Amala Paul is an Indian film actress, who works in Tamil, Malayalam and Telugu film industries. After appearing in supporting roles in the Malayalam filmNeelathamara and Veerasekaran in Tamil, she received critical acclaim for the portrayal of a controversial character in the film, Sindhu Samaveli. Despite the failure of that film, Amala became noted after playing the title role in Mynaa, receiving critical acclaim for her work.
As early as 2011, when Amala was working on Deiva Thirumagal, she was romantically linked to director A. L. Vijay but denied that the pair were dating. The pair subsequently fell in love and announced in early 2014, that they were set to get married by mid 2014. On June 7, 2014 she got engaged to Vijay at Aluva in Kochi. The couple got married on June 12, 2014 at Mayor Ramanathan Chettiar Hall, Chennai.
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A cool-headed crusader for the struggling engineers, Raghuvaran faces the powerful and arrogant owner of a construction company Vasundhara Parameswaran, as they engage in a battle to win the corporate game.
Runtime: 128 min.
Directed by: Soundarya Rajinikanth
As: Rita Fernadaz
Three cousins and their best friend leave for a road trip, hoping for one final hurrah before one of them gets married. Their path crosses with that of two girls who are on a getaway of their own. Their plans are derailed after a suspicious death. Who was the killer and why forms the plot.
Runtime: 140 min.
Directed by: Kannan Thamarakkulam
Mili is a motivational film about Mili, an introvert girl who is very depressed. But she finds it in herself to think of her nadir as but a stepping stone to success. She chooses to rise above the challenges and take back the reins of her life.
Runtime: 114 min.
Directed by: Rajesh Pillai
As: Guest Appearance
Thamizh (Santhosh ) is a highly talented, yet struggling director, waiting for his big break. His stories are very well appreciated, but that's the end of the story. However, he has an understanding wife Daksha (Akhila), who agrees to marry Thamizh and also earn for the family, until he finds his feet firm on cine ground. Along with Thamizh are Arvind (Dinesh), Shirley (Sahithya), Murali (Vijay Ram) and most Seenu (Thambi ...
Runtime: 128 min.
Directed by: Parthiban
Oru Indian Pranayakatha is about the life of a young political leader and his association with a woman who comes unexpectedly into his life.
Runtime: 150 min.
Directed by: Sathyan Anthikad
As: Meera Narayanan
A mafia don sends his son out of the country because he doesn't want even a shadow of his life falling on him. Destiny wills otherwise. The son makes an innocuous trip to Mumbai to visit his dad. And ends up filling his father's large shoes.
Runtime: 182 min.
Directed by: A. L. Vijay
As: Komali Sankarabharanam
Sanju (Allu Arjun) is a guitarist who operates a band in Barcelona. Komali (Amala Paul) goes to Barcelona to learn more about violin in an university. Akanksha (Catherina Tresa) is the daughter of a central minister. She comes to Barcelona for studies. Akanksha gets hold of a diary in which she reads the love story between Sanju and Komali. In the process, she gets interested in Sanju and falls in love with him as he seems to ...
Runtime: 137 min.
Directed by: Puri Jagannath
Venu, a cameraman working for Reuters, happens to meet Renuka, his old lover, while trying to cover a case involving a politician. Together they go to investigate a murder planned by Bharatan Pillai.
Runtime: 180 min.
Directed by: Joshi
As: Young Girl
A burglar, in a bid to rob an old man, gets stranded on an island with a little boy, a beautiful deaf-mute girl and a man with a stutter. Marooned, he is now forced to confront living with nature.
Runtime: 117 min.
Directed by: Bijukumar Damodaran
A man falls in love with a beautiful girl, who also loves him. But later, after the man gets injured in a car accident, the truth about her identity is revealed.
Runtime: 140 min.
Directed by: Elred Kumar
Indian bilingual romantic comedy film based on the same-titled short film directed by debutant Balaji Mohan. Starring Siddharth and Amala Paul,the film was simultaneously produced in both Tamil and Telugu languages
Runtime: 127 min.
Directed by: Balaji Mohan
The film revolves around two brothers, the elder being sensitive to violence and the younger being a jobless rogue, settled in Thoothukudi. After the death of their father, a police officer, the elder brother takes on the same job by request of the younger. The older brother rises to fame in his job by having his younger brother secretly punish suspects and save victims for him. This angers two ...
Runtime: 150 min.
Directed by: N. Linguswamy
A fearless young man sets out to avenge his brother's death by eliminating the devious criminals responsible for the murder. In the process, he must also fight for justice and save the labourers' and students' unions from the gangster's ruthless tyranny. Will he succeed in his mission?
Directed by: Vivek Krishna
Vinod, Santosh and Kochumon are three friends who are ready to go to any extent to help each other. Things turn drastic for them when they help Vinod's friend Mahesh to elope with a girl.
Directed by: Rajesh Kannankara
The film starts with an imprisoned Suruli (Vidarth) recalling his childhood love with Mynaa (Amala Paul) that becomes more intense as they grow. Though, Mynaa's mother assures Suruli of getting them married, she changes her mind and plans to get Mynaa married to a person working in Dubai. Infuriated Suruli threatens to kill her by dumping a large stone on her. He gets arrested by police for a 15-day prison sentence, but ...
Runtime: 144 min.
Directed by: Prabhu Solomon
Sindhu Samaveli is a 2010 Tamil drama film directed by Samy. The film featured debutants Anaka (Amala Paul), Harish Kalyan and Ghajini in the lead roles. The story revolves around an illicit relationship between a girl and her father-in-law. The film became Samy's third controversial film in succession, achieving an "A" certificate upon censor following Uyir and Mirugam. The film released on September 3, 2010 but did poor ...
Directed by: Samy
Director Lal Jose is all ready with Neela Thamara, a remake of the 1979 hit by the same name, that was scripted by M.T. Vasudevan Nair and directed by Yusaf Ali Kechery. The film has had its shoot at various locations as Pattambi, Malamalkavu, Chamravattam, Kuttippuram and Thavanur.
Runtime: 109 min.
Directed by: Lal Jose