Chandini was born in May 1954 to Appukuttan and Mahadevi. She was the eldest among the three children. Her siblings were Herzad and Vinayakan. The first born of the family was a huge burden for her parents to bear. She grew up at a time when girls were expected to stop studies after their primary education. In fact, she had to skip her education for a while due to lack of money and support. However, she was determined to do what she wanted to do and eventually completed her Class 12th from Chellammal Higher Secondary School. Read Also: Margarita Balamuralikrishna – Biography, Images, Age, Husband, Children, Family While she was studying, Chandini along with her brother studied music under Leelavathy. Chandini enjoyed singing and dancing and performed in all her competitions.
Chandini Tamilarasan Career
Chandini had acted in a lot of Tamil plays, most notably, Ragasiya Ganam, Kalayapalayam. She made her debut as an actress in the Tamil movie Muthu. She also acted in Dheera. Later, she acted in several Tamil movies, including Tharai Kaandam, Aayirathil Oruvan, Ullam Ketkumae, Mouna Ragam and Mann. Chandini has also acted in many Hollywood movies like Gilligan’s Island, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, Kung Fu Panda, and Black Swan. She has also acted in many Tamil movies like Paatachi, Bala Ravi Kanojo, Kannaku Devathai, Piravi, Mayavaram, Punnagai Mannan and Sasikala. Despite not being a trained professional, she has won many awards, including the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1970 for the movie, Urumaadhe.
Chandini Tamilarasan Achievements
In her younger years, Tamilarasan played minor roles in many films. She first got noticed when she appeared as one of the leading ladies in Muthuraman’s Eeswar (1980). She got her breakthrough with the Malayalam film, Swargam Narakasura (1982) directed by K. G. George. She also acted in six films with Rajinikanth. In 1987, she starred in Kalpana’s music-and-dance film Kutumbam (1987) and became one of the most popular female actresses in Tamil cinema. Some of her notable films include Manorama Kalidasaan (1988), Meyyan (1989), Pukar (1991), Vedhalam (1992), and Irandam Ulagam (1992). The actress also starred in a few Bollywood films like Sultanat (1992), De Dana Dan (1993) and Dharmatma (1994).
Chandini Tamilarasan Personal Life
At the age of 19, Chandini married the manager of the theatre group Chithra. Chandini was married for seven years before she decided to divorce her husband because of the lack of a good relationship with him. Her first daughter was born to her in 1977. Later she married Chokalingam, a man who was completely opposite to her husband. Chandini made him drive the taxi while she worked with children’s children activities. Chandini is currently married to Rajendran and have a daughter Vasanthi and two sons, Udhayakumar and Arohan. She is a vegetarian and a day dreamer. She once had a dream that she was walking on the street in Mumbai when she saw a car in front of her and just as she was about to walk past it, she accidentally ran into the driver.
Tamil actresses such as Amala and Soundarya have led a successful film career and have been respected across the country. But Chandini Tamilarasan stood apart because of her strong character. She is a daring and talented actress who achieved recognition due to her daring nature. Chandini Tamilarasan may not be as popular as some of her contemporaries but her acting skills and her style of comedy are highly appreciated by fans and audience. Read Also: Dhanush’s Married Wife, Wife, Girlfriend, Daughter, Boyfriend, Wiki, Height, Feet Chandini Tamilarasan’s Bio/Age/Net Worth Chandini Tamilarasan was born on the 20th of July in 1954. She was born to Pasupathy and Velan. The model-turned-actor completed her schooling from H.H.S. Nadadar Kalaimamani College and completed her B.