Monday, 8 September 2014


Bhama (Malayalam: ­¾®; Rekhita) is an Indian film actress, who has mainly appeared in Malayalam and Kannada language films. She debuted in 2007 through Nivedyam directed by A. K. Lohithadas.

Personal life

Bhama is the youngest daughter of Rajendra Kurup and Shylaja. She has two elder sisters, Reshmitha and Renjitha. She completed her schooling from St Mary's Higher Secondary School & Infant Jesus School Manarcad. She pursued bachelors in Sociology by correspondence.


Before her entry into the film industry, she was the host of a show on Surya TV titled Thaali. She has also acted in a Christian devotional album. Director Lohithadas, whom she considers her Mentor/Guru cast her in Nivedyam, her first movie.^citation needed] Her second film was Hareendran Oru Nishkalankan directed by Vinayan, in which she was cast opposite Manikuttan. She paired with Vineeth Sreenivasan in Cycle directed by Johny Antony.

Bhama said that until 2011, she was getting the same kind of roles in Malayalam. She started taking up Kannada film offers, after which she started getting fresh and interesting characters in Malayalam. She acted in Sohanlal's Kadhaveedu, where she played the heroine in M. T. Vasudevan Nair's segment and her character was that of a modern girl, a media person, who is smart and energetic. She had a small but significant role in Vinod Vijayan's segment of D Company, Day of Judgement, featuring Fahadh Faasil where she played a psycho and wore no make-up. In Rakesh Gopan's 100 Degree Celsius, she plays a Christian housewife, for the first time, while she plays a 15 year old mother in Ottamandaram, directed by Vinod Mankara.

Playback singing

Bhama has occasionally worked as a playback singer as well. She had reportedly sung the song "Kannil Kannil", composed by Rahulraj for a film titled Bike; however the film was cancelled and the song remains unreleased. She lent her voice for the devotional album Maaya Madhavam (2009), and has crooned the title song for the upcoming children's film Meow Meow Karimppoocha.

Galleries of Bhama

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