Ambili Devi

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Ambili Devi
Born Kerala, India
Occupation Actress
Years active 1996–present

Ambili Devi is an Indian film actress who appears in Malayalam Films & Serials.[1]

Acting career[edit]

She started as a young Malayalam Serial artist and got her break with the serial Samayam. After that, She entered the movie industry after she became 'Kalathilakam' in the school youth festival in 2001. Her notable role in Malayalam was Meerayude Dukhavum Muthuvinte Swapnavum, where she played Meera the disabled sister of the lead actor. She also got the opportunity to play the sister of Mohanlal in the movie Hariharan Pillai Happy Aanu. But she didn't get the credit she needed to stay in the big screen, so she continued acting in television serials where she is very successful.She has acted in some albums and advertisements.She is well known as a television presenter also.

Personal life[edit]

Ambili is daughter of Bala Chandran Pillai and Maheswari Amma of Gigi Bhavan at Chavara, Kulangarabhagam near Kollam district. She got married to film-serial cameraman Loval hailing from Thiruvananthapuram on March 27, 2009 at Kollam Bank Auditorium. They have a son Amarnath in 2012.[2] She is a trained dancer in Bharathanatyam, Kuchipudi, Mohiniyattam & Folk Dance.[3]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Language Notes
2001 Sahayathrikakku Snehapoorvam Saji's sister Malayalam Played the younger sister role of Kunchacko Boban
2003 Meerayude Dukhavum Muthuvinte Swapnavum Meera Malayalam Critics Award & National Film Academy Award.Played the younger sister role of Prithviraj Sukumaran
Hariharan Pillai Happy Aanu Latha Malayalam Played the younger sister role of Mohanlal
2005 Kalyana Kurimanam Kollus Malayalam

Serials[edit]

Year Serial Role Language Notes
1996 Children's Serial Malayalam
1999 Samayam Malayalam
2001 Sthree Janmam Malayalam
2008 Snehathooval Malayalam
2010 Sree Maha Bhagavatham Malayalam
2010 Devi Mahatmyam Malayalam
Ente Alphonsamma Malayalam
Velankani Mathavu Malayalam
2011 Kadamattathachan Malayalam

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