Bigg Boss Tamil Season 4 – Aarthi Subash Wiki, Bio, Career, Family

Aarthi Subash is famously known as an Indian actress and actor who works in the Tamil film industry. She acted in films like Giri in 2004, Pandikkadavan in 2009, and Kutty in 2010. She acted as a child artist in the late 1990s. She is famously known by the viewers for Tamil serial Pandavar Illam which streams on Sun TV.

Aarthi Subash Wiki:

Bigg Boss Tamil Season 4 - Aarthi Subash Wiki, Bio, Career, Family

Name Aarthi Subash
Other Names Aarthi Subash
Date of Birth 20 October 1996
Age 23
Marital Status Unmarried
Spouse no
Hometown Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Lives in Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Parents Father- Subash
Mother – Yet to Update
Siblings Brother
School SBOA Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Chennai
College Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai
Education Qualifications Travel & Tourism Management
Hobbies Listening to Music, Watching Movies
Religion Hindu
Zodiac Sign Yet to Update
Nationality Indian
Serials Pandavar Illam (Sun Tv)

Aarthi Subash Bio:

Aarthi Subash was born on 20 October 1997. She was born and bought up in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. She completed her schooling in SBOA Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Chennai. She pursued her graduation in Travel & Tourism Management at Ethiraj College for Women in Chennai.

She started her acting career at a very young age. She started her acting debut with Tamil Serial Pandavar Illam which streams on Sun TV opposite Papri Ghosh. She won the Best Female Comedienne award for two consecutive years in 2009 and 2010 for her roles in Padikkadavan in 2009 and Kutty in 2010. In 2012 she was awarded the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Comedian for her work in the film Paraseega Mannan.

She was one of the contestants in the Tamil reality shows Big Boss hosted by Kamal Hasan. She was eliminated from the house on day 21 but later returned for two weeks as a guest contestant. She was married to a comedian Ganeshkar who is also a comedian. The pair had earlier been dance partners during the reality dance show, Maanada Mayilada.

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