Ajmal Ameer

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Ajmal Ameer
Ajmal Ameer at Launch of Provoke Lifestyle Magazine.jpg
Born (1985-11-08) 8 November 1985 (age 32)
Aluva, Kerala
Nationality India
Occupation Film actor, Doctor
Years active 2005- present
Height 6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
Spouse(s) Renju
Children Aalin Zeyyen

Ajmal Ameer is an Indian film actor and Doctor, who works in the Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu film industries. He has also acted in one English movie. He has won two Filmfare Awards South.


Ajmal was born in Aluva, Kerala. He studied medicine in National Pirogov Memorial Medical University in Vinnytsia, Ukraine,[1] and had plans to open a hospital in future.[2][2][3] Ajmal has one brother Askar who is set to make his acting debut in the Malayalam film Holy Shit.[4]


Ajmal's debut film was Pranayakalam, opposite Vimala Raman. This was followed by the Tamil film Anjathe, directed by Myshkin, in which he played an angry young man.[2] The film became a high critical as well as commercial success, with Ajmal receiving several awards for his performance.[5] He next starred in the Malayalam film Madambi alongside Mohanlal. It remains his only hit in Malayalam.[6] He also acted in an international production De Nova, which went unnoticed. The anti-hero character, Vasanthan Perumal, he portrayed in the 2011 Tamil movie Ko earned him a lot of appreciation. Based on an online poll conducted by The Times Of India, Ajmal won the Chennai Times Film Award for Best Actor in a Negative Role Male.[7] In 2013 he played an independent cinematographer in the suspense thriller Bangles.[8]

He also acted in the Telugu film Prabhajanam in which he playsed the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh.[6] Apart from Prabhajanam he also did two more Telugu films Tanu Monne Vellipoyindi and Chaitanyam.[6] In Tamil he acted in Vetri Selvan and Ula in which he played a rockstar and in Malayalam he has finished V. K. Prakash's Mazhaneerthullikal which is delayed.[9]


Year Film Role Language Notes
2005 February 14 Tamil
2007 Pranayakalam Renjith Malayalam
2008 Anjathe Kirubakaran (Kiruba) Tamil Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Tamil
Nominated, Vijay Award for Best Debut Actor
Madambi Ramakrishnan Pillai Malayalam
2009 TN 07 AL 4777 Gautham Iyengar Tamil
Thiru Thiru Thuru Thuru Arjun Tamil
2010 De Nova Khaild Malayalam
2011 Ko Vasanthan Perumal Tamil Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor – Tamil
Nominated, Vijay Award for Best Supporting Actor
Lucky Jokers Vishal Malayalam
2012 Rachcha James Telugu
Arike Sanjay Shenoy Malayalam
2013 Karuppampatti Kothai Cocopardo/Manohar Tamil
Bangles Vivek Malayalam
2014 Prabhanjanam Chaitanya Telugu
Vetri Selvan Vetri Selvan Tamil
2015 Loham Azhagan Perumaal Malayalam
Two Countries Ullas Kumaran Malayalam
Ben Priest Malayalam Guest appearance
2016 Vennello Hai Hai Susheel Telugu
2017 Nungambakkam Police Officer Tamil Unreleased - Formerly called as Swathi Kolai Vazhakku
2018 Iravukku Aayiram Kangal Ganesh Tamil
Mazhaneerthullikal Malayalam delayed


  1. ^ "Ajmal's Tamil debut in 'Anjathey' - Tamil Movie News". Indiaglitz.com. 2007-12-06. Retrieved 2013-10-18. 
  2. ^ a b c Manmadhan, Prema (2008-09-27). "A 'hit' prescription". Metro Plus Thiruvananthapuram. Chennai, India: The Hindu. Retrieved 2009-03-11. 
  3. ^ http://www.deccanchronicle.com/channels/showbiz/others/no-‘chocolaty’-tag-angry-ajmal-298
  4. ^ "Malayalam actor Ajmal's brother, Askar makes his acting debut". Ibnlive.in.com. 2013-04-05. Retrieved 2013-10-18. 
  5. ^ "Expanding his horizons". The Hindu. Chennai, India. 22 April 2011. 
  6. ^ a b c saraswathy Nagarajan (2013-10-17). "Call of characters". Chennai, India: The Hindu. Retrieved 2013-10-18. 
  7. ^ "The Chennai Times Film Awards 2011". The Times Of India. 22 June 2012. 
  8. ^ "Ajmal Amir`s `Bangles` this weekend". Sify.com. Retrieved 2013-10-18. 
  9. ^ "Ajmal is a rockstar - Times Of India". Articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com. 2013-08-11. Retrieved 2013-10-18. 

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