|Died||5 April 2019(aged 67)|
|Years active||1969 – 2019|
Anandavally born into an agricultural family at Veliyam, State of Travancore-Cochin to Tamilian parents. She did her schooling in "Kaiyela School" - Veliyam, where she began acting in school plays and later started Kadhaprasangam (story-telling performance).
Anandavally used to sing for dramas even while a teenager. But unexpectedly, her acting skills were put to test in front of a large audience during for the drama "Chithalu Kayariya Bhoomi" in 1969. Then she started performing in several dramas of KPAC, Kalidasa Kalakendram, Deshabhimani Theaters-Attingal, Kerala Theaters-Kottayam and Kayamkulam Peoples Theaters.
She also worked as an announcer in the All India Radio.
Anandavally entered the film industry through the film "Kadu" and went on to act in below given films. She became interested in pursuing a career in the entertainment industry following a minor role in various Malayalam films, where she remained a regular until she decided to pursue a dubbing artist career.
In 1973, she debuted as a dubbing artist and gave sound for actress Rajasri in the film Devi Kanyakumari. Manjil Virinja Pookkal Malayalam film dubbed for Poornima Jayaram was the break through. Thereafter, Anandavally have not looked back. She has dubbed for numerous Malayalam films. She gave her voice for several leading heroines, the list as Geetha, Sumalatha, Madhavi, Menaka, Ambika, Urvasi, Jayapradha, Karthika, Parvathy, Gauthami, Suhasini, Sobhana, Sukanya, Saritha, Silksmitha, Suchitra, Sarada, Bharathi, Bhanupriya, Rekha, Revathi, Radha, Radhika, Renjini, Mohini, Nanditha Bose, Vinayaprasad, Kanaka, Khushboo, Unni Mary, Santhikrishna and so on. She won a Kerala State Award for the Malayalam film Aadharam dubbed for actress Geetha.
- Kerala State Television Awards
- 2015 - Best Dubbing Artist(s)- Male/Female Voice - Eeshwaran Sakshiyayii
- Kerala Film Critics Awards
- 1997 - Chalachitra Prathibha
- 2007 - Best Narrator
Kerala State Award For Drama
1978 - Enikku Maranamilla
|1.||Kalai Selvam - 1997||South Indian Artist Association, Chennai.|
|2.||Guru Pooja Puraskaram - 2009||Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi|
|3.||Kural Selvam - 2011||South Indian Cine Artists & Dubbing Union, Chennai.|
|4.||Award for contribution to Malayalam Film Industry||100 years of Indian Cinema Celebration - 2013 at Chennai.|
- Lal, Athul. "Invisible Nightingale". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 25 February 2014.
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