5 Facts About Birthday Girl Deepa Bhaskar Of Subbalakshmi Samsara That Are Surprising

Deepa Bhaskar has dubbed over 250 films. This and other facts about Subbalakshmi Samsara actress you didn't know.

A Still Of Deepa Bhaskar Aka Subbalakshmi From Subbalakshmi Samsara

It’s a good day today because it is Namma Subbalakshmi’s birthday today. Deepa Bhaskar, popularly known as Subbalakshmi from the hit Zee Kannada show Subbalakshmi Samsara has given all fans nothing but entertainment till date. While she has just started getting active on social media recently, Deepa is a unique individual in real life with a staunch love for theatre. Unlike her on-screen character, Deepa is extremely happy in her married life and loves her athey the most.

Today on 7th August, i.e, Subbi’s real-life birthday, we bring to you some lesser-known but extremely interesting facts about the actress that will make your jaw drop. Like I mentioned before, unlike her onscreen persona, Deepa is a diverse individual in real life with a belief that all women should be independent. So without further ado, here are the facts…

1. Deepa’s various interests apart from acting in Subbalakshmi Samsara

With an evergrowing passion for theatre, Deepa is not only a TV serial actor but is also into theatre acting, film acting and web-series acting. No, this isn’t a prank, apart from all these roles, she is also a voice artist and a classical dancer.

2. Evidence of an old short-film to prove how good Deepa was even then

Take a look at this video and I am sure you’ll not only see a different version of Subbalakshmi, but also a very modern one. The film is titled Duri Duri Duggalamma which is a modern tale of husband and wife. Enjoy the watch!

3. Her dubbing venture is more serious than we thought 

Deepa has dubbed for a whopping 250 films including Jogi, Mungaru Male 1 and 2, Duniya etc and continues to be an active voice artist even now.

4. She is a graceful classical dancer 

Yes! Namma Subbi is a trained Kathak singer and has trained under Sri Nirupama Rajendra and Sri T.D. Rajendra. Not only this, she has even travelled internationally and done stage shows in the United States and the United Kingdom.

5. Deepa Bhaskar’s awards and recognitions

As I mentioned earlier that Deepa has done a lot of dubbing in her career, she has even been recognised for it. In 2004 (Ranga SSLC), 2004 (Arasu) and 2009 (Just Math Mathalli), Deepa won the State Award for the Best Dubbing Artist Female. Apart from this, she has won the Aryabhatta Award for the Best Child Anchor for a children’s talk show called Putani.com, and the State Award for the Best Child Actor Female for the film Putti.

Don’t forget to send in your birthday wishes to Namma Subbalakshmi, in the comments box given below.

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