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Years active
  
1980–present

Parents
  
Charuhasan

Spouse
  
Mani Ratnam (m. 1988)


Role
  
Actress

Name
  
Suhasini Maniratnam

Children
  
Nandhan Ratnam

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Full Name
  
Suhasini Charuhasan

Born
  
15 August 1961 (age 62) (
1961-08-15
)
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

Residence
  
Alwarpet, Chennai, India

Occupation
  
actress, film director, film producer, writer

Relatives
  
Charuhasan (father)Chandrahasan (uncle)Kamal Haasan (uncle)Anu Hasan (cousin)Shruti Haasan (cousin)Akshara Haasan (cousin)

Uncles
  
Kamal Haasan, Chandrahasan

Cousins
  
Anu Hasan, Shruti Haasan, Akshara Haasan

Similar People
  
Mani Ratnam, Anu Hasan, Charuhasan, Nandhan Ratnam, Revathi

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Suhasini Maniratnam (born 15 August 1961) known commonly as Suhasini, is an Indian actress known for her works in South Indian cinema. She made her film debut in 1980 with the Tamil film Nenjathai Killathe for which she won the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress. Suhasini won the National Film Award for Best Actress for Sindhu Bhairavi in 1986.

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She has received four Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Kannada, one Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu, two Kerala State Film Awards, and has garnered state awards like the Tamil Nadu State Film Awards, Nandi Awards.

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Personal life

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Suhasini was born to actor Charuhasan, in Paramakudi, into the prominent Haasan family. She married film director Mani Ratnam in 1988 and the couple has a son Nandan born in 1992.

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She is a self-described atheist. In an interview, she said "I don't believe in God, in prayer, in going to temples begging God to give me and my family happiness."

Film career

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A student of cinematography from the Madras Film Institute, Suhasini started her career as a camera assistant to Ashok Kumar and went on to become an actress. Suhasini has acted in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada films. She started her career as a make-up artist for several leading actors. She is extremely popular in Kannada movies. Her films Bandhana directed by Rajendra Singh Babu and Suprabhatha directed by Dinesh Baboo were blockbusters, and thus she became one of the most bankable stars of Kannada cinema of her time.

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Her other films Muttina Haara (1990) with Vishnuvardhan directed by Rajendra Singh Babu, Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu (1983) directed by K. Balachander, Hendthig Helthini and Amruthavarshini directed by Dinesh Babu were runaway hits in addition to her work in Mathad Mathadu Mallige with Vishnuvardhan directed by Nagathihalli Chandrashekhar, Eradane Maduve and its sequel Mathond Maduvena directed by Dinesh Baboo.

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Her collaboration with Vishnuvardhan is considered as one of the best and rarest in South Indian cinema. The duo has acted together in many blockbuster films that include Bandhana, Suprabhatha, Muthina Haara, Hendthig Helthini, Himapatha, Mathad Mathad Mallige, and School Master.

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She was introduced to Malayalam cinema through Padmarajan's Koodevide (1983), which also featured Mammootty. Her role in the AFI Fest-nominated feature Vanaprastham (1999), which starred Mohanlal, was particularly well received. She won the National Film Award for Best Actress in 1986 for her role in the 1985 Tamil film Sindhu Bhairavi, directed by K. Balachander. In 1996, Suhasini stepped into direction with Indira. She also wrote the screenplay. The project was produced by G. V. Films.

Suhasini and her husband Mani Ratnam are involved in the running of their production company Madras Talkies, with G. Srinivasan. She is also an anchor in Zee Tamil TV Channel for a talk show interviewing famous movie personalities.

