Sujatha Sivakumar is an Indian actress known for her appearances in Tamil films. She made her debut in the film industry with a small role in Kamal Haasan’s “Virumaandi” in 2004. However, it was her breakthrough performance in Ameer’s “Paruthiveeran” in 2007 that propelled her to fame. Her portrayal of a spirited village woman earned her the nickname “Paruthiveeran Sujatha” and accolades such as the Filmfare Award for Best Tamil Supporting Actress and the Vijay Award for Best Supporting Actress for that year.
Following her success in “Paruthiveeran,” Sujatha continued to receive offers from filmmakers. She collaborated with director Pandiraj for movies like “Pasanga” in 2009 and “Kedi Billa Killadi Ranga” in 2013. One of her notable roles came in Vijay Milton’s “Goli Soda” in 2014, where she played a resilient widow who speaks in Madurai slang and acts as a mentor to the lead characters. Despite facing challenges during the film’s production, she earned praise for her dedication and performance.
Sujatha Sivakumar has appeared in close to fifty films by 2015, solidifying her presence in Tamil cinema and earning acclaim for her versatile acting abilities.
|Date of Birth||27/09/1973|
|Birth Place||Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India|
|Current Residence||Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India|
|2007||Filmfare Award||Best Tamil Supporting Actress||Paruthiveeran|
|2007||Vijay Award||Best Supporting Actress||Paruthiveeran|