Preetha Pradeep is a Malayalam actress, television anchor, and dancer. Her first role was in the Malayalam TV serial ‘
’ which is a remake of Hindi serial ‘
Diya Aur Baati Hum
’. This daily soap was aired on Asianet TV channel.
But her popularity grew as a result of her appearance in
’, where she played the part of ‘Mathikala’, wife to actor
on-screen. Hence, she can be credited as a budding TV actress in the Malayalam TV industry.
As a television anchor and actress from Kerala, she got her graduation from Mahatma Gandhi College, Thiruvananthapuram and later on completed a fashion design course from the Institute of Apparel Management, Gurgaon. She is trained in classical and western dance.
Fashion Design course is a short-term program and she perhaps wanted to be a fashion designer in the Malayalam film industry. But the actress has not still exploited her mind and brain into such field. She continues herself busy in acting and remains committed to the TV industry.
Preetha began her career as an anchor in TV channel. She made her acting debut in TV serials later on. She made her acting debut on television with the serial ‘Parasparam’. In this serial, she had a small role to play. But it was in another serial ‘Moonumani’, which was aired on Flowers TV, the actress got noticed by the audiences.
In the much-acclaimed show ‘Moonumani’, She plays ‘Mathikala’, a character with grey shades. It is this serial that made her a household name today. The show is on air since February 2015 and in this serial, although she remains a wife to actor Niranjan Nayar, she also has a love affair with a driver and this brings a real twist in the story.
The serial is directed by Baiju Devaraj. Before narrating Mathikala character, she also had bagged a small role in the movie ‘‘Ennu Ninte Moideen’ which was written and directed by R. S. Vimal.
In the last few years, even Mollywood has remained in the core to dig fashion and style with the utmost trend and perhaps this will enable the actress Preetha Pradeep. As she is a fashion design student, we will not be able to resist the great sense of glamour which is hidden and not exploited by her or the film industry still.