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Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress turned director who works predominantly in Kannada language films. She is best known for roles during the 1970s and 1980s. After her self-declared retirement from films in the late 1980s, she returned as director with Mithayi Mane (2005), which met with critical appreciation and also won the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film.

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  • Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress turned director who works predominantly in Kannada language films. She is best known for roles during the 1970s and 1980s. After her self-declared retirement from films in the late 1980s, she returned as director with Mithayi Mane (2005), which met with critical appreciation and also won the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film.
  • Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress who predominantly acted in Kannada language films during the 1070s and the 1980s. One of the most popular heroines of her time, she has won the Filmfare awards South and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. After her retirement from films in the mid 1980s, she returned staged a comeback as director with Mithayi Mane (2005), which met with critical appreciation and also won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film.
  • Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress who predominantly acted in Kannada language films during the 1070s and the 1980s. One of the most popular heroines of her time, she has won the Filmfare awards South and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. After her retirement from films in the mid 1980s, she staged a comeback in 2005 as a director with Mithayi Mane which met with critical appreciation and also won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film.
  • Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress who predominantly acted in Kannada language films during the 1970s and 1980s. One of the most popular heroines of her time, she has won the Filmfare awards South and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. After her retirement from films in the mid 1980s, she staged a comeback in 2005 as a director with Mithayi Mane which met with critical appreciation and also won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film.
  • Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress who predominantly acted in Kannada language films during the 1970s and 1980s. She has won the Filmfare awards South and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. After her retirement from films in the mid 1980s, she staged a comeback in 2005 as a director with Mithayi Mane which met with critical appreciation and also won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film.
  • Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress who predominantly acted in Kannada language films during the 1970s and 1980s. She has won the Filmfare awards South and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. After her retirement from films in the mid 1980s, she staged a comeback in 2005 as a director with Mithayi Mane which met with critical appreciation and also won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film. She was also nominated as a Member of the Legislative Council of the , making her only the second actress after B. Jayamma to be so nominated.
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  • Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress turned director who works predominantly in Kannada language films. She is best known for roles during the 1970s and 1980s. After her self-declared retirement from films in the late 1980s, she returned as director with Mithayi Mane (2005), which met with critical appreciation and also won the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film. As a lead actress in more than 125 feature films, Aarathi was among the top league of actresses of her time, having won the Filmfare awards and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. She was also nominated as a Member of the Legislative Council of the Vidhana parishad, making her only the second actress after B. Jayamma to be so nominated.
  • Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress who predominantly acted in Kannada language films during the 1070s and the 1980s. One of the most popular heroines of her time, she has won the Filmfare awards South and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. After her retirement from films in the mid 1980s, she returned staged a comeback as director with Mithayi Mane (2005), which met with critical appreciation and also won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film. She was also nominated as a Member of the Legislative Council of the Vidhana parishad, making her only the second actress after B. Jayamma to be so nominated.
  • Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress who predominantly acted in Kannada language films during the 1070s and the 1980s. One of the most popular heroines of her time, she has won the Filmfare awards South and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. After her retirement from films in the mid 1980s, she staged a comeback in 2005 as a director with Mithayi Mane which met with critical appreciation and also won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film. She was also nominated as a Member of the Legislative Council of the Vidhana parishad, making her only the second actress after B. Jayamma to be so nominated.
  • Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress who predominantly acted in Kannada language films during the 1970s and 1980s. One of the most popular heroines of her time, she has won the Filmfare awards South and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. After her retirement from films in the mid 1980s, she staged a comeback in 2005 as a director with Mithayi Mane which met with critical appreciation and also won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film. She was also nominated as a Member of the Legislative Council of the Vidhana parishad, making her only the second actress after B. Jayamma to be so nominated.
  • Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress who predominantly acted in Kannada language films during the 1970s and 1980s. She has won the Filmfare awards South and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. After her retirement from films in the mid 1980s, she staged a comeback in 2005 as a director with Mithayi Mane which met with critical appreciation and also won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film. She was also nominated as a Member of the Legislative Council of the Vidhana parishad, making her only the second actress after B. Jayamma to be so nominated.
  • Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress who predominantly acted in Kannada language films during the 1970s and 1980s. She has won the Filmfare awards South and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. After her retirement from films in the mid 1980s, she staged a comeback in 2005 as a director with Mithayi Mane which met with critical appreciation and also won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film. She was also nominated as a Member of the Legislative Council of the Vidhana parishad, making her only the second actress after B. Jayamma to be so nominated. Aarathi’s husband is Chandrashekar Desaigoudar.
  • Aarathi (born 1954) is an Indian actress who predominantly acted in Kannada language films during the 1970s and 1980s. She has won the Filmfare awards South and the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Actress four times each. After her retirement from films in the mid 1980s, she staged a comeback in 2005 as a director with Mithayi Mane which met with critical appreciation and also won her the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Children's Film. She was also nominated as a Member of the Legislative Council of the , making her only the second actress after B. Jayamma to be so nominated.
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  • Ranganayaki
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