Amala Paul is an Indian Actress who primarily worked in Tamil film Industry and now in Tollywood .
Amala Paul has gained fame in a short span in Tollywood . She was born on 26th October 1991 in Ernakulam, Kerala to Paul Varghese and Annice Paul. She completed her Plus Two at Nirmala Higher Secondary School, Aluva. She then took a break to begin a career in films, but has since joined St.Teresa’s Collage in Kochi, to pursue a BA degree in English and is currently in third year .
Amala Paul has worked in many Malayalam and Tamil films. She got a break through ‘Mynaa’ film ,Since then she has been signed on for several notable projects and is considered a leading in Tamil films.
She is very glamourous actress and has made a good fame in Tollywood .Amala Paul’s First Tollywood debut was made with Ram Gopal Varma’s ‘Bejawada ‘ . She was featured opposite Naga Chaitanya. Her second film was director Balaji Mohan’s ‘Love failure’ which become critical and commercial success. In this film she was paired opposite actor Siddharth. Amala was also paired with Ram Charan Tej in her next film ‘Nayak’ which was a huge hit at the box-office and she was looking gorgeous in the film. She is also now being paired with Allu Arjun for the film ‘ Iddarammayilatho ‘ which is directed by Puri Jagannadh .
Awards won by Amala Paul are
In 2011 she won Amrita-FEFKA Film Awards as a Best Actress in Tamil
In 2011 she won Edison Awards as a Best New Face
In 2011she won MGR-Sivaji Awards as a Best New Actress
In 2011 she won Vijay Awards for Best Debutante
In 2012 she won Jaya Awards as a Youth Female Icon Of The Year
She acted in following films :
In 2009 Neelathamara in Malayalam movie .
In 2010 in a Tamil movies like Veerasekaran , Sindhu Samaveli , Mynaa .
Her first film in Tollywood was in 2011 Bejawada(Telugu) and again in 2012 Love Failure .
In 2013 she acted in Nayak .
Amala Paul is paired opposite Stylish Star Allu Arjun in ‘Iddarammayilatho’ movie which is directed by Puri Jagannath, She is also working in the movie ‘Janda Pai Kapiraju’.