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Archana (actress)

Archana
Occupation Actress and dancer
Years active 1982–present
Awards National Film Award

Archana is an Indian film actress and accomplished Kuchipudi and Kathak dancer, known for her works in the South Indian film industry.[1][2] She has won the National Film Award for Best Actress, twice for her work in Veedu in Tamil and Daasi in Telugu.

Early life and career

Archana was born in Andhra Pradesh into a Telugu speaking family. She is a graduate in acting from the Tamil Nadu Institute of Film Technology. She made her acting debut with the Hindi film, Yaadon Ki Baaraat,1973.

She then acted in Telugu, Tamil, Kannada and Malayalam language films, under directors such as B. Narsing Rao, Balu Mahendra, P. N. Menon, Shankar Nag and Vamsi.[3]

Awards and honors

Filmfare Awards South
National Film Awards
Nandi Awards
Tamil Nadu State Film Awards

Filmography

Tamil

Malayalam

  • Thammil Thammil (Malayalam 1985) with Mammootty
  • Malamukalile Daivam (1986)
  • Piravi (Malayalam, 1989) as Chakyar's daughter
  • Onnaam Muhoortham (1991) ....
  • Yamanam (Malayalam, 1992) as Ambili
  • Sammohanam (Malayalam, 1994) as Pennu
  • Madaamma (1996)

Telugu

Kannada

Bengali

Hindi

English

  • Gangapur (English)

References

  1. ^ "Waiting for good roles: Archana".  
  2. ^ "Star Talk - Archana". IndiaGlitz. 22 August 2007. Retrieved 8 May 2010. 
  3. ^ "35th National Film Awards" (PDF). iffi.nic.in. Directorate of Film Festivals. p. 29. Retrieved 7 August 2011. 
  4. ^ "Rajini, Kamal win best actor awards". Chennai, India:  

External links

  • Archana at IMDb.
  • Archana at MSI
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