Shanta Meena Bhaskar
17 June 1971 (age 47)
(m. 1994; div. 1996)
|Children||Anaina (b. 1994)|
|Relatives||Y. V. Rao (maternal grand father)|
Hp proliant offline array configuration utility iso. Aishwariya is an Indian actress who has acted in Tamil, Malayalam, and Telugu movies along with several Malayalam television serials. She is the daughter of popular actress Lakshmi.
Aishwarya's first film to be released was Oliyampukal (1991), followed by Mamagaru (1901), Rasukutty (1992) and Meera (1992). She played a double role in Butterflies (1993) and also in Gardish (1993), which was a remake of the Malayalam movie Kireedam. Early in her career, she notably turned down opportunities to work with Mani Ratnam in Roja (1992) and Thiruda Thiruda (1993).
Following her marriage in 1994, Aishwarya quit the film industry and chose to prioritise bringing up a family. However her marriage fell apart and she became addicted to taking drugs as a result of her husband's addiction, which made it difficult for her to re-enter the film industry after her divorce in 1996. After undergoing a rehabilitation process, she chose to continue her education in computer science and joined to work with the NIIT in 1997 and prioritised her work as a software engineer. She then accepted an offer to be a part of a television show produced by Suresh Chandra Menon, after being convinced by her friend, actress Revathi. After a four year sabbatical from films as a result of her marriage, childbirth and divorce, Aishwarya made a comeback in Parthiban's Housefull (1999) portraying an inspector in charge of the bomb disposal squad. She continued to portray supporting roles in films such as Suyamvaram (1999), Sathyameva Jayathe (2000) and Narasimham (2000) during the turn of the century.
Born as Shanta Meena Bhaskar, to Tamil father K Bhaskaran and half Tamil and Telugu actress Lakshmi, she has a half-sister from her mother's third marriage.She was married to Tanveer in 1994 and they were divorced in 1996. The couple have a daughter, Anaina, born in 1995.
|2016||Kadavul Irukaan Kumaru||Manimaaran's wife||Tamil|
|2015||MGR Sivaji Rajini Kamal||Tamil|
|2014||Un Samayal Arayil / Oggarane / Ulavucharu Biriyani||Asha||Tamil / Kannada / Telugu|
|2013||Natholi Oru Cheriya Meenalla||Lakshmi/Sainuthatha||Malayalam|
|2013||Philips & the Monkey Pen||Uncredited |
|2012||Uchithanai Muharnthaal||Security Guard||Tamil|
|2012||Uu Kodathara? Ulikki Padathara?||Amrutha Valli's mother||Telugu|
|2009||Adada Enna Azhagu||Diana||Tamil|
|2008||Abhiyum Naanum||Anu(Abhi's mother)||Tamil|
|2007||Inspector Garud||Maya Gopinath||Malayalam|
|2007||Sringaram: Dance of Love||Mirasu's wife||Tamil|
|2007||Vel||Sakkara Pandi's Wife||Tamil|
|2005||Aaru||Sound Saroja Akka||Tamil|
|2004||M. Kumaran S/O Mahalakshmi||Eshwar's second wife||Tamil|
|2003||The King Maker Leader||Vasanthy Nambiar||Malayalam|
|2003||Amma Nanna O Tamila Ammayi||Pinni(step mother)||Telugu|
|2003||The Fire||Neena Cheriyan||Malayalam|
|2001||Sharja To Sharja||Kalyani||Malayalam|
|2001||Praja||Maya Mary Kurien||Malayalam|
|2000||Pennin Manathai Thottu||Tamil|
|1993||Poranthaalum Aambalayaa Porakkakoodaathu||Meenatchi||Tamil|
|1993||Jackpot||Gautham Krishna's wife||Malayalam|
|1993||Gardish||Vidya P. Bhalla||Hindi|
|1992||Subba Rayudi Pelli||Lalitha||Telugu|
|1991||Naan Pudicha Mappillai||Tamil|
|1991||Oorellam Un Pattu||Tamil|
|1991||Ponnukku Sethi Vandhachu||Tamil|
|1990||Seetapathi Chalo Tirupathi||Seeta||Telugu|
|2004||Mizhi Thurakkumbol||Varada||Surya TV||Malayalam|
|2005-2006||Raja Rajeswari||Padmalakshmi||Sun TV||Tamil|
|2006||Kadhaparayum Kavyaanjali||Surya TV||Malayalam|
|2008–2011||Paarijatham||Lalitha Bhai||Asianet||Malayalam||Won, Asianet Television award 2011 - Best actress in a negative role|
|2010–2012||Thendral||Bhuvana Laxman||Sun TV||Tamil||(Replaced by Sudha Chandran)|
|2013–2014||Mama Mapillai||Aishwarya||Sun TV||Tamil|
|2015-2016||4 the People||Prof Vasundara Das||Asianet||Malayalam|
|2015-2017||Nandini vs Nandini||Baby||Etv Plus||Telugu|
|2017 – present||Azhagu||Vasantha||Sun TV||Tamil|
|2018 – present||Chembarathi||Thrichambarath Akhilandeswari||Zee Keralam||Malayalam|
- Aishwarya on IMDb
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Ramakrishnan in 2017
|Occupation||Actress, comedian, director, fashion designer|
Lakshmy Ramakrishnan is an Indian actress, comedian and director. She made her debut in the Malayalam film Chakkara Muthu (2006), and has since appeared primarily in supporting roles in Tamil films.
