Sanusha started her career with Malayalam movies but later went on to become a star actress of the Malayalam TV shows. Actress Sanusha is ,popularly known as Baby Sanusha. She originally hails from the Kannur district of Kerala. Sanusha was born to the Keralite parents, Santhosh and Usha in Nileshwaram, Kerala, India.
She did her schooling from Shree Puram School, Kannur and she has a younger brother Sanoop Santhosh who is an upcoming child artiste famous for his movies like-Phillips and the Monkey Pen and also an aspiring director who wants to direct a film in future with her sister Sanusha as the main lead. Sanusha is also known by her another name Ammu. Presently Sanusha is pursuing her B.Com from S.N.College, Kannur, Kerala, India. Sanusha early in her acting career appeared in many TV serials and commercials but made her debut as a child artiste at the tender age of 5 in the Malayalam movie Dada Saheb.
Some of the popular and successful movies in which she starred are- Bangaram, Eththan, Nalai Namathey, Renigunta, Rendi, etc. Sanusha won many accolades and awards for her performances. Some of the awards she won are- Best child artiste in the year 2004 and special jury award in 2014 at the Kerala State Film Award for her brilliant acting in the film Zachariyaude Garbhinikal, South Indian International awards as best child artiste and she was also nominated or the best supporting actress category in the 61st Filmfare Awards. Present Sanusha is filming 3 feature films and one of her Tamil movies is in the post production stage.
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Popularly known as Baby Sanusha by the Indian cinema industry, Sanusha had reviews from her critics. As a child, she stepped into Malayalam films and continued her journey since then in media. She has worked in both small and big screen productions. She has enacted serials and has made followers for herself. Born on November 3, 1994 in Nileshwaram, Kerala, she spent most of her years shooting scenes. Being born to Santhosh and Usha, she is shortly known as ‘Ammu’ by her people. She made her debut in the year 2000 in the film, ‘Dada Saheb’.
It was in 2004 that she had received an award as the Best Female Artist for 'Kaazhcha' and a Special Jury Mention for 'Zachariayude Garbhinikal'. She was also awarded at the 3rd South Indian International Movie Award for the best supporting actress for her role in 'Zachariyude Garbhinikal'Between the years of 2006 to 2009, she was awarded the Best Child Actress, by various television channels. She has acted in various films and serials in four different languages- Malayalam was her primary importance, Tamil was her second preference and then came the Telugu and Kannada.
Her films in Malayalam are 'Kallu Konduru Pennu' in 1998, 'Dada Sahib' in 2000, ’Saivar Thirumeni' in 2001, 'Karumaadikuttan' in 2001, 'Raavanaprabhu' in 2001, 'Meghamalhar' in the same year, 'Ee Parrakum Thalika', 'Kanmashi' in 2002, 'Meesa Madhavan' in the same year, 'Kaazhcha and 'Sowmyam' in 2004 was a big hit, and many more. She set out into the world as a Child artist in her very first film in 1998 and that has given a step forward to success. The list she had in Tamil was less than that to Malayalam and 'Kasi' in 2001 was her debut in Kollywood.
After which she gave a shot at 'Aran', 'Bheema', 'Renigunta', 'Parimala Thiraiarangam' in 2011, 'Nandhi', 'Ethan' and much more. Her shots behind the screen of Tollywood are 'Bangaram' and '
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