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.