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She has won various awards and accolades for her works. She won the [[Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress]] two times for her performances. Firstly for ''Ennu Ninte Moideen'', ''Charlie'' in 2016 and second time for one of her most notable performance in the film ''Take Off'' in 2018. She also received the [[IFFI Best Actor Award (Female)]] at the [[48th International Film Festival of India]] and received the [[National Film Award – Special Mention (Feature film)|National Film Award – Special Mention]] for the same role. She won Filmfare awards for various roles as well, including the 2016 [[Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Malayalam|Filmfare Award for Best Actress]] for her role as Kanchanamala in the Malayalam film ''Ennu Ninte Moideen'' (2015) and the 2008 [[Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil|Filmfare Award for Best Actress]] for her role as Maari in the Tamil film ''Poo''. She also won the 2015 [[Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Malayalam|Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress]] for her role as RJ Sarah in the Malayalam film ''Bangalore Days'' (2014). She won her second Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Malayalam for the movie ''Take Off''.
 
==Career==
 
=== Acting debut and success (2006–2011) ===
Parvathy made her acting debut in the 2006 Malayalam film ''[[Out of Syllabus]]'', portraying a supporting role as a college student. Her second venture, [[Rosshan Andrrews]]' ''[[Notebook (2006 film)|Notebook]]'', won media attention due to its theme on teenage pregnancy. She appeared alongside [[Roma Asrani]] and [[Mariya Roy]], after being picked for one of the three main roles from five thousand applicants.<ref>[http://www.hindu.com/fr/2006/09/15/stories/2006091500070200.htm Friday Review Thiruvananthapuram / On Location : Snapshots of school life]. The Hindu (15 September 2006). Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref><ref>[http://www.sify.com/movies/notebook-review-malayalam-14355480.html Movie Review : Notebook]. Sify.com. Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref> She was also seen in [[Sathyan Anthikkad]]'s comedy drama film, ''[[Vinodayathra]]'' (2007), playing a supporting role alongside an ensemble cast including [[Dileep (actor)|Dileep]], [[Mukesh (actor)|Mukesh]] and [[Meera Jasmine]].<ref>[http://www.sify.com/movies/vinodayathra-review-malayalam-14426079.html Movie Review : Vinodayathra]. Sify.com. Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref>
 
Her first leading role was in the Kannada film ''[[Milana (film)|Milana]]'', which became a commercial success upon release. Pairing alongside [[Puneet Rajkumar]], she was a surprise selection for the film and began working on the film in April 2007.<ref>[http://www.sify.com/entertainment/movies/kannada/fullstory.php?id=14423210 Parvathi opposite Puneeth!] {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20190101051523/http://www.sify.com/entertainment/movies/kannada/fullstory.php?id=14423210 |date=1 January 2019 }}. Sify.com. Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref> The film won mixed reviews, but the actress's role was praised with a critic noting she "has been a wonderful selection for the role", adding that "she has that right attitude for the role".<ref>[http://www.sify.com/movies/milana-review-kannada-14527855.html Movie Review : Milana]. Sify.com. Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref> The film went on to become a big commercial success, running for 500 days at a multiplex in Bangalore.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20140106032259/http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2009-01-14/news-interviews/28055342_1_puneet-rajkumar-lifetime-achievement-award-power-star I never makes a big deal of awards: Puneet – Times Of India]. Articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com (14 January 2009). Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref><ref>[http://www.sify.com/movies/boxoffice.php?id=14581836&cid=14176012 Milana continues to top Kannada film charts] {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20160105194644/http://www.sify.com/movies/boxoffice.php?id=14581836&cid=14176012 |date=5 January 2016 }}. Sify.com (28 December 2007). Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref> She returned to the Malayalam industry portraying the leading female role in [[Sibi Malayil]]'s ''[[Flash (2007 film)|Flash]]'' with [[Mohanlal]] and [[Indrajith Sukumaran|Indrajith]], and prior to release revealed that she hoped the film would give a breakthrough as a lead actress in the industry.<ref>[http://www.hindu.com/2007/12/02/stories/2007120250940200.htm Kerala News : Parvathi’s flash of hope]. The Hindu (2 December 2007). Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref> However, the film failed commercially and garnered poor reviews on release.<ref>[http://www.sify.com/movies/flash-review-malayalam-14580184.html Movie Review : Flash]. Sify.com. Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref>
 
