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Pallavi (actress)

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Full Name  Priti
Occupation  Actress
Name   Pallavi Pallavi
Nationality  Indian
Role  Actress
Pallavi wearing necklace, earrings and nose ring
Born  8 June 1965 (age 55) (1965-06-08) Mumbai, India
Movies  Aruvadai Naal, Velaikaran, Uruvam, Dharma Devathai, Anbu Kattalai
Similar People  S P Muthuraman, GM Kumar, Visu, Ilayaraja, Rama Narayanan

Pallavi (born Priti on 8 June 1965 in Mumbai, India) is an Indian actress and producer. She has acted in 165 motion pictures and 50 television series. Pallavi speaks seven languages and has made films in six of them. Starting her career as a model, she shifted towards movies and then television.

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Dharma Devathai - Thodu Thodu VaaSong


Known in her first Telugu film with Shoban Babu as "Priti", Pallavi was renamed by Kannada film director T. Nagabharana for her second film, Netra Pallavi (literally "Eyes of Pallavi") (Kannada, 1985). Pallavi began her own production company, and produced Tamil feature Films and television serials aired in Jaya tv.She also produced television commercials,and short films. The Tamil magazine Kumudam, devoted an entire issue to her career, saying:

Pallavi began her acting career with a level of worship typically reserved for seasoned veterans. From her early work in Illallu Priyalu (Telugu - 1984) and Aruvadainaal (Tamil - 1985), it quickly became apparent to the sharpest of critics – and even the most casual of moviegoers – that the chameleon-like Punjabi, Pallavi was an unparalleled master of glamour, character, accents and genres.

Making her Tamil cinema debut through the film Dharma Devathai opposite Vijayakanth, and Shivaji productions "Aruvadai Naal" with Prabhu simultaneously .She has appeared with actors such as Rajinikanth.

Pallavi also acted in Television serials in Tamil and Telugu films. She joined and campaigned for the Bharatiya Janata Party in the 2004 parliamentary elections.

She produced and starred in a number of documentaries and short films for her own production company. One of which, "Captain Evolution", won an industry award at the International Tourism Film Festival in Germany.

Dharma Devathai in Thodu Thodu VaaSong




Filmography

1985 Devarelliddane
1985 Devara Mane
1986 Aruvadai Naal
1986 Dharma Devathai
1986 Thayiye Nanna Devaru
1986 Marjala
1986 Beegara Pandya
1987 Thangachi
1987 Velaikaran
1987 Kathai Kathayam Karanamam
1988 Sahadevan Mahadevan
1988 Urimai Geetham
1988 Dhayam Onnu
1988 Paarthal Pasu
1988 Paimara Kappal
1988 En Thamizh En Makkal
1988 Soora Samhaaram
1988 Oorai Therinjukithen
1989 Thangamani Rangamani
1989 Enga Veettu Deivam
1989 Athaimadi Methaiadi
1989 Vizhiyora Kavidhaigal
1989 Mananthal Mahadevan
1989 Anbu Kattalai
1990 Sirayil Sila Raangangal
1990 Vedikkai En Vadikkai
1990 Enakkoru Neethi
1990 Vetri Malai
1990 Erikarai Poonkatre
1991 Uruvam
1991 Irumbu Pookal
1992 Suyamariyadhai
1992 Purushan Enakku Arasan
1993 Vijaya Kranthi
1993 Dhuruva Natchathiram
1993 I Love India
1993 Uzhaippali
1996 Mr. Bechara
1997 Arasiyal
1997 Arunachalam
1998 Golmaal
1998 Akshaya TV Series (1998-1999)
1998 Ganga Yamuna Saraswathi TV Series (1998-2001)
1998 Natpukkaga
2000 Manu Needhi
2000 Uncle
2000 Papa The Great
2000 Anandha Bhava TV Series (2000-2001)
2002 Agal Vilakkugal TV Series (2002-2003)
2002 Unnai Ninaithu
2001 Aunty Thumba Thunti
2002 Marma
2002 Maaran
2004 Joke Falls
2004 Joot
2004 Dhanya
2004 Prana
2004 Baa Baaro Rasika
2005 Magic Ajji
2005 Kalavarkey
2005 Mithayi Mane
2006 Mukhamukhi
2006 Kusthi
2008 Vasool
2009 Vaidehi
2009 Pinchu Manasu
2011 Karuvarai Pookkal
2020 Moondram Pournami

References

Pallavi (actress) Wikipedia