Yuvarani

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Yuvarani
Born (1974-11-30) 30 November 1974 (age 44)
India
Other namesYuvarani Ravindra
OccupationActress
Years active1990–present
Spouse(s)Ravindran
(m.2000-present)

Yuvarani (born 30 November 1974) is an Indian film and television actress. She has appeared in several Tamil films in the female lead role while she has also featured in television serials. She is notable for her roles as Rajinikanth's sister in Baashha and for her role as Prabhavathy in the Tamil Serial Chithi and Sundari in Thendral. Among ber notable movies and serials, her role as Prabhavathy in her debut Sun Tv Serial Chithi increased her fame.[1][2]

Controversy[edit]

In April 2010, Yuvarani won RM70,000 in damages in a defamation suit against two distributors and the publisher of popular monthly magazine Indian Movie News (IMN). She filed the civil suit in 2003 against Percetakan Kum, distributor of IMN in Peninsular Malaysia Mentakab Agency (M) Sdn Bhd, publisher Indian Movie News Publications (M) Sdn Bhd and IMN distributor in Singapore, Indian Movie News Publications P/L. The actress claimed she had been defamed by material printed and published in the Tamil language by the defendants in two issues of IMN, namely the April 1998 and August 1998 issues. She alleged that the materials published were false and done with malicious intent.[3][4]

The actress was also named in the Nityananda sex scandal in March 2010 and went on to file a petition with the Chennai police commissioner requesting that the video be removed from the Internet.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1991 Azhagan Nirmala
1991 Thambi Oorukku Pudhusu Jayanthi
1992 Pudhu Varusham
1993 Jathi Malli Berlin
1993 Koyil Kaalai Usha
1993 Minimini Poochigal Bhargavi
1993 Kondapalli Raja Kamala Telugu film
1993 Mutha Mestri Telugu film
1993 Mafia Malayalam film
1993 Sendhoorapandi Meena
1994 Chinna Madam Meera
1994 Nila Subha
1994 Veeramani Rakeswari
1995 Baashha Geetha
1995 Pasumpon Thenmozhi
1995 Chellakannu Chandra
1996 Thirumbi Paar Madhavi
1996 Mappillai Manasu Poopola Ponni
1997 Sakthi Raani
1999 Adutha Kattam Usha
2001 Ullam Kollai Poguthae Lavanya
2001 Parthale Paravasam Miss Chennai Host
2001 Kottai Mariamman Raani
2002 Solla Marandha Kadhai
2003 Ice
2003 Indru Mudhal
2003 Aasai Aasaiyai Vinod's sister-in-law
2008 Silambattam Duraisingam's wife
2009 Jaganmohini Mangayarkarasi
2010 Thambikku Indha Ooru Rajasekhar's wife
2010 Singam Dhanalakshmi
2010 Indrasena
2010 Gowravargal Thondaiman's wife
2010 Sura Samuthira Raja's wife
2010 Thambi Arjuna
2011 Aadu Puli Mrs. Thillainayagam
2012 Ishtam Sandhya's aunt
2012 18 Vayasu Karthik's mother
2012 Mirattal Shankar Dhadha's wife
2013 Singam 2 Dhanalakshmi
2013 Jannal Oram Subbaiah's mother
2014 Azhagiya Pandipuram
2015 Iravum Pagalum Varum
2015 Kalai Vendhan
2016 Summave Aaduvom
2017 Singam 3 Dhanalakshmi
2018 Kadaikutty Singam Samyuktha Rani

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Channel Language
1996-1998 Kadhal Pagadai Sun TV Tamil
1999-2001 Chithi Prabhavathi Krishnan
2006-2010 Agni Pravesham Manjula Jaya TV
2007-2008 Suryavamsam Nandhini Sun TV
2008 Thiruvillayadal Indrani
2008 Sree Mahabhagavatham Yashoda Asianet Malayalam
2008-2010 Senthurapoove Easwari Devi Sun TV Tamil
2009 Kalyanam Mayawathi
2010-2013 Thendral Thirupura Sundhari Laxman
2013-2014 Mamiyar Thevai Gayathri Zee Tamizh
2013-2014 Uravugal Sangamam Raj TV
2014 Mannan Magal Arundhati Jaya TV
2016–2019 Bharya Jayaprabha Vishwanathan Asianet Malayalam
2016 Pasamalar Vaitheeswari Sun TV Tamil
2017 Lakshmi Kalyanam Rajarajeswari Vijay TV
2017 Ganga Kanaka Sun TV
2017–2018 Poove Poochudava Subhadra Zee Tamizh
2018 Ponnukku Thanga Manasu Shanthi Vijay TV
2019-Present Chandrakumari Rohini Sun TV

Awards and Nominations[edit]

  • 2017 : Asianet television awards 2017 - Best Character Actress (Nominations) - Bharya
  • 2018 : Asianet television awards 2018 - Best Character Actress (Nominations) - Bharya

References[edit]

  1. ^ "A formula one serial". The Hindu. 10 October 2001. Retrieved 13 October 2013.
  2. ^ "Yuvarani". nettv4u.com. Retrieved 20 April 2015.
  3. ^ "Archives – The Star Online". thestar.com.my. Retrieved 12 January 2014.
  4. ^ "Archives – The Star Online". thestar.com. Retrieved 12 January 2014.
  5. ^ "Sex video of Swami Nityananda with another Tamil film actress emerges". Sify.com. 25 March 2010. Retrieved 13 October 2013.