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Bhama – a former Indian actress who mainly appeared in Malayalam and Kannada-language films.

Bhama

Rekhitha R. Kurup, better realized by her stage name Bhamaa, is a previous Indian entertainer who essentially showed up in Malayalam and Kannada-language films.

Rekhitha R. Kurup, better realized by her stage name Bhamaa, is a previous Indian entertainer who essentially showed up in Malayalam and Kannada-language films. She made her realistic presentation in 2007 with the Malayalam movie Nivedyam, coordinated by A. K. Lohithadas and had acted in north of 42 movies.

Personal life

She made her realistic presentation in 2007 with the Malayalam movie Nivedyam, coordinated by A. K. Lohithadas and had acted in north of 42 movies.

Bhama is the most youthful little girl of Rajendra Kurup and Shylaja. She has two senior sisters, Reshmitha R Kurup and Renjitha R Kurup. Bhama did her tutoring at St. Mary’s Higher Optional School, Manarcad, and at Baby Jesus Bethany Covent Young lady’s Higher Auxiliary School, Manarcad. She sought after lone rangers in Social science by correspondence course. Bhama is hitched to Arun Jagadish, a money manager from Chennithala, whose family is gotten comfortable Kochi, Kerala. The couple got hitched in January 2020. They have a little girl.

Career

Bhama is hitched to Arun Jagadish, a money manager from Chennithala, whose family is gotten comfortable Kochi, Kerala. The couple got hitched in January 2020. They have a little girl.

Before her entrance into the entertainment world, she was the host of a show on Surya television named Thaali. She has likewise acted in a Christian reflection collection. Chief Lohithadas, chose her as the lead courageous woman, in Nivedyam, her most memorable film. Her subsequent movie was Hareendran Oru Nishkalankan coordinated by Vinayan, in which she was projected inverse Manikuttan. She matched with Vineeth Sreenivasan in Cycle coordinated by Johny Antony.

 Her subsequent movie was Hareendran Oru Nishkalankan coordinated by Vinayan, in which she was projected inverse Manikuttan. She matched with Vineeth Sreenivasan in Cycle coordinated by Johny Antony.

Bhama expressed that until 2011, she was getting similar sort of jobs in Malayalam. She fired taking up Kannada film offers, after which she began getting new and intriguing characters with regards to Malayalam. She acted in Sohanlal’s Kadhaveedu, where she played the champion in M. T. Vasudevan Nair’s section and her personality was that of a cutting edge young lady, a media individual, who is shrewd and enthusiastic. She had a little yet huge job in Vinod Vijayan’s section of D Organization, Day of Judgment, highlighting Fahadh Faasil where she played a psycho and wore no make-up.

In 2014, she had five Malayalam discharges. She played a Christian housewife in Rakesh Gopan's 100 Degree Celsius and was viewed as a 15-year-old mother in Vinod Mankara's Ottamandaram.

In 2014, she had five Malayalam discharges. She played a Christian housewife in Rakesh Gopan’s 100 Degree Celsius and was viewed as a 15-year-old mother in Vinod Mankara’s Ottamandaram. In her just non-Malayalam arrival of the year, the Tamil-English personal film Ramanujan in light of the mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan, she assumed the part of Janakiammal, Ramanujan’s better half.

Playback singing

Bhama has at times functioned as a playback vocalist too. She had supposedly sung the tune “Kannil”, made by Rahul Raj for a film named Bicycle; but the film was dropped and the melody stays unreleased. She loaned her voice for the reflection collection Maaya Madhavam (2009), and has sung the title tune for the impending kids’ film Whimper Howl Karimppoocha. She voiced over for the short movie ; Pacha coordinated by Sarayu. She has sung a melody in the film 100 Degree Celsius alongside different champions Ananya, Meghana Raj and Shwetha Menon.

Bhama has at times functioned as a playback vocalist too. She had supposedly sung the tune

Awards

  • 2007 – Asianet Film Award for Best Star Pair Award, Nivedyam (shared with Vinu Mohan)
  • 2007 – Sathyan Memorial Film Award for Best Newcomer – Nivedyam
  • 2007 – Film Critics Award for Best Newcomer – Nivedyam
  • 2007 – Ala Award for Best Actress – Nivedyam
  • 2007 – Vanitha Nippon Award for Best Newcomer – Nivedyam
  • 2009 – Mathrubhumi-Amritha Award for Best Screen Pair – Ivar Vivahitharayal (shared with Jayasurya)

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