Dhivyadharshini was born in Tamil family,to Neelakandan Thevar and Srilatha. Her sister Priyadarshini is also a television host, while her younger brother is an airline pilot. She attended Our Lady's Matriculation Higher Secondary School, and has since has continued part-time education at Anna Adarsh College, Chennai. She married Srikanth Ravichandran, an assistant director of Gautham Menon, on 29 June 2014. The pair were friends for six years, after which their parents suggested the idea of having them married. Srikanth proposed in early 2014.
Dhivyadharshini is an Indian television anchor and actress from Chennai, Tamil Nadu. Initially making her debut as an actress, she featured in supporting roles in films including Kamal Haasan's production Nala Damayanthi (2003). Since 2007, she has regularly been a host for shows on Vijay TV and in 2014, began hosting Koffee with DD, her own show. Dhivyadharshini born on 17 February 1985 made her debut as a television anchor in 1999, aged 14, when she successfully auditioned to be the child anchor for Vijay TV's Ungal Theerpu. She made a breakthrough as an actress, portraying a serious character in K. Balachander's television serial Rekkai Kattiya Manasu shown on Raj TV, and subsequently her performance helped her gain further acting assignments. Her feature film debut came in the form of Kamal Haasan's production venture, the 2003 comedy film Nala Damayanthi, where she played the sister of Madhavan's character. She followed it up with a serious role of a girl who commit suicide in the campus horror film Whistle (2004). Dhivyadharshini also featured in the independent English film Five by Four directed by Roopa Swaminathan. She went on to host further shows including Home Sweet Home and Airtel Super Singer, before Vijay TV made her the host of her own show Koffee with DD, an hour long show where she interviews personalities from the film industry.