Roma Asrani

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Roma Asrani is an Indian model turned actress who mainly appears in Malayalam-language films.[2] She has starred in over 20 films. She is popularly known mononymously as Romah.

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Roma Asrani (2011)
Roma Asrani
Born
Roma Asrani

25 August 1984[1][circular reference]
NationalityIndian
OccupationActress, Model
Years active2005-present

Roma Asrani was born to a Sindhi Hindu father and a Tamil mother in Trichy, Tamil Nadu. She made her début in the Telugu film Mr. Errababu in 2005. She has also acted in Tamil and Kannada films. She got her break through her debut 2006 Malayalam film Notebook. The film was a huge success and her performance was critically acclaimed by the both critics and audiences. She received her first Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Notebook.[3] She's known for her roles in films such as Chocolate (2007), Traffic (2011), Chappa Kurishu (2011), and Grandmaster (2012).

CareerEdit

She made her entry into Malayalam films with the movie Notebook, directed by Roshan Andrews, and became very popular after the success of the film. For her performance in Notebook, she was adjudged best newcomer by Asianet Film Awards, Kerala Film Critics Association, Asianet, Amrita TV and Kalakeralam. Her second film, July 4 (2007), directed by Joshiy, was a notable one. Her movie Chocolate (2007) with Prithviraj was a mega hit,[clarification needed] and this movie made her the darling of Malayalam cinema. She has also acted in a music album[clarification needed] by the band Team Malayalee with popular singer Vineeth Sreenivasan and actor Prithviraj for the number Minnel Azhake, which was a big hit in south India.[4]

Roma has also acted in the Tamil movie Kathale En Kathale (2006). She made her Kannada début with Aramane (2007), starring Ganesh in the lead. Further, she reappeared in the Telugu industry after a break in the movie Chalaki in 2010.

AwardsEdit

Asianet Film Awards

Filmfare Awards South

Amrita Film Awards

Kairali TV - World Malayali Council Film Awards

Other awards

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Language Role Notes
2005 Mr. Errababu Telugu Pooja
2006 Kadhale En Kadhale Tamil Krithika
2006 Notebook Malayalam Sarah Elizabeth
2007 July 4 Malayalam Sreepriya
2007 Chocolate Malayalam Ann Matthews
2008 Shakespeare M.A. Malayalam Malayalam Alli
2008 Aramane Kannada Geetha
2008 Minnaminnikoottam Malayalam Rose Mary
2008 LollyPop Malayalam Jennifer
2009 Colours Malayalam Pinky
2009 Utharaswayamvaram Malayalam Uthara
2010 Chalaki Telugu Subbalakshmi
2011 Traffic Malayalam Mariam
2011 Kathayile Nayika[6] Malayalam Archana
2011 Mohabbat Malayalam Herself Guest Role
2011 1993 Bombay, March 12 Malayalam Abida
2011 Chappa Kurishu Malayalam Ann
2011 Doubles Malayalam - Cameo appearance
2011 The Filmstaar Malayalam Herself Archive footage
Cameo
2012 Casanovva Malayalam Ann Mary
2012 Grandmaster Malayalam Beena
2012 Face to Face Malayalam Dr. Uma
2015 Namasthe Bali Malayalam Annamma
2017 Sathya Malayalam Rosy
2020 Velleppam Malayalam Sara TBA

Music VideosEdit

Title Song Director Music Notes
Malayalee Minnalazhake Vineeth Sreenivasan Jakes Bejoy
Born In Kerala arennile Arun Sekhar
Gireesh Nair
Sandya Sekhar
Jakes Bejoy

TelevisionEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://ml.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E0%B4%B1%E0%B5%8B%E0%B4%AE
  2. ^ http://www.mathrubhumi.com/movies/interview/1692/
  3. ^ http://www.mathrubhumi.com/movies/interview/67964/
  4. ^ "Vineet Sreenivasan makes directorial debut". The Hindu. 22 May 2007. Retrieved 11 March 2009.
  5. ^ http://entertainment.oneindia.in/malayalam/top-stories/2009/amrita-film-awards-2009-200209.html
  6. ^ http://www.nowrunning.com/news/malayalam/urvasi-and-roma-in-kathayile-nayika/38364/story.htm

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