Meera Vasudevan – WiKi, Movies, TV Shows, Images, Awards, Biography

Meera Vasudevan is an Indian Film & Television Actress (Tamil, Hindi, Malayalam and Telugu). Her entry into the film industry happened through the 2003 Hindi satirical film Rules: Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula, alongside Milind Soman. After about 500 failed screen tests, the Setmax ad shot by Prahlad Kakkar won the best ad campaign of the year, and was noticed by the director Parvati Balagopalan’s mother and got her a screen test for Rules: Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula, for which she was nominated for best upcoming actress by Screen Awards and Sansui – PNC Awards. Her Telugu film Golmaal, however, released first. The same year she made her film debut in the Tamil film industry as well, appearing in Samuthirakani’s directorial debut Unnai Saranadainthen, in which she shared screen space with Venkat Prabhu and S. P. B. Charan.

After a hiatus she made her comeback to Malayalam films in 2017 with Chakkaramaavin Kombathu and later portrayed notable roles in offbeat films like Silence, appuvinte sathyanveshanam, Paykappal and Panigrahanam. In 2020, she moved her focus to television playing the female lead Sumithra in Malayalam television serial Kudumbavilakku on Asianet and antagonist in Tamil series Chithi-2 on Sun TV which rose her popularity again among the south Indian audience.

Full Name Meera Vasudevan
Nick Name Meera, Meera Vasudev
Profession Actress, Model
DOB 29 January 1982
Age 38
Birth Place Bombay, Maharashtra, India
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Religion Hinduism
Nationality Indian
Marital Status Married (Single now)
Affairs Vishal Agarwal (2005-2008),

John Kodden (2012-2016)

Physical Appearance Height: 165 cm

Weight: 57 kg

Measurement: 34- 25- 35

Eye Colour: Black

Hair Colour: Black

Family Father: Vasudevan

Mother: Hemalatha

Sister: Ashwini

Husband: Vishal Agarwal, John Kodden

Son: Ariha John

School NA
College NA
Qualification Bachelor Degree in Arts, Psychology & English Literature
Movies Golmaal (2003),

Rules: Pyaar Ka Superhit Formaula (2003),

Unnai Saranadainthen (2003),

Anjali I Love You (2004),

Arivumani (2004),

Thanmathra (2005),

Jaadu Sa Chal Gayaa (2006),

Hello ? Kaun Hai! (2006),

Jerry (2006),

Oruvan (2006),

Ekantham (2007),

Kaakki (2007),

Chain Kulii Main Kullii (2007),

Thodi Life thoda Magic (2008),

Thasaiyinai Thee Sudinum (2008),

Kathi Kappal (2008),

Pachamarathanalil (2008),

Gulmohar (2008),

Orkkuka Vallappozhum (2009),

Decent Parties (2009),

Vairam: Fight for Justice (2009),

13B: Fear has a New Address (2009),

Aattanayagan (2010),

Kumari Pennin Ullathile (2010),

Kochi (2012),

916 (2012),

Jaanleva Black Blood (2012),

Sahapadi 1975 (2016),

Chakkaramaavin Kombathu (2017),

Painting Life (2018),

Adanga Maru (2018),

Kuttymama (2019),

Appuvinte Sathyanweshanam (2019),

Lessons (2019),

Thakkol (2019),

Krithi (2019),

Payakappal (2019),

Silencer (2020)

TV Shows Kaveri (2001-2002),

Devi (2002),

Penn (2006),

Kanalpoovu (2007),

Suryavamsam (2007-2008),

Kudumbavilakku (2020-Present),

Chithi 2 (2020-Present),

Ammayariyathe (2020),

Avarodoppam Aliyum Achayanum (2020),

Mounaragam (2020),

Pournami Thinkal (2020)

Commercial Ads Videocon internet TV with Shah Rukh Khan by UTV, Deven Khote

Fair & Lovely by Nirvana films, Prakash Varma

Kenstar by Red ice prodn, E. Niwas

Knorr soup by mindscreen, Rajiv Menon

ICC World Cup Cricket Rangoli by genesis prodns, Prahlad Kakkar

Reliance R-World with Virendra Sehwag by Apocalypse films; Pradeep Sarcar

Coke with Vikram by mindscreen, Rajiv Menon

Fair & Lovely Talc by UTV, Deven Khote

Chennai Silks by J.D. & Jerry

Surf Excel by VKP, Trends

Alpenliebe by Keroscene films

Pears junior by Black Magic prodns

Pilsbury ‘2010 feb (now on air) by Narayan, for Fingerprint films

Hosting Discovery travel and living, Indian rendezvous with Chennai as the celebrity anchor for Discovery Channel

Awards NILL

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