Parvathy was selected to play the lead role in [[Sasi (director)|Sasi]]'s ''[[Poo (film)|Poo]]'' (2008) and featured alongside [[Srikanth (Tamil actor, born 1979)|Srikanth]], portraying the role of a young Tamil village girl named Maari. She revealed that she had to forgo twelve other offers to commit to the film, noting that Sasi selected her after a successful audition.<ref>[http://www.indiaglitz.com/channels/tamil/article/43434.html I sacrificed 12 film offers for 'Poo': Parvathi – Tamil Movie News]. Indiaglitz.com (5 December 2008). Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref> To acclimatize to the role, the actress had to get her skin tone several shades darker and also visited a firework factory to study Maari's occupation. The actress revealed she found it difficult getting out of character and became emotionally attached to the role she had played.<ref>[http://www.rediff.com/movies/2008/dec/05sli2-parvathy-on-poo.htm Parvathy's stunning transformation!]. rediff.com. Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref> Upon release, the film and her performance won rave reviews. A critic from [[Sify.com]] noted "Parvathy has lived in the role of Maari and takes your breath away as she effortlessly delivers such a difficult role so convincingly on her debut in Tamil", adding that "she is consistently credible and lifelike and absolutely riveting."<ref>[http://www.sify.com/movies/poo-review-tamil-14806415.html Movie Review : Poo]. Sify.com. Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref> Similarly [[Rediff.com]]'s reviewer mentioned that ''Poo'' is "almost entirely Parvathy's film" noting that "she's superb", while Malathi Rangarajan of ''[[The Hindu]]'' wrote "Parvathy makes optimum use and plays a rustic belle to the hilt in attire and expression, also getting the body language right."<ref>[http://www.hindu.com/cp/2008/12/05/stories/2008120550050200.htm Cinema Plus / Film Review : Return to the roots – Poo]. The Hindu (5 December 2008). Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref><ref>[http://www.rediff.com/movies/2008/nov/28poo-review.htm Poo is poetic]. Rediff.com. Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref> The actress subsequently went on to win [[Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil|the Filmfare Award for Best Tamil Actress]], while also securing other accolades and nominations from several other award juries, notably winning the [[Vijay Award for Best Debut Actress]].<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20121026031715/http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2009-08-02/news-interviews/28177373_1_black-lady-award-film The glowing filmfare night! – Times Of India]. Articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com (2 August 2009). Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref>
 
Her only release in 2009 was the Kannada film, ''[[Male Barali Manju Irali]]'', directed by Vijayalakshmi Singh, where she dubbed for the role in her own voice. Parvathy accepted the venture, which featured mostly rookie technicians, noting that she was impressed by the director's script and revealed she had turned down several offers from Tamil film-makers during the period who had wanted to cast her in roles similar to her character from ''Poo''.<ref>[http://www.nowrunning.com/news/bollywood/parvathy-excited-about-male-barali-manju-irali/24099/story.htm Parvathy excited about Male Barali Manju Irali]. Nowrunning.com (22 June 2009). Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref><ref>[http://www.sify.com/movies/boxoffice.php?id=14735117&ctid=2 Parvathy is back in Kannada]. Sify.com. Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref> The film won rave reviews, with a critic noting "Parvathy steals the show" and that "she comes with one of the most absorbing performances", adding that "her level of commitment to the role could be gauged by the way she has taken pains to dub in an alien language almost perfectly."<ref>[http://movies.rediff.com/report/2009/jul/31/kannada-film-review-male-barali-manju-irali.htm Male Barali Manju Irali is a must watch – Rediff.com Movies]. Movies.rediff.com (31 July 2009). Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref><ref>[http://movies.rediff.com/slide-show/2009/jun/12/slide-show-1-parvathy-talks-about-her-new-kannada-film.htm#2 From Poo to Male Barali Manju Irali – Rediff.com Movies]. Movies.rediff.com (12 June 2009). Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref>
 
