Amala Paul Wiki, Biography, Age, Husband, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Amala Paul Wiki and Biography: Amala Paul, born on October 26, 1991, is an Indian actress who works predominantly in Tamil, Malayalam, and Telugu cinema. In the film Hebbuli, which also starred Sudeep, she made her first appearance in Kannada. Amala rose to prominence after appearing in a supporting role in the Malayalam film Neelathamara; her performance as the title character in Mynaa was widely praised.

Amala Paul

Amala Paul Wiki: Biography, Age, Husband, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Real Name Amala Paul Varghese
Nick Name Anakha
Profession Actor, Model
Famous For Acting
Husband Name AL Vijay (Divorced)
Physical Status
Age 31 Years
Height 5’4”
Weight 50 Kgs
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Personal Information
Date of Birth 26 October 1991
Birth Place Ernakulam, Kerala, India
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Nationality Indian
School Name Nirmala Higher Seconday School Aluva, Kerala
College Name St. Teresa’s College, Kochi, Kerala
Qualifications Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Communicative English
Family Profile
Father Name Paul Varghese
Mother Name Annice Paul
Siblings Abijith Paul
Career Actor
Source of Income Movies, Commercials
Appeared In Movies, Commercials
Net Worth Salary 24 Crores+(Approx.)

Amala Paul Biography

Amala Paul Education

Amala had a year off after graduating from high school, which she spent in Nirmala upper secondary school, Aluva, and Aluva Government Higher Secondary School. After that, she enrolled at St. Teresa’s College to earn her Bachelor of Arts in Communicative English.

Amala Paul Early Life

Amala Paul was born to Christian parents on October 26th, 1991, in the city of Ernakulam, Kerala. Paul Varghese is the name of her dad. In her family, even the matriarch, singer Annice Paul, is a performer. Her brother Abhijit Paul is an actor as well. Nirmala Higher Secondary School in Aluva, Kerala is where Amala received her education. After that, she went to Teresa’s College in Kochi to earn a BA in Communicative English.

As early as 2011 while filming Deiva Thirumagal, Amala was said to be dating Deiva Thirumagal director A. L. Vijay. She get engaged to her longtime boyfriend Vijay on June 7, 2014, in Aluva, Kochi. The ceremony took place in Chennai’s Mayor Ramanathan Chettiar Hall on June 12th, 2014. Amala and Vijay filed for divorce in 2016, citing differences of opinion between her and her in-laws regarding her acting career as the reason. In 2017, the judge granted them a divorce.

Amala Paul Career

Amala Paul’s modelling portfolio caught the eye of renowned Malayalam filmmaker Lal Jose, who cast her in a supporting part in his remake of the film Neelathamara (2009). She had hoped that the film’s success would lead to more offers, but instead it had the opposite effect. She continued to audition for roles in Tamil films, eventually signed on to star in the low-budget comedy flick Vikadakavi, which was released as her sixth feature after a long delay (2010). Despite being her first Tamil release, the film was derided by critics and mostly ignored; Amala’s performance was called “minimum,” and she later said that she regretted agreeing to make it because several of her sequences were cut.

Following this, Amala portrayed Sundari, a wife who has an extramarital affair with her husband’s father, in Samy’s controversial film Sindhu Samaveli (2010). She signed on for Sindhu Samaveli before hearing the complete tale, claiming that she was astonished but not offended with the contentious parts which she learned later, and was approached after the major portions of her next release, Mynaa, were ready. Amala played down the controversy, saying that she had no problem with the director despite his history of criticism for depictions of illicit romances and for abusing his previous lead actress in a film. When the picture was first released, it was met with mixed reviews, and some critics flat-out refused to rate it because they were so repulsed by the story.

Amala received high marks for her portrayal. However, her fame was tainted by the strong reactions of the public; Amala claimed to have received death threats from anonymous callers and was publicly reprimanded by women at a film theatre in Chennai. Amala’s breakthrough as an actor came with Prabhu Solomon’s Mynaa (2010), a love drama. Anticipation for the film was high before its debut; prominent distributors Udhayanidhi Stalin and Kalpathi S. Aghoram bought the rights after viewing it and being impressed. Amala played the village belle Mynaa, and she received universal acclaim for her performance. One reviewer called her work “excellent,” and her performance “riveting,” while other assessments claimed she possesses “immense talent” and “scores in every case” in the lead role. She received praise from fellow performers Kamal Haasan and Rajinikanth, and the film went on to be a commercial smash. Among the honours bestowed upon Amala are nominations for Best Actress at both the Filmfare and Vijay Awards, as well as the Best Debut Actress Vijay Award.

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