Suhasini Mani Ratnam life and biography

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Suhasini Mani Ratnam biography

Date of birth : 1961-08-15
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Nationality : Indian
Category : Arts and Entertainment
Last modified : 2011-08-11
Credited as : Bolly, Nenjathai Killathe,

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Suhasini Mani Ratnam, born Suhasini Chaaru Haasan is an award winning south Indian actress. She made her film debut in 1980 with the Tamil movie Nenjathai Killathe.

Suhasini has acted in Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam and Telugu films. In Kannada, she acted in several movies like Bandhana and Muttina Haara (1990) directed by Rajendra Singh Babu, Benkiyalli Aralida Hoovu (1983) directed by K. Balchander, and Suprabhatha, directed by Dinesh Babu. In Kannada films, she is a popular artist, especially in Vishnuvardhan movies which were hits at box office. She was introduced to Malayalam cinema through Padmarajan's Koodevide (1983), which also featured Mammootty. Her role in the AFI Fest-nominated feature Vaanaprastham (1999), which starred Mohanlal, was particularly well received.

She won the National Film Award for Best Actress in 1986 for her role in the 1985 Tamil film Sindhu Bhairavi, directed by K. Balachander. In 1996, Suhasini stepped into direction with Indira. She also wrote the screenplay for the film. The project was produced by G. V. Films.

Suhasini and her husband Mani Ratnam are involved in the running of their production company Madras Talkies, with G. Srinivasan.

In Telugu she did numerous films. Sheacted along with Superstar Krishna and Megastar Chiranjeevi. With Chiranjeevi, she appeared in over 20 films which are mostly Block Busters.Her latest appearance in the Telugu movie Leader was a stand-out performance.


As actress:
2011 - Mathond Madhuvena (Kannada)
2011 - Seedan (Tamil)
2011 - The King and The Commisioner (Malayalam)
2011 - 7aam Arivu (Tamil)
2010 - Deadly Soma-2 (Kannada)
2010 - Varudu (Telugu)

As director:
Indira (1996)
Penn (television show) (1991)

As producer:
Iruvar (1997)

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