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The Top Performances by Malayalam Actresses in 2013

January 10, 2014 08:50 IST

The Top Performances by Malayalam Actresses in 2013

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There are not many good roles for actresses in Malayalam films.

Within those restrictions the following actresses gave terrific performances in 2013.

Ann Augustine

Film: Artist

Ann Augustine displayed amazing maturity in the role of a young girl married to an eccentric, blind painter.

Her character went through a range of emotions. Viewers could sense her despair as events unfolded.


Image: Fahaad Fasil and Ann Augustine in Artist

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Shobhana

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Fim: Thira

Thira, directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan, was a disappointment. But Shobhana’s performance in the film gave it some credibility.

She handled the tense situations in the film very ably. 


Image: Shobhana in Thira


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Sajitha Madathil

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Film: Shutter

Portraying a role of a prostitute who is stuck in a room with a stranger, Sajitha Madathil was simply spectacular.  

Her mannerisms and dialogue delivery were suited to the character she played. Viewers were very appreciative of her performance. 


Image: Sajitha Madathil in Shutter


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Rima Kallingal

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Film: August Club

The plight of a married woman who has to come to terms with temptation was presented in a realistic way by Rima Kallingal.

She portrayed the anguish that she goes through with subtle expressions and amazing dignity.


Image: Rima Kallingal in August Club


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Amala Paul

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Film: Oru Indian Pranayakatha

Sathyan Anthikkad’s Oru Indian Pranayakatha was old-fashioned and cliched.

Amala Paul was the saving grace of the film. She turned in a good performance that needs to be appreciated.

 


Image: Amala Paul in Oru Indian Pranayakatha


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