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Revathi Telugu Telugu Actress

Asha Kelunni, better known by her stage name Revathi, was born on 8 July 1966, in Cochin, to Lalitha Kelunni and Malank Kelunni, an Indian Army major from Palakkad. She is an Indian actress and director who is mostly recognized for her work in Tamil cinema, as well as Malayalam, Telugu, Hindi, and Kannada films. She participated in a fashion show when she was in school. A group shot taken during the performance was picked as the front cover of a well-known Tamil magazine. The director Bharathiraja, who was at the time looking for a new heroine for his most recent project, Mann Vasanai Mann Vasanai is a Tamil dubbed serial which showca >> Read More... Mann Vasanai , just so happened to notice her picture. In 1983, Revathi made her acting debut in the Tamil movie Mann Vasanai.

She received a Filmfare Special Award - South for her performance in the silver jubilee hit movie. Later, in 1983, she made her Malayalam cinema debut with Kattathe Kilikkoodu. She had some of the biggest box office successes of the 1980s because of this movie as well. With the 1984 Telugu film Seethamma Pelli by filmmaker Bapu and Manasa Veena, she was introduced to the industry. Thennal Thedunna Poovu was the name given to the Malayalam dub of the later film. In 1984's Kai Kodukkum Kai, directed by Mahendran, Revathy played the blind rape-survivor Seetha starring opposite Rajinikanth. Revathy later played Seetha in Bharathiraja's 1984 film Pudhumai Penn. She also acted in R. Sundarrajan's Vaidehi Kathirunthal that same year. She was diverse in her casting decisions, frequently portraying strong, empathetic female characters.

Her breakthrough performance as Divya, a vibrant and rebellious child who grows into a woman throughout the course of the film, in Mani Ratnam's Mouna Ragam Mouna Ragam is a Tamil soap opera which is a dubbe >> Read More... Mouna Ragam in 1986 was her big break. In 1986, she was placed alongside Kamal Haasan Kamal Haasan is the most versatile actor that Indi >> Read More... Kamal Haasan in Punnagai Mannan. Revathi received multiple awards for her performance in the film. The film was also a big success, establishing her as one of the most sought-after actresses in the Tamil cinema business. In 1988, she received her first Best Actress Award for outstanding performance in the Malayalam film Kakkothikkavile Appooppan Thaadikal. In 1990, she received the Tamil film industry's Best Actress Award for the film Kizhakku Vaasal. She delivered success after blockbuster, and one of her best performances came in Priyadarshan's Malayalam film Kilukkam in 1991. Suresh Krissna's Love, co-starring Salman Khan Salman Khan is a very famous Indian actor and a pr >> Read More... Salman Khan , was her Hindi debut in 1991.

In 1992, she got a National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the Tamil film Thevar Magan. In the early 1990s, she was at the pinnacle of her career. She also appeared in Telugu and Kannada films on occasion. In 1993, Revathy got another Filmfare Award for her performance in Balu Mahendra's Marupadiyum. After participating in several of her most well-regarded films throughout that decade, her golden run lasted until the end of the 1990s. Anjali (1990), Thevar Magan (1992), and Magalir Mattum Click to look into! >> Read More... Magalir Mattum (1994) had all preceded her. In addition, she received the Tamil Nadu State Film Award Special Prize for Thalaimurai in 1998. Revathi has also directed two films (Mitr, My Friend, and Phir Milenge Click to look into! >> Read More... Phir Milenge ) and contributed an episode to the anthology films Kerala Cafe Kerala Cafe is a comedy show which came on the cha >> Read More... Kerala Cafe and the unreleased Mumbai Cutting. In 2014, Hindi viewers enjoyed Revathi in Margarita with a Straw and 2 States.

In Tamil, Pa Paandi in 2017, Jackpot in 2019, and Virus in Malayalam in 2019. She was most recently seen in Major (2022) as Major Sandeep Unnikrishnan's mother, Dhanalakshmi. Revathi is a Bharatanatyam dancer who studied since she was seven years old and did her arangetram in Chennai in 1979. She is regarded as one of the greatest Tamil and South Indian actors of all time. She was one of South Indian cinema's most successful leading ladies. Revathi was the only South Indian actress of the 1980s and 1990s to win Filmfare's best actress award in Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam, with three consecutive wins in Tamil. Aside from films, Revathi has been involved in several social organizations, the most notable of which are the Banyan, Ability foundation, Tanker foundation, and Vidyasagar, and has served as a member of several film festivals, including that of the Chennai International Film Festival and the International Film Festival of India. She has received numerous honors, including six Filmfare Awards South Filmfare Awards South is the South Indian segment >> Read More... Filmfare Awards South and three National Film Awards The National Film Awards gets presented every year >> Read More... National Film Awards in various categories.