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  Samyuktha Menon
Samyuktha Menon is a Malayalam film actress, known for her works in Popcorn, Theevandi, Lilli, etc. Samyuktha  made her acting debut in the Malayalam film Popcorn in 2016.

Samyuktha Menon is a Malayalam film actress, known for her works in Popcorn, Theevandi, Lilli, etc. Samyuktha  made her acting debut in the Malayalam film Popcorn in 2016.

Known For: July KaatrilKalari
 
  Aparna Balamurali
Aparna Balamurali is an Indian film actress and playback singer who works in Malayalam cinema. She is best known for her role as Jimsy in Maheshinte Prathikaaram.

Aparna Balamurali is an Indian film actress and playback singer who works in Malayalam cinema. She is best known for her role as Jimsy in Maheshinte Prathikaaram.

Known For: Soorarai Pottru
 
  Chandan Kumar
Chandan Kumar mononymously known as 'Chandan', is an actor who works in television and Kannada cinema. He is known for his work in the television soap opera Radha Kalyana and later Lakshmi Baramma, in which he played the role of Chandu, that was aired on Colors Kannada from 2012. During the time, he was offered several films for which he had to step out of the serial mid-way.

His first film to be released was Parinaya in 2014 which took two years in the making. Subsequently he starred in few low-budget films until the multi-starrer film, Luv U Alia (2015) directed by Indrajit Lankesh.

Apart from serials and films, Chandan has been contestant for the reality shows such as Pyate Mandi Kadige Hodru , "Dancing Stars season 1" and Bigg Boss Kannada 3

From 2011 to 2014, Chandan appeared in a television soap, Radha Kalya...  See full bio

Chandan Kumar mononymously known as 'Chandan', is an actor who works in television and Kannada cinema. He is known for his work in the television soap opera Radha Kalyana and later Lakshmi Baramma, in which he played the role of Chandu, that was aired on Colors Kannada from 2012. During the time, he was offered several films for which he had to step out of the serial mid-way.

His first film to be released was Parinaya in 2014 which took two years in the making. Subsequently he starred in few low-budget films until the multi-starrer film, Luv U Alia (2015) directed by Indrajit Lankesh.

Apart from serials and films, Chandan has been contestant for the reality shows such as Pyate Mandi Kadige Hodru , "Dancing Stars season 1" and Bigg Boss Kannada 3

From 2011 to 2014, Chandan appeared in a television soap, Radha Kalyana, portraying the lead role of Vishu, that was aired on Zee Kannada.

Subsequently, he was roped in for another soap, Lakshmi Baramma aired on Colors Kannada channel. The latter serial shot him to fame and made him hugely popular actor in Television. He also participated in the reality show "Pyaate Mandi Kadige Bandru" in 2010 end. He became Runner up of Bigg Boss Kannada 3 which was aired on Colors Kannada during 2016.

 
  Anjali
Anjali is an Indian film actress and model, who predominantly appears in Tamil films. 

Following a stint in modelling, she was cast in starring roles in two low-profile Telugu productions, before gaining attention with her critically acclaimed performance as Anandhi in Kattradhu Thamizh (2007), for which she received the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debutante.

In 2010, she won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress - Tamil for her performance as Kani in Angaadi Theru and subsequently became recognized as one of the "finest young actors" in Tamil cinema and noted for mostly playing "performance-oriented roles"

Anjali is an Indian film actress and model, who predominantly appears in Tamil films. 

Following a stint in modelling, she was cast in starring roles in two low-profile Telugu productions, before gaining attention with her critically acclaimed performance as Anandhi in Kattradhu Thamizh (2007), for which she received the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debutante.

In 2010, she won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress - Tamil for her performance as Kani in Angaadi Theru and subsequently became recognized as one of the "finest young actors" in Tamil cinema and noted for mostly playing "performance-oriented roles"

 
  Shriya Saran
Shriya Saran also known by the mononym Shriya, is an Indian film actress and model. She has worked in several of the regional industries of Indian cinema, having acted in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi language films, as well as a few films in English.

Shriya Saran made her film debut in 2001 with the Telugu film Ishtam, and had her first commercial success with Santhosham (2002). She subsequently appeared in several more Telugu films, while making in-roads in the Hindi and Tamil film industries.

In 2007, Shriya Saran starred in Sivaji: The Boss, the highest grossing Tamil film at that time. She also gained critical acclaim for her role in the 2007 Bollywood film Awarapan. In 2008, Saran played the lead role in her first English film, the American-Indian co-production The Other End of the Line. Her following projects included popular fil...  See full bio

Shriya Saran also known by the mononym Shriya, is an Indian film actress and model. She has worked in several of the regional industries of Indian cinema, having acted in Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi language films, as well as a few films in English.

Shriya Saran made her film debut in 2001 with the Telugu film Ishtam, and had her first commercial success with Santhosham (2002). She subsequently appeared in several more Telugu films, while making in-roads in the Hindi and Tamil film industries.

