The last Malayalam film that she had starred in was 'Saigal Padukayanu' which released three years ago.

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Ramya Nambeesan made her acting debut as a child artiste in the Malayalam movie Sayahnam in 2000 and has won several awards in her long career. She has also made successful debuts in the Tamil and Telugu film industries and has established herself as a heroine.

Ramya made her debut in the Kannada film industry with Style King a couple of years ago. The last Malayalam film that she had starred in was Saigal Padukayanu which released three years ago.

But the actor rues that despite the success she had tasted, she has not been able to get good offers in Malayalam. In an interview that has been published in Mathrubhumi.com, the actor has been quoted as saying, “The 2015 movie ‘Saigal Padukayanu’ was the last Malayalam film I acted in. I don’t blame anyone. But I did not get any good offers from Malayalam industry after that. Tamil movie field is different. They never keep away the actors who once proved successful in the industry. As I was active in Tamil cinema, I didn’t have to stay away from the field. Many actresses are keeping out of the industry because they don’t get any opportunities. We get chances in Tamil and Telugu but not in Malayalam. I don’t understand its reason.”

Remya currently has the Tamil film Natpuna Ennanu Theriyuma in her kitty and the Kannada magnum opus Kurukshetra gearing up for release. Kurukshetra, starring Darshan in the lead, is based on the epic Mahabharata.

Directed by Naganna, the film has a bevy of stars in the cast including Ambareesh, Arjun, Nikhil Kumar, Sneha, V Ravichandran, among others. The film is bankrolled by Muniratna under his banner KCN Movies on a high budget and is expected to be released in various languages including Kannada, Tamil, Telugu etc in July.

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