Sindhu (actress)

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Died6 January 2005(2005-01-06) (aged 33)[1]
Chennai, India[2]
Spouse(s)Raghuveer [2]

Sindhu was a film actress who appeared in South Indian films.[3] She is the daughter of actress Manjula Vijaykumar's sister Shamala.[3].

Film career[edit]

She acted with Arun Pandiyan and Ramki in Inaindha Kaigal and with Prabhu in a few Tamil movies. She acted in a famous Tamil drama Metti Oli, broadcast on Sun TV from 2002 to 2005. She acted in other TV serials like Ahalya, Anbai Thedi, Gokulam Veedu, Anbe Anbe, Sooryavamsam, Parambarai, Enga Kudumbam, Thozhigal, Anandham. She had acted in over 250 films and television serials in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada.[citation needed]

Partial filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Language Notes
1990 Inaindha Kaigal Geetha Tamil
1990 Paattali Magan Tamil
1990 Pondatti Thevai Tamil
1990 Puriyaadha Pudhir Tamil Special appearance
1991 Sami Potta Mudichu Tamil
1992 Oor Mariyadhai Kamachi Tamil
1993 Gokulam Mary Tamil
1993 Shrungara Kaavya Kannada
1994 Seeman Tamil
1995 Naviloora Naidhile Kannada
1995 Thungabhadra Kannada
1995 Chandralekha Salima Tamil
1996 Parambarai Maragatham Tamil
1996 Namma Ooru Raasa Tamil
1997 Pistha Tamil
1997 Suryavamsam Tamil
1997 Aahaa Enna Porutham Subbu Tamil
1998 Pooveli Tamil
1999 Suriya Paarvai Sindhu Tamil
1999 Ponnu Veetukkaran Tamil
1999 Endrendrum Kadhal Vasu's Wife Tamil
1999 Nenjinile Tamil
2000 Kuberan Tamil
2001 Krishna Krishna Kalpana Tamil
2001 Lovely Chandru's Aunt Tamil
2002 Namma Veetu Kalyanam Tamil
2003 Anbe Anbe Servant Tamil
2003 Aalukkoru Aasai Eshwari's Stepmother Tamil
2003 Chokka Thangam Tamil
2004 Giri Pasupathy's Wife Tamil
2003 Jana Deivanai Tamil
2005 Ayya Karuppusaamy's Wife Tamil


Sindhu picked up a lung infection, while on a door-to-door campaign for funds, and died a few days later.[1]


  1. ^ a b "An actress dies". Retrieved 5 February 2015.
  2. ^ a b "Sindhu Dead". Retrieved 5 February 2015.
  3. ^ a b "நடிகை சிந்து மரணம்". Retrieved 5 February 2015.

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