Dhivyadharshini Age Biography, Height, Wiki, Net Worth
Dhivyadharshini Age Biography
Dhivyadharshini Age Biography: Dhivyadharshini is a gorgeous Indian TV personality and actress. Her wiki page has information about her age.
She entered this world on February 17, 1985. Dhivyadharshini is 37 years old at this time. Her performance in the films Saroja (2008) and Power Paandi brought her a lot of attention (2017).
Dhivyadharshini Early Life And Family
Dhivyadharshini was supposed to be born to a father named K. Neelakandan Devar and a mother named N. Srilatha. She also has a brother and a sister. Her younger brother is a pilot for an airline, while her older sister, Priyadarshini, is also successful in the television industry. She received her lower maintenance training at Anna Adarsh College in Chennai after attending Our Lady’s Matriculation Higher Secondary School. Since then, she has continued her education at Our Lady’s Matriculation Higher Secondary School.
Dhivyadharshini Professional Life
Dhivyadharshini had her professional start as a TV anchor in 1999, when she successfully tested out to be the youngest stay for Vijay TV’s Ungal Theerpu. This event marked the beginning of her long and successful career. She took a significant step forward in her career as an actor by playing a role that was true to life in K. Balachander’s television serial Rekkai Kattiya Manasu, which was shown on Raj TV. After making a few more cameos in films, Dhivyadharshini returned to her roots in television, where she was cast in pivotal parts in the Raadan Media adventures Selvi and Arase. She has also worked as a name artist in films, most notably lending her voice to the character of Vega Tamotia in the film Saroja and Piaa Bajpai in the film Goa.
Since 2007, Dhivyadharshini has been one of the primary TV anchors that is featured on Tamil TV, and she has notably kept on presenting a few unscripted television series on Vijay TV. Both of these accomplishments have been brought to your attention. Alongside Deepak and Aravind Akash, she hosts the underlying periods of Jodi Number One, and she is also the underlying presenter of Boys Vs. Young Ladies.
Shubhayathra (1990), also known as “Raman’s Child”
Julie Ganapathi (2003) (Writer) Whistle (2003) (Bhagyam) Nala Damayanthi (2003) (Saravathy) Five by Four (2003) (2003) (Namitha) Saroja (2008)
Goa (2010) (2010) (Roshini)
Power Paandi (2017) (Poonthendral’s daughter) \sFrozen 2 (2019) (2019) (Anna) \sDhruva Natchathiram (2020) (2020)
Television Shows / Series:
Theerpu Ungal’s Ungal (1999) (Host) \sThadayam (2003-05) (2003-05) (Subhu) Kolangal (2004-07) (Anjali) Ahalya (2004-05) (Gowri)
Selvi (2005-06) (2005-06) (Madhu) Arasi (2007) (Madhu) Kanavugal Aayiram (2007) (Bharathi) \sJodi Number One (2006-2014) (2006-2014) (Host) A Battle of the Sexes (2009) (Host) Airtel Super Singer T20 (2012) Koffee with DD, hosted by DD (2013-17) Achcham Thavir, (Host) (2016) (Host) Anbudan DD (2017) (Host) Enkitta Modhaade (2018-19) Dancing Super Stars and Their Hosts (2019-present) (Judge) Speed Set Go! (2019-present) (Host)