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Name  Bhagyalakshmi kumar
Nationality  Indian
Children  Nithin, Sachin
Role  Film actress

Years active  1972–present
Other names  Bhagyam
Siblings  Indira Nair, Unni Nair
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Born  1 November 1962 (age 54) (1962-11-01) Kozhikode, Kerala, India
Occupation  Dubbing artist, television host
Spouse  K. Ramesh Kumar (m. 1985–2014)
Parents  Kumaran Nair, Bhargavi Amma
Movies  The Ornate Lock, Agnichirakulla Thumbi, Paavam Krooran, Njan Piranna Nattil, Uyarum Njan Nadake
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Bhagyalakshmi (Malayalam: ഭാഗ്യലക്ഷ്മി ; born 1 November 1962) is a leading dubbing artist, actress and an activist. She works primarily in Malayalam Film Industry. She has a dubbed for more than 2000 films in Malayalam cinema. She mostly dubbed for Actress Shobana.

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Bhagyalakshmi published her autobiography titled as Swarabhedangal, which received the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for Biography and Autobiography.

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Career

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Bhagyalakshmi started dubbing in 1972 at the age of 10 for child characters. Her first noted movie was Aparadhi in 1977 and became popular by the film Kolilakam (dubbed for Sumalatha). She has also acted in around 20 Malayalam movies with Manassu (1973) her debut movie (child artist). She has the record of winning Kerala State Film Award the maximum number of times after dubbing artist Sreeja Ravi

Personal life

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Bhagyalakshmi is born on 1 November 1962 to Kumaran Nair who hails from Powaat Tharavadu Calicut & Bhargavi Amma from Kurupath Tharavad, Shoranur. She has an older sister Indira Nair and a brother Unni Nair. She has completed her P.U.C. (pre-university course) before starting her career as a dubbing artist. She was married to K. Ramesh Kumar on 27 October 1985. The couple have two sons Nithin, an engineering graduate working in Bangalore, and Sachin, pursuing final year degree in Chennai. The couple got separated in 2011 and was officially divorced in September 2014.

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Bhagyalakshmi published her autobiography named as Swarabhedangal. and selected in Nielsen Data. This is the first time a Malayalam book is selected for this endowment. A master in dubbing, the author has proved that she can also pen a book in a very descriptive manner. In her book she explains, a fearless person by nature, her book too carries the same fearlessness. When she mentions the perverts of artists she has faced in Malayalam film fraternity, she even does not forget the kindness of some artists of this glittering world. A book about her fortunate dubbing career but unfortunate marriage life, her childhood orphanage life and love failure after 40.

Awards

Kerala State Film Awards

  • 1991: Best Dubbing Artist: Ulladakkam, Ente Sooryaputhrikku
  • 1995: Best Dubbing Artist: Ormayundayirikkanam, Kusruthikattu
  • 2002: Best Dubbing Artist: Yathrakarude Sradhakku
  • Kerala State Television Awards

    2015: Best Anchor: Selfi (talk show)

    Kerala Film Critic Award

    2002: Best Dubbing Aritst: Yathrakarude Sradhakku

    Asianet Television Awards

    2002: Best Dubbing Aritst: Kumkumapoovu

    Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award

    2013: Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for Biography and Autobiography: Swarabhedangal

    As an actress

    1. Manassu (1973)
    2. Madalasa (1978)
    3. Padmatheertham (1978)
    4. Chamaram (1980)
    5. Digvijayam(1980)
    6. Manassinte Theerthayaathra (1981)
    7. Abhinayam (1981)
    8. Ammaykkorumma (1981)
    9. Gaanam (1982)
    10. Kayam (1982)
    11. Enikkum Oru Divasam (1982)
    12. Maattuvin Chattangale (1982)
    13. Asthram (1983)
    14. Ithirippoove Chuvannapoove (1984)
    15. Principal Olivil (1985)
    16. Aarodum Parayaruthu (Kurutham Kettavan) (1985)
    17. Chain Jayapal (1985) - Tamil film
    18. Chilambu (1986)
    19. Agnichirakulla Thumpi (1988)
    20. Celluloid (2013)
    21. Njan Samvidhanam Cheyyum (2015)
    22. Pava (2016)
    23. Oru Muthassi Gadha (2016)
    24. Premanjali

    As a television presenter

  • Manassiloru Mazhavillu Season 1,2 (Kairali TV)
  • Selfie (Kairali TV)
  • References

    Bhagyalakshmi Wikipedia


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