Jyothirmayi

Jyothirmayi is an Indian film actress, television actress, television anchor, and former model, who works in Malayalam cinema. Starting her career as a model, she ventured into television, working as an anchor and later starring numerous TV series.

Jyothirmayi
Born (1983-04-05) 5 April 1983 (age 38)
Years active2001–2013
Spouse(s)
Nishanth Kumar
(m. 2004; div. 2011)

(m. 2015)
[1]
Parent(s)Unni
Saraswathi

CareerEdit

Jyothirmayi started her career as a model and serial artist and gained recognition for her performance in Indraneelam, directed by Suresh Krishnan. After a brief and unsuccessful stint acting in telefilms, she moved to full films. In her first film Pilots (2000), she played a minor character and the film was a box office bomb. She was noticed after the release of Meesa Madhavan (2002) along with actor Dileep.[2] She was then paired with great actors of the Malayalam film industry, including Mohanlal and Mammootty. In Tamil, she also got offers opposite stars Sathyaraj and Vijayakanth.[3] After rising to fame as an actress, she’s worked in nearly 30 Malayalam films.[4]

Personal lifeEdit

She married Nishanth Kumar on 6 September 2004. Six years later the couple filed for divorce,[5] and it was granted on 1 October 2011. She married film director and cinematographer Amal Neerad on 4 April 2015.[6]

FilmographyEdit

Year Film Role Language Notes
2000 Pilots Bobby's sister Malayalam
2001 Achaneyanenikkishtam Sreedevi Malayalam Photo only
Ishtam Jyothi Malayalam
2002 Bhavam Latha Malayalam Won - Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Actress
National Film Award (Special Mention)
Meesa Madhavan Prabha Malayalam Won - Asianet Award for Best Female New Face of the Year
Nandanam Bride Malayalam Guest appearance
Kalyanaraman Radhika Malayalam
2003 Ente Veedu Appuvinteyum Meera Malayalam
Pattalam Bhama Malayalam
Anyar Raziya Banu Malayalam
Hariharan Pillai Happy Aanu Kavya Malayalam
2004 Kathavasheshan Renuka Menon Malayalam
2005 Alice in Wonderland Dr. Sunitha Rajagopal Malayalam
10 The Strangers Telugu
Sivalingam I.P.S. Tamil
2006 Chacko Randaaman Meenakshi Malayalam
Moonnamathoral Bala Malayalam
Bada Dosth Meenu Malayalam
Idhaya Thirudan Herself Tamil item number
Thalai Nagaram Divya Tamil
Pakal Celine Malayalam
2007 Sabari Nandhini Tamil
Naan Avanillai Ammukutty Menon Tamil
Periyar Nagammal Tamil
Aakasham Bhanu Malayalam
Ayur Rekha Mallika Malayalam
2008 Arai En 305-il Kadavul Buvana Tamil
Atayalangal Meenakshi Malayalam
Twenty:20 Jyothi Malayalam
Bandhu Balaga Kannada
2009 Sagar Alias Jacky Reloaded Malayalam Special appearance
Bharya Swantham Suhruthu Urmila Malayalam
Vedigundu Murugesan Nachiyar Tamil
Kerala Cafe Lalitha Malayalam segment Lalitham Hiranmayam
2010 Janakan Dr. Rani Mathew Malayalam
Chandala-bhikshuki Matangi (chandala woman) Malayalam Ajayan, Manjari and Tom George Kolath as Ananda bhikshu (Buddha's disciple)
2011 Seniors Elsamma Malayalam
Ven Shankhu Pol Indhu Nandan Malayalam
Pachuvum Kovalanum Sneha Malayalam
2012 Navagatharkku Swagatham Sreerekha Malayalam
2013 Housefull Emily Malayalam
Sthalam Malayalam
Urava Malayalam

TV serialsEdit

  • Indhraneelam
  • Chithralekha
  • Vava (2001)
  • Ashtabandhangal
  • Aparna
  • Avasthantharangal
  • Annu Mazhayayirunnu (Telefilm) as Devi
  • Arikil Oral Koode (Telefilm) as Maya

TV Shows as HostEdit

  • Pepsi Top 10
  • Your Choice
  • Vaalkannadi
  • Kalaalayavarnangal
  • Vivel Honeymoon Travels

AwardsEdit

National film awards
Kerala state television awards
Asianet film awards

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Amal Neerad marries Jyotirmayi". Rediff. 6 April 2015. Retrieved 27 June 2018.
  2. ^ "Jyothirmayi Files For Divorce – SansCinema". Archived from the original on 2 April 2011. Retrieved 23 March 2011.
  3. ^ https://www.filmibeat.com/celebs/jyothirmayi/biography.html
  4. ^ https://nettv4u.com/celebrity/malayalam/movie-actress/jyothirmayi
  5. ^ "ജ്യോതിര്‍മയി വിവാഹ മോചനത്തിന്". Malayala Manorama. 23 March 2011. Retrieved 9 April 2011.
  6. ^ Jyothirmayi movies: Amal Neerad and Jyothirmayi get hitched! | Malayalam Movie News. Times of India (4 April 2015). Retrieved on 2018-12-24.

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