Mayuri Kyatari is an Indian actress and model, who predominantly works in Kannada films. She gained popularity for playing the role of Ashwini in the television show Ashwini Nakshatra (2015) on Colors Kannada.
Mayuri Kyatari was born on Saturday, 11 July 1992 (age 30 years; as of 2022) in Hubli, Karnataka. Her zodiac sign is Cancer. She attended St Michael’s High School, Hubli, Karnataka. Later, she studied at Fatima Pre-University College, Hubli, and pursued commerce at Oxford College, Hubli.
Height (approx.): 5′ 7″
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Black
Parents & Siblings
Mayuri’s father’s name is Prakash Kyatari.
Her mother’s name is Geetha.
She has an elder sister, Madhuri Kyatari, who is an engineer.
Husband & Children
Mayuri got married to Arun Raju on 12 June 2020. They have a son, Aarav.
She worked as a freelance anchor on various news channels before she started her career as an actor. In an interview, she talked about her experience as an anchor and said,
Those experiences helped me bag a programme in which my work was appreciated. However, I went back to finish my graduation in commerce. Soon after, before applying for a course in mass communication, the audition of Ashwini Nakshatra happened and it was launched during Kichcha Sudeep’s first season hosting of Bigg Boss. It has been a turning point in my career.”
Mayuri debuted with the Kannada film Krishna Leela in 2015 as Leela.
She has appeared in various Kannada films including Nataraja Service (2016), 8MM Bullet (2018), Nanna Prakara (2019), Mounam (2020), and Pogaru (2021).
She made her TV debut with the show Ashwini Nakshatra in 2015 as Ashwini.
In 2022, she appeared in the reality show Bigg Boss Kannada 9.
- Her hobbies include dancing and travelling.
- She has a tattoo inked on her right bicep.
- She started acting because her mother wanted her to become an actor.
- Besides being an actor, she is also a trained dancer.
- She was born into a middle-class family and did not have access to a lot of facilities while growing up. In an interview, she added,
I walked to my school, my tuition class and did so till my PUC. Despite the little luxury I can afford today, I prefer walking. The same goes with my career too. I don’t want to get carried away by the fame or appreciation, I want to walk through it.”
- In 2017, her performance in the film ‘Kariya 2’ was appreciated by everyone. In an interview, she said that she was sad after the demise of her father and showed real emotions while shooting for the film. In the interview, she further added,
For starters, the film gave me hope that there is a lot more for me to do, at a time when I was lost in a personal tragedy. I started shooting for the film a month after my father passed away. I know how I dealt with it and took care of my mom and sister, which incidentally, is a part of the film as well, as my character faces a similar situation. I really connected with the character, especially the strength she shows in the face of adversity.”
- She dubbed Nandini’s voice in the Kannada film ‘Kiss’ (2019).