There’s something commonality among every kid during school days – To become a DOCTOR. Well, that’s a heavenly dream for many as a student irrespective of their academic scores. But for the ace actress Satyapriya, who excelled as a school topper in SSLC, she was far more eligible to claim the graduation in Medical Science. Regrettably, she had to throw overboard of such dreams as she had 3 younger brothers and sister. Back in those times or even now, it happens that some dreams remain unconquered due to certain reasons. But sometimes, Life gives back your dreams in many folds. Here she feels so much elated about it for being felicitated with ‘Doctorate’ by AUGP (Academy of Universal Global Peace) from UK.
Much elated actress Satyapriya jocularly says, “Well, my mother wanted me to take up Medicine and become a doctor. Now I feel gleeful for getting this ‘Doctorate’ without pursuing…”
Hailing as an actress and being a part of film fraternity from 1972 with a span of 45 years and 300 films, Satyapriya says,
“I am delighted of being endowed with such an honour. So far, I have worked in the film industry for my family. Now that my children are settled, I have something to do for the society. This honour pushes me to dedicate towards the betterment of society.”
Versatile actress Satyapriya is illustrious for her commendable roles in many South Indian movies and has already become a part of many families in Tamil territories for her appearances in famous TV series. Her family comprises of a son, who pursued MS and is working in a software company in USA and daughter is an architect in UK, working online for a famous Indian Company. Both her children are well settled with their family out there.
Madhu Krishnan, Founder and Chairman of AUGP – Academy of Universal Global Peace from UK has been felicitating many proficient personalities across the world with ‘Doctorates’. Actress Satyapriya has been chosen in accordance to her great accomplishments in the field of Art.
AUGP mainly functions in spreading the global peace and carries the motto of diminishing the difference of caste, creed and religion across the world.