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Adoor Bhavani (Born 1927) is an Indian actress in Malayalam movies. One of her most impressive screen appearances was in the national award winning film Chemmeen, directed by Ramu Kariat. She is also noted for her performances in Mudiyanaya Puthran and Thulabharam. She hails from Adoor in Pathanamthitta district of Kerala state. Her sister Adoor Pankajam is also a Malayalam film actress.

In 1969, Bhavani won the Kerala state film award for the second best actress. She was awarded the Chalachithra Saparya Lifetime Achievement award by Mathrubhumi-Medimix in 2002.[1][2]

The National Film Awards is the most prestigious and one of India's oldest award ceremonies. It began in 1954 and is currently run by the Directorate of Film Festivals which was established in 1973. [1]

The Kerala State Film Awards are the most prestigious film awards for a motion picture shot in the language of malayalam. The awards are bestowed by Kerala State Chalachitra Academy on behalf of department of Cultural Affairs, Govt. of Kerala, India. The awards were started in the year 1969.

Chemmeen (Prawns) is a Malayalam novel written by Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai in 1956. Widely successful, it was translated into languages such as English, Russian, German, Italian and French apart from several Indian languages. It was adapted into a film, which won critical acclaim and commercial success.

Adoor Bhavani
Adoor pankajam