|Birth Date||:||20 December 1994|
Nazriya Nazim is an Indian film actress and producer, who predominantly works in Malayalam Cinema along with a few Tamil films. She started her career as an anchor on Malayalam television channel Asianet before pursuing a career as an actress.
Bangalore Days [30 May 2014 (India)]
Cousins, Divya, Kuttan and Arjun, fulfil their childhood dream of relocating to Bangalore. As they embrace the warmth of the city, they also face challenges that transform their lives.
C U Soon [2 October 2020 (Russia)]
C U Soon is a 2020 Indian Malayalam-language computer screen film written and directed by Mahesh Narayanan. The film is set in computer screen and stars Fahadh Faasil, Roshan Mathew and Darshana Rajendran, with Saiju Kurup, Amalda Liz and Maala Parvathi in supporting roles.
Koode [14 July 2018 (India)]
Following the loss of his sister, a young man is forced to reflect on his childhood and reassess his future. However, he finds support and courage from unexpected quarters.
Kumbalangi Nights 
Maad Dad [10 January 2013 (Kerala)]
Easow is mentally unstable after the death of his beloved wife. But his life changes for the better when his daughter tries to bring him back to leading a normal life.
Maniyarayile Ashokan [31 August 2020]
Ashokan desperately wishes to get married as he is past the marriageable age. However, bad luck and a series of unfortunate circumstances threaten to make this a distant dream.
Masala [20 April 2012 (Maharashtra)]
Rewan is a businessman who has always faced rejection in his life. He moves to the city along with his wife to start a new business.
Naiyaandi [11 October 2013 (India)]
Chinna and Vanaroja are in love, but in an unexpected turn of events, her marriage is fixed with someone else. Vanaroja escapes, and comes to live with Chinna's family, but his brothers fall for her.
Nee nalla varuvada [April 2015 (India)]
Neram [10 May 2013 (India)]
An unemployed engineer struggles to pay back the money he took from a loan shark. His life becomes complicated when he elopes with his girlfriend as her father opposes their relationship.
Ohm Shanthi Oshaana [16 March 2018]
Anjali, a young woman, falls in love with Rahul, a young man she presumes to be a millionaire. However, upon realising that he is not as wealthy, she decides to desert him.
Oru Naal Varum [9 July 2010 (India)]
Nandhakumar, an honest police officer, lays a trap to capture Gopi Krishnan, a corrupt town planner. Though his attempts fail, Nandhakumar is not ready to give up.
Palunku [22 December 2006 (India)]
Monachan, a villager, moves to a city with his family to provide a better education to his children. Problems arise when he gets influenced by the people get him involved in illegal activities.
Pramani [26 March 2010]
Viswanatha Panicker, a corrupt panchayat president, earns a lot of money through his illegal ways by tricking the villagers. However, when he decides to change his ways, his family disown him.
Raja Rani [27 September 2013 (India)]
John and Regina, who dislike each other, are forced to get married and lead troubled lives. However, things take a turn when the couple suffers a sudden tragedy.
Salala Mobiles [23 January 2014 (India)]
Afzal is happy after his uncle helps him to set up his mobile shop. However, things take an unexpected turn when Azhagarsamy gifts him a virus-infected mobile application.
Samsaaram Aarogyathinu Haanikaram [25 April 2014]
Anjana, a doctor, thinks that silence is golden and avoids speaking much whereas Aravind, a salesman, loves talking. Their lives change when a strange disease called dumb flu spreads in the city.
Thirumanam Enum Nikkah 
Vaayai Moodi Pesavum [25 April 2014 (India)]
The people of the Panimalai hill station are in trouble as the government has put a ban on speaking to control the spread of the 'dumb-flu' that spreads only through talking.
Varathan [20 September 2018 (India)]
After losing his job, Aby and his wife, Priya, move back to the latter's family estate in Kerala. However, things go from bad to worse for the couple as they encounter a new set of challenges.
- 20 December 1994.
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