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Sreedevi Panicker

(1984-05-06) 6 May 1984 (age 39)[ citation needed ]
Palakkad, Kerala, India
Nationality Indian
Education Master of Business Administration [1]
  • Actor
  • Director
Years active2004–present
Rohit Ramachandran
(m. 2010)

Sridevika (born 6 May 1984) is an Indian actress who has appeared in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada film industries. [2]


Early days

Sridevika was born in Palakkad, Kerala. She married Rohit Ramachandran, an airline pilot, in March 2010.

Her entrance in Tamil films by pairing opposite Jai Akash in Agathiyan's Ramakrishna (2004) and then opposite Ramana in Anda Naal Nyabagam (2005). She subsequently went on to appear in Telugu films like Rajababu , Malayalam films such as Avan Chandiyude Makan (2007), Parthan Kanda Paralokam (2008) and Manjadikuru (2012), and Kannada films including My Autograph (2006) opposite Sudeep. She has also directed a Malayalam web series called Random Wekaram.


2003 Meerayude Dukhavum Muthuvinte Swapnavum Rajendran's sisterMalayalam
2004 Kerala House Udan Vilpanakku DamayantiMalayalam
2004 Ramakrishna PooncholaiTamil
2005 Anda Naal Nyabagam Tamil
2005 Anbe Vaa PriyaTamil
2006 Rajababu AnjaliTelugu
2006 Red Salute Annie Joseph ThomasMalayalam
2006 My Autograph LathikaKannada
2006 Neelakanta GangaKannada
2007 Santha SandhyaKannada
2007 Kshana Kshana Kannada
2007 Avan Chandiyude Makan ShobhaMalayalam
2008 Parthan Kanda Paralokam SathyabhamaMalayalam
2008 Chempada MeenakshiMalayalam
2009 Gnabagangal MeeraTamil
2009 Mayamalika MayaMalayalam
2012 Manjadikuru LathaMalayalam
2017 -2019 Random Wekaram DirectorMalayalamWebseries
2018 Oru Kuprasidha Payyan Anuradha SreedharMalayalam

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