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Sanusha, is an Indian film actress. She started her acting career as a child in Malayalam films and went on to appear in television serials.
Sanusha was born to Santhosh and Usha in Kannur, state of Kerala, India. She has one younger brother Sanoop Santhosh, who is a child artist, known for his acting in Philips and the Monkey Pen. She hails from Pallikunnu, Kannur District, Kerala, she has studied at Sreepuram School, pallikunnu Kannur. After doing her graduation in B.com in S.N. College, Kannur, she did MA sociology at St Theresa's college.
After performing in TV serials, Sanusha started her film career in 2000 at the age of 5 with the movie Dada Sahib. She became a star in Malayalam films as baby Sanusha giving stellar performances in Meesa Madhavan, Kaazhcha, Mampazhakkalam etc. She twice won the Kerala State Film Award for Best Child Artist. She debuted as a heroine in Tamil film Naalai Namadhe in a glamorous role followed by demure roles in Renigunta, Nandhi and Eththan. In Malayalam she debuted as heroine opposite Dileep in Mr.Marumakan. In the Malayalam movie, Kuttiyum Kolum Sanusha rode a 500 cc bullet motorcycle and acted against the midget actor Unda Pakru, the role gave her rave reviews. In Tamil film Alex Pandian she did an oomphy item song with Karthi.
Awards and nominations
- 3rd South Indian International Movie Awards for Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Zachariayude Garbhinikal
- Kerala State Television Award
- 2006 – Best child Artist-Violin
- 2007-Best child Actress – Unniyarcha
- 2008-Best Child Actress – Amma Manassu
- Asianet Film Award -Best Child Artist Female – Kaazhcha
|1998||Kallu Kondoru Pennu||Baby Artist||Malayalam|
|2000||Dada Sahib||Young Ayisha||Malayalam|
|2001||Ee Parakkum Thalika||Young Gayathri||Malayalam|
|2002||Meesa Madhavan||Young Rugmini||Malayalam|
|2003||Ente Veedu Appuvinteyum||Teena||Malayalam|
|2003||War and Love||Mini||Malayalam|
|2004||Kaazhcha||Ambily||Malayalam||Winner, Kerala State Film Award for Best Child Artist|
|2004||Soumyam||Malayalam||Winner, Kerala State Film Award for Best Child Artist|
|2006||Keerthi Chakra||Kashmiri Child||Malayalam|
|2009||Naalai Namadhe||Shanthi||Tamil||Dubbed into Malayalam as India Today|
|2013||Zachariayude Garbhinikal||Saira||Malayalam||Nominated – Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Malayalam |
3rd South Indian International Movie Awards for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
|2016||Oru Murai Vanthu Parthaya||Ashwathy||Malayalam|
|2016||Santheyalli Nintha Kabira||Loyi||Kannada|
- Amma Manassu
- Fnsa The Great
- Ninte Swantham
- Unaru Unaru
- Kanna Vaa Vaa
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