Sudha Chandran


Name: Sudha Chandran

Profession:  Indian film and television actress and an accomplished Bharatanatyam dancer

Movies as Actor:
Sisters
Babuji Ek Ticket Bambai
Ameerin Aadhi Bhagavan
Paramveer Parshuram
Cleopatra
Venghai
Alexander the Great
Sathyam
Pranali
Shaadi Karke Phas Gaya Yaar
Malamaal Weekly
Smile Please
Tune Mera Dil Le Liyaa
Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hain
Maa Baap Ne Bhulso Nahi
Milan
Raghuveer
Anjaam
Daldu Chorayu Dhire Dhire
Baali Umar Ko Salaam
Phoolan Hasina Ramkali
Nishchaiy
Inteha Pyar Ki
Qaid Mein Hai Bulbul
Shola Aur Shabnam
Insaaf Ki Devi
Kurbaan
Jaan Pechaan
Jeene Ki Sazaa
Rajnartaki
Thanedaar
Pati Parmeshwar
Olavina Aasare
Thanga Kalasam
Kalam Mari Katha Mari
Ival Oru Pournami
Chinna Thambi Periya Thambi
Chinna Poove Mella Pesu
Thaye Neeye Thunai
Malarum Kiliyum
Dharmam
Vasantha Raagam
Nambinar Keduvathillai
Sarvam Sakthimayam
Naache Mayuri
Mayuri

Awards

  • 1986: National Film Award – Special Jury Award for Mayuri
  • 2004: Star Parivaar
  • 2005: Indian Television Academy Award for Best Actress in a negative role for Tumhari Disha
  • 2013: Asianet Television awards 2013 Best Character actress for Aardram
  • 2014: Vijay Television Award for Best Supporting Actress for Deivam Thandha Veedu
  • 2015: Vijay Television Award for Best Mother in Law for Deivam Thandha Veedu
  • 2016: Colors Golden Petal Award for Power Packed Performance for Naagin

  • Brief Profile:

    Chandran was born in Mumbai to a Tamil family. She had stated in an interview of Nettv4u, that she was born and raised in Mumbai, but her family originates from Vayaloor, Tiruchirapally, Tamil Nadu. Her grand parents who were the fourth generation had migrated to Palakkad, Kerala. Her father worked at USIS and is a former actor.

    In May 1981, while travelling in Tamil Nadu, Chandran met with an accident in which she lost her leg. Chandran says that this period was the toughest time of her life. She subsequently overcame her disability with the help of a prosthetic Jaipur foot.

    Chandran married assistant director Ravi Dang in 1994. She was given an honorary doctorate by Invertis University, Bareily.