Bhagyalakshmi (Indian actress) Bio, Facts.
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Bhagyalakshmi
Born/Date of Birth: 1 November 1962
Place of Birth: Kozhikode, Kerala, India
Nationality: Indian
Other names: Bhagyam
Occupation: Dubbing artist, television host
Spouse: K. Ramesh Kumar (m. 1985–2014)
Children: Nithin, Sachin
Parents: Bhargavi Amma, Kumaran Nair
Awards: Kerala State Film Award for Best Dubbing Artist

Biography
Bhagyalakshmi (born 1 November 1962) is an Indian dubbing artist, actress and an activist. She works primarily in Malayalam Film Industry. She has dubbed for more than 4000 films in Malayalam cinema, most notable for giving voice for characters portrayed by actress Shobana. Bhagyalakshmi published her autobiography titled as Swarabhedangal, which received the Kerala Sahitya Akademi Award for Biography and Autobiography.

Career
Bhagyalakshmi started dubbing in 1972 at the age of 10 for child characters. Her first noted movie was Aparadhi in 1977 and became popular by the film Kolilakam (dubbed for Sumalatha). She has also acted in around 20 Malayalam movies with Manassu (1973) her debut movie (child artist). She has the record of winning Kerala State Film Award the maximum number of times after dubbing artist Sreeja RaviIn 2021,she entered Bigg Boss Malayalam Season 3 as a contestant and was evicted on Day 48.

Personal life
Bhagyalakshmi was born on 1 November 1962 to Kumaran Nair, who hails from Powaat Tharavadu in Kozhikode and Bhargavi Amma from Kurupath Tharavad in Shoranur. She has an elder sister Indira Nair and a brother Unni Nair. She started her career as a dubbing artist at the age of 10. She completed her pre-university course while working in the cinema industry. She lost both her parents at childhood. She was married to K. Ramesh Kumar on 27 October 1985. The couple have two sons. The couple got separated in 2011 and was officially divorced in September 2014. He died on 23 March 2021 due to kidney failure.

Publication
Bhagyalakshmi published her autobiography named as Swarabhedangal and selected in Nielsen Data. This is the first time a Malayalam book is selected for this endowment.

Controversy
Assault case
On 26 September 2020, Bhagyalakshmi along with two other activists Diya Sana and Sreelakshmi Arakkal inked and manhandled a YouTube vlogger named Vijay P. Nair at his residence at Thiruvananthapuram alleging that one of his video was a personal insult to her even though her name was not explicitly mentioned. Following that she and the other two were charged with non-bailable offences including criminal trespass and attempt to murder.

Source: Wikipedia
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