Mahatma Gandhi Public School, Ambadimala, Chottanikkara
5 feet 4 inches (163 cms)
M. T. Vasudevan Nair & Madhavi kuuty.
Remya Nambeesan is an Indian movie actress and playback singer who appears mainly in Malayalam films& frequently in other South Indian movies as well.
Childhood, Family & Personal Life
Remya Nambeesan was born in 1985 to Subrahmaniam Unni(Father) & Jayasree Unni(Mother). Her father was an actor himself with experience in theatres.
She has a brother named Rahul Subrahmaniam. Rahul is a music director & a playback singer.
Remya Nambeesan brother Rahul Subramaniam
School: Mahatma Gandhi Public School, Ambadimala, Chottanikkara
Graduation: Degree in Communicative English from St. Teresa's College, Ernakulam
Ramya made her entry into films as a child artist, Sayahnam(2000) a Malayalam movie was her first film, it was directed by R. Sarath & starring O. Madhavan & Jomol.
Her later films as Child artist are Narendran Makan Jayakanthan Vaka (2001), Sthithi (2002), Gramaphone (2003) and Perumazhakkalam (2004)
Aanachandam(2006) was her first movie as the lead actress. It was directed by Jayaraj. And starred Jayaram & Saikumar in the lead as well.
Tamil Debut: Oru Naal Oru Kanavu(2005) was her first movie in the Tamil industry.
As singer: Remya started singing with the movie Ivan Megharoopan (2012), in which she sung for "Aande Londe". She has become a sensation as a singer as well. She has been nominated for awards for her singing talent as well.
Remya Nambeesan hosted a phone-in music show called "Hello, Good Evening" on Kairali TV(Malayalam) before entering the films.
Remya Nambeesan: Photos, Pictures
Remya nambeesan brother rahul subramanyam
Remya Nambeesan: Filmography (2)
A 2016 Kannada Drama, Romance movie by P C Shekhar starring: Subheeksha, Shimoga Seenu Markalli, Rathna kumari
Rudra Thandava[Playback Singer]
A 2015 Kannada Action, Drama movie by Guru Deshpande starring: Girish Karnad, Chiranjeevi Sarja, Radhika Kumaraswamy
Remya expressed her desire to sing to music director Sharreth at a reality show, after that she was given an opportunity in "Ivan Megharoopan"
She goes to Gym regularly and is on strict protein diet to keep herself fit. She has a personal trainer.
Remya was still in High school when she played granddaughter to O. Madhavan in the movie Sayahnam(2000).
She now resides in Chennai and is looking for better luck.
Her Dad works in temple, she was brought up with deep connection to spirituality.
She knows Bharatanatyam, classical Indian dance form.
Remya Nambeesan locked lips with actor Fahad Fazil for a scene in the movie "Chappa Kurishu", it created news in Kerala. It was Malayalam industry's first smooch.
She is trained in Carnatic Music.
Her Tamil wasn't fluent enough at first to dub for her voice, she later took interest and learned the language.
"Style King" 2016 Kannada movie is her first in Kannada language
She has attended some singing reality shows as a guest judge.
She is one of those actresses who doesn't insist on being size zero. She opines sometimes it becomes necessity in the industry to become zero size.
She looks at script and story before choosing the film.
She appeared on TV as an anchor on a live TV show, it was the beginning of the live shows on TV.
She was not much into sports, but she was into athletics, long distance running in particular(1500m)
She has high regard for co-actor Vijay Sethupati, she thinks "He is original, without any duplicity"
She acted as a mother of two in one of her movies even when she was very young and did not have any inhibitions portraying an aged role.
Traffic & Chappa Kurishu are the movies that changed her image away from girl-next door. She was seen in bold & sexy roles in these movies.
For her kissing scene in the movie Chappa Kurishu, director had promised to shoot it very aesthetically and that it would never embaress her. Smmoching was part of the movie, but never used in promotions.
Actress Bhavana & Remya's friend was on way to meet Remya when she was kidnapped by a group of men.
She has sung many devotional albums on Chottanikarai Bhagavathi