Sridevi Birthday 2020: This year is the 57th birthday of Sridevi

Sridevi Birthday 2020: This year is the 57th birthday of Sridevi

Sridevi Birthday 2020: This year is the 57th birthday of Sridevi, worked in almost all languages of South India

Hello friends, today is the birthday of Bollywood’s famous actress Sridevi. She was born on 13 August 1965 in Tamil Nadu. Sridevi’s real name was Sri Amma Yanger Ayyappan, and this year marks Sridevi’s 56th birth. Even though Sridevi is no longer among us, but her memories are still alive in all our hearts.


Worked as a child artist in South Indian films: Sridevi

Let us tell you that until 1976, Sridevi worked as a child artist in many South Indian films. In 1976, she acted in the Tamil film Moondru Mudichu as an actress.

Sridevi was also awarded the Kerala State Film Award for the Malayalam film “Poombatta.” She was also awarded several awards for acting in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam films.

Bollywood film career: Sridevi

Sridevi started her Bollywood career with the 1979 film Solva Sawan. He got recognition in Bollywood from the 1983 film Himmatwala. After this film, she became one of the top actresses of Hindi cinema. Sridevi, who has played many strong roles, played a double role in the film Chaalbaaz remake of Sita and Geeta with Dream Girl Hema Malini.


After this, he got everyone’s attention with the role of Anju and Manju, directed by Pankaj Parashar. In the year 1983, she was seen with South Indian actor Kamal Haasan in the film Sadma. Sridevi, known as the first female superstar of Indian cinema, has also received 5 Filmfare Awards. In 2013, the Government of India honored him with the Padam Shri Award.


Sridevi had worked with all the Bollywood actors:

Let us tell you that Sridevi did films with all the legendary actors of that time without any godfather, from Kamal Haasan to Rajinikanth and NTR, Krishna, Nageswara Rao, Shoban Babu and then Chiranjeevi Nagarjuna and Venkatesh. It can be taken prominently. She worked in almost all the  South languages, including Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, and Telugu.