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The first film was a super hit and the next six films were box office failures, Know the Samyuktha’s film life!

Samyuktha Varma's Film Career

Samyuktha Varma is an actress who is well known to the Malayalee audience through Sathyan Anthikkad’s ‘Veendum Chila Veetukaryangal’. With the huge success of her first film, Samyuktha Varma became known as the lucky actress of Malayalam cinema. But then six films starring Samyuktha Varma failed at the box office.

Samyuktha Varma

Suresh Gopi’s movie ‘Vazhunnor’, which was given a Samyukta Varma date after the movie ‘Veendum Chila Veetukaryangal’, did not get much attention. Though not the heroine, Samyuktha Varma played Suresh Gopi’s sister throughout the film. In the movie, Krishna acted as Samyuktha’s partner. The co-star also played an equally good role in the moderately successful Lal Jose-Dileep film ‘Chandranudikunna Dhikkil’. After ‘Veendum Chila Veetukaryangal’, Samyuktha was called up for the lead role in Srinivasan’s Angane Oru Avadhikalathu ‘.

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But the film did not give Samyuktha Varma great market value as a heroine. Once again, Samyuktha, who did ‘Swayamvarappanthal’ as Jayaram’s heroine in Sreenivasan’s screenplay, could not earn the title of hit heroine in Malayalam cinema with that film either. Then Lenin Rajendran’s ‘Mazha’ and Kamal’s ‘Madhuranombarakattu’ marked the acting potential of the actress in the movie.

Biju Menon and Samyuktha Varma

Samyuktha Varma is an Indian film actress who has predominantly appeared in Malayalam films from 1999 to 2002 in female lead roles. She made her debut in 1999 as a heroine in the family-drama Veendum Chila Veettukaryangal for which she won her first Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress, since then she has acted in a total of 18 films. Known for strong portrayal roles of women, Varma has won two Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress and two Filmfare Award for Best Actress. She is married to actor Biju Menon, in 2002.

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