Parvathy Thiruvothu is a Tamil film actor who plays the character of Duleepaly Karate in the movie ‘Ace Rajkumar’. Parvathy Thiruvothu first appeared in a television serials ‘Mankatha’ in 1960. He has gone on to appear in more than fifty films and has been nominated for Filmfare Award at the Cannes Festival. He has also acted in many TV serials and films. His latest film ‘Ace Rajkumar’ which releases this month has already bagged him an accolade.
Parvathy Thiruvothu is well-known among his peers and his fans as Menon. Parvathy Thiruvothu is categorized as a genre actor because he specializes in producing Science Fiction, thriller and Kismet Kameez. Another important aspect of his acting career is that of his physique. He has always been obsessed about his body and physique and has always tried to improve it. He has even tried out for and won a spot for India’s Next Top Model in the late nineties. In recent times he has been a favorite among his peers and his fans for his bodybuilding and physique.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||34 B|
|Waist Size||28 Inches|
|Hips Size||34 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
Parvathy Thiruvothu is a famous name among Tamil actresses and fans for his portrayal of a character called “Ace Rajkumar” in the movie “Ace Rajkumar”. Rajkumar is an extraordinary young man who has a very strong familial relationship with his grandmother who is a committed Christian. On one hand Rajkumar is a caring family man who cares deeply for his aging mother who has ailing health. On the other hand Rajkumar harbours a secret passion for flesh and blood which upsets his grandmother’s mind. His grandmother refuses to accept the fact and tries to stop him from getting marry and claiming him as their son.
Parvathy Thiruvothu biography reveals that Rajkumar had once been the top student of King Edward VIII who was then also a teenager. Parvathy Thiruvothu further states that Rajkumar was apprenticed to a noted physician in Kandy. It is evident that Edward VIII was a regular visitor to Kandy during his reign as a ruler of England and Scotland. It was then that he realized Rajkumar was talented in handling the bow and arrow. He consequently instructed the physician to train Rajkumar for this art. It was then that Thiruvothu discovered the biographer was in fact researching the life of Rajkumar.
The book ends with a brief note at the end where Thiruvothu states “But if I may venture to conclude it is because she has more important matters to deal with in her life than the trivial ones of a boy who wants to marry his grandma.” The writing style of the book is clear and the topics covered are significant and are discussed in a lucid manner. The author engages in a lot of trivia and engages the reader with his style of writing which is conversational and witty. Parvathy Thiruvothu is a very humorous writer and engages the reader fully. I loved the book and recommend it highly to anyone looking for a Malayalam movie review.
This book has a lot of quotable lines that will make you laugh and make you think. Parvathy Thiruvothu also writes about the social media and how people use it as a tool to connect and help them stay connected and updates about the current events. Many modern-day books also have a social media component but not as prominent as the one in Parvathy Thiruvothu. Thiruvothu provides a detailed look at social media and its impact on our daily lives and what we can do to make it better. If you have an open mind and willing to learn, I highly recommend this book to you.