Awards

National Film Awards
  • Best Actress – Sindhu Bhairavi (Tamil) (1986)
  • Filmfare Awards South
  • Best Actress – Kannada – Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu (1983)
  • Best Actress – Kannada – Bandhana (1984)
  • Best Actress – Telugu – Swati (1984)
  • Best Actress - Kannada - Suprabhata (1988)
  • Best Actress - Kannada - Muthina Haara (1990)
  • Best Actress - Kannada - Hosa Neeru (1986) - Nominated
  • Best Actress - Telugu - Sirivennela (1986) - Nominated
  • Kerala State Film Awards
  • Best Actress – Ezhuthapurangal (1987)
  • Best Actress – Theerthadanam (2001)
  • Tamil Nadu State Film Awards
  • Best Actress – Nenjathai Killathe (1980)
  • Special Prize – Indira (1996)
  • Nandi Awards
  • Best Actress – Swati (1984)
  • Best Supporting Actress – Nuvvu Naaku Nachav (2001)
  • South Indian International Movie Awards
  • Nominated - Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Telugu – Gabbar Singh (2012)
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Kannada – Sachin! Tendulkar Alla (2014)
  • As actress

    In order of languages in which she acted the most to least number of films.

    As camera assistant

  • Uthiripookkal (1979)
  • Jhonny (1980)
  • Filmography

    Actress
    -
    Jai Mahendran (TV Series) (filming)
    -
    Samaran (filming)
    2023
    Madhuram Jeevamruthabindu (post-production)
    2023
    Mr. Pregnant (post-production)
    2023
    Pookkaalam
    2022
    Focus
    2022
    Ninne Chusthu
    2022
    Monsoon Raaga as
    No Information
    2022
    Modern Love Hyderabad (TV Series) as
    Grandma
    - Why did she leave me there-? (2022) - Grandma
    2022
    Varnapatala as
    Motivational speaker
    2022
    Malli Modalaindi as
    Sujatha (as Sushasini Maniratnam)
    2022
    Uhinchaledhu Kadu
    2021
    Galla
    2021
    Marakkar: Lion of the Arabian Sea as
    Khadeejumma
    2021
    Tryst with Destiny as
    Yayati Mudiraj
    2020
    Paapu
    2020
    Putham Pudhu Kaalai as
    Valli (segment "Coffee, Anyone?")
    2020
    Ommomme
    2020
    Entha Manchivaadavuraa as
    Jayalakshmi
    2019
    Ayushmanbava
    2019
    Mental - 'B' Positive
    2019
    Yaanaa
    2019
    Kee as
    Valli
    2019
    Suryakantham
    2019
    Boomerang as
    Aishwarya
    2018
    Yatra as
    Sabitha Indra Reddy
    2018
    Ambi Ning Vysaitho as
    Nandini
    2018
    Abhiyude Katha Anuvinteyum as
    Revathy
    2018
    Prema Baraha
    2018
    Tholiprema as
    Aditya's Mother
    2018
    Touch Chesi Chudu
    2017
    Okkadu Migiladu as
    Minister
    2017
    Nibunan as
    Mrs. Immanuel
    2017
    Chennaiyil Oru Naal 2
    2017
    Maasthi Gudi
    2016
    Mental (as Suhasini Manirathnam)
    2016
    Mental Police
    2016
    Sivagami
    2016
    Naani
    2016
    Preethiyalli Sahaja
    2016
    Viraat
    2015
    Master Piece as
    Durga, Yuva's mother
    2015
    Waiting as
    Pankaja Natraj
    2015
    Salt Mango Tree as
    Deepika
    2015
    Love 24x7 as
    Dr. Sarayu
    2015
    Rebel (as Suhasini Manirathnam)
    2015
    Kanchana 2 as
    Nandhini's Boss
    2014
    Rogavannu Tadegattuvudakkintha Uttama Parihaara Illa (Video short) as
    Female Doctor (as Suhaisini Maniratnam)
    2014
    Ramanujan as
    Komalatammal
    2014
    Sachin! Tendulkar Alla
    2014
    Legend as
