Kavya Madhavan Wiki/Biography
Kavya Madhavan was born on Wednesday, 19 September 1984 (age 36 years; as of 2020) in the Nileshwar town of Kasaragod, Kerala. Her zodiac sign is Virgo. She did her schooling at the Jaycee English Medium School, GLP School, and Rajah’s High School in Nileshwar. During her school days, she underwent training for the Mohiniyattam and Bharatanatyam classical dance forms. She was taught classical dance by her Guru Shyamala and Guru Kuttamathu Janardhanan Maash.
Kavya Madhavan Career
Kavya Madhavan started her career as a child actress, at the age of 5, when she appeared in the Malayalam film “Pookkalam Varavayi” (1991) in the role of ‘Geethu’s friend (Baby Shamili).’ She further appeared as a child artist in the films like “Pavam IA Ivachan” (1994), “Parassala Pachan Payyannur Paramu” (1994), and “Azhakiya Ravanan” (1996). She made her appearance in the lead role of ‘Radha’ in the film “Chandranudikkunna Dikhil” (1999). She acted in various movies such as “Darling Darling” (2000), “Meesa Madhavan” (2002), “Sadanandante Samayam” (2003), “Runway” (2004), “Inspector Garud” (2007), “Paappi Appacha” (2010), “Vellaripravinte Changathi” (2011), and “Pinneyum” (2016). She made her Tamil film debut with “Kasi” (2000) in the role of Lakshmi (Vikram’s sister). She has also appeared in few short films such as “Bhoomikkoru Charamageetham” (2006), “Kaavalal” (2016), and “Kachadhappa” (2016).
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Twitter Handle: twitter.com/imkavya
Kavya Madhavan Physical Stats & More
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters– 163 cm
in meters– 1.63 m
in feet & inches– 5’ 4”
Kavya Madhavan Personal Life
|Date of Birth||19 September 1984 (Wednesday)|
|Age (as of 2020)||36 Years|
|Birthplace||Nileshwar, Kasaragod District, Kerala|
|Hometown||Nileshwar, Kasaragod, Kerala|
|School||• Jaycee English Medium School, Nileshwar
• GLP School, Nileshwar
• Rajah’s High School, Nileshwar
|Hobbies||Cooking, Reading, Writing, and Dancing|
Kavya Madhavan Relationships & More
|Marriage Date||First Marriage: 9 February 2009
Second Marriage: 25 November 2016
|Marriage Place||Vedanta Hotel, Kochi (second marriage)|
Kavya Madhavan Family
|Husband/Spouse||• First Husband: Nishal Chandra (actor; 9 February 2009-30 May 2011)
• Second Husband: Dileep
Daughter– Mahalakshmi (from her second marriage with Dileep; born on 19 October 2018)
Step Daughter– Meenakshi (Dileep’s daughter from his first marrige to Manju Warrier)
|Parents||Father– P Madhavan
Mother– Shyamala Madhavan
|Siblings||Brother– Mithun Madhavan (Fashion Designer and Producer)
Facts About Kavya Madhavan
- Unlike her father, Kavya’s mother didn’t want her to become an actress; instead, she wanted her daughter to complete her studies and get married. Gradually, she fixed her discomfort regarding the film industry and let Kavya become an actress.
- In her childhood, people used to mock her because of her deep voice. One day, Mammooty was unable to dub due to his busy schedule. Someone said to her that she should dub it for Mammooty, as he was unable to do so. She felt dismayed and started crying. Her mother consoled her and told her that she should be proud of her voice, as Mammooty had a grand voice.
- She appeared as the lead actress in several hit Malayalam films such as “Darling Darling” (2000), “Meesa Madhavan” (2002), “Sadanandante Samayam” (2003), “Runway” (2004), “Inspector Garud” (2007), “Paappi Appacha” (2010), “Vellaripravinte Changathi” (2011), and “Pinneyum” (2016).
- She has also done some short films such as “Bhoomikkoru Charamageetham” (2006), “Kaavalal” (2016), and “Kachadhappa” (2016).
- She has also sung for the Malayalam film “Daivame Kaithozham K Kumarakanam” (2018).
- Kavya also penned down the lyrics for the song “Kalaam Neeangu Poyo” from the film “Akashvani (2016).”