Soundarya Sathyanarayana

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Soundarya (July 18, 1971 – April 17, 2004) was an Indian entertainer and maker who worked in the Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Hindi movies, primarily in the number one spot jobs.

Soundarya Sathyanarayana Bio :

Soundarya was naturally introduced to a group of Kannada and has maker K. S. Satyanarayana, author and maker of kannada film. She interfered with her M.B.B.S. first year in Bangalore. She wedded G. S. Raghu, a beloved companion and programming engineer. She appreciated extraordinary notoriety and gigantic kindness among Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and is presumably the best entertainer after the account of Mahanati Savitri throughout the entire existence of Telugu film. It is regularly called “Savitri of present day Telugu film“. Soundarya Sathyanarayana passed on in a plane accident in 2004 with her sibling Amarnath in Bangalore during a political race.

Soundarya Sathyanarayana Career :

In 2002, she got the Public Film awards for Best Component Film as a maker for the film Kannada Dweepa. She has gotten two Karnataka State Film Grants for Best Entertainer, a few Filmfare awards South and the Nandi awards for her exhibitions in such movies as Ammoru (1994), Anthapuram (1998), Raja (1999), Dweepa (2002) and Aaptamitra ( 2004). . At the stature of her profession, Soundarya Sathyanarayana passed on in a plane accident close to Bangalore on April 17, 2004, while going to Andhra Pradesh to lobby for the Bharatiya Janata party. The primary movie of Soundarya was the movie Kannada Gandharva in 1992, delivered and coordinated by Hamsalekha. The exact year, she enters the motion pictures telugu (“Tollywood“) by the film Raithu Bharatham, before Krishna.

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The main film of Soundarya Sathyanarayana was Gandharva in 1992 in Kannada. She at that point featured in Telugu film Raithu Bharatham, before genius Krishna, coordinated by Tripuraneni Sriprasad, otherwise known as Varaprasad. She has coordinated in excess of 120 movies, generally in Telugu, in 12 years. Telugu entertainer Venkatesh once depicted her as “a significant entertainer” of Indian film.

Soundarya Sathyanarayana played in the Hindi film Sooryavansham, close by Amitabh Bachchan. She has additionally played in Kollywood’s super-hits, for example, Arunachalam and Padayappa, close by Rajinikanth and Kaadhala, close by Kamal Haasan. She played at Mollywood as a female head at Kilichundan Mambhazham, with Mohanlal and Sreenivasan.

Soundarya had opened 3 vagrant schools in Bangalore for his dad. After the demise of Soundarya Sathyanarayana, her mom Manjula set up schools, establishments and halfway houses for the sake of Amarsoundarya Vidalaya in Bangalore, Karnataka State, India.

Soundarya Biodata and Biography in Brief

Name Soundarya
Nick-name Soudarya
Sex Female
Date Of Birth 18 July 1971
Date Of Death 17 April 2004
Cause of Death Helicopter Crash
Age 32 Years (as in 2004)
Profession / Occupation Actress, Producer, Politician  (Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, Hindi, Malayalam)
Mother Tongue Kannada
Religion Hindu
Nation Indian
Caste Not Known
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Height / Weight 5′ 5” / 58kg
First Movie Nannai Thangi (1992, Kannada)
First Debut Movie Nannai Thangi (1992, Kannada)
Raithu Bharatham (1992, Telugu)
Ponnumani (1993, Tamil)
Sooryavansham (1999, Hindi)
Yathrakarude Sradhakku (2002, Malayalam)
Money Factor Not Known

Soundarya Sathyanarayana Filmography :

Gandharva (1992), Baa Nanna Preethisu (1992), Ponnumani (1993), Number One (1993), Mayalodu (1993), Inspector Jhansi (1993), Madam (1994), Hello Brother (1994), Allari Premi Kudu (1994), Top Hero (1994), Super Police (1994), Priyaragalu (1997), Ammoru (1995), Bhale Bullodu (1994), Raja Simham (1995), Pavitra Bandham (1996), Sipayi (1996), Senathipathi (1996), Taraka Ramudu (1997), Arunachalam (1997), Choodalani Vundi (1998), Pelli Peetalu (1998), Doni Saagali (1998), Anthapuram (1998), Dongata (1998), Kaathala Kaathala (1998), Raja (1999), Premaku Velayara (1999), Padayappa (1999), Sooryavansham (Hindi, 1999), Annayya (2000), Jayam Manade Raa (2000), Azad (2000), Devi Putrudu (2000), Ravanna (2000), Sri Manjunatha (2001), 9 Nalalu (2001), Adhipati (2001), Thavasi (2001), Premaku Swagatham (2002), Yathrakarude Sradhakku (2002), Gelupu (2002), Ivan (2002), Chokka Thangam (2003), Prema Donga (2003), Dweepa (2003), Shwetha Naga (2004), Madhumathi (2004), Shiva Shankar (2004), Apthamitra (2004), etc…

Soundarya Family and Relatives

Father K. S. Satyanarayana
Mother Manjula Sathyanarayana
Brothers Amarnath
Sisters Not Known
Marital Status Married
Husband G. S. Raghu (m.2003-2004)
Daughters None
Sons None
Uncle Not Known
Aunties Not Known
Grandfather Not Known
Grandmother Not Known
Boy friends/ Affairs G. S. Raghu

Soundarya Height, Weight and Body Measurements

Height in Centimeters 167 cm
Height in Meters 1.67 m
Height in Feet Inches 5′ 5”
Weight 58kg
Body Measurement Not Known
Breast Size Not Known
Waist Size Not Known
Hip Size Not Known
Eye Colour Brown
Hair Colour Brown

Soundarya Favorites

Favorite Colour Not Known
Favorite Actor Not Known
Favorite Actress Not Known
Favorite Food Not Known
Hobbies Not Known
Favorite Director Not Known
Favorite Movies Not Known
Favorite Book Not Known
Favorite Perfume Not Known
Favorite Sport Not Known
Favorite Destination Not Known

Awards 

Filmfare Awards (2003, 2004, 1999, 1998, 1995), Karnataka State Film Awards (1998, 2003), National Film Awards (2003), Nandi Awards (1995, 1996, 1998).

Soundarya Awards, Honours, Achievements

National Film Award 2003: Best Feature Film – Dweepa as Producer (Kannada)
Filmfare Awards South 1995: Best Actress – Ammoru (Telugu)
1998: Best Actress – Anthapuram (Telugu)
1999: Best Actress – Raja (Telugu)
2003: Best Actress – Dweepa (Kannada)
2003: Best Film – Dweepa (Won as Producer, Kannada)
2004: Best Actress – Apthamitra (Posthumously Awarded, Kannada)
Nandi Awards 1994: Best Actress – Ammoru
1996: Best Actress – Pavithra Bandham
1998: Best Actress – Anthapuram
Karnataka State Film Awards 1998: Best Actress – Doni Saagali
2003: Best Actress – Dweepa

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