Lakshmy Ramakrishnan lived in Muscat, Oman from 1985 to 2005. She returned to India and directed six short films. Director A. K. Lohithadas wanted to use Ramakrishnan's house for shooting his Malayalam film Chakkara Muthu (2006) and offered her a supporting role in the film. Karu Pazhaniappan's Pirivom Santhippom (2008) in which she played the mother of Sneha's character was her first Tamil film, following which she played supporting roles in numerous films. She portrayed an angry mother who wants to avenge her daughter's death in Mysskin's Yuddham Sei (2011), and received rave reviews. She also tonsured her head for the 'once-in-a-lifetime role'.
She has worked in television shows. She acted in the serial Aval in STAR Vijay and hosted the reality show Solvathellam Unmai in Zee Tamil.She has featured in more than 25 TV Commercials.
In 2012, she completed her first feature film, Aarohanam, which received a Special Jury award at the 7th Vijay Awards. Her second directorial venture, Nerungi Vaa Muthamidathe is a story revolving around a petrol crisis.
- As actress
|2006||Chakkara Muthu||Anitha's mother||Malayalam|
|2007||July 4||Sreepriya's mother||Malayalam|
|2008||Pirivom Santhippom||Visalatchi's mother||Tamil|
|2008||Poi Solla Porom||Mrs. Sathyanathan||Tamil|
|2008||Ellam Avan Seyal||Olga Mariadas||Tamil|
|2009||Thiru Thiru Thuru Thuru||Kavitha Sreenivasan||Tamil|
|2009||Aadhavan||Subramanian's sister in law||Tamil|
|2010||Vinnaithaandi Varuvaayaa||Teresa Thekekuttu||Tamil|
|2010||Ye Maaya Chesave||Teresa Thekekuttu||Telugu|
|2010||Raavanan||Velan's mother||Tamil||Cameo appearance|
|2010||Naan Mahaan Alla||Jeeva's mother||Tamil|
|2010||Boss Engira Bhaskaran||Sivakami||Tamil|
|2011||Oh My Friend||Chandu's mother||Telugu|
|2011||Uchithanai Muharnthaal||Dr. Rekha||Tamil|
|2012||Ekk Deewana Tha||Sachin's mother||Hindi|
|2013||Chennaiyil Oru Naal||Karthik's mother||Tamil|
|2014||Nerungi Vaa Muthamidathe||Tamil|
|2016||Jacobinte Swargarajyam||Shirley Jacob||Malayalam|
|2018||Iravukku Aayiram Kangal||Writer Vyjayanthi||Tamil|
- As director
|2014||Nerungi Vaa Muthamidathe||Tamil|
|2008||The Officer||Malayalam||Amrita TV|
|2012-2015 /2016–2018||Solvathellam Unmai||Tamil||Zee Tamil|
Awards and nominations
|2007||Asianet Film Awards||Best Character actress||Chakkara Muthu||Nominated|
|2012||Edison Awards (India)||Edison Award for Riveting Performance||Yuddham Sei||Won|
|Vijay Awards||Vijay Award for Best Supporting Actress||Nominated|
|2017||Asianet Film Awards||Best supporting actress||Jacobinte Swargarajyam||Nominated|
|Filmfare Awards South||Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Malayalam||Nominated|
|6th South Indian International Movie Awards||Best actress in a supporting role Malayalam||Won|
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- ^'LAKSHMI RAMAKRISHNAN INTERVIEW'. Behindwoods. Retrieved 5 February 2012.
- ^'Movie Review:Yuddham Sei'. Sify. Retrieved 5 February 2012.
- ^'Yudham Sei'. Times of India. Retrieved 5 February 2012.
- ^'Review: Yuddham Sei is gripping'. Rediff. 4 February 2011. Retrieved 5 February 2012.
- ^'Lakshmi goes bald for Yudham Sei'. Sify. 28 July 2010. Retrieved 5 February 2012.
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- ^'Vijay Awards'. 6 July 2013. Archived from the original on 19 April 2013. Retrieved 1 May 2015.
- ^IANS (17 March 2014). 'Lakshmy titles next film 'Nerungi Va..Muthamidathe''.
- Lakshmy Ramakrishnan on IMDb