Remya Nambeesan Bio: Age, Family, Height, Boyfriend, Net Worth

Remya Nambeesan

Remya Nambeesan is an Indian actress and playback singer, who is critically acclaimed for her roles in films like Traffic, Chaappa Kurish, Sethupathi, and Pizza, among others. The charming actress began her acting career as a child artiste and mostly appears in Malayalam and Tamil films. She’s already popular amongst the vast audience of Malayalam-speaking people as she worked as a television presenter before making her stint in mainstream cinemas.

Remya Profile Summary

Birth NameRamya Subramaniam Unni
Date of Birth24 March 1986
Place of BirthCochin, Kerala, India
Age36 years old
Sun SignCapricorn
Height5 feet 6 inches or 168 cm
Weight60 kg or 132 lbs
Body BuildAverage
Eye ColorDark Brown
Hair ColorBlack
ProfessionActress, Model, Playback Singer, Former TV host
ResidenceCochin, Kerala, India
Distinctive FeaturesVoluptuous body

Early Life: Family and Education

Remya Nambeesan was born on 1 January 1986, in Chottanikkara (Kochi), Kerala, India. She’s the daughter of Subrahmaniam Unni, a former theatre artiste, and his wife Jayasree. She has one brother named Rahul Subrahmaniam, who is a musician and playback singer.

Remya attended the Mahatma Gandhi Public School, Ambadimala near Chottanikkara. She received a bachelor’s degree in Communicative English from St. Teresa’s College, Ernakulam.

Remya Nambeesan Personal Life

Though there are no reports on who she is dating right now, she dated a Jewish European man named Raphael in 2011. In 2013, She was rumored to be dating her fellow star Unni Mukundan, but both the actors have deliberately denied the reports.

Professional Statistics

Film Debut

In 2000, Remya landed her first role as a child artiste in the critically acclaimed Malayalam film Sayahnam, directed by R. Sarath.

Her first leading role as an actress came in 2006 with the Malayalam film Aanachandam, in which she played a bold dance teacher. She made her Tamil debut, as Vidhya Manikkavel, one of the leading females, in the 2008 romantic drama, Raman Thediya Seethai. To date, she has appeared in more than 50 films in different South Indian languages such as Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu.

Famous For

Known for her roles in films such as Traffic, Chaappa Kurish, Pizza, Left Right Left, Philips, and the Monkey Pen, Lukka Chuppi, Jilebi, and Sethupathi.

As Singer

Remya made her debut as a playback singer with the song “Aande Londe” for the film Ivan Megharoopan (2012). Her song “Muthuchippi Poloru” for Thattathin Marayathu (2012) became one of the most popular songs of the year.

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Television Debut

She briefly worked as a television presenter before creating a huge impact in the film world. She is known for hosting shows like Hello, Good Evening and Super Star Junior.

Brand Endorsements

She has endorsed very few brands and products as well as appeared in television commercials endorsing them.

Remya Nambeesan Net Worth

The budding actress has been with the industry since her childhood and has appeared in more than 50 films. Aside from acting, she is also an accomplished Carnatic singer, who has rendered her voice for numerous songs. Remya Nambeesan’s net worth is estimated to be over $1 million US dollars as of 2024. She is one of the leading actresses in the industry who takes a hefty salary upwards for each film appearance.

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Remya Nambeesan Facts

She began her acting career when she was in her ninth grade with the film Sayahnam. She has appeared as a child artist in a handful of movies.

Her early career was characterized by appearances in Malayalam films, though she later moved into Tamil films.

She got her hand on Carnatic music at a very young age and has sung various songs in several films and independent albums.

She has won various awards for her work as an actress as well as singer, including Guidance Chalachitra Award for Best Supporting Actress – Traffic and Chaappa Kurish and Asianet Film Award for Most Popular Singer – Thattathin Marayathu, among others.