarasambavam, directed by P Subrahmanyan. Srividya got public attention in Chenda, directed by A. Vincent. Julie fame Lakshmi was her close friend. In the mid-1970s, Srividya became involved in the Tamil film industry. She appeared in movies such as Sollathan Ninakkiren and Apoorva Raagangal, directed by K Balachander. The movie Apoorva Raagangal (1975), in which she featured opposite the then-rising stars and now superstars of Tamil films, Rajinikanth and Kamal Haasan, ultimately changed her life. In the movie, she appeared as the wife of Rajinikanth and as the lover of Kamal Haasan. She got in love with Kamal Haasan during the shooting of the film. They both had the support of their respective families, but they broke up. Later, Srividya fell in love with George Thomas, assistant director of her Malayalam film Teekanal. She married Thomas on January 9th, 1978, despite opposition from her family. As Thomas wished, she was baptized before the marriage takes place. She wanted to live as a housewife but had to return to acting, when Thomas forced her due to financial issues. She soon realized that she made a wrong decision of marrying Thomas. Her family life became tragic, and the marriage ended in a divorce. It got followed by a very long legal battle to settle the financial interest between the two. The issue went up to the Supreme Court of India, where Srividya won the case. After the divorce, she moved from Chennai and settled in Trivandrum. Srividya was a good singer too and sang her first song for the Malayalam film Ayalathe Sundari. She later did singing in several other movies, such as Oru Painkilikkadha. Srividya was an expert classical vocalist as well. Srividya's later career known for her iconic mother roles, the most popular of which was probably in Thalapathi (1991), which was directed by Manirathnam, in which she appeared as the mother of Rajinikanth, who acted as her husband in Apoorva Ragangal. On October 31st, 1990, Srividya's mother, ML Vasanthakumari, died, which depressed her. She later started acting in Malayalam and Tamil TV serials. She featured in the super-hit Malayalam serials like Swapnam. In 2003, she has undergone a biopsy test due to physical problems and was found positive for breast cancer. She has undergone treatment for three years. In October 2006, she has undergone chemotherapy, but cancer had already developed throughout her body. On October 19th, 2006, she passed away. Another Version Of Bio... Sri Vidya was an Indian film actress, remembered by the regional audience for her work in movies like Daivathine Vikrithikal, Rachana, Irakal, Ennennum Kannettane, Edavazhiliye Poocha Minda Poocha, etc. Mostly known for her major involvement in Malayali and Tamil short films, TV shows, and Mollywood movies, Vidya had won the Kerala state award for the best actress on four different occasions. Born on 24th July 1953, Madras, Tamil Nadu to Carnatic classical singer M.L. Vasanthakumari and Tamil comedian Krishnamurthy, she debuted at a very young age amidst the financial problems in her family. In 1966, Vidya made her debut as a child artist in the film Thiruvarutchelvar, which featured the legendary actor Sivaji Ganesan. As a lead actress, her first portentous contribution in the film industry came in 1972, through the film Delhi to Madras.  Apart from her acting, Vidya was also known for her skills as a playback singer. Throughout her career, she was involved in the music tracks of many films like Oru Painkillkkadha, Njangalude Kochu Doctor, Rathilayam, Nakshathratharattu, etc. Relationships and marriages were something that never worked out for Vidya. She was married to Geroge Thomas, but the marriage eventually failed and they filed for a divorce, which took a lot of time to settle, especially the financial issues.  On 19th October 2006, she lost her life to a spine cancer.

Sreevidya Tamil Actress