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Amala Paul, the young actress recently parted ways with her husband, director AL Vijay. Recently Amala opened up about the divorce and the most important man in her life, in an interview.
The actress revealed that her brother Abhijith Paul is the most important man in her life. Amala states that Abhijith is the only person who supported her throughout all the ups and downs of life.
Click on the slides to see Amala Paul's career at a glance....
Amala Paul made her acting debut with Lal Jose's Neelathamara, in the role of Kailash and Samvritha's daughter. She failed to make a mark in the industry with her minimal role.
Amala made her Tamil debut with the movie Veerasekharan, which went unnoticed. She shocked the industry with her second Tamil outing Sindhu Samaveli, in which portrayed an extremely bold role.
Amala Paul made a place for herself with Prabhu Solomon's Mynaa, in which she essayed the title role. The actress earned her first Filmfare nomination in Best Actress category for the role.
Amala Paul emerged the top league with her different role in AL Vijay directed Vikram movie, Deiva Thirumagal. She fell in love with director Vijay during the filming of the movie.
Amala made her Telugu movie debut with Bejawada and later acted in some blockbuster Telugu films. She shared the screen with almost all the prominent young stars of the industry.
Run Baby Run And Malayalam Comeback
Amala Paul made a grand comeback into Malayalam with the Mohanlal starring Joshy project Run Baby Run. She later appeared in Sathyan Anthikad's Oru Indian Pranayakadha and made a cameo appearance in Iyobinte Pusthakam.
The actress proved her mettle with the de-glamorous role in late director Rajesh Pillai's Mili. Even though the movie was not a commercial success, Amala was highly praised for her performance and won Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress, of 2015.
Amala stunned the Tamil audiences by playing the mother of a teenager in Amma Kanakku, the Tamil remake of Nil Battey Sannata. She earned huge appreciations for her performance in the film.
He is the only person who has loved and encouraged her unconditionally. For Amala, Abhijith is the biggest pillar of strength. The actress remarks that she cannot think of a life without her brother's support.
Even though she refused to talk about the actual reason behind her divorce with AL Vijay, Amala Paul stated that women should not sacrifice their career and ambition for anything in this world.
She feels that there is no need to sacrifice our dreams for anyone in the world. A person can only find happiness from within. We cannot find happiness from the outer world or other individuals.
Amala is all set to make a place in the Kannada film industry, with the upcoming flick Hebbuli. Reportedly, the actress is not removed from the upcoming Dhanush starring Tamil movie Vada Chennai.