This bubbly girl with expressive eyes was an anchor before taking up the role of an actress in Malayalam cinema. The 2006 flick Palunku was her first film and she was a child then (10 years). She enacted the role of Mammooty’s daughter in the film and her performance was very much lauded. She tried her luck with some other flicks in Malayalam. Before taking up leading roles, this cute girl did some supporting portrayals. In 2013 she debuted as a lead heroine with the movie Maad Dad Click to look into! >> Read More... Maad Dad which didn’t create ripples in the box office. She had also acted in few Tamil films. Neram, Ohm Shanthi Oshaana Click to look into! >> Read More... Ohm Shanthi Oshaana , Raja Rani Click to look into! >> Read More... Raja Rani and Bangalore Days Click to look into! >> Read More... Bangalore Days are some of her hit films.
Born on 20th December 1994, Nazriya was inclined in taking up something related to business. Later she quit college and it is believed that she was busy shooting. Before shifting to Thiruvananthapuram she was living in UAE. 
Nazriya’s album Yuvh became very popular and it was liked by the youth. The 2013 flick Neram was a bilingual film, both Malayalam and Tamil and it was a big success. Later she did few Tamil flicks including Raja Rani, Thirumanam Enum Nikkah Click to look into! >> Read More... Thirumanam Enum Nikkah and Naiyaandi.
Nazriya has donned the role of an anchor for some Malayalam projects. Munch Star Singer Junior of Asianet gave her recognition as an anchor. This is a talent hunt program. Being a kids program, it was well received by the audience. She worked as a VJ for a decade for several television channels. 
Nazriya has that innate acting skills in her and she received several awards. Romance blossomed between Nazriya and co-star Fahadh Faasil Born in 1983, Fahadh Faasil is known for his works >> Read More... Fahadh Faasil on the sets of the Malayalam flick Bangalore Days. They got married on 21st August 2014. Nazriya is indeed an actress to reckon with in Malayalam and Tamil film industry.
Prayaga Rose Martin Malayalam Actress

Prayaga Rose Martin

Prayaga Rose Martin is an Indian actress and a native of Kerala. She was born on 18th May 1995 in Kochi, Kerala. Prayaga likes dancing. She is a trained classical dancer also. Prayaga commenced her career as an actress in the film industry. She appeared in the Malayala Manorama as the cover girl. She made her debut in the Tamil movie ‘Pisaasu’, which is directed by ‘Mysskin’ in 2014. Her second movie was also a Tamil production in 2015 named as ‘Poda! Andavan en Pakkam’. Her next Malayalam movie, with Fahadh Faasil, is going to release. Another movie that is to be released is ‘Ore Mugham’ in which she shares screen space with Aju Varghese, Dhyan Sreenivasan. The movie is directed by Sajith Jaganathan. Prayaga is 20 years old, and she has already achieved fame and became one of the most prominent celebrities in the movie industry. The latest news report says that she is also playing a pivotal role with Murali Gopy and Anoop Menon in the movie Paappane Kurichum Varkkiye Kurichum (Pa.Va). Siyad Muhammed is producing the movie, under the banner of Safa Entertainment. Another Version of this bio.... This beautiful Malayali girl hails from the beautiful town of Cochin, Kerala. Prayaga began her film career in the Tamil hit, ‘Pisaasu’. Sources say that the actress was spotted by the director, Mysskin in a jewelery ad and was roped into the project. The film released in 2014 to an excited audience. It was constantly in the news and grabbed eyeballs by publicity stunts, such as conducting its puja at midnight. The actress has an excellent background in dance, and is, in fact, a disciple of the famous dancer, Kalamandalam Kshemavati. She studied at St. Teresa’s College. The multi-talented girl appeared on the cover of Malayala Manorama. Prayaga says that she has always been at ease when in front of a camera and even dabbled in baby commercials and print ads. While the rest of her family is in the construction business, her late grandfather was a producer in the Malayalam movie industry. While her family believes that acting was in her genes, Prayaga disagrees and has stated that she draws inspiration from everyone around her. Prayaga believes herself to be a modern woman but strongly emphasizes that she has not forgotten her family values. It was reported that she was to appear in a movie opposite Faahad Fazil, but there seem to be some issues with the project. Those aside, there are confirmed projects in which she is slated to appear, featuring both in the Tamil and Malayalam industry. In her upcoming Tamil flick, ‘Kattam Potta Sattai’, she is rumored to be donning the avatar of a Bullet-riding Bond girl. However, the film is on hold, due to the floods in Chennai. In the Malayalam industry, Prayaga will be making her debut in Paappane Kurichum Varkkiye Kurichum (Pa.Va). It is rumored that while the actress has been given quite a meaty role, she was asked to slim down & de-tan for it.


Remya Nambeesan

Remya Nambeesan is a chirpy young Indian actress, whose primary focus is Mollywood. Born on January 1, 1986, Remya Nambeesan was introduced into the film industry with the 2000 Malayalam flick Sayahnam. R Sarath helmed direction for this flick. After that, she went on to work in various Malayalam films as a child artiste. Then she was seen in insignificant supporting roles including Narendran Makan Jayakanthan Vaka, Gramophone, etc. She had worked under the direction of Sarath for three times. Eventually, she got lead roles since the year 2006.  The 2006 flick Aanachandam is her first film as a lead heroine. This film was not well received. However, Remya’s performance was appreciated to an extent. Then she acted in a couple of flicks and success seemed to evade her until Chocolate happened in 2007. This film was a major success, and Remya’s performance was noted though she was one among the three heroines. Remya was one heroine whose performance was noted in unsuccessful flicks.  Remya had acted in Tamil and Telugu too. The 2008 Malayalam flick Anthiponvettam was not well received, but Remya’s performance was very much appreciated. The year 2011 had a great transition in Remya’s career as she worked in substantial characters. Traffic, Chaappa Kurishu (the kiss in the flick raised controversies). The 2011 Tamil flick Kullanari Koottam garnered her much appreciation.  Remya was associated with a music show Hello (phone-in) in Kairali TV before entering into films. She is trained in Carnatic music and had lent her voice for various devotional albums. She had also sung few songs for films. Remya has some awards to her credit including the Best Actress Award for Chaappa Kurishu and Best Singer Award for the song Muthuchippi Poloru from the flick Thattathin Marayathu.  On her personal front, Remya’s father was a theatre artist. She pursued Communicative English in Ernakulam. Her sibling Rahul has shown his talent as a singer in Thattatin Marayathu. 

Remya Nambeesan Malayalam Actress