18 Facts About KPAC Lalitha


KPAC Lalitha won two National Film Awards for Best Supporting Actress along with four Kerala State Film Awards.

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KPAC Lalitha latterly served as the chairperson of Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi.

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KPAC Lalitha was married to the late Malayalam filmmaker Bharathan.

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KPAC Lalitha was born as Maheshwari Amma in a Malayalam speaking family at Kayamkulam.

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KPAC Lalitha is the child born 5 years after her Parent's marriage.

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KPAC Lalitha's father was a photographer who was from Kayamkulam and mother was a housewife who was from Aranmula.

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KPAC Lalitha was her Father's pet while her Mother was very strict.

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KPAC Lalitha spent most of her childhood at Ramapuram near Kayamkulam.

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KPAC Lalitha's family migrated to Changanassery, Kottayam for her to join dance class.

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KPAC Lalitha learned to dance when she was a child under the guidance of Chellappan Pillai and then under Kalamandalam Gangadharan.

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KPAC Lalitha took a break from film acting for sometime, doing only a few films.

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KPAC Lalitha's pairing with Innocent was hugely popular with the audience between 1986 and 2006 with successful films like Gajakesariyogam, Apporvam Chillar, Makkal Mahatmiyam, Shubha Yatra, My Dear Muthachan, Kannanum Polisum, Arjunan Pillaiyum Anju Makkalum, Injankaddai Mathan and Sons, Pavam Pavam Rajakumaram.

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KPAC Lalitha won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Amaram, a film directed by her husband Bharathan.

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KPAC Lalitha won her second National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Shantham, directed by Jayaraj.

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KPAC Lalitha has a daughter Sreekutty and a son Sidharth who debuted as an actor in the movie Nammal, which was directed by Kamal.

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KPAC Lalitha published an autobiography, titled Katha Thudarum, which won the Cherukad Award in 2013.

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KPAC Lalitha died in Thrippunithura on 22 February 2022, at the age of 74.

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KPAC Lalitha had been hospitalized since November 2021 due to multiple health issues, including liver ailment and diabetes.

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