Malavika Avinash (conceived 28 January 1976) is an Indian representative, entertainer, TV character and legislator who is the present status representative of Bharatiya Janata Party of Karnataka. She is known for her work in Kannada and Tamil movies. She facilitated Baduku Jataka Bandi, a network show that circulated on Zee Kannada. She is a piece of the troupe cast in the most elevated netting Kannada film – K.G.F: Section 2.
Malavika was brought into the world on 28 January 1976, in a Tamil family to N. Ganesan. Her dad was a broker and essayist, and her mom, Savithri, an entertainer and artist. She was started into traditional expressions under the tutelage of Padmashree Leela Samson in Bharatanatyamand Pandit Partho Das on the sitar. G. V. Iyer recognized her at a party execution as Krishna and given her a role as Krishna in his Krishnavataar. She then, at that point, played a lead job as a princess in Prema Karanth’s Display youngsters’ film Nakkala Rajakumari. She finished her Unhitched male of Regulation at Bangalore College and was granted third position. She wedded entertainer Avinash in 2001. They have a child named Gaalav.
Malavika’s stretch as a youngster craftsman was trailed by her entrance into film as the courageous woman in grant winning Malayalam films for Lenin Rajendran and well known Kannada films. TV nonetheless, ended up being the medium that took on her. Her previous TV series were for Girish Karnad and Ashutosh Gowariker in Hindi, Ashok Naidu in Kannada and Dinesh Baboo in Malayalam. Her exhibition in Mayamruga gave her notorious status among Kannada audience members. Mayamruga’s prosperity grabbed the attention of K. Balachander, who then, at that point, decided to usher her into Tamil film world with Anni, where Malavika played the hero Anni. Malavika’s Tamil movies and Serials remember Raji Or Raja Rajeshwari Job for “Raja Rajeshwari” Sun television Sequential 90’S Children #1 (Saregama India Ltd) Organization Episodes Chiefs are Selva Kumar and Selva Pandi and K. Balachander’s Nilavai Pidippom where she depicted a working class working lady, Pudhuyugam, Pralayam in “Parody Settlement” again under her tutor Balachander. She played Madurai Thilaka in Arasi and Muththazhagi in Chellamey. She assumed key parts in Tamil movies.
Another achievement was her depiction of Nanjamma, the hero in Girish Kasaravalli’s film of S. L. Bhyrappa’s commended novel, Gruha Banga. In her 10 years of TV acting, Malavika assumed parts in Tamil, Kannada and Hindi creations including get over film Cyanide, in which Malavika’s depiction of Shubha won her basic approval. Aside from Manvantara for T. N. Seetharam, Malavika influenced the Kannada crowds with her clique figure like person of Madhavi Patel, IPS, in his Muktha. Agni, a syndicated program that Malavika facilitated on E-television Kannada was trailed by Baduku Jataka Bandi. In the last option, Malavika manages the issues of people, in this manner giving an Other Debate Goal discussion for settling family issues. She additionally talks about friendly issues. She was a housemate in Bigg Manager Kannada Season 4. In 2017, she played an adjudicator in Ilayathalapathy Vijay’s film Bairavaa. She likewise featured in the ongoing most elevated earning Kannada film K.G.F: Part 1 as well as the profoundly acclaimed Tamil film Kaithi, every one of the 3 which have netted in excess of 100 crores in the cinema world and the continuation of KGF, K.G.F: Section 2 which is India’s third most elevated earning film ever earning in excess of 1000 crore in the cinema world.
Malavika took part in and won numerous worldwide disputable courts as an understudy, filled in as supervisor of her school diary, joined Madhyam, an improvement correspondences association, filled in as collaborator editors of Madhyam diary, a lawful section for the Hours of India and UDAYAVANI for a considerable length of time, her “Malavika Pakkam” segment in Kumudam, a Tamil week after week, a Distress auntie segment for Kumudam and all the more as of late, ‘Malavika request’, a week after week section in Vijaya Karnataka. Malavika filled in as head of programming at Zee Kannada.
Malavika’s relationship with Bharatanatyam started at age five when her mom acquainted it with her. She prepared under M. R. Krishnamurthy of Kalakshetra, trailed by cutting edge tutelage under Padmashri Leela Samson in Delhi. She was a beneficiary of the CCERT (a unit of the Way of life Service) grant for Bharatanatyam. She sought after dance alongside her artist sister, a former student of Kalakshetra, Ranjani Ganesan Ramesh. As a pair they performed at social focuses in India and abroad, including Hampi celebration, Pattadakkal celebration, Khujrajo celebration, Chidambaram Natyanjali and Uttara Chidambaram. Together, they sort out a yearly dance celebration called Arudhra at Bangalore. Malavika filled in as an appointed authority on television dance shows and facilitated Takadhimithaa, a game show committed to Bharatanatyam on JayaTV. Malavika Avinash entered governmental issues lobbying for BJP pioneer Sushma Swaraj in Bellary. She is an individual from the BJP’s Mahila Morcha. She joined Bharatiya Janata Party in September 2013 and was named one of its co-spokespersons in February 2014.
Awards and honours
- Best Actress award given by the Tamil Nadu government
- Kalaimamani award for her achievements as an actress
- Aryabhata award
- Kempegowda award