Vanitha Vijayakumar is a Tamil actress and the daughter of yesteryear actors Vijayakumar and Manjula. She appeared only in a very few films in her career. She made her debut with a film ‘Manikkam’ opposite Raj Kiran in 1996. This actress even acted in a Malayalam film ‘Hitler Brothers’ (1997) and a Telugu film ‘ Devi’ (1999) essaying the supporting role. She rose to prominence with a Tamil film ‘ Chandralekha’ (1995), where she played the love interest of actor Vijay. Although her mother and father had made a prominent place in the industry by appearing over 100-200 films in their career, their daughter remained in limelight for her multiple marriages in her life. Recently, she is into a relationship with a choreographer Robert and their partnership had taken a new off-screen turn too. Vanitha had become a producer, and her future fiancée Robert has become a director for a Tamil film ‘ MGR Sivaji Rajini Kamal’. In this film, the actress had even penned the script of the film.

Choreographer-turned-director Robert has been a child artiste playing Mammooty’s son and even went to do major acting as a villain in a very few films. The actress married Akash in 2000 and had a son Vijay Sri Hari from this marriage. She divorced and married another gentleman named Rajan Anand in 2007 and had a daughter Jenitha from her second marriage. Finally, she had divorced Rajan Anand too in 2010. Now, she is pinning her hopes on her third marriage with choreographer Robert. It is not uncommon for celebrities to have multiple marriages. As Vanitha’s first or second didn't go according to her plan, she faced a lot of hardships and even countered attacks on her father and other family members. It is true that she has been in the news more for her multiple marriages in the past, and the trend has not failed to diminish yet.

Thulasi Nair Tamil Actress

Thulasi Nair

Born to an actor mother and businessman father Thulasi is not new to movies. Thulasi is the daughter of Radha, a famous actor in the 80s and Rajasekaran Nair, a businessman. Her maternal aunt, Ambika was also an actor and was her mother’s contemporary. Her sister Karthika Nair shot to fame with the 2011 Tamil film Ko. She also has an elder brother named Vignesh Nair. She is only eighteen, but she already has three movies to her credit. She made her debut in Mani Ratnam’s 2013 film Kadal when she was only fourteen. In her very first film, she acted alongside Gautham, who was the son Karthik, of a well-known Tamil actor. She also got to act with many former Tamil stars including Arjun and Aravind Swamy. The movie was much talked about before its release, and her face wasn’t revealed to the media. Despite the movie’s commercial failure, Thulasi received positive reviews, praising her for her child-like and vivacious portrayal of Beatrice, her character in the film. She was even nominated for South Indian International Movie Award for Best Debut Actress. She was later featured alongside Tamil actor Jiiva (Ko fame) in the film Yaan, by debut director K.Ravichandran. She was recommended for the role of her patron Rajiv Menon, who was the cinematographer of Kadal. Yaan was released in 2014. The movie was mainly set in Mumbai, her hometown. This film also didn’t play very well at the box office, and Thulasi received mixed reviews for her acting. She maintains an optimistic attitude and shrugs off every failure as a learning experience. She is humble enough to credit her directors and co-actors for all that she has done. In an interview with the Times of India, she had mentioned that she’d like to take things slowly and focus on her studies. She also said that she’s in no hurry and wouldn’t want to take too many things on her plate. She has a good relation with her family and always turns to her mother, aunt and sister for acting tips and improvement.

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Varsha Ashwathi

Varsha Ashwathi is a Tamil model and film actress. She was born on April 22, 1989, in Kolkata, India to Rakesh Awasthi, a Marine Engineer. She and her family shifted to Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu when she was just four years old. Varsha studied at Holy Cross Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School in Chennai. She took a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management before she joined the beauty pageant called Ms. Chennai, where she won the Ms. Beautiful Smile and Ms. Beautiful Face awards. From there, someone saw her photo and offered her for a role in the Tamil action adventure film, ‘Peranmai’ in 2009. Since then, there was no looking back. Varsha never thought of becoming an actress since she doesn’t have any acting background and no one in her family came from the showbiz industry. After three years, she was cast as a police officer in Seenu Ramasamy’s ‘Neerparavai’, along with Nandita Das, Vishnu Vishal and ‘Sunaina’. In 2013, she acted in the political satire film, ‘Nagaraja Cholan MA, MLA’, with ‘Sathyaraj’ in the lead role. She played as Vinay Rai’s wife in the box office hit film, ‘Endrendrum Punnagai’. Varsha played a pivotal role in the Tamil thriller films, ‘Panivizhum Malarvanam’ and ‘Athithi’ in 2014. She was starred along with ‘Arjuna’ and Sri Priyanka in the 2015 Tamil film, ‘Kangaroo’, which was helmed by ‘Samy’. She also made her debut in the Malayalam film industry through Shaison Ouseph’s ‘Don’t Worry Be Happy’. Besides acting, she is a trained Kathak dancer and an NCC Cadet. Another Version of this Bio… The beautiful and charming actress, Varsha Ashwathi, was born on 22nd April in the year of 1989. The 26 years old actress’s native place is West Bengal, and she later soon shifted to the city of Tuticorin, situated in the state of Tamil Nadu. She is intelligent and witty, no doubt as comes from such a scholar family where her father Rakesh and her brother Rohan both are marine engineers. Her other sibling Sai Karan is still a student now. Her passion for art and dancing made her well versed and trained in the classical dance form called Kathak. She has completed her school education from Holy Cross Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School and even college from Chennai. She marked her debut with the ace director S. P. Jananathan's venture called Peranmai (2009). The actress was seen in the character of Tulsi, who was an NCC cadet. Though the actress has less acting experience in her very first movie, she was still noticeable. And this bagged her next movie Neerparavai starring Nandita Das. She played a powerful IPS officer in the movie, and the name of her character was Agnes. After this movie, she was also seen in another Tamil Films such as Nagaraja Cholan MA, MLA (2013), Pani Vizhum Malarvanam (2014), Endrendrum Punnagai (2013), and Kangaroo (2014). She also made her debut with the Malayalam movie Don’t Worry Be Happy, directorial venture of Shaison Ouseph. She has even hosted a reality TV show which included couples, and she was loved at it by the audiences.

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Varsha Ashwathi Tamil Actress