Samvrutha Sunil

Born           :  31 October 1986 Kannur, Kerala
Residence  :  Kochi, India
Occupation :  Film actress

Personal Life

Samvrutha Sunil also known as Samvritha; born October 31, 1986 is a South Indian actress from Kerala, predominantly appearing in Malayalam films. She was introduced to the film industry through the Malayalam film Rasikan directed by Lal Jose. She has appeared in Telugu and Tamil films as well. Samvrutha was born in Kannur district in the state of Kerala.She is also supposed to be an ideal actress in the selection of costumes. Samvrutha was born in Kannur, in North Kerala on October 31, 1986. She did her schooling at St. Teresas A.I.G.H.S. school in Kannur.She is enagaged to marry Akhil,a Malayali engineer settled in California. Samvrutha as the chief guest in the onam celebration of Silver Hills Hss, Kozhikode on August 30, 2008  Samvrutha's entry into the film industry happened with Rasikan (2004) with Dileep in the lead. The film was not a significant success but she was noted. After Rasikan, she played characterless movies like Nerariyan CBI (2005) and Chandrolsavam (2005). It was her character Sherly in Lal Jose's Achanurangatha Veedu (2005) which became an eye opener for her. She became more popular in the melodious song sequence "Pachappanamthathe.. " from the movie Nottam (2006), which had a catchy beat and was picturised well. Her characters in Moonamathoral (2006), Pothan Vava (2006) and Vaasthavam (2006) were memorable. Her latest releases, Hallo (2007), Arabikkatha (2007), Chocolate (2007), Minnaminnikoottam (2008), and Thirakkatha (2008), have been super hits. She appeared in a guest role in Priyanandanan's Pulijanmam (2006) and Rafi Mecartin's Hallo (2007).  After her Tamil debut Uyir, where she played the heroine opposite Srikanth. Her debut Telugu movie was Evadithe Nakenti (2007), a remake of Malayalayam hit Lion. Her hobbies include watching movies, riding her motorcycle. Her first film was to be titled Hello and directed by Ranjith had planned to do a film with the same title, but it got shelved. She was also considered for the movie Nandanam to play Balamani’s character, but the shooting was planned during her board examination. So her parents decided against her acting in that film. Starting with Rasikan, Samvritha went on to do three films with director Lal Jose, to whom she fondly refers as her mentor.

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