Renuka Menon is an Indian-born actress, who is usually seen in South Indian films, including Tamil, Telugu, and Kannada. She belongs to the Nair family of Trichur, Kerala. She showed interest in an acting career since she was a child. Belonging to a liberal family, her father, an advocate and her mother, a homemaker, did not stop her from pursuing her dreams. In fact, her mother promoted her daughter by sending her pictures to various magazines time to time. Finally, all her hard work paid off, as she featured on the cover of a magazine called “Mahilarathnam.” This feature helped her get attention from various directors.
Renuka’s debut movie was supposed to be “Mayomohitachandran,” but it did not release. She finally made her acting debut with “Nammal” in 2002, which was a blockbuster hit. A Malayalam film, directed by Kamal, it broke all records at the box office. This paved a channel for her into the Telegu film Industry where she starred first in “Valliddaru Okkate.”
In 2005, Renuka started getting many offers from Tamil as well as Kannada industry. Films like “February 14” opposite Bharath and “News” opposite Upendra, were not very successful. Later that year she also starred alongside Jayam Ravi, in a Tamil movie called “Daas” hoping to regain her blockbuster charm; but it too was not successful. In 2006, she was paired with Arya in “Kalabha Kandhalan,” a Tamil film directed by the debutant Igore. The movie was a romantic thriller. In 2003, she had paired up with Prithviraj for “Meerayude Dukhavum Muthuvinte Swapnavum,” which was rated to be average. In 2006, she acted opposite Prithviraj again in the Malayalam film “Vargam,” which was a critically acclaimed one. She also had a chance to work in the movie “Pathaaka,” a Malayalam film, with actors like Suresh Gopi, Navya Nair, Lalu Alex and Saikumar. Pathaaka remains the most significant, at least for now, in the actor’s career.
Later, Renuka moved to U.S. for further studies and subsequently got married. A Software engineer by profession, she married Suraj, in 2006, and since then she is settled in the U.S. where she also has her dance academy in California. She has a daughter from her marriage.
Language has never stood before Renuka’s growth. This is probably why she is quick to adapt herself to any environment flexibly. Her adaptive nature has what helped her grow in South Indian film Industry.
Born in a Brahmin family, from Srinagar, Reyhna is a model turned actress in the Indian Film Industry. She got her first break in a Hindi movie named “Babloo Happy Hai” alongside Sumit Suri. Directed by Nila Panda, the movie was earlier named as “Love Is Not Mathematics” that released in 2014. Another venture that got her fame was “Antha Scene Ledu” a Tamil-Telugu project where she got a chance to work with Nazirji. Starring Navdeep and Shashank, Reyhna, after this project, was a well- renowned lady in the south.
She says, in her biography on her personal website, that she always knew that she was made for acting. When she was a child, she mastered dance forms, like Jazz and other classical dance forms. She recalls how she used to miss her Math tuitions to practice more for her dance. She represented her school in various inter school dance competitions. She has won laurels in the state as well as district level competitions, not only for her school but herself as well.
Reyhna did her graduation from Jyoti Niwas College, in Bangalore. During her college days, she has been a part of the drama groups. That is when her father knew; she was made for acting. During her college days, she pursued modeling as a part time, which made her go for the Hero Honda Contest. She has won the competition, after which she forgot what was being lazy. She walked the ramp for some famous designers like Rocky S, Shane Falguni Peacock, Babita Malkhani, etc.
Sometimes, being the handpicked, chosen model for the designers, she has worked hard to be known amongst the designers. For a person who considers the transformation from modeling to acting as a natural progress, she quickly adapts to the surroundings and her character. She says her liberal and multi-city upbringing has helped her adjust herself more towards the work she does. Even though she was born in Srinagar, she was raised up in cities like Nashik, Kolkatta, Bangalore and Mysore. She is well acquainted with different languages and cultures.
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