Parvathy is an Indian lyricist working on Tamil language films. She has donned various roles in the media before stepping into the film industry and earned rightfully the tag 'multi-faceted'. She was an avant garde theatre artiste working mainly with journalist-political commentator Gnani's theatre group Pareeksha. Her last performance as a theatre artiste was in SLATE's production Anniyan, an adaptation of Albert Camus' immortal novel 'L'Étranger.' She stopped doing theatre ever since but she did few short films including one for TANSACS and a feature film for Dhan Foundation, Madurai in which she shared screen space with Chinnapillai Ammal. She played the protagonist in all of them.
Parvathy was also an anchor for Podhigai TV for more than 5 years for the programmes Ennai Kavarndhavargal and Nam Virundhinar. During this time, she interviewed personalities from various strata of life, including writer Ponneelan, former Vice Chancellor of Madras University Shri. Thiruvasagam and the family members of Kothamangalam Subbu, earning a good name for her interviewing skills, spontaneity, vocabulary and diction, particularly from the aforesaid. She is equally good at spoken and written English and Tamil and this helped in chiselling her interviewing skills further. Parvathy was nominated for best upcoming lyricist at the 2014 Mirchi Music Awards.