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September 27, 1988 
Kochi, Kerala, India
Revathy (born 27 September 1988), known by her stage name Kaadhal Sandhya, is an Indian film actress who acts primarily in Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu and Kannada films. She made her debut as an actress in the 2004 Tamil film Kaadhal (2004), her performance in which earned her a Filmfare Award and Tamil Nadu State Film Award.
Sandhya was studying when she starred in the critically acclaimed Tamil love story Kaadhal. Initially, this role was offered to actress Gopika, however, due to date problems, this role went on to Sandhya. However, due to her rising fame, especially after the blockbuster film Dishyum, her second Tamil film, she had to discontinue her studies before even passing her 10th class.
After Kaadhal, for which she won the Filmfare Best Tamil Actress Award of 2004, she took up a Malayalam film titled Alice in Wonderland which she played as the sister of actor Jayaram. Then came the musical romance Dishyum with Jeeva. She was also a part of Mani Ratnam's stage show, Netru, Indru, Naalai. In her third Tamil film, Vallavan, she had only a small role, and the film had only modest box office success. She also acted in Koodal Nagar with Bharath. She debuted in playback singing for her Tamil film Manjal Veiyil. In 2010, she bagged a role opposite Vishnuvardhan in the Kannada film Aptharakshaka directed by P. Vasu, her role was very much appreciated by the critics and gave her a very good recognition. The film went on to become a mega hit that run for 35 continuous weeks in the theaters.
|2004||Kaadhal||Aishwarya Rajendran||Tamil||Tamil Nadu State Film Special Award for Best Actress|
|2005||Alice in Wonderland||Alice||Malayalam|
|2006||Annavaram||Varalakshmi (Varam)||Telugu||Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress - Telugu|
|2007||Kannamoochi Yenada||Devasena Arumugam||Tamil|
|2008||Velli Thirai||Herself||Tamil||Cameo appearance|
|2008||Mahesh, Saranya Matrum Palar||Saranya||Tamil|
|2010||Irumbukkottai Murattu Singam||Thumbi||Tamil|
|2012||Padmasree Bharat Dr. Saroj Kumar||Malayalam||Special appearance|
|2012||The Hit List||Malayalam|
|2013||My Dear Mummy||Malayalam||Filming|
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