|Born||Namitha Mukesh Vankawala
10 May 1981
Surat, Gujarat, India
Namitha is an Indian film actress, mostly active in the South Indian film industry. She competed in the Miss India 2001 pageant and made her film debut in 2002.
Namitha was crowned Miss Surat during the year of 1998. She went on to participate in the 2001 Miss India pageant and ended up as the fourth runner-up, while Celina Jaitley was crowned Miss India during this event. This publicity opened up doors for her and she did a number of TV commercials like Himani cream & hand soap, Arun Ice Creams, Manikchand Gutka, and Nile herbal shampoo.
She made her acting debut in the Telugu film Gemini but Sontham directed by Sreenu Vaitla got released first. Technically Gemini is her first movie. Subsequent to that, she starred in the Tamil film Aai. In 2006 she made her Bollywood debut in the Hindi film Love Ke Chakkar Mein. Standing 6'2" tall, she is one of the tallest actresses in Bollywood. On 26 October 2010, there was an attempt to kidnap her by a fan at Trichy in Tamil Nadu.
Namitha has been an advocate of safe driving and in June 2012, she and Tamil actor Bharat promoted awareness of safe driving. Namitha is proficient in Karate with double black belts, she loves to dance, watch various movies, swim and play badminton in her spare time and likes to work out.
|2003||Oka Raju Oka Rani||Preethi||Telugu|
|Oka Radha Iddaru Krishnula Pelli||Sasirekha||Telugu|
|Aithe Enti||Anjali Sharma||Telugu|
|Love Ke Chakkar Mein||Neha Batra||Hindi|
|Nee Venunda Chellam||Anjali||Tamil|
|Naan Avanillai||Monica Prasad||Tamil|
|Azhagiya Tamil Magan||Dhanalakshmi||Tamil|
|Kamasutra Nights||Aunt Maya||English|
|Billa||Lisa||Telugu||Nominated, Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Telugu|
|2010||Black Stallion||Laura Fernandez||Malayalam|
|Namitha I Love You||Sunanda||Kannada|
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