Shanthi Krishna

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Shanthi Krishna
Born 16 April 1965 (1965-04-16) (age 52)
Mumbai, India
Occupation Actress
Years active 1980-1998
2017-Present
Spouse(s) Sreenath(1984-1995)
Sadasivan Bajore(1998-2016)

Shanthi Krishna is an Indian dancer and film actress known for her work in Malayalam cinema along with a Tamil films. She was a popular lead actress of the 1980s and 1990s. She won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress for her performance in Chakoram (1994).

Early life[edit]

She is born to R. Krishan and Sharada in Mumbai. Her mother tongue is Tamil. She completed her education in Mumbai S.I.E.S College and General Education Academy. She has three brothers, Sreeram, Satheesh and Suresh Krissna who is a film director. She was a known dancer and debuted to film field with Salini Ente Kootukari in 1980.[1][2][3]

Personal life[edit]

Shanthi Krishna was married to Malayalam actor Sreenath in 1984 and later divorced him in 1995. She stopped acting for a while and made her second entry in 1991 as heroine of Mammootty in Nayam Vyakthamakkunnu.[4] Sreenath is reported to have committed suicide on April 23, 2010.[5] Shanthi Krishna has filed for divorce from her husband Bajore Sadasivan.[6]

Shanthi Krishna was again married to Sadasivan Bajore, Secretary of Rajiv Gandhi Group of Institutions in 1998 & 2016 is divorced.[7] They have two children, Mithul and Mithali. She herself restricted as a housewife and always kept away from public life. Currently she resides at R.T. Nagar Bangalore.[8][9]

She received the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress for her performance in the Malayalam film Chakoram in 1994.

Awards[edit]

Kerala State Film Awards

Filmography[edit]

  • All films are in Malayalam , unless otherwise noted.
Year Film Character Language Notes
2017 Vimaanam Films that have not yet been released Filming
2017 Njandukalude Nattil Oridavela Films that have not yet been released . Filming
2012 Karppooradeepam Sheela . release delayed
1998 Manjeeradhwani Subhadra -
1997 Laali Kannada film
1997 Kalyana Unnikal Raziya .
1997 Nerrukku Ner Shanthi Tamil Cinema
1996 Laalanam Saleena .
1996 April 19 Zeenath
1995 Thakshashila Ganga .
1995 Avittam Thirunaal Aarogya Sriman Hemalatha .
1995 Sukrutham Durga .
1994 Chakoram Shardamani .
1994 Ilayum Mullum Parvathy .
1994 Kudumba Visesham Aswathy .
1994 Pakshe Rajeswari .
1994 Pingami Vijay Menon's Mother .
1994 Parinayam Maathu .
1994 Varanamaalyam Vasundara .
1994 Dhadha Devi
1993 Aalavattam Urmila .
1993 Chenkol Jose's wife .
1993 Johnny Margaret .
1993 Mayamayooram Dr. Vimala .
1993 Gandharvam Lakshmi .
1992 Mahanagaram Geetha .
1992 Sabarimalayil Thanka Sooryodayam Radhika .
1992 Aparatha Soumini .
1992 Kauravar Ramani .
1992 Pandu Pandoru Rajakumari Devayani .
1992 Savidham Soumini
(Actress Sunitha Mother)
.
1991 Nayam Vyakthamakkunnu Valsala .
1991 Vishnulokam .
1991 Ennum Nanmakal Radha Devi .
1986 Nimishangal Anitha .
1984 Mangalam Nerunnu Usha .
1984 Anbulla Malare Tamil Cinema
1983 Prem Nazirine Kanmanilla Herself .
1983 Maniyara Sabna .
1983 Himavahini Hema .
1983 Sagaram Santham Sreedevi .
1983 Omanathinkal Ajitha/Gopi's wife .
1983 Swapnalokam .
1983 Visa Nalini .
1982 Chillu Annie .
1982 Simla Special Uma Tamil Cinema
1982 Manal Kayiru Uma Tamil Cinema
1982 Nambinal Nambungal Tamil Cinema
1982 Idiyum Minnalum - .
1982 Kilukilukkam Anjali .
1982 Ithu Njangalude Katha Prabha .
1982 Kelkatha Shabdam Sushama .
1981 Panneer Pushpangal Tamil Cinema
1981 Chinna Mul Peria Mul Radha Tamil Cinema
1981 Sivappu Malli Tamil Cinema
1981 Nidra Aswathy .
1981 Tharattu Meera .
1980 Shalini Ente Koottukari .

Television[edit]

  • Chapalyam (Doordarshan)
  • Scooter (Doordarshan)
  • Seemantham (Doordarshan)

References[edit]

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