Biography Of Sridevi

Biography Of Sridevi,

Biography Of Sridevi,

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Personal Life Of Sridevi

Born: August 13, 1963, 12:00 PM (unknown)
in: Sivakasi, Tamilnadu (Inde)
Sun: 19°48′ Léo
Moon: 3°05′ Gemini
Chinese Astrology: Water Cat
Numerology: Birthpath 4
Height: SRIDEVI is 5′ 6″ (1m68) tall
Born as Sridevi Ayyapan on the 13th of August in 1963 at Sivakasi in Tamil Nadu, Sridevi was a great Indian actress. She worked in a large number of Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada films. Well, in this article, we will present you with the biography of Indian Actress
Sridevi lost her father when she was shooting for the film Lamhe and mother while shooting for the film Judaai. She lost her parents when she was very young. There was a rumor during the period between 1986 and 1987 that Sri Devi had an affair with the Bollywood actor Mithun Chakravorty. But, the relationship came to an end, when Mithun did not divorce his wife Yogita Bali. On June 2, 1996, Sridevi tied her wedding knots with the film producer Boney Kapoor. They have two daughters named Janvi and Khushi. She did a lot of films with her brother-in-law Anil Kapoor. Read on to know the complete life history of Sreedevi.
Biography Of Sridevi,

