|Died||5 April 2019 67)(aged|
|Occupation||Dubbing artist, actress, radio announcer|
|Years active||1969– 5 April 2019|
Anandavally C. R. (died 5 April 2019) was a Malayalam film actress and dubbing artist. She was an active dubbing artist in the Malayalam film industry.
Anandavally born into an Agricultural family at Veliyam, Quilon District, Kerala, India to Tamil parents. She attended Schooling in "Kaiyela School" - Veliyam, where she began acting in school plays and later started story telling performance (Kadhaprasangam).
Kerala is a state on the southwestern Malabar Coast of India. It was formed on 1 November 1956, following passage of the States Reorganisation Act, by combining Malayalam-speaking regions. Spread over 38,863 km2 (15,005 sq mi), Kerala is the twenty-second largest Indian state by area. It is bordered by Karnataka to the north and northeast, Tamil Nadu to the east and south, and the Lakshadweep Sea to the west. With 33,387,677 inhabitants as per the 2011 Census, Kerala is the thirteenth-largest Indian state by population. It is divided into 14 districts with the capital being Trivandrum. Malayalam is the most widely spoken language and is also the official language of the state.
The Tamil people, also known as Tamilar, Tamilians or simply Tamils, are an ethnic group who speak the language Tamil as their mother tongue and trace their ancestry to Southern India and north-eastern Sri Lanka. Tamils, with a population of around 76 million and with a documented history stretching back over 2,000 years, are one of the largest and oldest extant ethnolinguistic groups in the modern world. Tamils constitute 5.9% of the population in India, 15.3% in Sri Lanka, 6% in Mauritius, 7% in Malaysia and 5% in Singapore.
Veliyam is a village in Kerala, India. It is situated near Kottarakara in the Kollam district of Kerala. A. Sreedhara Menon briefly narrates the historical importance of this place in his book Kerala History. Veliyam Anchu Murthy Temple and Veliyam Subramanya Swami Temple famously known as Kerala Palani Veliyam Kovil are two most famous and oldest Temple in the village.
Anandavally used to sing for dramas even while a teenager. But unexpectedly, her acting skills were put to test in front of a large audience during for the drama "Chithalu Kayariya Bhoomi" in 1969. Then she started performing in several dramas of "KPAC", "Kalidasa Kalakendram", Deshabhimani Theaters-Attingal, Kerala Theaters-Kottayam and Kayamkulam Peoples Theaters.
She also worked as announcer in All India Radio.
Anandavally entered the film industry through the film "Kadu" and went on to act in below given films. She became interested in pursuing a career in the entertainment industry following a minor role in various Malayalam films, where she remained a regular until she decided to pursue a dubbing artist career.
In 1973, she debuted as a dubbing artist and gave sound for actress Rajasri in the film Devi Kanyakumari. Manjil Virinja Pookkal Malayalam film dubbed for Poornima Jayaram was the break through. Thereafter, Anandavally have not looked back. She has dubbed for numerous Malayalam films. She gave her voice for several leading heroines, the list as Geetha, Silksmitha, Sumalatha, Madhavi, Menaka, Ambika, Urvasi, Jayapradha, Karthika, Parvathy, Gauthami, Suhasini, Sobhana, Sukanya, Sarada, Saritha, Suchitra, Bangalore Bharathi, Bhanupriya, Rekha, Revathi, Renjini, Mohini, Nanditha Bose, Vinayaprasad, Kanaka, Khushboo, Urmila Unni, Unni Mary, Santhikrishna and so on. She won a Kerala State Award for the Malayalam film Aadharam dubbed for actress Geetha.
Manjil Virinja Pookkal is a 1980 Indian Malayalam-language musical romantic thriller film produced by Navodaya Appachan, written and directed by Fazil. It stars Shankar, Poornima Jayaram, Mohanlal. The original soundtrack was composed by Jerry Amaldev and cinematography was done by Ashok Kumar.
