Charmila (actress)

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Charmila
Occupation Actress
Years active 1991–present
Spouse(s) Rajesh (Divorced)
Children Adonis Jude
Parents Manoharan, Haise

Charmila is a popular film actress in Malayalam cinema. Apart from movies in Malayalam lanuguage, she also acted in Tamil, Telugu and Kannada movies.[1][2] She completed almost 38 films in Malayalam film industry, which is often referred to as Mollywood.[3]

Early life[edit]

Charmila is born to Veterinary doctor Manoharan, who was also working in S.B.I and Haise, a homemaker, in a Malayali Syrian Catholic family settled in Chennai. She studied in Holy Angels Convent and Ethiraj College for Women.[4] She has a younger sister Angelina.

Film career[edit]

Charmila made her debut on the silver screen with Oyilattam and went on to act in a couple of movies including Kizhakke Varum Pattu.[5] She made her debut in the Malayalam film Dhanam, directed by Sibi Malayil.[6]

She hosted a show Jillunu Oru Sandhippu on Vijay TV,[7] and participated in Jodi Number One on the same TV Channel.[4]

Partial Filmography[edit]

Year Movie Role co-stars Director Language Notes
1991 Oyilattam Tamil
1991 Dhanam Thankam Mohanlal, Murali Sibi Malayil Malayalam
1991 Uncle Bun Rosie Mohanlal, Nedumudi Venu, Kushboo Bhadran Malayalam
1991 Praanadata Jyothi Telugu
1991 Keli Sridevi Jayaram, Nedumudi Venu, Murali Bharathan Malayalam
1992 Priyapetta Kukku Sandhya Jagadish, Siddique, Rajan P Dev Sunil Malayalam
1992 Harihara Puthiran Tamil
1993 Kizhakke Varum Paattu Prashanth Tamil
1993 Kabooliwala Laila Vineeth, Innocent, Jagathy Sreekumar Siddique-Lal Malayalam
1994 Kambolam Pavizham Babu Antony Malayalam
1994 Kadal Safia Babu Antony Malayalam
1994 Daada Babu Antony Malayalam
1994 Rajadhani Parvathi Babu Antony Malayalam
1995 Thirumanassu Chempakam Narendra Prasad Aswathi Gopinath Malayalam
1995 Special Squad Sherly Babu Antony Malayalam
1995 Peter Scott Nisha Jagathy Sreekumar Malayalam
1995 Kalamasseriyil Kalyanayogam Aswathi Nair Mukesh, Prem Kumar, Rajan P Dev Malayalam
1995 Arabia Babu Antony Malayalam
1995 Rajakeeyam Gayathri Babu Antony Malayalam
1995 Killikurushiyile Kudumba Mela Asha Jagadeesh Malayalam
1996 Musthafa Napoleon, Ranjitha Tamil
1997 Gajaraja Manthram Vineetha Jagadish, Prem Kumar, Kalabhavan Mani Malayalam
1997 Adivaram Salomi Vijayaraghavan, Murali, Kalabhavan Mani Jose Thomas Malayalam
1997 Manikyakoodaram Geethu Thilakan, Ashokan Malayalam
1997 Arjunan Pillayum Anchu Makkalum Jayasree Jagadish, Innocent, Kalpana Malayalam
1998 Kulirkattu Mala Aravindan, Jagathy Sreekumar Malayalam
2001 Thenthulli Devan, Spadikam George Malayalam
2001 Swarna Medal Reena Vijayaraghavan Malayalam
2002 Jagathi Jagathish In Town Geetha Jagadish, Jagathy Sreekumar Malayalam
2002 Kaakki Nakshathram Celina Jagadish, Nishanth Sagar Malayalam
2002 Nirappakittu Devan, Anju Malayalam
2002 Asurayugam Unnikrishnan, Salim Bava Malayalam
2002 Madhuram Devan, Shankar Panikkar Malayalam
2002 Sundaripravu Shankar Panikkar, Rizabawa Malayalam
2004 Youth Festival Siddarth Bharathan, Aby Kunjumon, Rizabawa Malayalam
2005 Nombaram T. S. Raju, Usha Malayalam
2007 Manase Mounama Tamil As Sanya
2009 Unnai Kan Theduthe Udhaya, Manya Tamil
2011 Mahaan Kanakku Ramana, Reecha Sinha Tamil
2012 Oru Mazhai Naangu Saaral Tamil
2012 Naan Karthik's mother Vijay Antony, Rupa Manjari Jeeva Sankar Tamil
2013 Ivan Veramathiri Malini's mother Vikram Prabhu, Ganesh Venkatraman M. Saravanan Tamil
2014 Vikramadithyan Vikraman's mother Anoop Menon, Dulquer Salmaan, Unni Mukundan, Namitha Pramod Lal Jose Malayalam

Albums[edit]

Fathima Beevi- Malayalam

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Charmila actress". Retrieved 24 January 2013. 
  2. ^ "Charmila claims foul play in bedroom scene". Retrieved 24 January 2013. 
  3. ^ "Charmila lashes out at Naan’s director". Deccan Chronicle. Retrieved 1 February 2013. 
  4. ^ a b "Jodies". Retrieved 1 February 2013. 
  5. ^ "Welcome this Sania too". indiaglitz. Retrieved 1 February 2013. 
  6. ^ "Charmila hopes for a successful second innings in films". Retrieved 1 February 2013. 
  7. ^ "Swarnamalya back with a bang!". Times of India. Retrieved 1 February 2013. 

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