Friday, 20 April 2012

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Kerala Film Actress Biography
Biju Menon is an Indian film actor who has mainly worked in Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu films. He appears mostly in supporting roles, but has also acted in antagonistic  roles. He made his debut in 1995 in Mannar Mathai Speaking. He is noted for his performance in films such as Meghamalhar, Madhuranombarakattu, Shivam, Krishnagudiyil Oru Pranayakalathu, Kannezhuthi Pottum Thottu and Marykkundoru Kunjaadu.
Biju Menon started his acting career through Malayalam television serials such as Ningalude Swantham Chanthu and Mikhayelinte Santhathikal. He made his debut in films with Puthran, the sequel of Mikhayelinte Santhathikal. He acted in a number of movies as villain and second hero. During the second half of nineties, he was considered to be the superstar in making. But most of the films with Biju Menon as hero failed in box office though his roles as second hero were very popular. He acted with Suresh Gopi in a number of super hit movies like Pathram, F. I. R., and Chinthamani Kolacase. During the later 1990s and early 2000s he appeared in a few offbeat movies with directors like T. V. Chandran, Lenin Rajendran, and Kamal in the films Mazha, Madhuranombarakkattu, Anyar, and Meghamalhar.
He is considered to be one of the favorite actors of director Lal Jose, as he has appeared in the majority of movies directed by him, including Oru Maravathoor Kanavu, Chandranudikkunna Dikhil, Randaam Bhavam, Rasikan, Chanthupottu, Pattalam and Mulla.
In 1997, he won the Kerala State Film Award for Second Best Actor for his role as Akhilachandran in Krishnagudiyil Oru Pranayakalathu. He also acts as an antagonist in Tamil films as well and has been successful in films like Majaa and Thambi.
[edit] Personal life
Menon was born on September 9, 1970 to Madathil PN Balakrishna Pillai and Malathi Amma. He has four brothers: Soman, Suresh, Rajendran and Sreekumar.[1] He is married to the former Malayalam actress Samyuktha Varma, who co-starred with him in Mazha, Madhuranombarakkattu and Meghamalhar.[2][3]

She started her career as an actress in the Malayalam film Anaswaram  (1991), directed by Jomon, playing the female lead opposite Mammootty, after which she focused on modeling.[3]  She competed in the Miss India contest in 1994 and finished second runner up behind Sushmita Sen and Aishwarya Rai.[2]  She became the first Gladrags female super model in 1994 (Kelly Dorjee was the male super model) and then, Miss Asia Pacific runner up in 1994 in Manila Cebu Island, Philippines.[2][4]  She is 5 feet, 7 inches tall. She subsequently made her debut in Bollywood  and appeared in over 30 films; some of her Bollywood films include, Asoka (2001), Maqbool  (2003) and Corporate (2006).
She returned to Malayalam in 2006 with Thantra and then went on to do famous Malayalam films such as Keerthi Chakra (2006) and the award-winning Paradesi. Her performance as Sarojini, a middle-class woman who fights against extreme odds, in the film, Madhya Venal earned her a special mention by Jury Chairman Bahman Ghobadi – famous Iranian director at the International Film Festival of Kerala. In 2010, she won the Kerala State Government's Best Actress for her portrayal of Cheeru, a village woman in the film Paleri Manikyam: Oru Pathirakolapathakathinte Katha directed by Ranjith. She also won Mathrubhumi-Amrita TV Special Jury Award and the Asianet Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for the same film. In 2011, Shweta Menon starred in the remake of Rathinirvedam, essaying the titular character, originally played by Jayabharathi.
Shweta recently approached a local court and the Women's Commission in Kerala after the distributor of her movie Kayam tied up with Musli Power, a sex stimulant drug, to jointly promote the movie. "Met with Womens' Commission regarding the Kayam ad and they offered me full backing. Thank you all and I hope justice will be done," she tweeted recently. While media profusely supported her with wide coverage, many saw it as a bold attempt by a female actor against what she perceived as gross injustice to her.
[edit] Television
Besides working in films, she has anchored several TV, stage and film awards shows. She rose to popularity after presenting the musical programme, Star Wars on Kairali TV in 2008.[5] She won the Asian Television Award for Best Anchor for the same program. In Hindi, she hosted the group band based show, Razzmatazz on Zee TV along with actor Arshad Warsi.[6] The next television show which she did was Dancing Queen in 2008 on Colors and later in 2010, she anchored the Malayalam reality show, Honeymoon Travels on Surya TV. The show became an instant hit for Shwetha's accented Malayalam and her attempts to read from the original script without a formal learning in the language. Recently, she appeared as a contestant with her father in game show, Deal or No Deal on Surya TV. She is at present the anchor of the family based reality show Veruthe Alla Bharya in Mazhavillu Manorama.[7]
[edit] Personal life
On 18 June 2011, she married Sreevalsan Menon, a native of Thrissur, who works in Mumbai. The ceremony took place at the Neythalappurath Sastha Ayappa temple, Valanchery, Kerala.[8]

source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shweta_Menon

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