‘Nallennai’ Chitra acted in Malayalam movies akin to Panchagni and Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha moreover showing in a number of Tamil films.
Actress Chithra, who performed memorable roles in some iconic Malayalam movies, died in Chennai on Saturday. She was 56.Chithra (broadly often known as ‘Nallennai’ Chithra) had begun her profession in tinseltown as a toddler artiste in Tamil movies. However it was via Malayalam movies that she attained recognition.After debuting as an grownup in a minor function in Hariharan’s Valaruthumrugangal in 1981, she gained recognition with Aattakalasham, through which she was featured within the fashionable track Naanamaavunoo meni novunno… together with Mohanlal.5 years later, she lipsynched to an much more fashionable track in a movie that proved a turning level in her profession. The gorgeous melody in Panchagni, Aa raathri manju poyi…, was rendered by her namesake, Okay.S. Chithra. She did justice to what was function within the movie directed by Hariharan.She went on to provide you with splendid performances in movies akin to Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha, which was additionally directed by Hariharan, and Sibi Malayil’s Amaram.In Tamil, her notable movies embody En Thangachi Padichava, Oorkkavalan and Thirippu Munai.“Chithra was a high-quality actress and he or she justified my religion in her in Panchagni and OruVadakkan Veeragatha,” Hariharan informed The Hindu. “I used to be additionally impressed along with her efficiency in Amaram. She was a kind of actresses who had each seems and expertise.”