In 2010, Parvathy again teamed up with Puneet Rajkumar in ''[[Prithvi (2010 film)|Prithvi]]'', which was based on the political situation in Karnataka. The director has earmarked her for the role when writing the script and her re-collaboration with Puneet after the success of ''Milana'', was built up by the media.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20140106032217/http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2009-10-10/news-interviews/28079052_1_prithvi-jacob-varghese-power-star Parvathi bags Prithvi – Times Of India]. Articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com (10 October 2009). Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref> Though the film opened to positive reviews, critics noted the little scope that Parvathy's character had in the film, noting that "she was mostly confined to the songs".<ref>[http://www.rediff.com/movies/review/south-kannada-movie-review-prithvi/20100423.htm Prithvi is a treat for Puneet fans – Rediff.com Movies]. Rediff.com (23 April 2010). Retrieved on 5 January 2014.</ref><ref>[http://www.sify.com/movies/prithvi-review-kannada-14939464.html Movie Review: Prithvi]. Sify.com. Retrieved on 6 January 2014.</ref> Her Malayalam film ''[[City of God (2011 film)|City of God]]'' (2011), which was directed by [[Lijo Jose Pellissery]], opened to mixed reviews. Despite the commercial failure of the project, critics noted she was "just brilliant" and a "dynamo" in her role of a Tamil refugee girl.<ref>[http://www.sify.com/movies/city-of-god-review-malayalam-14968186.html Movie Review: City of God]. Sify.com. Retrieved on 6 January 2014.</ref><ref>[http://www.rediff.com/movies/review/review-city-of-god/20110425.htm Review: City Of God is worth a watch – Rediff.com Movies]. Rediff.com (25 April 2011). Retrieved on 6 January 2014.</ref> The actress took a voluntary break after the film's release, deciding to become choosier while selecting scripts.<ref>[http://newindianexpress.com/entertainment/interviews/article564840.ece No more goodie characters: Parvathi]. The New Indian Express (12 July 2012). Retrieved on 6 January 2014.</ref>
 
