Sridevi Vijaykumar

Sridevi Vijaykumar (born 29 October 1986) is an Indian film actress. Starting off as a child artist in the 1992 Tamil film Rickshaw Mama, she has appeared in Tamil, Telugu and Kannada language films.[1][2]

Sridevi Vijaykumar
Born (1986-10-29) 29 October 1986 (age 33)
Los Angeles
OccupationFilm actress
Years active1992-2009; 2016
Spouse(s)Rahul (m.2009-present)
ChildrenRupika (b.2016)
Parents
Relatives

Film careerEdit

Sridevi was born in Los Angeles[citation needed] as the youngest daughter of Tamil actor Vijayakumar and Manjula, a popular South Indian actress. Sridevi has two elder sisters, Vanitha and Preetha, two half-sisters, Kavitha and Anitha, and an elder half-brother, Arun Vijay.[3]

She started off as a child artist in a Tamil movie Rickshaw Mama. Sridevi made her Tamil debut as heroine in the romantic film Kadhal Virus by Kathir. She shifted to Telugu industry and became popular. She was critically acclaimed for her performance in AVM's Priyamana Thozhi by Vikraman.

FilmographyEdit

Year Film Role Language Notes
1992 Rickshaw Mama Bhuvana Tamil Child artist
Amma Vanthachu Vimala Tamil Child artist
David Uncle Devi Tamil Child artist
Deiva Kuzhanthai Tamil Child artist
Sugamana Sumaigal Babu Tamil Child artist
Aavarampoo Tamil Child artist
1997 Rukmini Telugu
2002 Eeswar Indira Telugu
Kadhal Virus Geetha Tamil First lead role
2003 Priyamana Thozhi Julie Tamil Nominated, Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress (Tamil)
Thithikudhe Anuradha (Renu) Tamil
Ninne Istapaddanu Geetanjali Telugu Nominated — Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu
2005 Devathayai Kanden Uma Tamil
2005 Nireekshana Anu Telugu
Kanchanaganga Urmila Kannada
2006 Aadhi Lakshmi Surekha Telugu
2008 Preethigaagi Mili Kannada
2008 Pellikani Prasad Sujatha Gopalrao Telugu
2009 Manjeera Beena Telugu
2011 Veera Sathya Telugu
Cell Phone Telugu
2016 Lakshmana Kannada

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Frederick, Prince (6 October 2003). "Screen vs. studies". The Hindu. Retrieved 18 February 2010.
  2. ^ Jeshi, K (25 October 2004). "Star daughter shines". The Hindu. Retrieved 18 February 2010.
  3. ^ Dorairaj, S (8 February 2006). "Actor Vijayakumar returns to AIADMK". The Hindu. Retrieved 18 February 2010.

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