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Sona Nair
Born (1975-06-26) 26 June 1975 (age 40)[1]
Trivandrum, India
Occupation Actress
Years active 1996–present
Spouse(s) Udayan Ambadi
Parent(s) K.Sudhakaran, Vasundara

Sona Nair is a film actress working mainly in Malayalam films. She is also known for her roles in TV soaps.[2]

Personal life[edit]

She is born to Sudhakaran (s/o of Kesavan Contractor) and Vasundara on 26 June 1975 at Thiruvananthapuram. Her father was working in Muscat and mother was a school teacher. She had her primary education from Al-Uthuman Higher Secondary School, Kazhakoottam, Trivandrum where her mother was a teacher. She pursued degree from Govt. College for Women, Thiruvananthapuram.[3]

She is married to Malayalam movie cameraman Udayan Ambadi on 1996. They have no children.[4]

Career[edit]

Thooval Kottaram was her first movie in Malayalam. In this movie, she played a character named Hema. After this, she appeared in films such as Kadhanayakan, Veendum Chila Veettukaryangal, Arayannangalude Veedu, Manassinakkare, Passenger and more.[5]

Sona also acted in Priyadarshan's Bollywood comedy film Malamaal Weekly in 2006. She also acted in two Malayalam anthology films, Naalu Pennungal and Kerala Cafe (in the segment "Makal").

Other works[edit]

She has acted in many Malayalam television serials, telefilms, albums, advertisements etc.She is an anchor also.She has judged many reality shows. She has participated in many stage shows, game shows too.

Awards, nominations[edit]

In 2004, Sona has received the Best Actress Award in the "Kaveri Film Critics Television Awards" for her role in a telefilm Rachiyamma, telecasted on Doordarshan.[6] She has been chosen as the Best Female Actor in television category of Sathyan Memorial Awards, 2008. In 2006, she won the Best Supporting Actress award in both Kerala State TV Awards and telefilms category of Sathyan Memorial Awards, for her role in Amrita TV's Samasya.[7][8]