    Jaidev's Mother
    2013
    Kalimannu
    2013
    Baadshah as
    Rama Rao's mother
    2013
    Myna
    2012
    Minugurulu as
    Kiranmai
    2012
    Uu Kodathara Ulikki Padathara as
    Suguna
    2012
    Gabbar Singh as
    Gabbar Singh's mother
    2011
    Mathru Devo Bhava as
    Bharathi
    2011
    Mathond Madhuvena
    2011
    Sanju Weds Geetha as
    Lakshmi
    2011
    Seedan as
    Thangam
    2010
    Deadly-2 as
    Soma's mother
    2010
    Thillalangadi as
    Krishna's mother
    2010
    Eradane Maduve as
    Malavika
    2010
    Varudu as
    Advocate Vasanthi (as Suhasni)
    2010
    Sandadi
    2010
    Leader as
    Mom
    2010
    School Master
    2009
    Nammal Thammil as
    Rose Alex
    2009
    Balam
    2009
    Makante Achan as
    Hema
    2008
    Vilapangalkkappuram as
    Dr. Mercy Varghese
    2008
    Aegan as
    Shiva's Mother
    2007
    Satham Podathey
    2007
    Mathad Mathadu Mallige as
    Kanaka (Hoovaiah's wife)
    2007
    Sri Mahalakshmi
    2006
    Rakhi as
    DCP Meenakshi Iyer
    2006
    Mohini 9886788888
    2006
    Seethakoka Chiluka as
    Collector
    2006
    Amma Cheppindi
    2006
    Pachakuthira as
    Mother of Anandakuttan & Akash
    2005
    Vacation as
    Celine
    2004
    Peda Babu
    2004
    Shock as
    Witch Doctor
    2004
    Sri Anjaneyam
    2003
    Stumble as
    Nandini
    2003
    Annavru
    2003
    Abhimanyu as
    Janki
    2003
    Eera Nilam
    2003
    Donga Ramudu & Party
    2003
    Vaseegara as
    Priya's Aunty
    2002
    Nammal as
    Snehalatha
    2001
    Haalu Sakkare
    2001
    Theerthadanam as
    Vinodini K. S
    2001
    Chocklet as
    Saradha
    2001
    Nuvvu Naaku Nachchav as
    Sujatha
    2001
    Ellara Mane Dosenu
    2000
    Yaarige Saluthe Sambala as
    Lakshmi
    2000
    Swalpa Adjust Madkolli
    1999
    Varnachirakukal
    1999
    Vishwa as
    Indu the wife of Vijay
    1999
    Vanaprastham as
    Subhadra
    1998
    Hendthigeltheeni
    1998
    Pelli Pandheri
    1998
    Ooyala
    1997
    Bharatheeyam
    1997
    Nandhini as
    Nandhini
    1997
    Ganga Yamuna
    1997
    Amrutha Varshini as
    Veena Hemanth
    1996
    Irattai Roja as
    Geetha
    1996
    Ramudochhadu
    1994
    Subhalagnam
    1993
    Radhasarathi
    1993
    Chinna Kannamma
    1993
    Samooham
    1992
    Akka Mogudu
    1991
    Penn (Tamil Serial by Suhasini Maniratnam) (TV Mini Series)
    - Vaarthai Thavari Vittai (1991)
    1991
    Amma
    1990
    Mutthina Haara as
    Annapurna
    1989
    Bala Gopaludu
    1989
    En Purushan Thaan Enakkum Mattum Thaan
    1989
    Oru Sayahnathinte Swapnam as
    Capt. Alice Cherian
    1988
    Aakhari Poratam
    1988
    Bharya Bartulu
    1988
    Dharmathin Thalaivan
    1988
    En Bommukutty Ammavukku
    1988
    Oohakachavadam
    1988
    Suprabhata
    1988
    Varasudochhadu
    1988
    Ramudu Bheemudu as
    Swathi
    1988
    Mile Sur Mera Tumhara (Music Video) as
    Suhasini
    1988
    Marana Mrudangam
    1988
    Chuttalabbai
    1988
    Manchi Donga as
    Madhavi
    1987
    BrahmaNaidu
    1987
    Dhoorathu Pacchai
    1987
    Ezhuthapurangal as
    Rajalakshmi
    1987
    Lawyer Suhasini
    1987
    Manathil Uruthi Vendum as
    Nandini
    1987
    Samsaaram Oka Chadarangam as
    Uma
    1987
