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Nayanthara Chakravarthy

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Nayanthara Chakravarthy (born 20 April 2002), also known as Baby Nayanthara, is an Indian film actress, who works in South Indian Film Industry. She has acted in Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu Language Films, and has established herself as a lead child actress. Nayanthara made her acting debut in the Malayalam film Kilukkam Kilukilukkam in 2005, for which she won the “Sathyan Memorial Award” for the Best Child Artist in 2006.

Nayanthara Chakravarthy

Nayanthara Chakravarthy
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Nayanthara, born on 20 April 2002 in Thiruvananthapuram District, Kerala is the daughter of Maninath Chakravarthy and Bindu Maninath. She has a younger brother, Ayaan Chakravarthy. She hails from Kollam District, Kerala. She started her career at the age of 3. She studied at Christ Nagar School, Thiruvananthapuram in Thiruvananthapuram till class 2 after which, she moved to Kochi where she studies in The Choice School, Thrippunithura. Her notable works include Kilukkam Kilukilukkam, Swarnam, Loud Speaker, Trivandrum Lodge, Marupadi. She has appeared several commercials including The Chennai Silks, RMKV Silks and Silver Storm Parks.

Ileana D’Cruz

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Ileana D’Cruz (born 1 November 1987) is an Indian film actress who appears mainly in Telugu and Hindi films, but also in Tamil films. D’Cruz won the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South for the 2006 Telugu film Devadasu. She established herself in Telugu cinema with films including Pokiri (2006), Jalsa (2008), Kick (2009) and Julayi (2012). In Tamil cinema, D’Cruz has starred in Kedi (2006) and Shankar’s Nanban (2012).

Ileana D'Cruz

Ileana D'Cruz
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In 2012, D’Cruz made her Hindi film debut with Anurag Basu’s Barfi!. She then starred in Main Tera Hero (2014), Rustom (2016), and Raid (2018). D’Cruz was born into a Goan Catholic family in Mahim, Mumbai and was raised partly in Mumbai and partly in Goa. Her family relocated to Parra, Goa when she was 10 years old. Her mother tongue is Konkani.

Anuya Bhagwat

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Anuya Y Bhagwat is an Indian film actress and model who has appeared in Tamil films. She is best known for her performances in Rajesh’s romantic comedy Siva Manasula Sakthi (2009) and Shankar’s Nanban (2012).

Anuya Bhagwat

Anuya Bhagwat
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After graduating from the Film and Television Institute, Pune, Anuya debuted in the Hindi children’s film Mahek, directed by Kranti Kanade. The film was premiered at the London Film Festival and was critically acclaimed, gaining nominations in various categories including Best Picture at the WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival. Anuya’s major breakthrough as an actress came in her next film, Siva Manasula Sakthi (2009), a romantic comedy film directed by Rajesh, which featured her in a titular role alongside Jiiva. Despite initially gaining mixed reviews, the film performed well at the box office and has since become a cult romantic comedy film in the Tamil film industry.

Wamiqa Gabbi

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Wamiqa Gabbi is an Indian film actress, who works in Punjabi, Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu films. She made her screen debut in the Hindi film Sixteen in 2013. She is a trained Kathak dancer. Her big break came with the Punjabi film with Yo Yo Honey Singh and Amrinder Gill, Tu Mera 22 Mai Tera 22. She went on to star in two other Punjabi films Ishq Brandy and Ishq Haazir Hai as a co-star to actor Diljit Dosanjh.

Wamiqa Gabbi

Wamiqa Gabbi
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She gave her first female lead role as Tanisha in Sixteen. She starred as lead actress in the Telugu film Bhale Manchi Roju as female lead. Wamiqa starred as the female lead in a Tamil film Maalai Nerathu Mayakkam (2016). She was the female lead in the Malayalam film Godha alongside Tovino Thomas. In March 2017, Wamiqa signed onto a new Tamil film, Iravaakaalam, directed by Ashwin Saravanan, also starring Sshivada and S. J. Surya. Wamiqa played the lead role in 9, also starring Prithviraj Sukumaran and Mamta Mohandas.

Lintu Rony

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Lintu Rony, previously credited as Nila Raj, is an Indian actress who appears in South Indian films and TV serials. She is known for her role in the television series Bharya.

Lintu Rony

Lintu Rony
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Lintu made her Malayalam film debut with Vaadamalli (2001) where she portrayed a friend of Richa Panai. In 2014, she played one of the leads in the television series Ennu Swantham Koottukari on Mazhavil Manorama. She has since starred in Eeran Nilavu on Flowers and in Bharya on Asianet. In Bharya, she plays a Muslim girl named Rehana. In 2016, she played one of the three heroines in Out of Range. That same year, Lintu made her Tamil film debut with Zero (2016). In 2015, she played one of the two heroines in Ond Chance Kodi, which marks her Kannada debut. She has acted in over 30 Malayalam language films.

