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Meera Vasudevan
Born Meera Vasudevan
January 29, 1982 (1982-01-29) (age 27)
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Other name(s) Meera Vasudev
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2003-present
Spouse(s) Vishal Agarwal

Meera Vasudevan (born 29 January 1982) is an Indian film actress and model, who has appeared in Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi and Telugu-language films.[1]

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Career

Vasudevan was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra in a Tamil brahmin family as the eldest daughter to Vasudevan and Hemalatha.[2] After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and English literature, she became a successful model, appearing in many ad films,[3] shooting into fame.[2] Her entry into the film industry happened through the 2003 Hindi satirical film Rules: Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula alongside Milind Soman, her Telugu film Golmaal,[3] however, released first. The same year she made her film debut in the Tamil film industry as well, appearing in Samuthirakani's directorial debut Unnai Saranadainthen, in which she shared screen space with Venkat Prabhu and S. P. B. Charan. Her portrayal of Bobby, an adamant village girl, in the film,[4] was appreciated by critics and earned her the Tamil Nadu State Film Special Award for Best Actress.[5][6]

After unsuccessful films like Anjali I Love You in Telugu and Arivumani in Tamil, she stepped into the Malayalam film industry in 2005 with the Blessy-directed Thanmathra alongside Malayalam superstar Mohanlal. Her performance as Lekha Ramesan, a housewife and mother of two children,[7] received rave reviews and fetched her the Best Female New Face Award at the 2005 Ujala-Asianet Awards.[3]

In 2006, she again starred in a Hindi film, Jaadu Sa Chal Gayaa, after 3 years, following which she appeared in the Tamil comedy film Jerry as a police inspector and the Malayalam drama film Oruvan, in which she again enacted the role of a housewife. Vasudevan next starred in a number of Malayalam-language films, which include Ekantham, Valmeekam and Khaki and two Hindi-language films, Chain Kulii Ki Main Kulii and Thodi Life Thoda Magic, which both received immensely negative reviews and ended up as box office bombs.[8][9][10]

In 2009, she had three releases so far, the Malayalam-language films Orkkuka Vallappozhum, Decent Parties and Vairam: Fight For Justice, in which she portrayed a Malayali housewife, whose daughter gets molested and killed.[11] Projects she is currently working on include Aattanayagan, co-starring Sakthi Vasu and Remya Nambeeshan and Thasaiyinai Thee Sudinum, a periodic film set in the 1940s.[12]

Filmography

Year Film Role Language Notes
2003 Golmaal Meenakshi Narahari Telugu
Rules: Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula Radha Hindi
Unnai Saranadainthen Bobby Tamil Winner, Tamil Nadu State Film Special Award for Best Actress
2004 Anjali I Love You Telugu
2005 Arivumani Tamil
Thanmathra Lekha Ramesan Malayalam Winner, Asianet Award for Best Female New Face of the Year
2006 Jaadu Sa Chal Gayaa Nandini Hindi
Jerry Jeeva Tamil
Penn Tamil TV series
Oruvan Jaya Bharathan Malayalam
2007 Ekantham Dr. Sophie Malayalam
Valmeekam Krishnapriya Malayalam
Kanalpoovu Malayalam TV series
Khaki Sethulakshmi Ramakrishnan Malayalam
Chain Kulii Ki Main Kulii Malini Hindi
2008 Thodi Life Thoda Magic Naina Hindi
Kathi Kappal Saaral Parivallal Tamil
2009 Orkkuka Vallappozhum Malayalam
Decent Parties Sreeja Sudheendran Malayalam
Vairam: Fight For Justice Devi Sivarajan Malayalam
Aattanayagan Tamil Filming
Thasaiyinai Thee Sudinum Tamil Filming
Black Truth Malayalam Filming
Kumari Pennin Ullathile Tamil Filming
Jaanleva Nandi Hindi Filming

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