In 2007, Shriya Saran starred in Sivaji: The Boss, the highest grossing Tamil film at that time. She also gained critical acclaim for her role in the 2007 Bollywood film Awarapan. In 2008, Saran played the lead role in her first English film, the American-Indian co-production The Other End of the Line. Her following projects included popular films such as Kanthaswamy (2009) in Tamil, and Pokkiri Raja (2010) in Malayalam, her roles in which have established her as one of the leading actresses in the South Indian film industries.

Apart from her work in films, Shriya Saran has been the brand ambassador for several stores across India, endorsing beauty and health products. Among other activities, she has volunteered for a number of charity organisations, and in 2011 opened a spa employing visually challenged people.

 
  Manoj Bharathiraja
Manoj K. Bharathi (born September 11, 1976 as Manoj Bharathiraja) is a Tamil film actor. He has starred in several films, and is most noted as the son of director Bharathiraja.

Before becoming an actor in the Tamil film industry, Manoj worked as an assistant director. He did a course in Theatre arts at the University of South Florida.

He made his acting debut in the 1999 Tamil film Taj Mahal, directed by his father himself alongside Riya Sen, who made her debut as well. Subsequently Manoj appeared in films like Samuthiram alongside Sarath Kumar and Murali[disambiguation needed and Kadal Pookkal, directed by his father, sharing screen space with Murali once again. The films, though became box office failures, received much critical acclaim, especially the latter, for which Bharathiraja was awarded the Nationa...  See full bio

Manoj K. Bharathi (born September 11, 1976 as Manoj Bharathiraja) is a Tamil film actor. He has starred in several films, and is most noted as the son of director Bharathiraja.

Before becoming an actor in the Tamil film industry, Manoj worked as an assistant director. He did a course in Theatre arts at the University of South Florida.

He made his acting debut in the 1999 Tamil film Taj Mahal, directed by his father himself alongside Riya Sen, who made her debut as well. Subsequently Manoj appeared in films like Samuthiram alongside Sarath Kumar and Murali[disambiguation needed and Kadal Pookkal, directed by his father, sharing screen space with Murali once again. The films, though became box office failures, received much critical acclaim, especially the latter, for which Bharathiraja was awarded the National Film Award for Best Screenplay. He then enacted the lead role in Saran's Alli Arjuna alongside Richa Pallod, before starring in low budget productions, Varushamellam Vasantham and Pallavan, which all failed to achieve commercial success. Later, he starred in Sathyaraj's Maha Nadigan in a cameo role and did a negative role in the Telugu film Lemon.

He worked as an assistant to his father in films like Bommalattam and noted filmmaker Mani Ratnam in Bombay. From 2008 til 2010, he worked as an assistant to director S. Shankar in his forthcoming magnum opus Enthiran. Since 2007 it has been reported that Manoj was set to remake his father's Sigappu Rojakkal, but the film still remains in pre-production. In 2012, his father signed him up to replace Ameer in his production, Annakodiyum Kodiveeranum, as antagonist,thus marking a return to films after a seven year sabbatical.

 
  Anthony
Anthony (born Llewellyn Anthony Gonsalves on 11 September 1973 in Chennai, India) is a Tamil film editor. He has worked in over twenty Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu language films. This makes him one of the few editors to have worked for the four biggest film industries in India. He is also an inspiration for many young editors.

Anthony studied a degree in Literature at Madras Christian College, Tambaram, but found himself unsure of a career path once he has finished his education. Following suggestions from his friends, he began learning about animation at Prasad Studio and subsequently also enrolled to learn about editing. He thereafter, received offers to work on corporate ads, trailers and documentaries from 1993 for Edit Point and continued to work in the same practice til 2004, often collaborating with leading ad film make...  See full bio

Anthony (born Llewellyn Anthony Gonsalves on 11 September 1973 in Chennai, India) is a Tamil film editor. He has worked in over twenty Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu language films. This makes him one of the few editors to have worked for the four biggest film industries in India. He is also an inspiration for many young editors.

Anthony studied a degree in Literature at Madras Christian College, Tambaram, but found himself unsure of a career path once he has finished his education. Following suggestions from his friends, he began learning about animation at Prasad Studio and subsequently also enrolled to learn about editing. He thereafter, received offers to work on corporate ads, trailers and documentaries from 1993 for Edit Point and continued to work in the same practice til 2004, often collaborating with leading ad film makers like Rajiv Menon. He then began to work on editing songs in films occasionally, also gaining experience by editing tele-films. Director Gautham Menon asked Anthony to edit the song "Ennai Konjam" in Kaakha Kaakha for the audio release event of that film, and impressed with his work for that song and he asked him to sign on as the film's editor. He has since associated with the biggest technicians in South Indian cinema, collaborating regularly with directors including Shankar, AR Murugadoss, Gautham Menon, Linguswamy, K. V. Anand and A. L. Vijay.

Anthony has also nurtured an ambition to direct films and began pre-production on a comedy film titled Jagathalapradhaban in November 2008 featuring Jayaram, Yuhi Sethu and Namitha. The film, however failed to take off. Anthony revealed in August 2014 that he was set to make his first film, and it would be the remake of the Malayalam film Shutter (2012).In November 2014, he announced and began work on the venture featuring Sathyaraj in the lead role. The film also stars Anumol, Kalyani Natarajan and Dixitha Kothari.

Known For: Oru Naal Iravil
 
 
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