Sunday, March 17, 2013

Khushboo PROFILE

Name: Khushbu
Date of Birth: 29-09-1970
Mother's Name : Mrs.Najma Khan
Address ; 20/2, Arch Bishop Mithias Avenue, Boat Club Chennai -600 028.
Office Address: 20/2, Arch Bishop Mithias Avenue, Boat Club Chennai -600 028.
Khushbu has become the heartthrob of many down south. And a temple being constructed for her in Trichy is the talk of the town. Counted amongst the finest actresses and dancers of the Southern cinema, she made her debut some 12 years back with Sri S.P. Mulhuraman's Dharmatthil Thalaivan but shot to fame with Fazil's Varusham 16.
Her only Hindi film Shanthi Kranti also starring V.Ravichandran, Rajnikant and Juhi Chawla did not get her much recognition in the Bollywood, but her performances in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and Malayalam films stormed the big screen. She bagged the Tamil Nadu government's award for best actress not once, not twice but three times for her roles in Chinna Thambi in 1991, Kolangal in 1995 and Pathini in 1997. Her movies Chinna Thambi and Irattai Roja got her the coveted Cinema Express Award in the year 1992 and 1996. Her most recent films include Veeram Velanja Mannu, Guru Paarvai and Kannathal in Tamil and Malyalam film Stalin Sivadas opposite Mammmotty.

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Kushboo Profile
Name : Kushboo 
Birth Name : Naggarth Khan 
Birth Date : September 19, 1970
Birth Place : Bombay, India 
Sex : Female
Nationality : Indian 
Height : 5' 5" (1.65 m) 
Hair Color : Black 
Eye Color : Black 
Zodiac Sign : Virgo 
Sexual Orientation : Straight 
Race or Ethnicity : Asian 
Religion : Muslim
Profession : Actress 
Major Genres : Drama, Action, Comedy, Family
First Major Screen Credit : Kaalia (1981) 
Husband : Prabhu Ganesan (Actor), Sundar C (Director, Actor) 
Mother : Najma Khan 
Brother : Abdullah, Abu Bakker, Ali 
Daughter : Avanthika and Ananditha 
Nephew : Jashn 
Hobbies : Play with children 
Career Highlights : Michael Madana Kamarajan, Alai Payuthey, Stalin 
Claim to Fame : As Shalini in the movie "Michael Madana Kamarajan" (1991) 
TV Show : Jackpot, Kalki, Janani and Kungumam 
Favorite Movie : Ullathai Allitha 
Favorite Actress : Sri Devi, Radhiga, Revathi, Oorvasi Banupriya, aachchi Manorama 
Favorite Colour : Black 
Favorite Director : Maniratnam 
Favorite Country to Travel : New Zealand

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Real Name          : Khushbu
Date of Birth      : 29th September 1970
Place Of Birth   : Bombay
Father's Name  : Khan
Mother's Name: Najma Khan
Siblings                             : Daughters: Ananditha and Avantika
Spouse                             : Sundar.C
Studied Upto                   : Schooling in kerala
Previous Carrier            : Started as an actress
Introduced Film              : Dharmatthin Thalaivan
Director                           : S.P.Muthuraman
Languages Acted          : Tamil, telugu,malayalam, hindi and kannada
Awards Won                   : Tamil Nadu government's award for best actress(Thrice)

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Name: Khushboo 
Sex: Female 
Date of Birth: 18 Sep 1970 
Place of Birth: Mumbai
ABOUT KHUSHBOO:

Kushboo Sundar, born Khushboo Khan is an Indian actress, television hostess and producer.

She started her career in the eighties as a child artist. Her first movie was Thodisi Bewafaii (1980) where she had an uncredited appearance. Later, in 1981, she had her first role in Laawaris. Since then, she has played in over 100 movies, some of which opposite leading Tamil actors like Rajinikanth, Kamal Haasan, Sathyaraj and Prabhu. She is known for her TV show Jackpot and her serials Kalki, Janani and Kungumam. She is also a judge in the Maanada Mayilaada.

Apart from Tamil movies, she also acted in various movies in Kannada, Telugu, and Malayalam. Kushboo was introduced to South Indian by the Kannada actor-director Ravichandran. She has acted in many movies with him notably Ranadheera (1987), Anjada Gandu, Kaliyuga Pandavulu, Shanthi Kranthi and Yugapurusha. Khushboo has widely been recognized as a bold on screen protagonist.

Kushboo's popularity is such that her fans built a temple dedicated to her at Tiruchirapalli. A special type of idli (a popular food in south Indian cuisine) called "Kushboo Idli" is named after her.

Khushboo's name, perhaps is the first to be used as brand on sarees in the south as "KHUSBOO SAREE".

She is married to director-cum-actor Sundar C. They have two daughters named Avanthika and Ananditha, after whom they have named their production house. She has been living in Chennai for the past twenty years. She also has three brothers. Her brother, Abdullah, is expected to make his debut in the movie industry, playing the lead role in the movie "Netru pol inru illai".

