Madras, Madras State, India
(m. 1980;died 2017)
Shanthakumari Nambiar, known by her stage name Seema, is an Indian actress.  She has acted in 260 films in Malayalam, 25 in Tamil, 7 in Telugu, 6 in Kannada and one in Hindi. Vijayan gave her the screen name Seema. 
Seema began her career in Tamil film at the age of 18 as a dancer. She debuted as an actress in director Lisa Baby's Nizhale Nee Sakshi, but this film was shelved. (It was later completed with Vidhubala as heroine.) Veteran actor Vijayan rechristened her name as Seema during the filming of Nizhale Nee Sakshi.
At the age of 26, Seema starred as the heroine in her first movie in Malayalam titled Avalude Ravukal (Her Nights), directed by I. V. Sasi.    After a few years of inactivity during 1990s, Seema became active again in 1998 in Olympiyan Anthony Adam . Seema won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress in 1984 and in 1985. Vishudha Shanthi, a biography on her life, was published by Didi Damodaran, in 2011.[ citation needed ] She achieved the Lifetime achievement award at the 59th Idea Filmfare festival at Chennai. 
She married director I. V. Sasi on 28 August 1980. The couple have two children, one daughter Anu and one son Ani.
|1974||Petha Manam Pithu|
|1975||Yarukku Maappillai Yaro|
|1979||Pagalil Oru Iravu||Rajee|
|Ore Vaanam Ore Bhoomi||Rani|
|Ellam Un Kairasi||Rani|
|Enga Ooru Kannagi|
|2001||Paarthale Paravasam||Madhava's mother|
|2003||Anbe Sivam||Bala's Aunt|
|2011||Siddhu +2||Pavithra's Grandmother|
|2020||Oh My Kadavule||Judge|
|2022||Kaathuvaakula Rendu Kaadhal||Minah Kaif|
|Veetla Vishesham||Unni's sister-in-law|
|1980||Tholi Kodi Koosindi||Devudumma|
|Aadavaallu Meeku Joharlu|
|2000||Jannal (Ammavukku rendula raaghu)||Avayambal||Raj TV||Tamil|
|2004–2005||Chinna Papa Periya Papa||Chinna Papa||Sun TV||Tamil||Season 2|
|2005 - 2006||Manthrakodi||Asianet|
|2007||Thingalum Tharakangalum||Balasaraswathi||Amrita TV|
|2007–2008||Manjal Magimai||Kalaignar TV||Tamil|
|2013–2017||Vamsam||Thangamma / Ponnuthaayi||Sun TV|
|2013–2014||Ival Yamuna||Lakshmi||Mazhavil Manorama|
|2015||Chinna Papa Periya Papa||Chinna Papa (Special Appearance)||Sun TV||Tamil||Season 3|
|2016||Amruthavarshini||Saraswathy a.k.a. Sarasu||Janam TV||Malayalam|
|2019–2020||Kandukonden Kandukonden||Anjana Devi||Zee Tamil||Tamil|
|2021||Sembaruthi||Sundaravalli||Zee Tamil||Tamil||Special appearance|
|2010||Rani Maharani||Participant||Surya TV|
|2011||Vivel Big Break||Judge|
|2014||Celebrity Kitchen||Guest||Puthuyugam TV||Tamil|
|2014||Nere Chovve||Guest||Manorama News||Malayalam|
|2014||Comedy Festival||Judge||Mazhavil Manorama|
|2015||JB junction||Guest||Kairali TV|
|2016||Onnum Onnum Moonu||Guest||Mazhavil Manorama|
|2016||Comedy Super Nite||Guest||Flowers TV|
|2017||Lal Salam||Guest||Amrita TV|
|2018||Comedy Stars season 2||Judge||Asianet|
|2018||Straight Line||Guest||Kaumudy TV|
|2018||Flowers Top Singer||Judge||Flowers TV|
|2018||Utsavam Super Star||Judge|
|2018||Vanitha Film Awards||Awardee|
|2019||Comedy Stars Season 2||Judge||Asianet|
|2019||Ennum Seemayude Dhinangal||Guest||Kaumudy TV|
|2020||Comedy Super Show||Guest||Flowers TV|
|2021||Red Carpet||Mentor||Amrita TV|
|2021||Flowers Top Singer Season 2||Judge||Flowers TV|
|2021–2022||Comedy Stars Season 3||Judge||Asianet|
|2022||Oru Chiri Iru Chiri Bumper Chiri||Special Judge|
|2022||Flowers Oru Kodi||Participant||Flowers TV|
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