Sanusha

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Sanusha, is an Indian film actress. She started her acting career as a child in Malayalam films and went on to appear in television serials. She hails from Pallikunnu, Kannur District, Kerala, she has studied at Sreepuram School, pallikunnu Kannur. After doing her graduation in B.com in S.N. College, Kannur, she did MA sociology at St Theresa’s college.

Sanusha

Sanusha
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After performing in TV serials, Sanusha started her film career in 2000 at the age of 5 with the movie Dada Sahib. She became a star in Malayalam films as baby Sanusha giving stellar performances in Meesa Madhavan, Kaazhcha, Mampazhakkalam etc. She twice won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Child Artist. She debuted as a heroine in Tamil film Naalai Namadhe in a glamorous role followed by demure roles in Renigunta, Nandhi and Eththan. In Malayalam she debuted as heroine opposite Dileep in Mr.Marumakan. In the Malayalam movie, Kuttiyum Kolum Sanusha rode a 500 cc bullet motorcycle and acted against the midget actor Unda Pakru, the role gave her rave reviews. In Tamil film Alex Pandian she did an oomphy item song with Karthi.

Nyla Usha

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Nyla Usha Gopakumar (born 25 March 1984) is an Indian film actress, television host, and radio jockey from Trivandrum, Kerala. Nyla was born to Gopakumar and Usha Kumari. She did her schooling at the Holy Angel’s Convent Trivandrum and pursued her college education at All Saints College, Thiruvananthapuram. In 2004, she moved to Dubai and joined the radio station Hit 96.7 where she worked as a radio jockey.

Nyla Usha

Nyla Usha
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2013, Nyla Usha debuted in the Malayalam film industry with Salim Ahamed’s Kunjananthante Kada, opposite Mammootty. Later that year she had her second release, Punyalan Agarbattis, in which she played “a vibrant girl, similar to the real me”. Since she could relate herself to the character, she used her own looks and costumes in the film. Although she had a major role in Kunjananthante Kada she said that it was her role in Punyalan Agarbathis that fetched her recognition.

Kavitha Nair

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Kavitha Nair is a popular Indian anchor-turned-actress in the Malayalam film industry. She is also a television serial actress. She was hailed in Kottayam District, where she stayed together with her family. Kavitha likes to read and write poems. When she was asked about her ambition, she will usually say, she wanted to own a bookstore. She now has a mini library in her house, comprising of her collection of favorite books.

Kavitha Nair

Kavitha Nair
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At the age of 10 to 12, Kavitha was a very reserved kid. However, when she studied at Baker Memorial Girls High School in Kottayam, it changed her into a better young lady. She used to join in many dramas in school festivals and had won many accolades, which later led her to host the morning show, Ponpulari on Surya TV. She is also doing Plus Two back then. She was on her 12th grade at that time, but she took up the challenge and became a television presenter. Kavitha acted Malayalam films, Mampazhakkalam, Kurukshethra, Swapnasanchari, Hotel California, Apothecary.

Varalaxmi Sarathkumar

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Varalaxmi Sarathkumar (born 5 March 1985) is an Indian actress who has appeared in Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada films. She made her debut with the Tamil film Podaa Podi (2012), portraying a London-based dancer.

Varalaxmi Sarathkumar

Varalaxmi Sarathkumar
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Varalaxmi was born to actor Sarathkumar and Chaya on 5 March 1985. Her stepmother is actress Raadhika. She is the eldest of four children, with a younger sister Pooja, a younger half-brother Rahul and step-sister Rayanne Hardy. Varalaxmi is a graduate in Microbiology from Hindustan Arts and Science college, Chennai with a Master in Business Management from the University of Edinburgh. She honed her acting skills at Anupam Kher’s Acting School in Mumbai, before becoming a professional actress.

Navya Nair

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Dhanya Veena Raju Nair, better known by her stage name Navya Nair, is an Indian film actress who has starred in Malayalam, Tamil, and Kannada films. She was a lead actress of 2000s. She is a recipient of 2 Kerala State Film Award for Best Actress, one Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Malayalam and the Kalaimamani award.

Navya Nair

Navya Nair
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Navya Nair was born on 14 October 1985 to Raju and Veena Raju. She hails from Cheppad, a village near Harippad in Alleppey District. The film director K. Madhu is her uncle. She studied at Bethany Balikamadom High School, Nangiarkulangara till 10th grade and then at MSM Higher Secondary School, where her mother was a teacher. She is an MBA graduate. She married a Mumbai-based businessman, Santhosh Menon, on 21 January 2010 and they have a son Sai Krishna, born on 22 November 2010.