During her peak years in the Tamil movie industry, she claimed she was secretly married to actor Prabhu Ganesan, son of the legendary late Tamil actor Sivaji Ganeshan. She had been paired with Prabhu in many movies such as Chinna Thambi, Dharmathin Thalaivan, Velli Vizha, Paandithurai, Kizhakku Karai, My Dear Marthandan, etc. but this news was never confirmed by Prabhu, who was already married. Prabhu never divorced his wife and the news soon died out. The duo with the enviable chemistry only acted in Chinna Vathiyar, and most recently, in Vegam after the well-publicised controversy.

In 2005, there was a well-publicized controversy about her remarks in an interview for AIDS awareness, about the need for protective sex: she said it was fine for girls to have pre-marital sex - but not without taking precautions to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. Later, she added that no educated man should expect his wife or girlfriend to be a virgin.Two political parties lashed out at her because of her remarks: the Dalit Panthers of India and the Pattali Makkal Katchi[3]. She was ordered to court and her counsel offered to withdraw the previously issued anticipatory bail petition. The judge acceded and dismissed the petition as withdrawn.

FILMOGRAPHY
  2011 - Illeyngan  ( Tamil ) 
  2011 - Kadhal Mudichu  ( Tamil ) 
  2011 - Ponner-Sankar  ( Tamil ) 
  2010 - Pranchiyettan And The Saint  ( Malayalam ) 
  2010 - Janani  ( Kannada ) 
  2010 - Periyar Ramaswamy Nayakar  ( Telugu ) 
  2009 - Hum Phirr Milein Na Milein  ( Hindi ) 
  2008 - Pazhani  ( Tamil ) 
  2008 - Bhargava  ( Telugu ) 
  2008 - Thirakkatha  ( Malayalam ) 
  2007 - Vegam  ( Tamil ) 
  2007 - Kayyoppu  ( Malayalam ) 
  2007 - Periyar  ( Tamil ) 
  2006 - Stalin  ( Telugu ) 
  2006 - June R  ( Tamil ) 
  2005 - Magic Ajji  ( Kannada ) 
  2005 - Navarasa - Nine Emotions  ( Hindi ) 
  2001 - Aunty Preetse  ( Kannada ) 
  2001 - Vinnukkum Mannukkum  ( Tamil ) 
  2000 - Sakhi  ( Telugu ) 
  2000 - Alaipayuthey  ( Tamil ) 
  2000 - Simmasanam  ( Tamil ) 
  1999 - Suyamvaram  ( Tamil ) 
  1999 - Minsara Kanna  ( Tamil ) 
  1999 - Stalin Sivadas  ( Malayalam ) 
  1999 - Independence  ( Malayalam ) 
  1998 - Veeram Vilanja Mannu  ( Tamil ) 
  1998 - Simmarasi  ( Tamil ) 
  1998 - Elavamkodu Desam  ( Malayalam ) 
  1998 - Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen  ( Tamil ) 
  1997 - Anubhoothi  ( Malayalam ) 
  1996 - Jeevanadhi  ( Kannada ) 
  1995 - Vrudhanmare Sookshikkuka  ( Malayalam ) 
  1995 - Chinna Vathiyar  ( Tamil ) 
  1995 - Karupu Nila  ( Tamil ) 
  1994 - Nattamai  ( Tamil ) 
  1994 - Manathe Kottaram  ( Malayalam ) 
  1993 - Kathirukka Neramillai  ( Tamil ) 
  1993 - Dharmaseelan  ( Tamil ) 
  1992 - Mannan  ( Tamil ) 
  1992 - Pandiyan  ( Tamil ) 
  1992 - Annamalai  ( Tamil ) 
  1992 - Singaravelan  ( Tamil ) 
  1991 - Bramha  ( Tamil ) 
  1991 - Police Mattu Dada  ( Kannada ) 
  1991 - Shanti Kranthi  ( Telugu ) 
  1991 - Shanthi Kranthi  ( Kannada ) 
  1991 - Kizhakku Karai  ( Tamil ) 
  1991 - Chinna Thambi  ( Tamil ) 
  1991 - Nattukku Oru Nallavan  ( Tamil ) 
  1991 - Uncle Bun  ( Malayalam ) 
  1990 - Kizhakku Vasal  ( Tamil ) 
  1990 - Nadigan  ( Tamil ) 
  1990 - Michael Madana Kama Rajan  ( Tamil ) 
  1990 - En Kitta Modhadhey  ( Tamil ) 
  1990 - My Dear Marthandan  ( Tamil ) 
  1989 - Hrudaya Geethe  ( Kannada ) 
  1989 - Yugapurusha  ( Kannada ) 
  1989 - Vetri Vizha  ( Tamil ) 
  1989 - Varusham 16  ( Tamil ) 
  1989 - Rudra  ( Kannada ) 
  1988 - Dharmathin Thalaivan  ( Tamil ) 
  1988 - Anjada Gandu  ( Kannada ) 
  1987 - Ranadeera  ( Kannada ) 
  1986 - Kaliyuga Pandavulu  ( Telugu ) 


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