Birthday: 1989

Leema Babu is a famous Indian film heroine who appeared in many Malayalam language and Tamil language movies. She made her debut in Rasikkum Seemane, a Tamil film in the year 2010. She won critical appraisal for her acting in movies like Pattam Pole in the year 2013 and Money Ratnam in 2014. In Rasikkum Seemane, she acted as the younger version of the character of Navya Nair in the year 2010. After that, she appeared as the grand-daughter of Bharathiraja in the film Rettaisuzhi in the same year.

Next, she acted in an Indian Tamil period drama film named Madrasapattinam as Arya's sister, which was directed by A. L. Vijay. Her initial movie as a lead actress was Narthagi in the year 2011, which is a film of transgenders. She then appeared in some low-budget films in Tamil, which include Sooraiyadal and Chuda Chuda in the year 2013. Leema was involved in many other films like Vaanara Saenai directed by Saravanan Sakthi opposite Richard Rishi, who is an Indian film actor in Tamil and Telugu languages. But, the venture was known to be shelved later.

Leema Babu played many supporting roles in some Malayalam films like Pattam Pole in 2013 with Dulquer Salmaan, a Malayalam and Tamil film actor and Money Ratnam in the year 2014 with Fahadh Faasil, an Indian film actor, who is known for his work in Malayalam movies. In the year 2015, she appeared in the film Thakka Thakka, which is an action thriller written and directed by Sanjeev, and Maanga, an Indian Tamil comic science fiction film. This film was directed by debutant RS Raja and produced by Sakthivel.

In the year 2015, she played the role of Reji in a Malayalam film Jilebi before acting as Alamu in the movie Maanga. She also acted in the Tamil film named Saahasam in the year 2016. She is, at present working in a film named Yaazh in Tamil.

Anumol Malayalam Actress


Like the other major film producing centres of the country, the Malayalam film industry is also in a position to draw upon the talents of a large number of young artists from the fields of modelling or dancing. Contributing to this is the role of TV channels which are spawning anchors for the numerous reality shows and providing a ready bank of fresh talents. One such entry was that of the 28 year old South Indian actress Anumol. Born in Kerala, but equally adept in Malayalam and Tamil films, she in fact started her career in 2010 with the Tamil film "Kannukkulle", starring in one of the three major roles. Her maiden Malayalam film was, however, "Akam", in the very next year, in which she was cast in a romantic role opposite the young Fahad Fasil, and her performance here drew her a large fan following. Next on the line was the biopic “Ivan Megharoopan” by the famous P. Balachandran, and based on the life of poet Kunhiraman, one of the leading figures of Malayalam literature. Chronologically, this was her first film, but as “Akam” had an earlier release, it figures as her maiden Malayalam movie. “Ivan Megharoopan” was also significant for Anumol since it also madeher the recipient of the Surya Award, in 2012 in the capacity of the ‘best debut actress’. Continuing her appearances in Malayalam movies, she featured in the heroine centric film "Chayilyam" followed by "David and Goliath" receiving appreciation from far and wide for her role of Deepa, the estranged wife of the hero, Anoop Menon. However, crass success is not all that Anumol desires, and that is the reason why she is choosy about her future roles, preferring quality and content rather than sheer numbers. This may be the reason why in her upcoming films "God for Sale: Bhakthi Prasthanam", "Vedi Vazhipadu" and "Parayan Baaki Vechathu" she is acting in roles which have meaty characters, and substance. In another film "Parayan Baaki Vechathu" she enacts a different type of role in what has been basically termed as a thriller with political overtones.