It’s Nayanthara’s 37th birthday today, making her one of South India’s highest-paid performers and leading ladies. Nayanthara is well-known in the South Indian cinema industries of Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu. She’s a famous actress who’s wowed audiences in several films with her stunning performances. On the occasion of her birthday, we’ve compiled a list of interesting tidbits about her.
Her given name is Diana Mariam Kurian, and she was born in Bangalore, now known as Bengaluru. Nayanthara’s family hails from Thiruvalla, Kerala, and belongs to the Kodiyattu aristocracy.
Nayanthara, the daughter of an Indian Air Force officer, studied in Delhi and Gujarat. Thuruvalla’s Marthoma College, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, is where she now calls home.
In the Malayalam film business, she made her acting debut in “Manassinakkare.” 2013 was the year she made her debut in a Malayalam film. Nayanthara made her debut in both the Tamil and Telugu cinema industry within two years of each other. ‘Ayya’ and ‘Yogi’ were her first films in Tamil and Telugu, respectively.
Known as the ‘Sandalwood Business’ in the Kannada cinema industry, she debuted in 2010. “Super,” in which Nayanthara appeared, was her directorial debut. Nayanthara has established herself as one of India’s best-known actresses, which is her sole Kannada film.
Maya, Thani Oruvan, Babu Bangaram, Naanum Rowdy Dhaan, and Iru Mugan are her most popular flicks (2016).
She was dating actor Silambarasan at the time. After they were cast opposite each other in the film ‘Vallavan,’ their romance blossomed. In the end, they broke up after a few months of dating.
Prabhu Deva has also been rumoured to be dating Nayanthara. Her relationship with this guy was a hot-button topic. Vignesh Shivan is rumoured to be dating Nayanthara at the moment.
Additionally, Nayanthara changed her religion to Hinduism back in August of the year 2017. During her visit to the Arya Samaj temple in Chennai, the actress through all of the necessary rituals and processes to become a Hindu. She has a long list of honours and medals, but the South Filmfare Awards in 2007 gave her her first prize for ‘Best Actress.’