Remya Nambeesan – WiKi, Movies, TV Shows, Images, Awards, Biography

Remya Nambeesan is an Indian Film Actress (Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam & Kannada) & Singer. She has starred in over 60 films as child artist, minor supporting roles to character roles and has also sung over dozen songs including the song “Aande Londe” for the film Ivan Megharoopan (2012) and song “Muthuchippi Poloru” for Thattathin Marayathu (2012) .

In Bachelor Party she was seen in a “very stylish role” and Ivan Megharoopan featured her in a cameo appearance. She also signed up Saji Surendran’s comedy film Husbands in Goa, in which she played a “docile wife” and an offbeat film by Priyanandan, titled Oru Yathrayil. She shot for a Tamil film, Kavithalayaa Productions’ Muriyadi, a remake of the Malayalam sleeper hit Passenger (2009), which was not released. In the upcoming Jilebi, Remya will play a mother of two kids.

Full Name Ramya Subramaniam Unni
Nick Name Remya Nambeesan
Profession Actress, Singer, Television Presenter, Dancer & Model
DOB 1 January 1986
Age 34
Birth Place Cochin, Kerala, India
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Religion Hinduism
Nationality Indian
Marital Status Unmarried
Affairs NA
Current City Valasaravakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Physical Appearance Height: 5’ 4

Weight: 57 kg

Measurement: 34- 26- 36

Eye Colour: Black

Hair Colour: Black

Family Father: Subrahmaniam Unni

Mother: Jayasree

Brother: Rahul Subrahmaniam

School Gandhi Public School, Chottanikkara
College St. Teresa’s College, Ernakulam
Qualification Bachelor in Communication
Hobbies Singing
Movies Iniyum Thumbikal Parannu Varum (1996),

Sayahnam (2000),

Narendran Makan Jayakanthan Vaka (2001),

Sthithi (2002),

Gramaphone (2003),

Meerayude Dukhavum Muthuvinte Swapnavum (2003),

Perumazhakkalam (2004),

Annorikkal (2005),

Bhoomikkoru Charamageetham (2006),

Aanachandam (2006),

Oru Naal Oru Kanavu (2006),

Changathipoocha (2007),

Panthaya Kozhi (2007),

Soorya Kireedam (2007),

Chocolate (2007),

Atheetham (2007),

Naalu Pennungal (2007),

Shalabam (2008),

Andamaina Mansulo (2008),

Raman Thediya Seethai (2008),

Anthiponvettam (2008),

Saarai Veerraju (2009),

Nammal Thammil (2009),

Black Dalia (2009),

Aattanayagann  (2010),

Traffic (2011),

Ilaignan (2011),

Kullanari Koottam (2011),

Chaappa Kurish (2011),

Nuvvila (2011),

Bachelor Party (2012),

Ivan Megharoopan (2012),

Husbands in Goa (2012),

Ayalum Njanum Thammil (2012),

Pizza (2012),

Oru Yathrayil (2013),

Telugabbai (2013),

Ithu Pathiramanal (2013),

English: An Autumn in London (2013),

Up & Down – Mukalil Oralundu (2013),

Pigman (2013),

Left Right Left (2013),

Arikil Oraal (2013),

Philips and the Monkey Pen (2013),

Nadan (2013),

Damaal Dumeel (2014),

Lailaa O Lailaa (2015),

Lukka Chuppi (2015),

Jilebi (2015),

Naalu Policeum Nalla Irundha Oorum (2015),

Saigal Padukayanu (2015),

Sethupathi (2016),

Style King (2016),

Saithan (2016),

Sathya (2017),

Honey Bee 2.5 (2017),

Mercury (2018),

Seethakaathi (2018),

Agni Devi (2019),

Natpuna Ennanu Theriyuma (2019),

Virus (2019),

Anjaam Pathiraa (2020),

Oru Nurungu Samsayam – The Little Riddle (2020),

Unhide (2020),

Thamilarasan (2021),

Ranger (2021),

Shiva (2021),

Ketta Paiyan Sir Ivan (2021),

Aalambana (2021),

Plan Panni Pannanum (2021)

TV Shows Hello, Good Evening,

Super Star Junior Sun Singer,

Padmaja Padavukal Irangunnu Sakunam Amrapalli

Awards Asianet Film Award for Most Popular Singer,

Jaihind TV Film Awards for Best Female Playback Singer (2013),

South Indian International Movie Awards for Best Female Playback Singer (2013),

Amrita Film Award for Best Singer (Female),

Vanitha Film Awards for Best Supporting Actress,

Kerala Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress,

Guidance Chalachitra Award for Best Supporting Actress,

Vayalar Rama Varma Chalachitra Award for Best Actress,

Surya TV Film Awards for Second Best Actress (2012)

Singer Aande Londe (2012),

Vijana Surabhi (2012),

Muthuchippi Poloru (2012),

Pudamini Mose (2012),

Pampara Pampara Pa Pa (2013),

Raavin Cheruvil (2013),

Maayumee (2013),

Kanavil Kanavil (2013),

Fy Fy Fy Kalaachify (2013),

Balyathil Naam (2013),

Mele Vaanile (2013),

Pogathe Pogathe (2014),

Ee Mazha Megham (2014),

Adiye Rathiye (2015),

Raavin Nizhaloram (2015),

Hit-u Song (2015),

Ullasagayike (2015),

Maayum Sandhye (2016),

Akkam Pakkam (2017),

Vaanampaadikal (2017),

Annana Pathi Kavalailla (2017),

Carrom Board (2018),

Thiri Thiri (2019),

Oru Venal Kattu (2020)

Social Media Links:

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