Malayalam, Hindi, English
Malayalam Debut Film
Pilot (in 2000)
Tamil Debut Film
Idhaya Thirudan(in 2006)
Nishanth (Software Engineer), married on September 6, 2004
Jyothirmayi Nishanth Biodata:
Jyothirmayi is an Indian actress. Jyothirmayi is a famous person in the Malayalam world and she was awarded the national award for her performance in Bhavam. She was at first a serial artist then got introduced to Indian films through the film savanna. She had acted in various films in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu, Hindi and English. She then paired up with great actors of Malayalam including Mohanlal and Mammootty. She also got offers opposite superstars Sathyaraj, Vijaykanth etc.
Jyothirmayi was a serial artist at first. Indraneelam is one of her famous serials. She has also acted in some Telefilms but was not successful. In her first film Pilots, She played a minor character and the film was a failure. She became a top actress after Kavya Madhavan. She got married to Nishanth, a software engineer on September 6, 2004 .
Jyothirmayi Nishanth - Career:
Jyothirmayi began as an anchor on the small screen and then took to acting on the small screen itself.
She then did a couple of rather insignificant roles on the big screen, in the Rajeev Anchal-directed Pilots and the Sibi Malayil-directed Ishtam.
It was then that Meesha Madhavan happened. The Dileep-starrer proved a crowd puller, and one major draw in the film was the hit song "Chingamaasam vannuchernaal...". Everybody noticed the energetic performance of Jyothirmayi who danced along with Dileep in the song. That was the turning point in Jyothirmayi's career.
In her very next film Jyothirmayi was cast as the leading lady. The film Bhavum fetched her the jury's special mention at the National Awards. Then came a flurry of films: Ente Veedu Appoontem, Annyar, Pattalam, Kalyaanaraman, Hariharan Pillai Happiyaanu, Kathavasheshan etc.
Wedding bells soon rang, and Jyothirmayi tied the knot with Nishanth, a young software engineer. Everyone thought that it would be the end of her acting career, as was usually the case with young heroines. But for Jyothirmayi, things were different.
The young couple decided that she should continue to act, and Jyothirmayi was back again, doing an item number in a Tamil film - Ithaya Thirudan. The V.K. Prakash-directed Malayalam film Moonamathoraal too had her playing a central character.
Then came the Malayalam films Chacko Randaaman and Beda Dosthe. And in Tamil, she starred opposite Sundar C. in Thalainagaram. Her Malayalam film Pakal is due for release soon. She is doing a key role in the Tamil period film Periyar and also stars opposite Vijaykanth in Sabari.
Jyothirmayi Awards & Recognitions:
* She received the Kerala State Award for Best Second Actress in 2002 for her film Bhavam
* She received the National Film Award (Special Jury Award) in 2003 for her film Bhavam
Jyothirmayi - Movies:
* Short Film (2006) (announced)
* 'Ek Phir Baar' (2007) (announced)
* Pilots (2000)...Bobby's sister
* Ishtam (2001)... Jyothi
* Bhavam (2002)...Latha
* Meesha Madhavan(2002)...Prabha
* Nandanam (2002)...guest
* Kalyanaraman (2002)...Radhika
* Vaalkannadi (2003)...TV Series .... Anchor
* Ente Veedu Appoonteyum (2003)...Meera
* Pattalam (2003)...Bhama
* Anyar (2003)...Raziya Banu
* Hariharan Pillai Happy Aanu (2003)...Kavya
* Kadhavaseshan (2004)... Renuka Menon
* Alice in Wonderland (2005)...Doctor
* Chacko Randaman (2006)
* Moonnamathoral (2006)
* Bada Dosth (2006)
* Idhaya Thirudan (2006)...Cameo
* Thalai Nagaram (2006)...Divya
* Periyar (2007)
* Sabari (2007)
* Naan Avanillai (2007)...Ammukutty Menon
* Arai Enn 305-il Kadavul (2007)
* 10 The Strangers (2005)