V. Brindha will be conferred the award on Sunday at Narada Gana Sabha.
Recognition is coming actor V. Brindha’s way, again. Earlier conferred Life Time achievement Award by Sri Parthasarathy Swamy Sabha, she will receive the silver rolling trophy instituted by the same sabha to be given by Mylapore Academy at a function on Sunday, August 25, at Narada Gana Sabha, 5 p.m. An elated Brinda reveals that she started as a stage artist when she was hardly three years as Bala Ayyappan for Nawab Raja Manickam Pillai Company’s Swamy Ayyappan.
She acted in V.S. Raghavan’s Nagaiyae Unakkoru Namaskaram, Cauvery, etc., Senthamarai’s plays, Kathadi Ramamurthi’s Honeymoon Couple, Ayya Amma… Padi Thandiya Pathi, Star Night, etc., Bombay Chanakya’s Agni Vaarpugal, Irandam Chankyan, Kanalneer, etc.
Member of UAA troupe
In 1995, she acted as Veeramadevi in Raja Raja Chozhan, staged at the Thanjavur Tamil Conference. A member of UAA’s troupe, she acted in almost all of its recent plays.
For the past 20 years, she has been a B High Artist with AIR and has also acted in television plays of Chennai Doordarshan kendra. She played roles in several serials including Jannal, Muthu Charam, Ladies Hostel, Kai Alavu Manasu, Raghuvamsam, Crazy Mohan’s productions and AVM’s soaps. She is part of the cast of Veetukku Veedu Vietnam Veedu, a serial being telecast on Jaya TV. VB has acted in over 30 feature films in Tamil. Notably as Savaithri’s daughter in Gopuram.
A dedicated artist, she is Kalaimamani and was given the Best Artist award by Karthik Fine Arts, Mylapore Academy, Balaji Arts Academy, Wisdom Award and Bharath Kalachar’s Nataka Kala Bharathi Award.