=== Established actress (2013-2014) ===
Her first release in 2013, was the Kannada romantic film ''[[Andhar Bahar]]'' co-starring [[Shivrajkumar]], which told the story of the relationship between a newly married criminal and his wife. She dubbed with her own voice for the film again, revealing that she chose to star in the film as the role had scope for her to perform.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20131203052458/http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-04-03/news-interviews/38247330_1_andar-bahar-kannada-shivarajkumar Parvathy has dubbed for her character in Andar Bahar – Times Of India]. Articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com (3 April 2013). Retrieved on 6 January 2014.</ref> The film opened to good reviews, with a critic noting "Parvathy lights up the screen whenever she appears and is a delight to watch".<ref>[http://www.rediff.com/movies/report/review-andar-bahar-is-a-good-watch/20130405.htm Review: Andar Bahar is a good watch – Rediff.com Movies]. Rediff.com (5 April 2013). Retrieved on 6 January 2014.</ref> She was next seen in the 2013 Tamil [[thriller film]], ''[[Chennaiyil Oru Naal]]'', featuring her alongside an ensemble cast. The film, a remake of the 2011 Malayalam film ''[[Traffic (2011 film)|Traffic]]'', has its narrative in a [[Hyperlink cinema|hyperlink]] format and Parvathy won good reviews for her small role as Aditi.<ref>{{cite news|title=Tamil review: 'Chennaiyil Oru Naal' is an out and out racy thriller|url=http://ibnlive.in.com/news/tamil-review-chennaiyil-oru-naal-is-an-out-and-out-racy-thriller/382032-71-180.html|access-date=10 May 2013|newspaper=CNN IBN|date=30 March 2013}}</ref><ref>[http://www.sify.com/movies/chennaiyil-oru-naal-review-review-tamil-15024691.html Movie Review : Chennaiyil Oru Naal]. Sify.com. Retrieved on 6 January 2014.</ref> She has then signed to essay a leading role in [[Bharat Bala]]'s romantic drama ''[[Maryan (film)|Maryan]]'' opposite [[Dhanush]]. The director had seen her performance in ''Poo'' and subsequently auditioned her for the part, with Parvathy noting that the character was the best she has played till date. She portrayed Panimalar, a girl in love with the titular character Maryan, who inspires him to overcome his struggles. During production, the actress helped get into the mind of the character by working with fishermen, while also learning how to swim for underwater scenes.<ref>[http://www.rediff.com/movies/slide-show/slide-show-1-south-parvathy-dhanush--is-a-very-private-person/20130715.htm#4 Parvathy: Dhanush is a very private person – Rediff.com Movies]. Rediff.com (15 July 2013). Retrieved on 6 January 2014.</ref> The film released to unanimously positive reviews and successful box office collections in June 2013. A reviewer from Sify.com noted Parvathy "leaves a lasting impression", while another critic noted that she "is totally in sync with Dhanush all the way; she has matched him step for step, never allowing him to overshadow her."<ref>[http://www.rediff.com/movies/review/review-south-mariyaan-is-a-beautiful-love-story/20130719.htm Review: Mariyaan is a beautiful love story – Rediff.com Movies]. Rediff.com (19 July 2013). Retrieved on 6 January 2014.</ref><ref>[http://www.sify.com/movies/maryan-review-tamil-15034378.html Movie Review: Maryan]. Sify.com. Retrieved on 6 January 2014.</ref> Times of India's review noted "Parvathy is the other pillar of the film, and comes up with a scintillating performance", adding "it is such a pleasure to watch her portray the various emotions".<ref>[http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/regional/tamil/movie-reviews/Maryan/movie-review/21217584.cms Maryan movie review: Wallpaper, Story, Trailer at Times of India]. Timesofindia.indiatimes.com. Retrieved on 6 January 2014.</ref> Her portrayal as Panimalar made received her multiple nominations for Best Actress, most notably the Filmfare Award for Best Actress - Tamil and the [[Vijay Award for Best Actress]].
 
Her only 2014 release, ''Bangalore Days'' directed by [[Anjali Menon]], was a high commercial success, with reports claiming that it was "one of the biggest hits in the history of Malayalam cinema".<ref>[http://www.firstpost.com/bollywood/anjali-menons-bangalore-days-creates-history-1562751.html Anjali Menon’s 'Bangalore Days' creates history]. Firstpost. Retrieved on 14 August 2015.</ref> An ensemble cast including [[Dulquer Salmaan]], [[Nivin Pauly]], [[Fahadh Faasil]], [[Nazriya Nazim]], [[Nithya Menen]] and [[Isha Talwar]]. Parvathy's performance as RJ Sarah was well appreciated & she went on to win several accolades, including the [[Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress - Malayalam]].
 
=== ''Ennu Ninte Moideen'' and beyond (2015-present) ===
In 2015, she appeared in the romance film ''[[Ennu Ninte Moideen]]'' which narrated the tragic love tale of Kanchanamala and Moideen which happened in the 1960s in [[Mukkam]], a riverside village in Kerala. The film opened to critical acclaim, with several critics regarding it as one of the greatest romance films made in Malayalam. Parvathy's performance was acclaimed critically & commercially. She went onto win many accolades most notably her first [[Filmfare Award for Best Actress - Malayalam]] <ref>Rejath RG (21 September 2015). [http://www.kaumudi.com/innerpage1.php?newsid=69214 "Ennu Ninte Moideen is truly epic"] {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20150925193630/http://www.kaumudi.com/innerpage1.php?newsid=69214 |date=25 September 2015 }}. ''[[Kerala Kaumudi]]''. Retrieved 21 September 2015.</ref><ref>Akhila Menon (20 September 2015). [http://www.filmibeat.com/malayalam/news/2015/ennu-ninte-moideen-movie-review-198654.html "Ennu Ninte Moideen Movie Review: An Eternal Love Saga!"]. Retrieved 20 September 2015.</ref> Her final release of 2015 was ''Charlie'' alongside Dulquer Salmaan, [[Aparna Gopinath]] & [[Nedumudi Venu]]. The film went to win 8 Kerala State Film Awards, with Parvathy winning the Best Actress Award for both ''Charlie'' and ''Ennu Ninte Moideen''.
 
