Muktha (also known as Elsa George) is an actress of south Indian cinema. She began her career as a child artiste. She came to prominence after playing the role of Lisamma in Lal Jose's Achanurangatha Veedu that released in 2005. This film garnered her critical acclaim, and she won even hearts of audiences. She began her career as a child artist and later opted to act in television serials such as 'Swaram’ and then forayed into the film industry. This actress is a classical dancer and been a successful entrepreneur.
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In 2008, she appeared in a Telugu film’ Photo’, along with Geetanjali and Anjali. Later, she opted to act in a Tamil cinema ‘Thaamirabharani’ opposite Vishal. Even after selecting Tamil cinema she concentrated in Malayalam movies. This bubbly actress with expressive eyes had made waves on the silver screen in Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu industry.
Although she had gone to star in films such as such as Nasrani, Avan, and Kanchepurathe Kalyanam in Malayalam, Azhagar Malai and Sattapadi Kootram in Tamil, and Photo in Telugu. However, none of which has had an impact at the box office. This actress caught the hearts of movie buffs across all south Indian states. While she was playing the role of a girl of a fisherman community in ‘Moondru Per Moondru Kadhal’, she had learnt the slang of Tamil language used in Nagercoil and surrounding area that is very different and unique.
During her career period, she once had even felt that her family were exploiting her star status and even tried to sabotage her career. This Malayalam actress also stepped into Sandalwood with a project named “Darling’ in 2013. She worked with some big heroes in Malayalam industry and worked in Kollywood too.
Muktha still considers Lal Jose as her guru who brought her in the industry. She started as a child artiste in serials and films and later became a heroine when she was just in eighth standards. Although she was showcased as a homely girl in Malayalam films in Kollywood and Sandalwood she played modern girl character too. In 2015, she has as many four films in her hand that is in the pipeline for release. She was born in Kolenchery on November 19, 1991
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Muktha is also called as Bhanu is a famous and successful actress who works in Malayalam and Tamil movies. She is a multifaceted personality and is also a successful classical dancer and an entrepreneur. She has been working in the Malayalam and Tamil movie circuit since the year 2005. Bhanu is her screen name by which she is popularly known. But, her real name is Muktha Elsa George or Muktha and she belongs to a Christian Keralite family from Kothamangalam, Kerala. Her parents are George and Saly. Her mother runs a beauty salon in Kochi and she also has a sister who is an Engineer. Bhanu started her acting career as a child artiste at the age of six with the Malayalam serial Swaram which aired on the Amita TV. She then made her debut with the Malayalam film director Lal Jose’s Achanurangatha Veedu which was released in the year 2005 when Bhanu was studying in the eighth standard. The film went on to become huge success and her role in the movie is considered as one of the most endearing female roles in the modern Malayalam cinema. The name of Bhanu’s role in the movie was named Lisamma. Bhanu then appeared in a Telugu movie named Photo Opposite and made her super successful entry into the Tamil Film Industry with Thaamirabharani opposite Tamil actor Vishal which was a major box office hit. Few of Bhanu’s most Successful Malayalam films include Goal, Nasrani. She also starred in a Kannada movie called Darling. Mukhtha a.k.a Bhanu is a trained classical dancer and is also currently managing her own chain of Beauty Salons in Kochi, Kerala.Jump to navigationJump to search
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Mukta or Muktha may refer to:
- Jivanmukta (from Sanskrit मोक्ष moksa, freedom)
- Mukta (1994 film) (मुक्ता), Marathi film directed by Jabbar Patel
- Mukta (TV series) (ಮುಕ್ತ), Kannada-language TV series
- T. Muktha also spelt Mukta (1914–2007), singer
- Muktha (actress) (born 1991), Indian actress also known as Bhanu in the Tamil film industry
- Muktha Srinivasan, Indian film director and producer
- Muktha Ramaswamy, Indian film producer who worked in the Tamil film industry
- Muktha S. Sundar, Indian film director and cinematographer who has worked on Tamil language films
- Mukta, village in Panki block