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Amulya is an Indian film actress who appears in Kannada films. She made her acting debut as a child artist in the early 2000s and appeared in a lead role in 2007 with Cheluvina Chittara. She is best known for her roles in the commercially successful films Cheluvina Chittara, Naanu Nanna Kanasu and Shravani Subramanya.

Early life

Amulya was born as Maulya. She completed her Pre-university course in Commerce from Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. She lost her father in 2009 and has a mother residing in Bangalore. Her brother Deepak Aras is a film director who directed her 2011 film Manasology.


Amulya made her debut in films as a child artist in the 2001 Kannada-language film Parva that had Vishnuvardhan playing the lead role. Her debut as a lead actress came in the 2007 film Cheluvina Chittara opposite Ganesh which was successful at the box-office. She then appeared in Chaitrada Chandrama, Premism, Naanu Nanna Kanasu and Manasology which did moderate business or failed at the box-office. But, Amulya's performances received critical acclaim. After a two-year hiatus, she appeared in the 2013 hit film Shravani Subramanya opposite Ganesh with her performance receiving appreciation from critics. In the same year, she was given the title 'Golden Queen' by her co-star of Shravani Subramanya, Ganesh. Her performance in the film won her, her first Filmfare Award, the award for Best Actress.

In her only release of 2014, Amulya played Meera in Gajakesari, as the love interest of the character played by Yash. Her first film in 2015, Khushi Khushiyagi, saw her being paired opposite Ganesh for the third time. Critics praised her performance as Nandini. As of April 2015, she completed filming with Male and has signed lyricist Kalyan's directorial debut Maduveya Mamatheya Kareyole. She is currently filming with Vijaykiran's Ramleela opposite Chiranjeevi Sarja.
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