Aamani

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Aamani Hazrath
Born Manjula
(1973-11-16) 16 November 1973 (age 41)
Karnataka, India
Other names Meenakshi
Occupation Actress
Years active 1990–1997
2004
2012–present
Spouse(s) Hazrath

Aamani (born 16 November 1973) is an Indian actress who has predominantly appeared in Telugu and Tamil films.[1] She first appeared in a lead role opposite Naresh in the film Jamba Lakidi Pamba, directed by E. V. V. Satyanarayana. The film turned out to be a blockbuster.

She starred in the film Mister Pellam directed by Bapu, which won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Telugu. Her performance in this film was honored with the Nandi Award for Best Actress.

Film career[edit]

She started her career doing small roles in films like Aadadhi. Subsequently, she was paired as the lead actress opposite actors like Nagarjuna, Balakrishna, Krishna, Jagapathi Babu and Kamal Haasan. She won the Nandi Award for Best Actress for the second time for her performance in Subha Sankalpam. After a hiatus of many years, she appeared in the film Aa Naluguru.[2]

Personal life[edit]

She was born into a Telugu family and has a brother. She is married to Tamil film producer Hazrath. She and her brother have been accused of harassing his wife. This ordeal of her brother's wife has been exposed by TV9 through a special episode aired by interviewing her brother's wife.

Filmography[edit]

"Telugu"[edit]

  • Chandamama Kathalu (2014)
  • Devastanam (2012)
  • Aa Naluguru (2004)
  • Madhyanam Hathya (2004)
  • Swamy (2004)
  • Priyamaina Srivaaru (1997)
  • Kodalu Didhina Kaapuram (1997)
  • Subha Muhurtham (1997)
  • Seethakka (1997)
  • Vammo Vathoo O Pellamoo (1997)
  • Mavichiguru (1996)
  • Aalumagalu (1995)
  • Idandi Maa Vaari Varasa (1995)
  • Subhamasthu (1995)
  • Maya Bazaar (1995)
  • Subha Sankalpam (1995)
  • Gharana Bullodu (1995)
  • Amma Donga (1995)
  • Subha Masthu (1995)
  • Hello Brother (1994)
  • Allari Police (1994)
  • Subha Lagnam (1994)
  • Srivari Priyuralu (1994)
  • Nakshatra Poratam (1993)
  • Shrinatha Kavi Sarvabhowma (1993)
  • Anna Chellelu (1993)
  • Chinnaludu (1993)
  • Jamba Lakidi Pamba (1993)
  • Kannaya-Kittaya (1993)
  • Mister Pellam (1993)
  • Preme Naa Pranam (1993)
  • Repati Rowdy (1993)
  • Shabash Ramu (1993)
  • Pachani Samsaram (1992)
  • Aadadhi (1992)

"Tamil"[edit]

Themanggu Pattukaran 1997

"Kannada"[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Y. Sunita Chowdhary (2012-04-14). "Arts / Cinema : Sensitive and soulful". The Hindu. Retrieved 2012-07-31. 
  2. ^ [1][dead link]

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