    Thene Manasulu
    1987
    Manivathoorile Ayiram Shivarathrikal as
    Neena
    1987
    Oru Indhiya Kanavu as
    Anamika
    1987
    Aradhana as
    Jennifer
    1987
    Ananda Aradhanai
    1987
    Punnami Chandrudu
    1986
    Karpura Deepam
    1986
    Muddula Manavaraalu
    1986
    Police Officer
    1986
    Sirivennela
    1986
    Sravana Sandhya as
    Sandhya
    1986
    Rakkuyilin Ragasadassil
    1986
    Pranamam as
    Usha
    1986
    Raakshasudu as
    Sumathi
    1986
    Chantabbai as
    Jwala
    1986
    Mr. Bharath
    1986
    Usha as
    Usha
    1986
    Kiraathakudu as
    Swetha
    1986
    Hosa Neeru as
    Bhavana
    1985
    Bullet
    1985
    Dampatyam
    1985
    Jackie
    1985
    Mangalya Bandham
    1985
    Mazhakkala Megham
    1985
    Mugguru Mithrulu
    1985
    Shiksha
    1985
    Sindhu Bhairavi as
    Sindhu
    1985
    Sravanthi
    1985
    Swathi as
    Swathi
    1985
    Maharaju
    1985
    Katha Ithu Vare
    1984
    Aarorumariyathe as
    Sudha
    1984
    Aksharangal as
    Bharathi the sister of V. P. Menon
    1984
    Justice Chakravarthy
    1984
    Mangamma Gari Manavadu
    1984
    Manishiko Charithra
    1984
    Nirdoshi
    1984
    Puthiya Sangamam
    1984
    Thathamme Poocha Poocha as
    Kalyani
    1984
    Unni Vanna Divasom as
    Anu
    1984
    Ente Upasana as
    Lathika
    1984
    Inti Guttu
    1984
    Challenge as
    Lakshmi
    1984
    Bandhana
    1984
    Adigo Alladigo
    1984
    Bava Maradallu
    1983
    Adaminte Variyellu as
    Vasanthi
    1983
    Apoorva Sahodarigal
    1983
    Bahudoorapu Batasari as
    Subhashini, daughter of Prasad & Prabhu
    1983
    Koodevide? as
    Alice
    1983
    Maa intiki Randi
    1983
    Muddula Mogudu
    1983
    Mukku Pudaka
    1983
    Yuddha Kandam
    1983
    Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu
    1983
    Maga Maharaju
    1983
    Veetila Raaman Veliyila Krishnan
    1983
    Thayi Veedu as
    Geetha
    1983
    Uruvangal Maralam as
    Lakshmi
    1982
    Aagaaya Gangai
    1982
    Azhagiya Kanney
    1982
    Lottery Ticket as
    Heroine
    1982
    Marumagaley Varuga as
    Lakshmi
    1982
    Manchupallaki
    1982
    Gopurangal Saayvathillai
    1982
    Nandri Meendum Varuga
    1981
    Madhu Malar
    1981
    Palaivana Solai as
    Geeta
    1981
    Kudumbam Oru Kadambam
    1980
    Kotha Jeevithalu
    1980
    Nenjathai Killathe as
    Viji
    Writer
    2020
    Putham Pudhu Kaalai (writer - segment "Coffee, Anyone?")
    2010
    Raavanan (dialogue)
    2007
    Guru (additional dialogue - as Suhasini Mani Ratnam)
    1997
    Iruvar (dialogue) / (screenplay)
    1995
    Indira (written by)
    1991
    Penn (Tamil Serial by Suhasini Maniratnam) (TV Mini Series)
    Producer
    2022
    Ponniyin Selvan: Part I (producer)
    2020
    Putham Pudhu Kaalai (executive producer - segment "Coffee, Anyone?")
    1997
    Iruvar (executive producer - as Suhasini Mani Rathnam)
    Director
    2020
    Putham Pudhu Kaalai (segment "Coffee, Anyone?", as Suhasini Mani Ratnam)
    1995
    Indira
    1991
    Penn (Tamil Serial by Suhasini Maniratnam) (TV Mini Series)
    Self
    -
    Shades of Grey: The Cinema of K. Balachander (Documentary) (announced) as
    Self

    References

    Suhasini Maniratnam Wikipedia