She appeared in cameo and item girl roles in Thalai Nagaram (Tamil), Bhagyalakshmi Bumper Draw (Telugu) and Adavari Matalaku Ardhalu Verule (Telugu) then shifted to main character roles in Target (Telugu) and Punnami Naagu (Telugu), both of which are in post production.
Her latest venture as heroine is Moodu Kothlu, directed by Puri Jagannath, who is also producing it under Vaishno Academy banner. The hero is Puri Jagannath's brother Sairam Shankar; Mumaith Khan and another heroine whose name has not yet been finalized, will be the heroines. It was in the Puri Jagannath-directed Pokiri that Mumaith became famous as she danced to 'Ippatikinka naa Vayassu Ninda Padahare'.
On the personal front though, industry sources say that romance may be blossoming in Mumaith's life. Sources say that Khayyam (comedian Ali's brother) and Mumaith have had a meeting of the minds and intend to marry. Confirmation of her marital plans is still awaited from Mumaith.
Hot item girl Mumaith, who has ruled the Telugu item song roost for the past few years, has driven men crazy with her dance moves and skimpy costumes. She was first noticed in the hot item number in the Hindi flick Munna Bhai MBBS. She then came to the attention of the South Indian film industry and has since then become the pin up girl for many Tamil and Telugu cinegoers.