Actress Kaniha Photos | Ottesi cheputunna Movie

 Actress Kaniha Photos | Ottesi cheputunna Movie

Actress Kaniha Photos

Divya Venkatasubramaniam, known also by her stage name Kanika or Kaniha, is an Indian movie actress. Kanika made her debut in the 2002 Tamil movie Five Star, she went on to work in other South Indian film industries, including Kannada, Malayalam and Telugu, also. She’s maybe best known for her performances as Eashwari in her debut movie Five Star, Gayathri in Varalaru – History of Godfather and Thenmozhi in Autograph.

Actress Kaniha Images

Kaniha with Husband         Divya Venkatasubramaniam with Son      Kaniha

Divya Venkatasubramaniam a.k.a Kaniha | The budding South In… | Flickr         


She’s had a successful run with back to back successes Bhagyadevatha and Pazhassi Raja in the Malayalam film industry. Kaniha was born in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India as the second daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Venkat Subramanian, both engineers. She studied at TVS Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Madurai and additionally won accolades including the Tamil Nadu State Award for Educational Excellence in 1999. She subsequently got accepted on value to BITS (“Birla Institute of Technology and Science”), in Pilani, Rajasthan, from where she graduated with a Mechanical Engineering degree. Having acquired her singing abilities from her youth, by participating in pop music and light music shows, Divya was interested in singing and related performing arts. While she was studying, stage performances were given by her as a pop vocalist from time to time. When she was assumed to perform at the Miss Chennai occasion, a beauty pageant competition, in 2001, she got to participate at the competition, after a version had backed out at the last second. Despite lack of expertise, she emerged triumphant at that competition, which would later pave her the way for a movie career. Susi Ganesan insisted on her acting the lead female character in his second feature film and seen her on a magazine cover page. While her name was switched to Kanika Divya finally entered the Film industry, accepting the offer. Her debut movie was the Mani Ratnam-produced Five Star (2002) with Prasanna, who made his performing debut also, in which Kaniha impersonated a conventional village girl. She finished the whole movie during her summer holidays, since she was a pupil. Kanika turned down all jobs that were later offered to her, including pictures by S. Shankar and P. C. Sreeram, and went on to finish her graduation. Even before she concluded her graduation, she completed her Telugu introduction movie Ottessi Chepputunna during her winter holidays, playing under another stage name Sravanthi. In regard to her performance, Idlebrain wrote: “Sravanthy seems homely in the movie and suited the character. She performed nicely. She’s great at dances as well”. After finishing her studies, Kanika determined to give herself a go at the Tinsel towns. She starred in the Kannada movie Annavaru (2004), a remake of Mani Ratnam’s Thalapathi (1991), stepping into Kannada filmdom, also. She followed the film with a fantastic, cameo part in Cheran’s Autograph. Kanika next appeared in a comedy oriented part in a commercial movie by K. S. Ravikumar, Aethiree along with Madhavan, Sada, in which she portrayed as a “naughty Brahmin girl”. Sify labelled her performance in the movie as “excellent”. She went on to play the female lead in Dancer opposite physically disabled Kutty, following which she returned to Telugu cinema, accepting to reprise her role in the Telugu remake of Autograph, Naa Autograph, playing the same character as in the first variation. She proved to be an actress to reckon with in the Kannada movie Sye, a remake of Tamil movie Dhill. She eventually ventured into Malayalam cinema as the heroine for the campus-based movie Ennitum. After in 2006, she appeared in her largest job till afterward, Varalaru, directed again by K. S. Ravikumar, in which she shared display space with Ajith Kumar and Asin. She won plaudits for her role as a psychologically disorded daughter. After a two-years difference, her most recent Kannada movie Rajakumari opposite Ravichandran got released, in which she got to play with the female lead character. After her marriage, when she was assumed to have bid adieu to the film industry, Kaniha returned to the Malayalam cinema in 2009, with the pictures Bhagyadevatha, directed by expert Sathyan Anthikkad and starring Jayaram and Narain also, and Pazhassi Raja, directed by reputed director Hariharan and starring Mammootty, Sarath Kumar and Padmapriya among others. While the former one, in which she played the character of a homely girl that was Christian, was tremendously successful at the box office, the latter one, a biographical picture that was historic, in which she played the character of a queen opposite Mammootty. Pazhassi Raja is being considered the greatest-grosser in the Malayalam film industry. Her performance in Bhagyadevatha led to her winning several awards. Her growing adulation in the Malayalam sector saw her finally sign laudable characters in the movies My Big Father and Christian Brothers before she took a pregnancy rest.


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