Madhumitha is a south Indian actress who predominantly acted in Tamil and Telugu films only since her debut in 2002. When she was pursuing her studies, it was director Muppalaneni Shiva who had spotted her during a college cultural programme, and had signed her in a film ‘Sandhade Sandhadi’ which was a hit.
Initially, she played supporting roles in Telugu film and later got chances to play a few lead roles. Her second film in Telugu ‘Puttintiki Ra Chelli’ with Arjun, ran for 275 days and got her noticed as an actress. When she was riding on her success in Telugu films, she was signed for Parthiban’s ‘Kudaikul Mazhai’ which was an average success.
Director Ezhil had cast her in ‘Amudhae’ which too did not do well. Then came ‘Englishkaaran’, ’Naalai’ and ‘Aanivaer’. She got busy with more Tamil films and got a better opportunity in films like ‘Arai Enn 305il Kadavul’,’
’ etc. After her debut in Tamil cinema, she even acted in one Malayalam and Kannada movie.
Madhumitha was a busy actress in Tamil cinema, and it is said that she refused to be part of many meaningless films and had rejected over 15 films after her Tamil film ‘Kudaikul Mazhai’ got released. In 2009, she tied her knot with
who was her co-star in her film’ Englishkaran’. Siva Balaji earned a good name and shot to fame with the Telugu film '
The couple has two sons. After her marriage, she did act in few films in Tamil and Telugu. She was recently seen in films like ‘
Maine Pyar Kiya
’ and ‘Bhale Bhale Magadivoy’. Madhumita was born in Hyderabad on 20 August 1984. Although she is working in Tamil films now too, Hyderabad is her base still. The actress also did modeling in her college days and was always a straight-forward but soft-spoken homely girl.
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Swapna Madhuri (Madhumitha) was born on 20 August 1984, is a South Indian actress. Madhumitha did her starting movies under her birth name Swapna Madhuri with Telugu film named
(2002) doing a crucial supporting role.
During her struggling days, she did many supporting roles in a couple of Telugu films. She then got commenced to the Tamil film industry by R. Parthiban in his film Kudaikul Mazhai (2004), enacting the leading role and changing her screen name to Madhumitha, named after her character on screen.
Eventually, The film wasn't a major success even though Madhumitha received several offers from Tamil directors for lead roles. One of the films in which she played the role was 'Englishkaran' (2005). She got the appreciation for her performance in Englishkaran. Review by India glitz.com quoted, "Madhumitha dominates the film. Her next release was, 'Naalai' (2006), which, however, did not bring her any recognition.
She then did a Tamil independent film Aanivaer in 2007, A film about the Sri Lankan Civil War, in which she rectified the role of a journalist. The film got released in many Western Tamil regions, she became widely noticed by the Tamil audience and was appreciated.
In 2008, she appeared in the Tamil comedy film Arai En 305- il Kadavul. She also did 'Yogi' with her co-actor Ameer Sultan. Her performance was decisively praised. While she was active in her acting career, She got married to her boyfriend, Shiva Balaji. Shiva Balaji co-actor in her film Englishkaran. Their engagement was on 21 August 2008 in Hyderabad. They have two sons, Dhanvin, and Gagan.
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Madhumita is an Indian actress who was born on August 20, 1984, in Hyderabad, India. She appeared in films in South Indian Industries, often in Tamil and Telugu films. When she started her acting career, she first used her birth name Swapna Madhuri. By the year 2002, she first appeared in Telugu Film, “Sandade Sandadi” performing a key supporting role. She played supporting roles in a couple of Telugu films like “Manmadhudu (2002)” along with
. She also portrayed in other movies with supporting roles such as “Ammailu Abbailu” in 2003 and “Puttintiki Ra Chelli” in 2004, with co-actors Arjun and Meena.
Furthermore, in the 2004 movie ”Puttintiki Ra Chelli,” she became a high commercial success, running for 275 consecutive days in theaters. Through these films, she got introduced to the Tamil Film Industry by R. Parthiban. In the year 2004, she changed her screen name to Madhumitha based on her character in the film; wherein she acted as the lead female role. Though the film was not a major success, Madhumitha received quite a few offers from Tamil directors. She performed leading roles in several Tamil films like “Amudhey” in 2005, and “Englishkaran” in the same year, where she was recognized for her role performance in Englishkaran.
By the year 2006, her next film release was “Naalai,” which, however, did not bring her any recognition, despite having moderate accomplishments. Madhumita became extensively remarked by the Tamil viewers and brought her winning awards for her performance in the 2007 Tamil Independent film “Aanivaer.” The film is all about the Sri Lankan Civil War, in which she played the role of a journalist. In 2008, she took part in the Tamil comedy film “Arai En 305-il Kadavul,” directed by Simbudevan, and with comedy actors Santhanam and
. She next appeared in the movie “Yogi,” where she played the role of a young mother living in the Chennai slums, which was unfavorably praised, but made her win the nomination for Best Actress Award at the 3rd Vijay Awards.
Madhumitha got engaged with her longtime boyfriend, actor Shiva Balaji on 21 August 2008 in Hyderabad. And on the 1st of March 2009, they got married in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. Siva Balaji was her co-actor in her film Englishkaran. They have two sons, Dhanvin, and Gagan. After her marriage, she played supporting roles in Venkat Prabhu's Biriyani and the Telugu films Uu Kodathara? Ulikki Padathara?, Maine Pyar Kiya and Bhale Bhale Magadivoy.
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Madumitha is one of the prominent personalities in the Indian Film Industry with a bright record in her career. She is a well-known Indian actress who has appeared extensively in movies of many South Indian industries. She got widely recognized for her work in Sandade Sandadi, Puttintiki Ra Chelli, and Arai En 305-il Kadavul.
Madumitha was born on 20 August 1981 in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India, to a well-fitted family. She was brought up mainly in the former country by her parents. She and her parents are devoted followers of the Hindu religion and practice each ritual with full hearts. Speaking about her educational qualifications, she completed her schooling at one of the nearby schools in her town. Later she attended one of the prestigious Universities and earned her degree in Bachelors of Commerce(Bcom). After that, she dived into the world of cinema and began her journey in this field. She commenced her career and made her debut with the Telugu film Sandade Sandadi (2002), in which she played an important role. The movie was a blockbuster and received enormous love from the audience all across the nation. Afterward, she got her hands on numerous other projects to showcase her talent.
Madhumitha continued her journey and got spotted in various Telugu films. Including, Manmadhudu (2002) alongside Nagarjuna, and Sonali Bendre, Ammailu Abbailu (2003), and Puttintiki Ra Chelli (2004), which she found besides Arjun and Meena, with the latter in particular becoming a high commercial success, running for 275 days in theatres. She went through a lot of struggles to establish her name in the Film Industry. After some time, her journey took a significant turn when she got featured in the famous film Kudaikul Mazhai (2004) by R. Parthiban. She played the role of a leading female character and changed her screen name to Madhumitha, after her character in the film. This movie provided her with immense love from viewers. And her acting was hugely appreciated by superiors in the Industry. She got approached by a couple of directors and got plenty of opportunities in this Industry. Her other notable works include Amudhey (2005), Englishkaran (2005), Naalai (2006), Aanivaer(2007), Arai En 305-il Kadavul(2008), Solla Solla Inikkum(2009), Thoonga Nagaram(2011), and many others. Talking about her personal life, she has been married to Siva Balaji since March 1, 2009, and got blessed with two sons, namely, Dhanvin kangula and Gagan kangula.