Akkineni Amala is a film actress and Social Activist. She has acted in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, and Hindi films. She trained in Bharathanatyam at chennai.
Amala married Akkineni Nagarjuna in 1992, the pair having a son "Akhil Akkineni". naga Chaithanya is Amala's step son. Amala is convenor for bluecross Hyderabad.
2nd South Indian International Movie Awards: Best Actress in a Supporting Role for the movie "Life is Beautiful"
60th Filmfare Awards South: Best Actor in a Supporting Role - Female for the movie "Life is Beautiful"
CineMAA awards: Best Outstanding Actress for the movie "Life is Beautiful"
Amala entered in film industry with the movie "Mythili Yennai Kadali" in tamil directed by "T. Rajendar". She entered in telugu industry with the movie "Kirai Dada", in this movie she acted with her fortune husband "Nagarjuna". Amala acted in unforgettable tamil movies "Pushpak" and "Agni Natchathiram".
Amala acted acted with famous actors like "Rajinikanth", "Kamal Haasan", "Chiranjeevi", "Mammootty" and "Mohan Lal". Amala worked with famous directors like "Mani Ratnam" and "Ram Gopal Varma". After marriage with Nagajuna she stopped acting in 1992, But she came back with the movie "Life is Beautiful" directed by shekar kammula.
Movies acted by Amala
1986: Mythili Ennai Kaathali, Kodai Mazhai, Mella Thirandhathu Kadhavu, Panneer Nathigal, Kanne Kaniyamuthe, Oru Iniya Udhayam, Unnai Ondru Ketpen
1987: Velaikaran, Poopoova Poothirukku, Koottu Puzhukkal, Vedham Pudhithu, Kavithai Pada Neramillai, Idhu Oru Thodarkathai, Pesum Padam
1988: Agni Natchathiram, Kodi Parakuthu, Sathya, Jeeva, Illam, Kaliyugam
1989: Mappillai, Varam, Nalaya Manithan, Uthama Purushan, Vetri Vizha
1990: Pudhu Padagan, Mounam Sammadham
1991: Vaasalile Oru Vennila, Karpura Mullai
1987: Kirai Dada
1988: Raktha Tilakam, Chinna Babu
1990: Raja Vikramarka, Prema Yuddham, Aggiramudu
2012: Life is Beautiful
1988: Dayavan, Kab Tak Chupe Rahungi, Pushpak
1989: Dost, Jurrat
2013: Listen... Amaya
1991: Ente Sooryaputhrikku, Ulladakkam
1990: Bannada Gejje
1992: Ksheera Saagara, Belliyappa Bangarappa