Ramya Nambeesan is an Indian film actress who appears in Malayalam and Tamil films. She has starred in over 50 films and has sung over 20 songs. Remya made her acting debut in the 2000 Malayalam film Sayahnam as a child artist. Following performances as a child artist in several Malayalam films during the early 2000s, she went on to play minor supporting roles, before playing starring role in the 2006 film Aanachandam. In 2005, she made her Tamil debut with Oru Naal Oru Kanavu. She received critical acclaim for her performances in the films Traffic (2011) and Chaappa Kurish (2011). Her other notable roles include in the films Pizza (2012), Left Right Left (2013), Philips and the Monkey Pen (2013), Lukka Chuppi (2015), Jilebi (2015), Sethupathi (2016), and Sathya (2017).
Real Name : Ramya Nambeesan
Nickname : Ramya
Profession : Actress
Date of Birth : 24 March 1986
Age (as in 2018) : 32 Years
Birth Place : Chottanikkara (Kochi), Kerala, India
Zodiac sign : Aries
Nationality : Indian
Hometown : Chottanikkara (Kochi), Kerala, India
School : Mahatma Gandhi Public School, Ambadimala
College : St. Teresa’s College, Ernakulam
Educational Qualifications : Bachelor’s Degree in Communicative English
Religion : Hindu
Hobbies :Reading and dancing
Movie Debut : Sayahnam (2000)
Physical Stats & Features
Height : 5′ 4″
Weight : 57 Kg
Figure Measurement: 34-26-36
Eye Color : Brown
Hair Color : Black
Marital Status : Unmarried
Affairs/Boyfriends : Not Known
Husband : N/A
Some Interesting Facts about Ramya Nambeesan
- Remya first appeared as a child artiste in the critically acclaimed drama film Sayahnam in 2000.
- Remya made her debut as a playback singer with the song “Aande Londe” for the film Ivan Megharoopan (2012).
- Besides acting and singing, Remya has occasionally worked as a television presenter as well.
- Before her entry into the film industry, she was hosting a phone-in music show Hello, Good Evening on the Malayalam channel Kairali TV.
- Having learned carnatic music from her childhood, she has sung several numbers for devotional albums on Chottanikarai Bhagavathi.