Chaithanya Unni Started her training in Classical dance at a tender age of 4. By that age she was already a little star in Malayalam movies. From that age she bagged awards and won several prices at the competitions at starting from nursery, school and upto district ,state and even National level.
At the age of 7 she won Kerala State Government Award for The Best Child Artist, also Kalavedi Award for her performance in the film Ormayilennum.
Her talent in the field of dance was well was recognised at every level of youth festival she performed. She won several awards at school youth festivals including Kalathilakam tittle and won several prizes at Kerala State youth festival. At college level after winning at the regional level, she represented Kerala to South Zone youth festival (South Indian interuniversity festival) and following on from there after she was selected to represent South India at the National Interuniversity Youth festival held at Mumbai. Her hard work paid off and was placed First in Classical Dance Performance among all the other art forms in India.
She was given the title Outstanding Young Personality Award and Pick up the 'Gem' award for her contribution in the field of art among youths.
Been inspired by her Grandfather late. Dr KG Menon, she became a doctor and is now practising medicine in the UK as a General Practioner.
Passionate about dance she still finds time and is now running Navarasa Arts organisation along with her dance partner Shiju Kolani to promote Indian classical dance among young adults. Although her style is Kuchipudi she enjoys performing Mohiniyattam and Bharathanatyam.
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