Anju (actress)

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Anju is an Indian film actress best known for her work in Malayalam movies and Tamil movies. She came into movie industry as a child-artist with the name Baby Anju. She hails from Tamil Nadu and is now acting in Tele films and soap operas. She debuted at the age of two with the Tamil movie Uthiripookkal in 1979. She had acted in a Kannada and Telugu movies as well. She won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress in 1988 for the movie Rukmini.

Anju
Born (1976-10-23) 23 October 1976 (age 44)
Other namesBaby Anju
OccupationActress
Years active1979-present
Spouse(s)Tiger Prabhakar
(m.1995; div.1996)
OAK Sundar
(m.1998-present)
ChildrenArjun Prabhakar (b. 1996)

Personal lifeEdit

She was first married to Kannada actor Tiger Prabhakar in 1995 and got divorce in 1996. They have a son Arjun born in 1996.[1] Later she married actor OAK Sundar in 1998.

AwardsEdit

FilmographyEdit

MalayalamEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1982 Ormakkayi Chakki
Gaanam
Aa Raathri Minikutty
Kaattile Paattu Young Priya
Olangal Young Priya
1983 Oomana Thinkal Indumol
Paalam Bindhu
Aana Ayisha
Saagaram Santham Young Sreedevi
Aashrayam Minimol Thomas
Kattathe Kilikkoodu Indu
1984 Parannu Parannu Parannu Jessy / Sreekutty
Kodathy Minimol
Rakshassu Shalini
1985 Yathra Girl in the bus
Dheivatheyorthu Young Nani
Janakeeya Kodathi Gopi's daughter
1986 Abhayam Thedi Aashakutty
1987 Vamban Kala's daughter
1989 Rugmini Rugmini
1990 Kattukuthira Charulatha
Thazhvaram Raji
Commander Lakshmi
1991 Neelagiri Usha
1992 Kizhakkan Pathrose Kunjumol
Kauravar Suja
Oottyppattanam Sethulakshmi
Pandu Pandoru Rajakumari Devu
Ezhara Ponnana Renu
1993 Thalamura Sreelakshmi
1994 Varaphalam Geetha
Cabinet Nandana
Minnaram Teena
Kadal Fousi
1995 Kakkakum Poochakkum Kalyanam Bhagyalakshmi
Street Anitha
Arabikadaloram Clara
Hijack Gayathri
1997 Ranger Remya
Poomarathanalil Indu
1998 Amma Ammaayiyamma Sulochana
1999 Indulekha
2001 Nimishangal Eleena
Nariman Ammini
Ee Raavil
Jwalanam Maggie
2003 Janakeeyam Usha
2004 Nirappakittu Vasundhara
2005 Izhra Thevar's wife

TamilEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1979 Uthiripookkal Bhavani Child artist
1980 Poottaatha Poottukkal Child artist
1980 Polladhavan Child artist
1981 Chinna Mul Peria Mul Dolly Child artist
Meendum Kokila Subramaniam and Kokila's daughter Child artist
Garjanai Asha Child artist
Bala Nagamma Child artist
1982 Hitler Umanath Child artist
Darling, Darling, Darling Child artist
Poi Satchi Child artist
Vadivangal Vini Child artist
Azhagiya Kanne Kasthoori Child artist
Boom Boom Madu Child artist
1983 Villiyanur Matha Lalitha Child artist
1984 Nee Thodum Pothu Child artist
1984 Anbulla Malare Child artist
1985 En Selvame Child artist
Oonjaladum Uravugal Child artist
1986 Aayiram Pookkal Malarattum Child artist
1989 Mundhanai Sabatham Child artist
1990 Keladi Kanmani Anu
Engal Swamy Ayyappan Lakshmi
Arangetra Velai Businessman's daughter
Seetha Geetha Geetha
1991 Adhikari Anu
Naan Pogum Paadhai Lakshmi
En Pottukku Sondhakkaran
1992 Agni Paarvai Shanthi
Abhirami Rajeshwari
1993 Aadhityan Deivanai
Prathap Priya
Purusha Lakshanam Anju
Kattalai Anju
1995 Ilavarasi Ilavarasi
1996 Gopala Gopala Fathima
1999 Endrendrum Kadhal Krishna's wife
Poomagal Oorvalam Saravanan's mother
Unakkaga Ellam Unakkaga Savithri
2000 Kuberan Thangam
James Pandu
2003 Pop Corn Valli
Unnai Charanadaindhen Teja's mother
Military Velu Nayakar’s wife
2007 Veerappu Kodi
Polladhavan Selvam's wife
2009 Indira Vizha Indira
2010 Neeyum Naanum Sunitha
2011 Minsaram Minister
2013 Madha Yaanai Koottam Deepa

TeluguEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1981 Bala Nagamma
Agni Poolu
1984 Kode Trachu
2002 Seshu Padma

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Channel Role Language Notes
1999–2001 Chithi Sun TV Vaideghi Tamil Television debut
2000–2001 Krishnadasi Lecturer Kalyani
2001 Soolam
2002–2003 Agal Vilakkugal
Gayathri Priya Gemini TV Telugu
2004 Manasi DD Malayalam Malayalam
Kadamattathu Kathanar Asianet Ettukettil Bhanumathi
2005-2006 Selvi Sun TV Murattu Pandian's Wife Tamil
2007 Arasi Sun TV Murattu Pandian's Wife
2009 Devi Mahatmyam Asianet Pankajakshi Malayalam
2016–2018 Sathyam Sivam Sundaram Amrita TV Bhairavi
2020–present Magarasi Sun TV Chamundeshwari Tamil
2021 Eeramana Rojave Vijay TV Anju (lawyer) Tamil

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Mangalam Varika 24 Sep 2012". Mangalamvarika.com. Retrieved 29 October 2013.

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