Vadivukkarasi

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Vadivukkarasi
Born (1955-07-06) 6 July 1955 (age 64)[1]
OccupationActress
Years active1978-present
ChildrenPadma priya

Vadivukkarasi is an Indian film and Tamil television actress. She made her acting debut in the Tamil film Sigappu Rojakkal (1978) and has acted in more than 350 films and 10 television serials in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam.[2][3] Film director A. P. Nagarajan is her maternal uncle.

Career[edit]

Vadivukarasi initial job was a primary school teacher. Due to her struggling family situation she chose to do different jobs.[4] She made her debut in Tamil film Sigappu Rojakkal. Her first movie in lead role was Kanni Paruvathile. She has played various characters, playing lead, supporting as well as antagonistic roles. In the early 2000s she started acting in television serials.

Filmography[edit]

Tamil[edit]

Telugu[edit]

Malayalam[edit]

Dubbing Artist[edit]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Channel
1998 Kudumbam Sun TV
2001–2003 Alaigal Kalyani Sun TV
2001–2007 Ninaivugal D.D Podhigai
2002–2007 Avargal Sun TV
2003–2005 Adugiran Kannan
2002–2004 Sakthi
2003–2007 Tharkappu Kalai Theeratha
2002–2003 Agal Vilakkugal
2003–2005 Adugiran Kannan
2001–2007 Vikiramathithan
2004–2007 Gowravam Raj TV
Raja Rajeshwari Sun TV
2006–2008 Chellamadi Nee Enakku
2007–2010 Meghala Shanmuga Vadivukarasi
2007–2013 Thirumathi Selvam Shivagami
2008–2010 Porantha Veeda Puguntha Veeda
2009 Bhavani Kalaignar TV
2010–2012 Kasthuri Sun TV
2010–2011 Yaamiruka Bayamen STAR Vijay
En Peyar Meenakshi Dhanam
2011–2013 Uthiripookal Sharadambal Sun TV
2012–2013 Vellai Thamarai
2013–2014 Vamsam Nagavalli
Uravugal Sangamam Raj TV
Ranga Vilas Vairamani Jaya TV
2015–2018 Kula Deivam Gnanambal Sun TV
2017 Rekka Katti Parakkudhu Manasu Thyaramma Zee Tamil
Saravanan Meenatchi Guest appearance STAR Vijay
2018–Present Roja Annapoorani Sun TV
2018 Chinna Thambi Kadambavanathu Amma STAR Vijay
2019–Present Nachiyarpuram Appatha Zee Tamil

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.onenov.in/vadivukkarasi-actress/
  2. ^ S. R. Ashok Kumar (17 December 2009). "Grill Mill-Vadivukkarasi". The Hindu. Retrieved 19 October 2016.
  3. ^ http://www.cinesouth.com/masala/appo/14062006.shtml
  4. ^ V; November 26, hana On; 2018 (26 November 2018). "'I Played Wife, Mother & Grandmother In My 20s. I Got Used To It': In Conversation With Vadivukkarasi". Silverscreen.in. Retrieved 31 March 2020.CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)

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