No one gives work, Sudha Chandran is away from Bollywood for 17 years
Starting from the eighties, the actress made her name in the South film world as well as in the Hindi film world. Veteran actress and famous dancer Sudha Chandran claimed that even after acting in a box office hit in 2006, no Bollywood filmmaker wanted to give her a job.
Sudha was born in Mumbai in 1965. Her father was associated with the acting world. Sudha's first film was based on her own life events. She learned Bharatnatyam from childhood. She decided to build a career in dance.
At the age of 16, Sudha got a serious leg injury in a road accident. After that, a 'prosthetic leg' is surgically implanted. After a break of two years, Sudha performed in various places in the country and abroad. After graduating from a college in Mumbai, she also pursued a master's degree in economics. Sudha made her big screen debut in 1984 by acting in a Telugu film called 'Mayuri'. The screenplay of this film is based on her life.
Sudha started acting for the first time in the eighties. After that Sudha appeared in Malayalam, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, and Gujarati films besides Telugu language films. She also acted in a Bengali film called 'Rajnartaki'. Sudha acted in several films like 'Thanedar', 'Pati Parameshwar', 'Shola Aur Shabnam', 'Anjam', And 'Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hai'. She was also seen acting in the film 'Malamal Weekly' released in 2006. This film was successful at the box office.
Sudha claims that she is ready to act in Hindi films. Yet no Bollywood filmmakers approached her with acting offers. She said this in a recent interview.Who is Abhishek Banerjee? Our leader? Question by Jyotipriya
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