Vimala Raman

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Vimala Raman
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Vimala Raman at the press conference of her film Mumbai Mirror (2013) in Mumbai, India
Born Vimala Raman
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Residence Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Nationality Australian
Occupation Film actress, model
Years active 2005–present
Home town Bangalore, Karnataka, India[1]
Religion Hindu
Parent(s) Pattabhi Raman, Santha Raman

Vimala Raman is an Indian film actress and model who has worked in all South Indian film industries, and predominantly appears in Telugu and Malayalam films. She made her debut in 2005 with Tamil film Poi. An established Bharatanatyam dancer and a graduate in Bsc Information Systems from the University Of New South Wales, Sydney, Raman had also won the titles of "Miss India Australia" in 2004[2] and "Miss India Worldwide - Beautiful Face" in 2005.

Career[edit]

She made her acting debut in 2005 with Poi, a Tamil film directed by Kailasam Balachander. Her first Malayalam film was Time with Suresh Gopi. She paired with Ajmal Ameer in Pranayakalam in 2007. In the same year, she also appeared with Mammooty in Nasrani and with Dileep in Romeoo. She appeared in College Kumaran with Mohanlal and in Calcutta News with Dileep in 2008. Vimala Raman attended the Natanalaya Dance Academy based in Sydney, Australia. She studied dance under the tutelage of Jayalakshmi Kandiah.

In February 2016, she signed a Malayalam film Oppam opposite Mohanlal.[3]

Filmography[edit]

As Actress
Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Role Language Notes
2006 Poi Shilpa Tamil
2007 Time Vaiga Menon Malayalam
2007 Pranayakalam Maria Varghese Malayalam
2007 Sooryan Maya Malayalam
2007 Nasrani Sarah Eapen Malayalam
2007 Romeoo Dr. Priya Malayalam
2008 Calcutta News Smitha Malayalam
2008 College Kumaran Madhavi Menon Malayalam
2008 Raman Thediya Seethai Ranjitha Tamil
2008 Apoorva Lakshmi Devi Malayalam
2009 Evaraina Epudaina Madhumitha Telugu
2010 Aptharakshaka Nagavalli Kannada
2010 Gaayam 2 Vidya Telugu
2010 Ranga The Donga Mangamma Telugu
2011 Raaj Priya Telugu
2011 Chattam Sindhu Telugu
2011 Dam 999 Meera English
2012 Kulumanali Pravallika Telugu
2012 Nuvva Nena Herself Telugu Special appearance in the song "Tha Tha Thamara"
2013 Mumbai Mirror Jia Hindi
2013 Chukkalanti Ammayi Chakkanaina Abbayi Sameera Telugu
2015 Raja Rajendra Herself Kannada Extended Cameo appearance
2016 Poyi Maranju Parayathe Malayalam
2016 OppamFilm has yet to be released Malayalam Filming
2016 Afra TafriFilm has yet to be released Hindi Filming
2017 Untitled K.Raghavendra Rao's projectFilm has yet to be released Telugu Pre-Production[4]

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