Priya Vasudev Mani Iyer conceived 4 June 1984, professionally credited as Priyamani, is an Indian film performer and previous model, who works in Kannada, Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and Hindi dialect films. She has set up a profession in territorial Indian movies, and is the beneficiary of a National Film Award and three Filmfare Awards in various dialect films.
Priyamani, brought up in Bangalore, filled in as a model before seeking after a vocation in movies. In 2002, she made her acting presentation with a main job in the Telugu film Evare Atagaadu (2003), a film industry tumble. She increased broad acknowledgment for her job as town young lady Muththazhagu in the Tamil sentimental dramatization Paruthiveeran in 2007, accepting a National Film Award for Best Actress and a Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil for her execution. Amid that year, she made business progress in Telugu film with S. S. Rajamouli-coordinated dream activity satire Yamadonga. In 2008, Priyamani got further basic praise for her job as Malavika in the Malayalam sentiment Thirakkatha– and won a Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Malayalam. Her first job in the Kannada film came the next year, with the lighthearted comedy Raam, which turned out to be a noteworthy basic and business achievement.
Priyamani made her Hindi film make a big appearance through Mani Ratnam’s bilingual in Tamil and Hindi epic experience films, titled Raavan and Raavanan individually. In 2012, her depiction of conjoined twins in the multilingual film Chaarulatha, in light of the Thai film Alone, increased basic acclaim and a third Best Actress grant at Filmfare. She got further accomplishment for her job in the Telugu spine chiller film Mana Oori Ramayanam (2016), which earned her a Best Supporting Actress selection at Filmfare.