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Mamata Mohandas Family Marriage Husband Photos Biography Profile Biodata Age Height Details

Mamata Mohandas  Family Marriage Husband Photos Biography Profile Biodata Age Height Details




Name Mamata Mohandas
Date of Birth: 14-11-1984
Age: 32
Height 
Father Ambalappat Mohan Das
Mother Ganga
Husband Prajith Padmanabhan
Son:  
Siblings: 
Daughter: 
Address 
Residence BahrainLos Angeles, CA, United States
Occupation Actress, Playback Singer

Mamta Mohandas is an Indian film actress and a singer of reading. She mainly acted in Malayalam films, in addition to some Telugu and Tamil productions and a Kannada film. She won two Filmfare awards, for the best female singer at Telugu in 2006 and for the best Malayalam actress in 2010.
Youth

Mamta Mohandas was born on November 14, 1985 in Ambalappat Mohandas and Ganga in a Malayali family from Kannur (Kerala). She attended the Bahrain Indian School until 2002 and is an alumna of the school. She pursued a bachelor's degree at Mount Carmel College Bangalore. She modeled for print ads for companies such as IBM and Kalyan Kendra and modeled on the ramp for Mysore Maharajah and Raymonds. Mamta is trained in Carnatic and Hindustani music.

Career

Mamta made her debut in the 2005 Malayalam film Mayookham, directed by Hariharan. Although the film is not well at the box office, Mamta has attracted attention for its sensitive representation of Indira.

She later worked with Mammootty at Bus Conductor, with Suresh Gopi in the films Adbutham (2006) and Lanka (2006), and alongside Jayaram at Madhuchandralekha (2006). She also played the female role in Baba Kalyani with Mohanlal. Later in the same year, she debited in the Tamil film industry, featuring the film directed by Karu Pazhaniappan, Sivappathigaram, in front of Vishal Krishna, which proved to be a rude medium.

In 2007 she played with Mammootty in the Big B blockbuster. She eventually entered the Telugu film industry as well, while appearing in a supporting role in the film Yamadonga, directed by SS Rajamouli. The film became one of the biggest hits of the year. She had lent her voice for some songs in this movie too. In 2008, she appeared in 7 films, mostly in the films in the telegorian language. His first release was his first film by Kannada, Gooli. She then played in the movie Krishnarjuna, playing the main female role, which did not do well at the box office. Victory was her next mission as a lead actress, but this film also failed at the box office, after which she appeared in a scintillating role in her only Tamil version this year, Kuselan, alongside superstar Tamil Rajinikanth . Three other Telugu publications featured Mamta, including Homam, led by JD Chakravarthy and the King of Srinu Vaitla facing Nagarjuna. In these two films, she also starred as a singer in several songs.

In 2009, she starred in the comedy film Guru En Aalu alongside Madhavan and the passenger passenger, sharing the screen space with Dileep and Sreenivasan, respectively. While the former had an average run at the box office, the latter was declared a surprise sleep in Malayalam. The film "Passengers" in which she played the role of television journalist "Anuradha" has become a turning point in mamta's career. In 2010, she worked with Jayaram in the acclaimed critically acclaimed Kadha Thudarunnu, directed by Sathyan Anthikkad, for which she won her first Filmfare Actress Award. She also won the Vanitha Award for Best Actress - Malayalam, the "Mathurubum Award for Best Actress - Malayalam" and the "Asianet Award for Best Actress - Malayalam". Other projects in 2010 included Musafir with Rahman, Anwar with Prithiviraj and Kedi with Nagarjuna. Mamta's first film in 2011 was the Malayalam movie race, in which she played the role of Niya, wife of a cardio-surgeon Abey (Kunchacko Boban). The film did not do well at the box office.  His next trip to Malayalam was Naayika. In 2012, Mamta appeared in her third Tamil film, Thadaiyara Thaakka directed by Magizh Thirumeni. His most recent film is Paisa Paisa in which she was paired with Indrajith. She completed the filming of To Noora with Love in which she plays a Muslim character. She made a return to the Malayalam film industry with Ranchjith Shankar's mammoty host "Varsham". She shared her screen space with Dileep in "Two Countries" after making a box office movie with "My Boss"

Personal life

Mamta is a cancer survivor. She battled Hodgkin's lymphoma with positive energy and confidence. She had to cut her hair off for chemotherapy sessions. In some parts of her film Anwar, she managed to conceive the difference with wigs. Not many were aware of this situation until late 2010.

Mamta got engaged to Prajith Padmanabhan, a Bahrain-based businessman, also her childhood friend, on 11 November 2011. They got married on 28 December 2011 in Kozhikode. On 12 December 2012, the couple applied for divorce. [15] In April 2013, she had a relapse of cancer and underwent treatment. She is currently residing in Downtown Los Angeles as a part of her cancer treatment.

Awards

2010: Second Best Actress – Kadha Thudarunnu
2010: Best Popular Actress – Kadha Thudarunnu
2010: Nominated - Best Actress - Kadha Thudarunnu
2013: Best Popular Actress – My Boss
2006: Won- Best Female Playback Singer in Telugu – Rakhi
2009: Nominated- Best Actress – Passenger
2010: Won- Best Actress – Kadha Thudarunnu
2013: Nominated- Best Actress – Arike
2013: Nominated- Best Playback Singer – Female - Arike
2014: Nominated- Best Actress – Celluloid
2016: Nominated- Best Actress – Two Countries
2010: Best Actress – Kadha Thudarunnu
2016: Best Star Pair - Two Countries
Nominated - 2017: Best Playback Singer - Female -Aadupuliyattam
Nominated - 2013: Best Actress -Celluloid, My Boss
2nd South Indian International Movie Awards
Nominated - 2013: Best Female Playback Singer – Arike
2016: Nominated- Best Actress – Two Countries
Mathrubhumi-Kalyan Silks Chalachitra awards
2010: Best Actress – Kadha Thudarunnu
2005: Best Debut Actress – Mayookham
2012: Second Best Actress – Celluloid
2016-Best Actress - Two Countries
2013: The Pearl Malayalam Film Award for Second Best Actress



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