Divyadarshini Actor

Divyadharshini Neelakandan (born 17 February 1982) is an Indian television personality and actress from Tamil Nadu. She has also appeared in a few Tamil films. She is sometimes referred to as "D.D.". Divyadarshini began her career when she was 14 as an anchor for “Nutrine Mahalacto Ungal Theerpu.” She then got her break in acting through K. Balachander's “Rekkaikatiya Manasu.” Since then, she has established herself as a versatile actress. DD has also continued to host several reality TV shows, and is known especially for the shows she anchors in Vijay TV including Jodi Number One and Boys Vs. Girls. Famous for their energetic, bubbly humor, she and Deepak make the ultimate anchoring duo of Tamil television. She Participated in Jodi No 1 Season 4, which is co-hosted by her sister, Priyadarshini. Lost her father at young age and hence went to work. Made her younger brother a pilot from her hard earned money. She likes to study. So, she has joined a post graduate course recently, as of 11 April 2012.

Personal details

Date of birth
February 17th, 1984
Place of birth
Chennai, India
Nationality
India

Family

Parents
Siblings

Movie performances

1. Whistle (2003)

played Srawathi
Runtime Producers Directors Writers Top cast Awards Budget Movie on internet
153.0
3 Show list

Whistle is a 2003 Tamil slasher film Tamil film which is a remake of the English horror film Urban Legend. Although the film was an average grosser, its music became very successful. The film was the debut of Vikramaditya Shukla in the lead role.

Awards

Top cast

Professor
Maya
Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
Fowzia Fathima
Tamil
India

2. Nala Damayanthi (2003)

Comedy
played Bhagyam
Runtime Producers Directors Writers Top cast Awards Budget Movie on internet
138.0
Chandra Haasan
,
Kamal Haasan
,
Kamal Haasan
10 Show list

Nala Damayanthi is a 2003 Tamil comedy film directed by Mouli and written and produced by Kamal Hassan. The film stars Madhavan in the lead role, with Geetu Mohandas and Shrutika playing supporting roles. The film released in June 2003. The Hindu called the film a "decent offering".

Awards

Top cast

Ramji
Passport Officer
Amloo
Ramji's Uncle
Badri
Ramji's Cousin#2
Ramji's Cousin#1
Flight Passenger
Immigration Officer
Damayanthi
Subjects Music by Cinematographers Costumography Soundtrack Languages Country
Ramesh Vinayakam
R. Siddharth
English, Tamil
India

Wikipedia

Check Divyadarshini on wikipedia.

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