Sumalatha is an Indian film actress and politician from Karnataka. She has acted in more than 220 films in Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Tamil and Hindi. Her most recognised role was as Clara from the 1987 film Thoovanathumbikal directed by P. Padmarajan. The film was ranked #8 by IBN Live in its list of greatest Indian films of all time. She gained popularity in Malayalam cinema and later married Kannada actor-politician Ambareesh and has a son Abhishek Ambaresh.
Jaya Prada is an Indian film actress and politician.
|Bharya Illaatha Rathri||1975|
|Hridayam Oru Kshethram||1976|
|Amba Ambika Ambalika||1976||Maid Lalitha|
|Pinneyum Pookkunna Kaadu||1981|
|Swarna Gopuram||1984||Mercy's stepmother|
|Parayanum Vayya Parayathirikkanum Vayya||1985|
|Inquilabinte Puthri||1988||Sumithra Menon|
|Neelakkuyil (TV series) (Asianet)||2018–2019||Muttashi|
|List of Film Dubbed||Dubbed for||Year|
|Chora Chuvanna Chora||1980|
|Manjil Virinja Pookkal||Poornima Jayaram||1980|
|Oothi Kaachiya Ponnu||Poornima Jayaram||1981|
|Ruby My darling||Poornima Jayaram||1982|
|Ee Nadu||Anjali Naidu||1982|
|Chambal kadu Swapna||1982|
|Oru Thira Pinneyum Thira||Swapna||1982|
|Padayottam (70mm)||Lakshmi,Poornima Jayaram||1982|
|John Jaffer Janardhanan||Madhavi||1982|
|Snehapoorvam Meera||Poornima Jayaram||1982|
|Sree Ayyappanum Vavarum||1982|
|Ethiri Neurm Othiri Kaariyum||1982|
|Velicham Vitharunna Pennkutty||Poornima Jayaram||1982|
|Mazha Nilaavu||Poornima Jayaram||1983|
|Manas Oru Mahasamudram||Seema||1983|
|Karriyam Nissaram||Poornima Jayaram||1983|
|Aa Raathri||Poornima Jayaram||1983|
|Oru Mukham Pala Mukham||Seema||1983|
|Pinn Nilaavu||Poornima Jayaram||1983|
|Sandhya Mayangum Neram||Unnimary||1983|
|Saagara Sangamam||Sylaja,Manju Bargavi||1983|
|Engane Nee Marakkum||Menaka||1983|
|Lekhayude Maranam Oru Flashback||Subha||1983|
|Prashnam Gurutharam||Poornima Jayaram||1983|
|Theeram Thedunna Thira||Ambika||1983|
|Onnanu Nammal||Poornima Jayaram||1984|
|Veruthe Oru Pinakkom||Poornima Jayaram||1984|
|Makale Mappu Tharu||Satyakala, Sadhana||1984|
|Veendum Chalikkunna Chakram||Menaka||1984|
|Manasse Ninakku Mangalam||Menaka||1984|
|Swandam Evide Bandam Evide||Swapna||1984|
|Aadaminte Vaariyellu||Suhasini (old), Surya||1984|
|Oru Kochu Swapnam||Unnimary||1984|
|Onnum Mindaatha Bharya||Menaka||1984|
|Kaliyil Alpam Karyam||Lissy||1984|
|Oru Thettinte Katha||1984|
|Unni Vanna Divasom||Suhasini||1984|
|Mani Thaali||Seema,Unnimary Mother||1984|
|Thirakkil Alppam Samayam||Menaka||1984|
|Thathamme Poocha Poocha||Suhasini||1984|
|Oru Painkili Katha||Rohini, Manochitra||1984|
|Oru Kochu katha Arum parayatha Katha||Saritha||1984|
|Punnaram Cholli Cholli||Lissy||1985|
|Ee Thanalil Ithiri Nerum||Rohini||1985|
|Makan Ente Makan||Radhika||1985|
|Thingalazccha Nalla Divasam||Unnimary||1985|
|Aram + Aram = Kinnaram||Pooja Saxena||1985|
|Oduvil Kiitiya Vartha||1985|
|Onnanam Kunnil Oradi Kunnil||Pooja Saxena||1985|
|Akkacheyude Kunjuvava||Uma Bannerjee||1985|
