27 September 1988
|Other names||Kaadhal Sandhya|
Revathy (born 27 September 1988), known by her stage name Kadhal Sandhya, is an Indian film actress who acts primarily in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada films. She made her debut as an actress in the 2004 Tamil film Kaadhal (2004), in which earned her a Filmfare Award and Special Jury Award by Government of Tamil Nadu.
She was born in Trivandrum. Her father Ajith is an employee of IOB and her mother Maya is a beautician. She has an elder brother, Rahul. She attended Vidyodaya Girls Higher Secondary School, Chennai until completing Class 9.
She married a Chennai-based IT worker, Arjun, on 6 December 2015. The ceremony was held at Guruvayur Temple. The couple had a daughter in September 2016.
After Kaadhal, for which she won the Filmfare Best Tamil Actress Award of 2004, she took up a Malayalam film titled Alice in Wonderland which she played as the sister of actor Jayaram. Then came the musical romance Dishyum with Jeeva. After the success of the film Dishyum, she opted to discontinue her studies before passing her 10th class. She was also a part of Mani Ratnam's stage show, Netru, Indru, Naalai and many other stage shows. In her third Tamil film, Vallavan, she had only a small role, and the film had only modest box office success. She also acted in Koodal Nagar with Bharath. She debuted as a playback singer for the film Manjal Veiyil. In 2010, she appeared in a role opposite Vishnuvardhan in the Kannada film Aptharakshaka directed by P. Vasu. Her role was commended by the critics. The film was successful and appeared in cinemas for 35 continuous weeks.
She is scheduled to appear in Tarun Gopi's forthcoming film Soodhaatam, Second Innings and Long Sight. She has been a judge on a number of reality shows including Comedy Stars and Little Stars on Asianet.
|2004||Kaadhal||Aishwarya Rajendran||Tamil||Filmfare Award for Best Actress|
Tamil Nadu State Film Special Award for Best Actress
|2005||Alice in Wonderland||Alice||Malayalam|
|2006||Dishyum||Cinthya Jayachandran||Tamil||Tamil Nadu State Film Special Award for Best Actress|
|2006||Annavaram||Varalakshmi (Varam)||Telugu||Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress - Telugu|
|2007||Kannamoochi Yenada||Devasena Arumugam||Tamil|
|2008||Velli Thirai||Herself||Tamil||Cameo appearance|
|2008||Mahesh, Saranya Matrum Palar||Saranya||Tamil|
|2009||Manjal Veiyil||Gayathri||Tamil||Also sang a song in this movie|
|2010||Irumbukkottai Murattu Singam||Thumbi||Tamil|
|2012||Padmasree Bharat Dr. Saroj Kumar||Actress||Malayalam||Special appearance|
|2012||The Hit List||Gouri Vikram||Malayalam|
|2014||My Dear Mummy||Sandra||Malayalam|
|2015||Kaththukkutti||Item dancer||Tamil||Special appearance|
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