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Indian actress Priyamani has acted in many Tamil films. She made her film acting debut in the 2003 Telugu film "Evare Atagaadu" directed by P. Bhanu Shankar. She made her Tamil and Malayalam debuts in 2004, with films "Kangalal Kaidhu Sei" and "Sathyam" respectively. She broke into the big league with the 2006 Telugu film "Pellaina Kothalo." The film was a sleeper hit and brought instant stardom to the struggling actress.

In 2007, Priyamani gained widespread recognition for her role as village girl Muththazhagu in the Tamil film "Paruthiveeran," receiving National Film Award for Best Actress and Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress for her performance. During the same year, she achieved commercial success in Telugu cinema with S. S. Rajamouli-directed "Yamadonga." In 2008, Priyamani received further critical acclaim for her role as Malavika in the Malayalam film "Thirakkatha," written and directed by Ranjith. The following year, she made her Kannada film debut in "Raam" which proved to be a commercial and critical success. She made her Hindi film debut through Mani Ratnam's bilingual in Tamil and Hindi, titled "Raavan" and "Raavanan" respectively. In 2012, her portrayal of conjoined twins in the multilingual film "Chaarulatha," based on Thai film "Alone," gained critical praise.

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