Personal details of Actress Lakshmi Gopalaswamy
Became a thorough professional with the movie Ayya(1985).
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Lakshmi Gopalaswamy is a South Indian film actress and a classical dancer, qualified in Bharatanatyam. She has acted in several Malayalam, Tamil, and Kannada films. Her debut Malayalam film Arayannangalude Veedu alongside Mammootty won her the Kerala State Film Award for the best supporting actress. She was a judge on Asianet’s dance show Vodafone Thakadhimi.
In 2007, Laxmi again received the Kerala State Film Award for the second best actress for her performances in Thaniye directed by debutant film director Babu Thiruvalla and Paradesi directed by P. T. Kunju Mohammed. For the same films, she also received the \"Atlas Film Critics Award\" for the best woman actor.
Lakshmi\'s most recent release has been the Kannada blockbuster Aptharakshaka. Her splendid performance in the film as a dancer possessed by an evil spirit has been praised by critics and the film going public as well.
She acted in the Tamil serial titled Lakshmi and has won much praise.
The acceptance in Malayalam cinema that Lakshmi has received from the audience has made her feel much obliged to Malayalam filmgoers. Her success has also got her offers from her home ground, Kannada film industry, too. Her debut Malayalam film Arayannangalude Veedu got her the Kerala State Award for the best supporting actress. Her second film Kochu Kochu Santhosangal too brought in much acclaim for her acting. Acting afforded her a different kind of exposure. \"Initially I was intimidated by the profession, I was too shy to be famous,\" but soon felt at home.
She is very conscious about the message she conveys through her roles. \"I feel a strong social responsibility as an actress. Working on Arayanangalude Veedu with Mammootty \"was a treasured experience. He has such reverence for the profession. So also the character artistes.\" Cast opposite many a Malayalam screen icon, she has catapulted to fame in \'God\'s Own Country\'.
She says dance will always remain her fave metier; she loves essaying good roles in films, like those that integrates semi-classical dance tracks, like Kochu Kochu Santhoshangal, in which two classical dance numbers became catchy tunes all over Kerala. Her star status in film firmament notwithstanding, she dreams of metamorphosing into a top-notch dancer.
Lakshmi Gopalaswamy is a serious student of Bharathanatyam and a dancer of repute. She has been performing since the age of 12, experiencing the inherent satisfaction that takes her through the fascinating journey that art unfolds to devoted seekers. Endowed with classical features, she has grace and a naturalness that complements her attractive personality, beautiful face and expressive eyes to this art form.
A quintessential Bangalore girl, with a master\'s degree in women\'s studies, Lakshmi chirps when quizzed on what tops the list while prioritizing her passions as \"Unequivocally dance!\" Lakshmi is of the opinion that dance has taught her to discipline herself. She feels that since dance and films are allied arts, they influence each other tremendously. Her dancing prowess is vindicated from the fact that she is the first one from Karnataka to have bagged the prestigious Madras Music Academy\'s MGR award for Best Young Dancer. Incidentally, her mother, Dr. Uma Gopalaswamy, a PhD holder in Carnatic music, lends her voice for her dance shows.
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