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Poornima Bhagyaraj : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

Poornima Bhagyaraj is an Indian film actress of Malayalam and Tamil films. She has also done a few Hindi and Telugu films. She is best known for her leading roles from 1980 to 1985

Poornima Bhagyaraj
Name : Poornima Bhagyaraj
Birth Date : 18 July 1960
Birth Place : Mumbai
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Occupation : Actress

Her on-screen pairings with Mohan in Tamil and Shankar in Malayalam were well acclaimed.

Poornima Bhagyaraj Movies and TV Shows

  • Aa Raathri [1983]

    Indu leads a happy married life with her husband Ravi and daughter Minimol. However, things get complicated when they go back to Indu's orphanage in Ernakulam, and they meet Radha on the onward train.

  • Aadhalal Kadhal Seiveer [15 August 2013 (India)]

    During an overnight trip, two college friends, Karthik and Shwetha, get intimate. Soon, Shwetha finds out that she is pregnant and the couple struggle as they try to hide it from their parents.

  • Aduthathu Albert [12 July 1985 (India)]

    Although Albert, a Christian boy, and Radha, a Brahmin girl, hate each other, they decide to help their respective sister and brother who are in love.

  • Ahimsa [31 December 1981 (India)]

    Movie starring Sukumaran, Ratheesh, Mammootty, Mohanlal, Poornima Jayaram, Menaka, Seema and is directed by I V Sasi.

  • Amma Vandhachu [26 June 1992]

    Nandakumar, a medical representative, meets Nandini, a salesgirl, and both fall in love. Trouble visits their relationship in the form of a young child, who claims to be Nandakumar's daughter.

  • Dard [14 August 1981 (India)]

    A man takes the blame for a crime he didn't commit to ensure his sister's happiness and safety. When he is released from jail, he learns that the woman he loved is no more.

  • Darling, Darling, Darling [14 November 1982 (India)]

    Raja, the son of the watchman at an Ooty bungalow, was best friends with the owner's daughter, Radha. When she returns to Ooty after studying abroad, he is still in love with her.

  • Dillagi [19 November 1999 (India)]

    Ranvir and Rajvir, two inseparable brothers, support each other through thick and thin. However, they find themselves in a dilemma when both of them fall in love with the same woman.

  • Ente Mamattukkuttiyammakku [1983 (India)]

    Ente Mamattukkuttiyammakku is a 1983 Indian Malayalam-language family drama film produced by Navodaya Appachan under Navodaya Studio. It was written and directed by Fazil and stars Bharat Gopy, Mohanlal, Shalini, Poornima Jayaram, and Sangeeta Naik. In the film, Vinod and Sethu lose their only child in an accident.

  • Hello Madras Girl [24 January 1983]

    Lal puts up posters in the college campus announcing Shyam and Swapna's affair, leading to an altercation with Suresh, her brother. He later accidentally stabs Swapna during a fight with Suresh.

  • Ithiri Neram Othiri Karyam [26 November 1982 (India)]

    Jijo is put in an asylum as he is mentally unstable. Though his father sees to it that no stone is left unturned in his effort to revive him, Jijo's life does not seem to change.

  • Jilla [10 January 2014 (India)]

    Sivan, a Madurai-based gangster, adopts Shakthi, his slain driver's son. Shakthi, who witnesses his father being killed by a police officer, decides to avenge his father's death with Sivan's support.

  • Kaikeyi [4 November 1983]

    Kaikeyi is a 1983 Indian Malayalam film, directed by I. V. Sasi and produced by Hari Pothan. The film stars Srividya, Prathap Pothen, Poornima Jayaram and Raadhika in the lead roles. The film has musical score by M. S. Viswanathan.

  • Kaiyethum Doorathu [14 August 1987]

    Yamuna, a poor girl, gets cheated by her cousin who promises to marry her. However, things take a turn when she meets a man, who is visually challenged.

  • Kann Sivanthaal Mann Sivakkum [4 March 1983]

    Kann Sivanthaal Mann Sivakkum is a 1983 Tamil film directed by debutant Sreedhar Rajan. Produced by R. Venkatraman, the film won the Indira Gandhi Award for Best Debut Film of a Director at the 30th National Film Awards in 1983.

  • Kelkatha Shabdam [20 February 1982]

    Babu, a womaniser, falls in love with a village girl, Jayanthi, and promises to marry her. Due to some unexpected turn of events, Babu's father does not approve of their marriage.

  • Kilinjalgal [25 December 1981]

    When their parents disapprove of their relationship, Babu and Julie, two lovers belonging to different religious backgrounds, face several hardships.

  • Kinaram [1983]

    Unni and Sethu are two musicians who reside in Chennai. Things take a turn when they fall in love with the same girl and compete with each other to win her over.

  • Manjil Virinja Pookkal [25 December 1980]

    Prem Krishnan comes to Kodaikanal for work and happens to meet Prabha. He falls in love with her without realising that she is already married.

  • Mantri Gari Viyyankudu [4 November 1983 (India)]

    Subba Rao, an arrogant millionaire, insults his friend while discussing their children's wedding. However, the friend's son, Babji, vows to avenge his father's humiliation.

  • Marakkillorikkalum [1983]

    When Murali, a ruthless man, tries to rape Suma, her lover, Pradeep, and Madhavan Thampi set out to fight his evil intentions.

  • Mazha Nilaavu [7 January 1983]

    Movie starring Prem Nazir, Jagathy Sreekumar, Bahadoor, Poornima Jayaram and is directed by S. A. Salam.

  • Mohini [Devendra Dodake]

  • Munthanai Mudichu [22 July 1983 (India)]

    Parimalam, a mischievous girl, falls in love with a widower who works as a teacher. She marries him by falsely accusing him of molesting her, but she has to take a drastic step to win his heart.

