Anjaly Aneesh Upasana- Actress
Anjaly Aneesh Upasana is one of the south Indian film actress who predominantly acts in Malayalam industry. She started her career as a child artist and present in the industry during 1994- 1996, active from 2010.
Anjaly aneesh was born at Ernakulam, Kerala. Her parents are Giridharan Nair and Usha. She did her completed schooling in Tripunithura, Ernakulam and she completed the graduation at N.S.S. College, Tripunithura. Her entry o the industry was as a child artist in 1994, she had acted in three films during 1994-96. After that she concentrated on her study. Then she turned to modelling during her collage days and had participated many advertisements. This helped her to rope into the mini screen shows. He had hosted many shows in Malayalam channel such as Asianet, Kairali and JeevanTV. The shows gives her more popularity among family viewers and she had also hosted many stage shows. She had also got an opportunity to play in a music Album (La Cochin – Vineeth Sreeni Vasan).
Anjaly Aneesh became more popular and had noticed by the filmm makers, thus she got many offers from the industry. She restarted her acting career through the Tamil Industry, Then later he had gifted many film in Tamil, Malayalam and Telugu industries. In Malayalam She always got the chance as a supporting character and she won the Kerala State film Award for the best supporting actress in Malayalam for the film Ben.
Anjaly got married to Aneesh Upasana, who is a well known photographer turned director in Malayalam film industry. They have a daughter named Aavni.
Anjaly Aneesh made the debut in Malayalam film industry as a child artist through the film Manathe Vellitheru directed by Fazil in in 1994. The film features Vineeth, Shobana, Mukesh and Sreenivasan in the lead role. On the next year she had appeared another film Mangalyasootram directed by Sajan and the film features Jagathy Sreekumar, Murali and Kalpana in the lead role. In 1996, Anjaly had appeared her third film Lalanam.
After that she concentrated on her study, she turned to modelling during her collage days. Then she roped into mini screen and had hosted many TV shows as well as stage shows, this helped her to became popular.
After a long interval she returned back to industry through the Tamil film Nellu, directed by Shiva Shankar and released in 2010. In which she shared the screen with Sathya and Karthik Jaya. During this time she had changed her name to Bhagyanjali. In the same year she appeared in other two Tamil films Kotti and Unnaiye Kadhalipen.
Anjaly debut Malayalam film was Seniors, directed by Vyshakh and released in2011. The film features Jayaram, Kunchacko Boban, Biju Menon and Manoj K. Jayan are in the lead role. In which she plays a supporting character as Rex’s Sister. In the same year he appeared in other film Venicile Vyapari, The film features Mammootty and Kavya Madhavan are in the lead role. In this too she had played a minor role as Kavya’s fiend.
From there she had presented so many Malayalam films in Malayalam as well as Tamil. In most of them she played in a supporting role.
In 2015, the luckiest year in her career, She had appeared in a film Ben, directed by Vipin Atley. In which she played a lead female character named Asha Justin, character opposite to Suraj Venjaramood. She won Kerala State film Award for the best supporting actress. She got many appreciation for her brilliant acting in that film. Now she concentrates on Malayalam film.
Date of birth and age : Anjaly Aneesh was born in 1984 and she is 33 years old now as on 2017.
Education and qualifications: She had completed her graduation at N.S.S. College, Tripunithura, Kerala.
Filmography – Movie list
Manathe Vellitheru (Child Artist) – 1994
Mangalyasootram (Child Artist) – 1995
Lalanam (Child Artist) – 1996
Nellu (Tamil) – 2010
Kotti (Tamil) – 2010
Unnaiye Kadhalipen (Tamil) – 2010
Seniors (Malayalam) – 2011
Venicile Vyapari (Malayalam) – 2011
The King & the Commissioner (Malayalam) – 2012
Scene Onnu Nammude Veedu (Malayalam) – 2012
Matinee (Malayalam) – 2012
5 Sundarikal (Malayalam) – 2013
Pattam Pole (Malayalam) – 2013
ABCD (Malayalam) – 2013
Koothara (Malayalam) – 2014
Tamaar Padaar (Malayalam) – 2014
Asha Black (Malayalam) – 2014
Actually (Malayalam) – 2014
Monai Angane Aanayi (Malayalam) – 2014
Angels (Malayalam) – 2014
100 Degree Celsius (Malayalam) – 2014
Central Theater (Malayalam) – 2014
Munnariyippu (Malayalam) – 2014
Seconds (Malayalam) – 2014
Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum (Tamil) – 2014
Nee Naan Nizhal (Tamil) – 2014
Mili (Malayalam) – 2015
Aadu (Malayalam) – 2015
Laila O Laila (Malayalam) – 2015
Love 24×7 (Malayalam) – 2015
Acha Dhin (Malayalam) – 2015
Compartment (Malayalam) – 2015
Nellikka (Malayalam) – 2015
Nikkah (Malayalam) – 2015
Onnam Loka Mahayudham (Malayalam) – 2015
White Boys (Malayalam) – 2015
Ben (Malayalam) – 2015
Adi Kapyare Kootamani (Malayalam) – 2015
Kanal (Malayalam) – 2015
Punchirikku Parasparam (Short Film) – 2015
Kali (Malayalam) – 2016
Kammatipaadam (Malayalam) – 2016
Ann Mariya Kalippilannu (Malayalam) – 2016
Popcorn (Malayalam) – 2016
Out of Range (Malayalam) – 2016
Sukhamayirikkatte (Malayalam) – 2016
Dooram (Malayalam) – 2016
Oppam (Malayalam) – 2016
Olappeeppi (Malayalam) – 2016
Pulimurugan (Malayalam) – 2016
Kolumittayi (Malayalam) – 2016
Pallikoodam (Malayalam) – 2016
Marupadi (Malayalam) – 2016
Daffedar (Malayalam) – 2016
Oru Malayala Colour Padam – 2017
Take Off (Malayalam) – 2017
Sakhavu (Malayalam) – 2017
Rakshadhikari Baiju Oppu (Malayalam) – 2017
Hadiya (Post Production)
Third World Boys (Filming)
Nawal Enna Jewel (Post Production)
Pokkiri Simon (Filming)
- Height : NA
- Weight : NA
- Skin : White
- Hair Colour : Black
- Eye Colour : Black
** Last updated on 25th April 2017.