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South indian malayalam film actress parvathy menon

Date Of Birth : 07 Apr, 1988 Age : 29


Parvathy Thiruvoth Kottuvata, known mononymously as Parvathy, is an Indian film actress from Kozhikode, Kerala, who appears in South Indian films. She made her debut in the Malayalam film Out of Syllabus in 2006. Parvathy was born in Kozhikode, Kerala, to P Vinod Kumar and T K Usha Kumari, both Lawyers. She has a brother, Karunakaran. Her initials come from her mother's family name, Thiruvoth Kottuvata. During her schooling years, her family moved to Thiruvananthapuram and she pursued her studies there. She finished her schooling from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Pangode. She is a Bharatanatyam dancer. After finishing her B.A. in English Literature from All Saints' College at Trivandrum, Kerala, she is currently pursuing her M.A. through distance education. She was a successful television anchor at Kiran TV, a full-time music channel based in Thiruvananthapuram. Parvathy made her acting debut in the 2006 Malayalam film Out of Syllabus, portraying a supporting role as a college student. Her second venture, Rosshan Andrrews' Notebook, won media attention due to its theme on teenage pregnancy. Parvathy appeared alongside Roma Asrani and Mariya Roy, after being picked for one of the three main roles from five thousand applicants. She was also seen in Sathyan Anthikkad's comedy drama film, Vinodayathra (2007), playing a supporting role alongside an ensemble cast including Dileep, Mukesh and Meera Jasmine. Her first leading role was in the Kannada film Milana, which became a commercial success upon release. Pairing alongside Puneet Rajkumar, she was a surprise selection for the film and began working on the film in April 2007. The film won mixed reviews, but the actress's role was praised with a critic noting she "has been a wonderful selection for the role", adding that "she has that right attitude for the role". The film went on to become a big commercial success, running for 450 days at a multiplex in Bangalore. Source : Wikipedia