  • Mupparimanam [3 March 2017 (India)]

    Kathir is upset when his childhood sweetheart, Anusha, breaks up with him after falling in love with her classmate. He is unable to come to terms with her decision and kidnaps her on her wedding day.

  • Naanayam [21 October 1983]

    Two stepbrothers take over their parents' business after their demise. They face many problems when their father's enemies plot against them.

  • Nandri, Meendum Varuga [9 July 1982 (India)]

    Anand, a wealthy man, meets his dream girl, Janaki and they are happily engaged. However, Janaki's life turns tragic when Anand dies in an accident and she slips into amnesia.

  • Ninu Veedani Needanu Nene [12 July 2019]

    A young couple find themselves in a terrifying situation after their car meets with an accident near a cemetery. After they return home, everything seems normal except when they look in the mirror.

  • Njan Ekananu [28 October 1982 (India)]

    Madhavankutty, a middle-aged bachelor, realises that he has neglected his own life while trying to support his siblings. He goes on a pilgrimage with his friend and meets a young couple.

  • Olangal [1982 (India)]

    Ravi and Radha are happily married until Father John shows up with Raju, Ravi's illegitimate son. To avoid any complications in his marriage life, Ravi introduces Raju as his dead friend's son.

  • Onnanu Nammal [26 December 1984]

    When Nirmala learns that she is dying, her marital bliss is shattered. She asks her sister to marry her husband but things take a turn when she recuperates after their marriage.

  • Oomakkuyil [19 August 1983 (India)]

    A bank executive falls in love with his house owner's daughter and the relationship is acceptable to the two families. However, a fateful night changes everything.

  • Oothikachiya Ponnu [11 December 1981]

    Sukumari, a saleswoman, belongs to a poor family and struggles to ends meet. However, a chance meeting with a rich businessman, Vishwanathan, changes her life.

  • Padayottam [6 August 1982]

    Udayan, a young prince, returns to his hometown to avenge his uncle's murder by killing those who conspired against him.

  • Paheli [24 June 2005 (India)]

    A ghost falls in love with a newly-wed woman. To be closer to her, he follows her and takes on the guise of her husband while the latter is away on business.

  • Paritchaikku Neramaachu [14 November 1982]

    When Nadathur's son dies in an accident, it leaves his wife in a state of shock. Anand, a criminal, is a look-alike of their son. Nadathur brings him home and will go to any extent to keep him happy.

  • Payanangal Mudivathillai [26 February 1982]

    Radha falls in love with Ravi, an aspiring singer, unaware of the fact that he is suffering from leukemia and his days are numbered.

  • Pinnilavu [24 June 1983]

    Kesava Panickar, an honest government engineer, is proud that his son, Unni, has been selected for MBBS. But things change when Unni falls into bad company after joining the college.

  • Prasnam Gurutharam [9 December 1983 (India)]

    Ramamurthy, a villager, sets out to a city in search of a job and befriends Balu, a medical representative, who transforms his life.

  • Raatchasi [5 July 2019]

    A dogged headmistress teaches everyone a lesson in perseverance as she battles bureaucracy and corrupt officials to bring her government-run school up to scratch.

  • Rachana [10 March 1983 (India)]

    Sarada's husband, who is an eccentric writer, urges her to befriend Gopi, a new colleague, to inspire his writing. However, Gopi begins to fall for her in the process.

  • Snehapoorvam Meera [21 October 1982]

    Snehapoorvam Meera is a 1982 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Harikumar and produced by S. M. Lal. The film stars Nedumudi Venu, Poornima Jayaram, Sukumari and Jagathy Sreekumar in the lead roles. The film has musical score by M. G. Radhakrishnan.

  • Sooryan [12 November 1982]

    Sooryan is a 1982 Indian Malayalam film, directed by J. Sasikumar and produced by Babu. The film stars Ajayan, Sukumaran, Jalaja and M. G. Soman in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Johnson.

  • Sundara Kandam [15 January 1992]

    A young student falls in love with her teacher, a man who shows no interest in her. When the teacher gets married to another, she continues to stir trouble in his married life.

  • Thaai Mookaambikai [26 June 1982]

    Thaai Mookaambikai is a 1982 Indian Tamil film directed by K. Shankar, starring K. R. Vijaya, Jaishankar, Sivakumar, Sujatha and other leading actors. The film had musical score by Ilaiyaraaja and was released in 1982.

  • Thanga Magan [18 December 2015 (India)]

    Tamizh's life turns upside down when his father commits suicide. So, he tries to uncover the reason that prompted his father to kill himself and finds a number of people involved in it.

  • Vaaimai [22 May 2015]

    A woman stands accused in court of being an accomplice to her son to assassinate a politician.

  • Vaettiya Madichu Kattu [6 March 1998]

    Jai, a timid father, pretends to be brave in order to instil courage into his son. However, he gets in trouble when he is forced to be a witness against a goon by his son.

  • Velicham Vitharunna Penkutty [1982 (India)]

    Movie starring Shankar, Raveendran, Poornima Bhagyaraj, Swapna and is directed by Durai.

  • Veruthe Oru Pinakkam [3 February 1984]

    Veruthe Oru Pinakkam is a 1984 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Sathyan Anthikkad. The film stars Nedumudi Venu and Poornima Jayaram in the lead roles. The film has musical score by Raveendran.

  • Vidhi [26 January 1984 (India)]

    When Radha falls in love with Raja, a rich lawyer's son, and ends up pregnant, Raja and his father refuse to acknowledge paternity. She decides to take the matter to court to seek justice.

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