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Remya Nambeesan

Remya Nabeeshan debuted in the movies around 2001. She got her first leading role in the movie Aanachandham alongside Jayaram. She just finished acting in the movie Chocolate alongside Prithviraj Sukumaran. She will be acting alongside Superstar Mohanlal in the future.

Remya faced the camera for the first time while she was still in high school for director Sharath's `Saayanam' where she played granddaughter to O. Madhavan's character. The rising star hopes to play roles that are related to social issues. Sharada and Manju Warrier top her list of favorite actors.

Remya Nambeesan To Debut In Sandalwood

Remya Nambeesan, the actress-singer, is all set to make her debut in Sandalwood. The actress will play the female lead in the upcoming Kannada movie Style King, directed by P C Sekhar. Remya is...
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Mollywood Actresses' Ramadan Special Pics

It is the holy month of Ramadan. And, our stars have not spared it too. Some of our actresses like Kavya Madhavan, Nazriya Nazim, Honey Rose, Remya Nambeesan and many others have posted Ramadan...
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Pics: Mollywood Actresses In Ethnic Wear

We all have seen the glamorous avatars of our Mollywood actresses in movies. Most of them have even gone for a makeover recently. But, still they look good in ethnic wear. Check out the pictures of...
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Mollywood Actresses Without Makeup

It is a fact that we see all our stars with makeup in a film. We hardly get a chance to see them off screen and that too without make-up. Be it a movie launch, an award nite or any other ...
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Mollywood's Makeover Beauties

Do you remember any Mollywood actress, the way they looked in their debut movies? Some might remember while, some find it hard to get a glipmse in their memory. This is because most of them have...
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Malayalam Actresses Who Showed Off Their Skin!

As we all know, the Malayalam industry is not as 'hot' as the other South Indian industries when it comes to skin show. When we take a close look, starting form the black and white movies, sarees...
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