Amala Paul is a one of the leading actress in South India predominantly in Tamil, Malayalam and Telugu film industry respectively. She has done several roles in all the south languages including Kannada. As the actress turns a year older today, here we give you a rundown of six films of the actress that you simply should not miss!
Amala Paul played the female lead in Mynaa tells the tale of love between a couple who try to elope but are caught and are kept in captive. The film was a massive hit and went on to win many awards and was also remade into Telugu, Kannada, Hindi, and Bengali.
Amala Paul was seen opposite to Vijay and the film revolves around a dancer who takes over as the do-gooder and underworld kingpin after his father’s death. Amala Paul played an undercover cop in this film.
The film is a Tamil vigilante action drama written and directed by director-turned-actor Samuthirakani. The film was released before the elections that year and caused quite a stir. Ravi plays a revolutionist for the social cause. The film was well received and was also remade in Telugu and dubbed in Hindi as well.
Velai Illa Pattadhaari
The plot revolves around an unemployed engineering graduate who struggles to find a job suitable to his qualifications. The film is about the problems he faces and how he overcomes is the rest of the story. The film had an overwhelming response among the younger crowd who were able to relate themselves to Raghuvaran’s character.
Amma Kanakku revolves around a widowed single mother who works as a maid to provide her daughter a better life. The mother does so much to make her daughter study and finally succeeded at it. The film portrayed the struggles of the single mom.
The film portrays a free-spirited girl who is almost like a tomboy and enjoys life to the most. She believes she can do anything and that thought makes her fall in the trap and later she realizes what life is. The film was applauded critically and has been nominated in many categories.