Biography Of Sridevi,

Film Career

Sridevi made her first public appearance as a child artist in the Tamil film Kandhan Karunai (1967). At the beginning of her career, she gave performances in numerous Tamil and Malayalam movies. Some of her best Malayalam movies are Aalinganam, Kuttavum Sikshaiyum, Aadhyapaadam, Aa Nimisham. In the year 1976, she got a major break in the Tamil movies in the lead role. Here, she got the opportunity to work with two great actors, namely Kamal Hassan and Rajnikanth.
In the year 1978, Sridevi made her entry in Hindi films. Her debut Hindi film was Solva Saawan, which unfortunately did not succeed. But, her second film Himmatwala was a super-duper hit. The movie made her a star overnight. Thereafter, she signed the film Sadma, which brought her a lot of appreciation. During 1980s, she gave fabulous performances, which were admired by all. Her film Chandni was the biggest hit, which brought her in the list of one of the highest-paid actresses of Bollywood. She worked in a number of films and has had a very prosperous career. After performing in Judaai, she took a break from the film industry, for upbringing her two daughters. After six years, she appeared on the small screen in a couple of TV serials.
Awards Won:
Filmfare Award (South) for Tamil Film Meendum Kokila
Filmfare Best Actress Award for Chaalbaaz
Filmfare Best Actress Award for Lamhe
Filmfare Award for Telugu Film Kshana Kshanam
Other awards:
Nandi Award for Telugu Film Kshana Kshanam
Giant Awards for Contribution to Hindi Cinema
MAMI Award for Excellent Contribution to Hindi Cinema
Vamsee Art Theatres International’s Lifetime Achievement Award
Toronto Best Actress Award for Devaragam
Important Works of Sri Devi
Kumara Sambhavam (1969) (First Malayalam movie)
Swapnangal (1970)
Poombatta (1971)
Theertha Yathra (1972)
Aasirvadham (1976)
Anthardhanam (1977)
Vezhambal (1977)
Avalude Ravukal (1978)
Amme Narayana (1984)
Devaragam (1996)
Nam Naadu (1969)
Kumara Sambhavam (1969)
Nam Naadu (1969)
Moondru Mudichu (1976)
Gayathri (1977)
Kavikkuyil (1977)
Mithril Iththanai Nirangala (1978)
Mudisooda Mannan (1978)
Pilot Premnath (1978)
Bangarakka (1977)
Erra Gulabeelu (1978) (Sigappu Rojakkal – dubbed)
Kartheeka Deepam (1979)
Vetagadu (1979)
Aatagadu (1980)
Chuttalunnaru Jagratha (1980)
Devudu Ichchina Koduku (1980)
Gharana Donga (1980)
Kaksha (1980)
Mama Allulla Saval (1980)
Bollywood (Hindi)
Himmatwala (1983)
Justice Chowdhary (1983)
Kalakaar (1983)
Sadma (1983)
Inquilaab (1984)
Jaag Utha Insaan (1984)
Naya Kadam (1984)
Maqsad (1984)
Tohfa (1984)
Balidaan (1985)
Masterji (1985)
Sarfarosh (1985)
Bhagwan Dada (1986)
Dharam Adhikari (1986)
Nagina (1986)
Jaanbaaz (1986)(cameo)
Karma (1986)
Suhaagan (1986)
Aulaad (1987)
Mr. India (1987)
Chaalbaaz (1989)
Chandni (1989)
Banjaran (1991)
Her fate was destined to succeed, just to return with a sad smile.
Sridevi’s debut as a heroine in Hindi movie did not fetch her any glory. After an earlier unsuccessful attempt in Solva Sawan, she successfully stormed the bastion of Hindi films with the super hit Himmatwala (‘83).
‘Himmatwala’ turned out to be a super-duper hit and established Sridevi as a superstar within a fortnight. Her arrival brought the end of the Hema and Rekha era. The 5′6′ tall Sridevi soon dwarfed the competition with her gyrating dances in scanty clothes. She soon earned herself the nickname ‘Miss Thunder Thighs’. Films like ‘Tohfa’ with Jeetendra, ‘Mr. India’ with Anil Kapoor and ‘Nagina’ with Rishi Kapoor brought her talent to the forefront. Her other power-packed films like ‘Chandni’, ‘Chalbaaz’, ‘Lamhe’ and ‘Khuda Gawah’ stormed the Bollywood industry. Meanwhile, the new deity of Indian movies also paved her path in other regional films like Tamil, Telugu, and Malayalam.
Lady luck deceived Sridevi at the twilight of her career, some films like ‘Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja’, ‘Army’ and ‘Gumrah’ flopped on the box-office. However, one of the last movie ‘Judaai’(1997) with Anil Kapoor and Urmila Matondkar left the audiences wanting for more.
During Sridevi’s film career, she faced many challenging hurdles where she was left to fight and win all alone. One of the challenges was while making the movie ‘Judaai’. She lit the pyre of her mother’s last rites, which is against the Hindu Custom. Her father died while she was filming ‘Lamhe’ to leave the starred actress confused and alone in the realm of life.
Her love relationships
Some of the sources claim that Sridevi had a relationship with Mithun Chakraborty in 1986. However, the relationship ended within a year when she realized that he had not yet divorced his first wife Yogita Bali (an actress). She later married film producer Boney Kapoor on June 2, 1996. Her tragedy had not yet called quits because she had to go through a bitter mud-slinging session with the marriage, which earned only the wrath of the industry as she was married to divorce. However, Sridevi went through it all with silent dignity and moved in such a way that the same industry was eager to accept her back into its fold. The couple has two daughters, Jhanvi and Khushi. The two daughters are her world now. In one of the interviews, she said, ‘” I will bring up my babies to be the best and people will look at them as examples”.
Her return as a small screen diva
Sridevi returned to the small screen, briefly, in the popular Sahara comedy serial ‘Malini Iyer’ from 2004-2005. She later appeared on ‘Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai’ for Karishma Kapoor (2004) and as a judge in the TV show Kaboom (2005). She also starred in the Lux ad along with Shah Rukh Khan. She performed an 80’s medley at the 52nd Filmfare Awards on February 24th, 2007 to a grand reception from fans and colleagues. The diva of the yesteryears who still rules millions of hearts is slated to return to the big screen in a sequel to ‘Mr. India’. One’s destiny is not marked until the end of his/her life. Let’s wait and see how her future unfolds its other colors with the two beautiful blooms (her daughters) in her hands.


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