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Hi Suhasini madam I am from karnataka , I am ur fan ,Especially i loved ur voice and smile.U r one of the desent actress .u showed Film industry that acting that matters ,nothing else.U r so talented ,excellent acting in Bandhana,Benkialli aralida Huvu ,Suprabata etc.I am wishing all the success in ur life.Ever smiling.
I have lot of respect for Mr Mani Ratnam. HE is extremely talented, very quiet and one of India's greatest director. Suhasini on the other seems big mouthed and over smart. She doesn't seem to share her husband's humility or a refined character. Suhasini: I have a Phd degree, I teach at a University in USA, I am a Tamilian and I believe in God and I too manage home, husband, family and work and cooking. So please don't brag about your petty achievements. I am more impressed by a poor widowed Indian women making her son a graduate with minimum wage! Suhasini seems to be getting all the attention because of her famous husband!
by kanth on Jul 26, 2006 04:04 PM
Apparently this 'Jyoti' seems to be jealous of Suhasini, hehe. That typical women jealousy we hear and read abt. Some knowledge of psychology will make it apparent
>> So please don't brag about your petty achievements
Ironically you too 'brag' abt your 'achievements' (who cares who you are? :D):
>> Suhasini: I have a Phd degree, I teach at a >> University in USA, I am a Tamilian and I believe >> in God and I too manage home, husband, family and >> work and cooking
Gimme a break!
That said, lemme tell you suhasini is a fine actress, one of those few actresses along with the likes of Revathy, saritha or shabana who could *actually* act and in mutiple South Indian languages. As a Tamilian I am always proud of people like these
Reply to Saravana Kumar:
Mani is no doubt a great director but saying Suhasini's fame has been more as Maniratnam's wife is taking it too far. She was one of those very few actresses who was popular in all four south Indian language films
by Saravana Kumar on Jul 21, 2006 01:08 AM
Hi Jyoti, You have made yourself pretty clear and in fact its true. Her fame has been more as Maniratnam's wife though she did quite a few good roles and was popular more as an actress than as a write or director. I agree with your viewpoint.