Bindu Murali is an Indian movie actress who has predominantly worked in a Malayalam movie Industry. She was born in Pune, Maharashtra in a middle-class family. Her father was a government official and her mother used to stay at home.

She was raised by her grandparents. Her grandmother was a singer who used to teach children when she was young. Bindu Murali learned singing from her grandmother and used to love singing a lot. At a very young age, she developed a keen interest in singing. She started taking part in singing competitions. She also gave a lot of stage performances.

She was also an intelligent student. She has received a lot of medals in academics. Bindu Murali was considered among the toppers of the class. Since her childhood, she was a brilliant child. When she grew up, she developed a keen interest in acting too.

She joined the drama club of her school. They gave a lot of stage performances at competitions as well as in annual functions. She also loved reading books as well. She used to take part in story reciting competitions as well as debate and declamations too. She always used to win a prize. He grandparents always used to support her.

After completing her schooling, she moved to her parents for further studies. She took admission in Law College to study law. While she was in her college, she continued with achieving her goals. She was a topper in her class. She was also the part of her college’s drama club and music club. She Bindu Murali has taken part in various functions as well as fests in her college.

When she was in college, she was offered to work as a model for local magazines. She agreed to the offer. She was offered to play a role in various advertisements. After completing her college, Bindu Murali was offered to play roles in various Malayalam and Telugu advertisement ads. Later in 2009, she was offered a role in Ividam Swargamanu, a Malayalam Drama movie directed by Roshan Andrews, starring Mohanlal, Thilakan, Lalu Alex, Bindu Murali, and much more.

Her acting skills were appreciated in the movie. In 2014, she worked in Naku Penta Naku Taka, directed by Vayalar Madhavan, starring Indrajith Sukumaran, and Bhama in lead roles. While Bindu Murali and Murali Gopy played the role of the supporting artists. In 2016, Bindu Murali worked in Oppam, directed by Priyadarshan, starring Mohanlal, Anusree, and much more.

Deepa Divakar

Deepa Divakar is a Malayalam actor and TV presenter. She has anchored reality shows and acted in several South Indian films. Her major works include movies such as Mahaprabhu, Nine bells, and Shavam. Deepa came into the limelight when she anchored youth reality shows like Youth Diary and Just Chill. She is a bold artist, and her personality shows that. Apart from acting, she has done modeling for EMCEE. The passionate Deepa Divakar quit her job to pursue a career in the entertainment field. She believes that life is like theatre and there are no retakes in it. Currently, Deepa is a host for a cookery show on Kairali Tv named Food on Road. She took birth in Ernakulam, Kerala. Since childhood, Deepa was passionate about theatre and acting. She took acting lessons but also concentrated on her studies. She did her MBA (Masters in Business Administration) and got a job with a multi-national company. Deepa worked in the company for some years, until she left it to pursue a career in the entertainment field. Initially, she became the host of the reality show, Just Chill. Next, she anchored teenage based Youth Diary. She got to interview celebrities like Neeraj Madhav, Namitha Pramod, and Unni Mukundan. Deepa also did live shows and learned theatre from artist Sajeevan Nambiar. She did some plays and then made her debut in the action thriller, Mahaprabhu. Directed by K V Anil, Mahaprabhu showed Deepa in the role of villain’s girlfriend. Then, she appeared in the 2nd lead role in the movie nine bells. The friendship oriented feature film became Deepa’s next stepping stone in the industry. Deepa in an interview said that satisfaction is more valuable than money. She might not have appeared in important roles, but her efforts are worth appreciating. In 2015, she appeared in the C Palathara directorial Savam. The experimental art film got shot in black and white. Also, it got selected for screening at eight international film festivals and received Best Foreign Film Award at Barni International Festival, Moscow. Deepa’s career has faced sacrifice, and she has shown that passion comes before profession. She is making her mark among the young faces in the industry. In 2016, Kairali TV appointed Deepa to host a travelogue show named, Food on Road. It explores and represents different culinary of India. Deepa’s next venture is a solo performance that will present her as the center of attraction.

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Deepa Divakar Malayalam Actress