For each young lady, reflecting her mother is one of their most loved pretends. They are the main style symbols each young lady would endeavor to primate. Growing up watching them, girls tend to reflect their interests too. There is no big surprise children of numerous acclaimed on-screen characters take up a similar way with an enthusiasm no not as much as their folks.
Mollywood likewise observed some mother-girl duos who have enlivened each other, kept up the heritage, at the same time cutting a specialty for themselves. Here are five such mother girl pairs who established a significant connection in Malayalam film industry.
Menaka and Keerthy Suresh
Menaka, however of Tamil starting point, ascended into popularity through Mollywood. The greater part of the 116 movies she did were in Malayalam. Later she wedded Malayalam film maker Suresh Kumar and had two girls – Revathy and Keerthy.
Keerthy functioned as a youngster artiste in the motion pictures ‘Pilots’ (2000) and ‘Kuberan’ (2002). She made her presentation as a lead on-screen character in Priyadarshan’s ‘Geethaanjali’ by assuming a twofold part. Later she turned into a Tollywood sensation with the movies ‘Rajini Murugan’ and ‘Remo’ featuring against Sivakarthikeyan. Keerthy depicted unbelievable on-screen character Savitri in Nag Ashwin’s bilingual biopic ‘Mahanati’ as of late.
Sujatha and Swetha Mohan
State Film Award-victor Sujatha Mohan, who loaned voice to evergreen hits like ‘Pudhu Vellai Mazhai’ in the motion picture ‘Roja’ and ‘Varamanjaladiya’ in Pranayavarnangal, has enchanted music darlings crosswise over South India. In a surprising vocation spreading over more than four decades, Sujatha worked with conspicuous music executives like A R Rahman, Ilayaraja and Vidyasagar.
Sujatha and Krishna Mohan’s little girl Swetha herself is State Award-winning playback artist, demonstrating music goes through her veins too. Swetha has additionally sung for conspicuous music executives her mom once worked with. She has aced both Carnatic and Hindustani music.
Subbalakshmi, Thara Kalyan and Sowbhagya Venkitesh
Music and move keeps running in the DNA of this family. Three artistes, having a place with three ages from a solitary family, have made their stamp in Mollywood, yet in three diverse ways. Thara Kalyan, who rose to acclaim as an established artist, acted in numerous standard Malayalam films before her mom Subbalakshmi entered Mollywood.
Subbalakshmi,an octogenarian who filled in as a music and move teacher, turned into the adorable and clever granny of Mollywood after her exhibitions in motion pictures like ‘Nandanam’, ‘Kalyanaraman’ and ‘Pandippada’.
Sowbhagya, the most youthful individual from the family to win a fanbase, had it an uncommon way. Renowned worldwide as the ‘Dubsmash young lady’, Sowbhagya enchanted her devotees through viral Dubsmash exhibitions instituting notable comic drama scenes from Malayalam motion pictures. An expert traditional artist, Sowbhagya communicated her enthusiasm for pressing together a vocation in it.
Urmila Unni and Utthara Unni
Malayalees know about Urmila Unni as a gifted performing artist, artist, writer and painter. Conceived in an imperial family, Urmila was prepared in different established move shapes.
Beginning her acting profession with motion pictures including ‘Marattam’, ‘Ulsavapittennu’ and ‘Sargam’, Urmila assumed the part of mother to numerous driving performing artists.
Urmila’s little girl Utthara Unni, who began her vocation as a model, later entered the film business. Her first Malayalam movie, ‘Edavappathy’ (2016) by famous chief Lenin Rajendran got much basic appreciation.
Sreedevi Unni and Monisha
Big name kids who take after their parent’s way to motion pictures is a typical pattern in Indian film industry. It is a turn around situation on account of on-screen character Sreedevi Unni.
Sreedevi Unni still present herself as performing artist Monisha’s mom, in spite of being an acclaimed on-screen character and artist herself.
In a vocation crossing more than 6 years, Monisha acted in 24 motion pictures. She won the National Film Award for Best Actress for her introduction film, ‘Nakhakshathangal’ (1986) at 16 years old, making her the most youthful beneficiary of the renowned honor. She soon turned into an easily recognized name and a dear of Mollywood before destiny assumed control. Monisha passed on in a deadly auto collision in 1992, at 21 years old.
Sreedevi Unni, who is constantly excited about keeping her little girl’s memory alive took up her energy too. She has acted in motion pictures that incorporate ‘Kadavu’, ‘Saphalam’, ‘Nivedyam’, ‘Transport Conductor’, and ‘Kochavva Paulo Ayyappa Coelho’ and additionally numerous TV notices.