Meera Vasudevan Malayalam Actress
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Meera Vasudevan was associated with modeling before venturing into the film industry. Hailing from Mumbai in a Tamil Brahmin family, Meera is proficient in Tamil, Hindi, English and Malayalam. Born on 29 January 1982, Meera holds a degree in Psychology and English Literature. Her younger sister, Ashwini, has also had a brief stint as a child artist.
Om Cricketaya Namaha is an ad done by her during the 2002 Cricket World Cup series. Fair and Lovely, Knorr soup, Reliance R-World, Kenstar, Surf Excel, Coke and Pilsbury are some of the ads that she worked on. She became famous as a model. 
Meera debuted into the film industry with the 2003 Bollywood flick Rules- Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula, alongside Milind Soman Born on 4th November 1965, Milind Soman is a super >> Read More... Milind Soman . This film fetched her the nomination for best rising actress by Screen Awards. Meera entered the Tamil film industry with the film Unnai Saranadaindhen, in which she worked with S P B Saran and Venkat Prabhu Venkat Prabhu is a multifaceted and multitalented >> Read More... Venkat Prabhu . The film fetched her the Tamil Nadu State Film Special Award for Best Actress. After a couple of misfires in Tamil and Telugu, Meera entered the Malayalam film industry with the film Thanmathra in which she shared screen space with Mohanlal. She garnered the Best New Face of the year, given by Asianet. Meera has over two dozen films to her credit.
Meera has also worked in serials and the endeavor Kanal Poovu fetched her Best Actress award from Kerala State TV Awards during the year 2007. 
Meera was wedded to Vishal Agarwal in 2005, but they eventually parted ways in 2010. Later she got wedded to Malayalam star Anish John Kokken. This couple is blessed with a son. Meera feels that glamour has its limit and one should not cross it. Meera has no qualms for her first broken marriage, as she confesses. She is very happy that her second marriage is good.