V. J. Chitra
|Born||2 May 1992|
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
|Died||9 December 2020 (aged 28)|
Nazarethpettai, Tamil Nadu, India
|Cause of death||Suicide by hanging|
|Education||Justice Basheer Ahmed Sayeed College for women (2012–2014)|
Chitra Kamaraj (2 May 1992 – 9 December 2020), better known as V. J. Chitra or Chithu, was an Indian television actress and anchor. She rose to fame with her role in the Tamil soap opera Pandian Stores,and made her film acting debut in Calls. Chitra was found dead on 9 December 2020.
Chitra Kamaraj was born on 2 May 1992 in Chennai. Before becoming a full-time actor, she was a television host. After seeing Chitra host a television show, actress Raadhika reached out with an offer for her to act in Radaan Mediaworks' production Chinna Papa Periya Papa (2016) alongside senior actresses Nirosha and Nalini. The success of the series prompted her to sign up for other shows including Saravanan Meenatchi,Velunachi and Pandian Stores, where she portrayed the popular character of Mullai.
In mid-2020, she was involved in a social media altercation with fellow actress Shivani Narayanan.
Chitra signed on to appear in her first film role in mid-2019 through Calls (2021). The film would feature her as a business process outsourcing professional and was shot in late 2019. It also marked her only film appearance in her life.
Chitra got engaged to Hemanth Ravi, a businessman, in August 2020 and got register married on October 2020. Her wedding was scheduled to be on February 2021 before her death.
Chitra was found dead at a hotel room in Chennai’s Nazarethpettai on 9 December 2020. The suspected cause of death was suicide. On 15 December, the police arrested Hemanth for abetting her suicide.
|2013||Sattam Solvathu Enna?||Anchor||Makkal TV||Tamil|
|2014||Nodiku Nodi Athiradi||Anchor||Makkal TV||Tamil|
|2014||Oor Suthalaam Vaanga||Anchor||Makkal TV||Tamil|
|2014||Mannan Magal||Vishali||Jaya TV||Tamil|
|2012||Vilayadu Vaagai Soodu||Anchor||Makkal TV||Tamil|
|2014||En Samayal Araiyil||Anchor||Makkal TV||Tamil|
|2014||Ossthi Comedy Kusthi||Anchor||Raadan||Tamil|
|2014–18||Chinna Papa Periya Papa||Periya Papa||Sun TV||Tamil|
|2014||Ring O Ring||contestant||Vendhar TV||Tamil|
|2015||Saa Boo Thri (season 2)||Anchor||Vendhar TV||Tamil|
|2015||Jill Jung Juk||Anchor||Vendhar TV||Tamil|
|2013–16||Saravanan Meenatchi (season 2)||Kalaiyarasi (Vettaiyan's friend)||Star Vijay||Tamil|
|2016–2018||Aaha Maamiyar Oho Marumagal||Co-Anchor||Zee Tamil||Tamil|
|2016–17||Darling Darling||Anitha (Honey)||Zee Tamil||Tamil|
|2016–17||Dance Jodi Dance||contestant||Zee Tamil||Tamil|
|2017||Saravanan Meenatchi (season 3)||ghost (special appearance)||Star Vijay||Tamil|
|2017||Zee Dance League||contestant||Zee Tamil||Tamil|
|2017–2018||Anjarai Petty||Host||Zee Tamil||Tamil|
|2018–2019||Jodi Fun Unlimited||Contestant||Star Vijay||Tamil|
|2018–2020||Pandian Stores||Mullai||Star Vijay||Tamil|
|2019||Raja Rani||Mullai (special appearance)||Star Vijay||Tamil|
|2019||Vasool Vettai||Anchor||Star Vijay||Tamil|
|2021||Calls||Nandhini||Tamil||Debut And Last Film|
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