Sona was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress in 57th Filmfare Awards (South) for her role in the Malayalam movie Passenger. In 2011, she won the Asianet Television Award for "Best Female Actress in a Character Role".[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Note
Thilothama filming
Adoorum Thoppilumallatha Oru Bhasi filming
Buddhan Chirikkunnu filming
Don't Worry Be Happy filming
Once Upon A Time There Was A Kallan filming
2015 Ithinumappuram -
2015 Perariyathavar -
2015 Sound Of Mortality Elsy Short film
2014 Konthayum Poonoolum Sethu's wife
2013 Rangrezz Devyani Deshpande Hindi Film
2013 Progress Report Arundathi
2013 Kutteem Kolum Indu's mother
2013 Manikya Thamburattiyum Christmas Carolum -
2013 Pakaram -
2013 Anavruthayaya Kaapalika -
2013 English Saly
2012 Kamaal Dhamaal Malamaal Hindi Film
2012 Bombay Mittayi
2012 Doctor Innocent aanu Subha lakshmi
2012 Orange Pullachi
2011 Pachuvum Kovalanum Anna
2011 Sarkar Colony Thankam
2011 Nadakame Ulakam Remani
2010 Plus Two Mollikutty
2010 Oliver Twist Nun
2010 The Waiting Room Shop keeper Hindi Film
2010 Nallavan Prosecutor Rajalakshmi
2010 Punyam Aham Naarayanan Unni's elder sister
2010 Rama Ravanan -
2010 Sufi Paranja Katha Mainumma
2009 Meghatheertham Parvathi
2009 Venalmaram Deaf & Dumb's mother
2009 Kerala Cafe - A segment Makalku
2009 Sagar Alias Jacky Reloaded Hari's wife
2009 Passenger Thankamma Rajan Nominated:-Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Malayalam
2009 Kadha, Samvidhanam Kunchakko Kunchacko's sister
2009 Puthiya Mukham Vanaja
2009 Swantham Lekhakan Dr. Malathi
2009 Angel John Sofiya's mother
2009 Shudharil Shudhan Panki
2008 Sound of Boot Rahul Krishna's mother
2008 Veruthe Oru Bharya Sugunan's superior officer
2008 Pachamarathanalil Beena
2007 Avan Chandiyude Makan Susanna
2007 Paradesi -
2007 Naalu Pennungal -
2007 Kanna Lady teacher Tamil Film
2007 Hello Liza Extended Cameo
2007 July 4 Gokul's mother Extended Cameo
2006 Vasthavam Pattam Raveendran's wife
2006 Achante Ponnumakkal -
2006 Raashtram -
2006 Vadakkumnadhan Latha
2006 Malamaal Weekly Hindi Film
2005 Naran Kunnumal Santha
2004 Black Sheela
2004 Vettam Gopalakrishnan's sister
2004 Kanninum Kannadikkum Radha
2004 Pravaasam -
2004 Udayam Lalitha
2003 Manassinakkare Rosikutty
2003 Pattanathil Sundaran Sasidharan's wife
2003 Ivar Mrs.Hakkim
2003 Varum Varunnu Vannu Saramma
2003 Kasthooriman Raji
2003 Arimpara Krishnanunni's wife
2003 A Story That Begins At The End
2002 Dany Anna
2002 Kanal Kireedam Soosie
2002 Neythukaran Geetha
2000 Kharaaksharangal
2000 Arayannangalude Veedu Geetha
2000 Nadanpennum Naattupramaaniyum Gayathri's sister Exrended Cameo
1999 Veendum Chila Veettukaryangal Sheela
1999 The Godman Ayisha
1997 Bhoopathi Meera
1997 Katha Nayagan Padmanabhan Nair's kin
1997 The Car Beena
1996 Thooval Kottaram Hema
1986 T. P. Balagopalan M.A. Child Artist
1985 Oru Kudayum Kunjupengalum Child Artist

Television projects[edit]

  • Makal (Surya TV) as Vasundhara
  • Ente Manasaputhri (Asianet) as Sandhya
  • Devimahatmyam (Asianet)
  • Autograph (Asianet) as Principal
  • Ramayanam (Mazhavil Manorama) as Kaikeyi
  • Rudraveena (Surya TV)
  • Velenkani Mathavu (Surya TV)
  • Rachiamma as Rachiamma
  • Thyagam
  • Samasya
  • Jwala
  • Charulatha
  • Angaadipaattu
  • Radhamritham
  • Punarjani (Surya TV) as Dr. Aashalatha
  • Snehanilavu (Atmeeya Yathra) - telefilm
  • Makal (DD) - telefilm
  • Sreeeparvathiyude Paadham - telefilm

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Hindu : Filmy glamour for pongala". Hinduonnet.com. 2003-02-18. Retrieved 2010-08-31. 
  2. ^ "The Hindu : Filmy glamour for pongala". Hinduonnet.com. 2003-02-18. Retrieved 2010-08-31. 
  3. ^ "Mangalam-varika-18-Feb-2013". mangalamvarika.com. Retrieved 30 October 2013. 
  4. ^ http://www.mathrubhumi.com/mb4eves/online/malayalam/kerala/women/articles/infocus_interview-article-114384
  5. ^ "Review: Plus Two is entertaining: Rediff.com Movies". movies.rediff.com. 2010-08-16. Retrieved 2010-08-29. 
  6. ^ "Kerala News : TV critics' awards announced". The Hindu. 2005-02-19. Retrieved 2010-08-31. 
  7. ^ "> News Headlines > Amrita TV shines at Kerala state TV awards". Indiantelevision.com. 2006-05-08. Retrieved 2010-08-31. 
  8. ^ "Kerala / Thiruvananthapuram News : State television awards presented". The Hindu. 2007-02-15. Retrieved 2010-08-31. 

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