|Revenge||Silk Smitha, Anuradha||1985|
|Guruji Oru Vakku||Manochitra||1985|
|Oru Nokku Kaanan||Ambika||1985|
|Parayanum Vayya Parayathirikkanum Vayya||Menaka||1985|
|Akkare Ninnoru Maran||Menaka||1985|
|Boeing Boeing||Menaka, Lissy||1985|
|Eniyum Katha Thudarum||Jayapradha||1985|
|Ee Lokam Evide Kure Manushyar||Kajol Kiran||1985|
|Adhyayam Onnu Muthal||Madhavi||1985|
|Onathumbikkoru Oonjaal||Shoma Anand||1985|
|Puli Varunne Puli||Unnimary||1985|
|Aa Nerum Alpa Dooram||1985|
|Uyarukm Njan Nadaake||Aruna||1985|
|Scene No. 7||Aruna||1985|
|Vannu Kandu Keezhadakki||1985|
|Ezhu Muthal Onpathu Vare||Anuradha||1985|
|Gayathridevi Ente Amma||1985|
|Pappan Priyappetta Pappan||Unnimary||1986|
|Ayalvasi Oru Daridravasi||1986|
|Oru Katha Oru Nunakkatha||Geetha||1986|
|Mazha Peyyunnu Maddalam Kottunnu||Lissy,Priya||1986|
|Bharya Oru Manthri||Chitra||1986|
|T. P. Balagopalan M. A.||Sobhana||1986|
|Kshamichu Ennoru Vakku||Geetha||1986|
|Poomukhappadyyil Ninneum Kaathu||Sulakshana||1986|
|Dhim Tharikita Thom||Priya||1986|
|Katturumbinum Kathu Kuthu||1986|
|Nandi Veendum Varika||Radha||1986|
|Atham Chithira Chothy||1986|
|Ponnum Kudathinu Pottu||1986|
|Ente Entethu Mathram||1986|
|Meena Masathile Sooryan||1986|
|Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha||Geetha||1989|
|His Highness Abdullah||Gauthami||1990|
|Kallu Kondoru Pennu||Vijayashanti||1998|
Kerala State Film Awards
|1.||Kalai Selvam - 1997||South Indian Artist Association, Chennai.|
|2.||Guru Pooja Puraskaram - 2009||Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi|
|3.||Kural Selvam - 2011||South Indian Cine Artists & Dubbing Union, Chennai.|
|4.||Award for contribution to Malayalam Film Industry||100 years of Indian Cinema Celebration - 2013 at Chennai.|
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Raakilipaatu is a 2007 Malayalam film directed Priyadarshan based on the 1999 Marathi film Bindhaast. It stars Jyothika, Sharbani Mukherjee, Tabu and Lakshmi. The songs were composed by Vidyasagar while the background score was composed by S. P. Venkatesh. Originally planned to be made as a bilingual, in Tamil and in Malayalam, the film released first in 2000 in Tamil only as Snegithiye, while the Malayalam version as well as the dubbed Hindi version, Friendship, released only seven years later.Jyothika was nominated for best actress category at Filmfare Awards South.
Rani Chandra was a Malayalam film actress and winner of the Miss Kerala Title. She died in a plane crash in 1976. She acted in several landmark films such as Nellu, Bhadrakali and Swapnadanam.
Abhimanyu is a 1991 Indian Malayalam-language crime drama film directed by Priyadarshan and written by T. Damodaran. It stars Mohanlal, Geetha, and Shankar in the lead roles. The plot revolves around Mumbai underworld and the transformation of an innocent guy into a criminal, who later becomes a don in the city. The tagline of the movie is Crime Never Pays.
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