Nallennai Chitra acted in Malayalam movies akin to Panchagni and Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha apart from showing in a number of Tamil motion pictures.
Veteran South actor Nallennai Chitra handed away as we speak, 21 August at her residence in Chennai. She was 56-years-old and died following a coronary heart assault earlier this morning.
In line with The Information Minute, Chitra was residing along with her household in Chennai’s Saligramam space. She is survived by her husband Vijayaraghavan and daughter Mahalakshmi. In the meantime, her sudden demise has shocked the movie trade.
After the tragic information of her passing away got here out, condolence messages are pouring in from celebrities and followers.
Chitra was a well-liked face within the South Trade who has acted in a number of Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada motion pictures. Her most excellent performances include roles in Pathamudayam (1985), Kalikkalam (1990), and Devasuram (1993).
The veteran actor was nicknamed ‘NallennaiChithra’ after she was a part of a Nallennai business that went viral years in the past. In her appearing profession, she has been a part of over 100 movies and has additionally shared display screen area with famend actors like Prem Nazir and Mohanlal.
Chitra began her profession as a baby artist in director Ok Balachander’s movie Apoorva Raagangal within the 12 months 1975. The film featured Kamal Haasan, Srividya, and in addition had celebrity Rajinikanth making his debut. Throughout that point, the film was certainly one of Balachander’s greatest hits that additionally gained the director a Nationwide Award for the perfect characteristic movie in Tamil, studies Times of India.
Born as a second little one to her dad and mom in 1965, Chitra moved to behave in movies after her tenth grade. Through the 80s and 90s interval, Chitra starred reverse massive actors each in Malayalam and Tamil industries. Her first debut movie as an grownup was reverse Mohanlal and Prem Nazir within the film Attakalasham which was launched in 1983. A few of her greatest Malayalam hits embrace Panchgani, Rajavazhcha, Devasuram, Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha, Nayam Vyakthamakunnu, Ekalavyan, Aaram Thamburan, Commissioner, Ustaad amongst others.
Within the late 90s, Chitra stopped appearing on the peak of her profession as a consequence of private causes. Later, she discontinued movies after marriage. It was current that she began working again on the Tamil small display screen.