|Other names LP|
Name Lakshmi Chandramouli
Role Film actress
|Years active 2010-present|
TV shows Dharmayutham
|Native name லக்ஷ்மி ப்ரியா சந்திரமௌலி|
Movies Maya, Kallappadam, Sutta Kadhai, Yagavarayinum Naa Kaakka, Gouravam
Similar People Aari, Vadivel, S Thaman, Radha Mohan
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Lakshmi Priyaa Chandramouli is a Tamil film and television actress. A post graduate in human resource management from Madras School of Social Work, she joined the English theatre company Evam as a full-time employee, before venturing into the Tamil film industry. She is also a former National Level cricket player, and national Ultimate Frisbee champion.
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- Early life
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Lakshmi Priyaa Chandramouli was born into Tamil family. After completing her masters in social work, specialising in human resources, from the Madras School of Social Work, she worked for a corporate company as an HR professional. As she wanted to pursue "something more creative", she started to work with the theatre group Evam, on their managerial side. Although she never got to act in their plays because of a tight work schedule, she called it "a great platform where I could easily learn how things transformed from paper to performance".
The very tall Lakshmi Priyaa has been athlete from childhood. She joined gymnastics even before she was 10 years old and started playing cricket, becoming a part of India's B national cricket team, under which she also played a series against the West Indies. She also pursues Ultimate Frisbee. A member of Chennai Ultimate Frisbee, she has regularly participated at Ultimate Frisbee competitions.
While selling tickets for one of Evam's plays, director Magizh Thirumeni approached and asked her to play a supporting role in his film Mundhinam Paartheney. She took leave from work and shot for ten days for the film. After working with director K. Balachander on one of his teleserials, and starting to audition for a role in the TV show, Dharmayudham, she decided to pursue acting full-time. She quit her job and attended several auditions for different roles in the show, eventually landing the role of Sharada. Her first film in a lead role was the black comedy Sutta Kadhai. She played a bold tribal girl called Silanthi in the film, which required her to perform stunts as well, and reviews on her performance were positive. Her sole 2014 release was Angels, which marked her Malayalam debut. Her next Tamil release was Kallappadam by debutant director Vadivel. About her role, she said that it was a "well defined and powerful character" and "emotionally very strong". Her portrayal of a retired actress, which Baradwaj Rangan described as the "most fascinating, refreshing character" in the film, was lauded by critics, with Sify stating that "Lakshmi Priya shines in the role".
She has finished shooting for the thriller Yagavarayinum Naa Kaakka, in which her role would be just 10 minutes long, but have "many shades". She is also working on two supernatural films, Kalam as well as the Potential Studios project Maya starring Nayantara and Aari.