In 2016, Parvathy had one release, ''[[Bangalore Naatkal]]'', directed by [[Bommarillu Bhaskar]], where she reprised her character RJ Sarah, from the Malayalam film ''Bangalore Days''.[[File:Rita Bahuguna Joshi presenting the Silver Peacock Award for the Best Actor (Female) to Parvathy Thiruvoth Kottuvatta for the Malayalam film TAKE OFF.jpg|thumb|The Minister of Tourism, Uttar Pradesh, [[Rita Bahuguna Joshi]] presenting the Silver Peacock Award for the Best Actor (Female) to Parvathy Thiruvoth in 2017|alt=|left]]Parvathy had two releases in 2017. Her first release was [[Take Off (2017 film)|Take Off]], directed by [[Mahesh Narayanan|Mahesh Narayan]]. The film also stars [[Kunchacko Boban]] and Fahadh Faasil. Celebrities praised the movie, including actor [[Kamal Haasan]]. The film was screened at international festivals, including [[International Film Festival of India]] and [[International Film Festival of Kerala]]. The film ran for over 125 days in theatres. Parvathy's performance was highly acclaimed. She went on to win [[IFFI Best Actor Award (Female)]], becoming the first ever Indian film Actress to win the silver peacock award. She was also nominated for [[National Film Award for Best Actress]], where she lost to [[Sridevi]] in the final round. But went on to win her first [[National Film Award – Special Mention (Feature film)|National Film Award – Special Mention]] a second [[Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress]] and her second Filmfare Award for Best Actress - Malayalam. She made her Bollywood debut opposite [[Irrfan Khan]] in ''[[Qarib Qarib Singlle]]'' in 2017.
 
In 2018, Parvathy had two releases. The first one was [[My Story (film)|''My Story'']] directed by Roshni Dinaker, where she was paired with Prithviraj. Her next release was Anjali Menon's ''[[Koode]]''. This was Parvathy's third movie with Prithviraj, while her second movie with Anjali Menon and Nazriya Nazim who was making her comeback after four years. The film received good reviews from both critics and audiences.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.hindustantimes.com/regional-movies/koode-movie-review-prithviraj-nazriya-s-film-is-a-heart-wrenching-poem-in-motion/story-ltFtKWawQ2oZ6ZTNyhKKnN.html|title=Koode movie review: Prithviraj, Nazriya's film is a heart wrenching poem in motion|date=2018-07-20|website=Hindustan Times|language=en|access-date=2019-09-09}}</ref>
 
In 2019, Parvathy had two releases. The first one was debutant Manu Ashokan's ''[[Uyare]]''. Her role as Pallavi Raveendran, an acid attack survivor got appreciation from the critics as well as the audience.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.deccanchronicle.com/entertainment/mollywood/200819/parvathys-uyare-conquers-great-heights.html|title=Parvathy's Uyare conquers great heights|date=2019-08-20|website=Deccan Chronicle|language=en|access-date=2019-09-09}}</ref> Her second release was Aashiq Abu's [[Virus (2019 film)|''Virus'']], which was produced by [[Rima Kallingal]]. The film was about the [[2018 Nipah virus outbreak in Kerala|Nipah Virus outbreak that happened in Kerala]] in 2018 which affected many lives.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.telegraphindia.com/entertainment/virus-more-than-just-a-medical-drama/cid/1697347|title=Virus: More than just a medical drama|website=www.telegraphindia.com|language=en|access-date=2019-09-09}}</ref> The film as well as her role was well-received by both critics and audience.<ref>{{Citation|title=Virus Movie Review {3.5/5}: A well-crafted multi-starrer, fictional documentation on the Nipah virus attack|url=https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/malayalam/movie-reviews/virus/movie-review/69688873.cms|access-date=2019-09-09}}</ref>
 
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