Divya Prabha's Profile

Divya Prabha

Age : 29

Date of Birth : 1991-May-18

Height : 162

Weight : 53

Figure : 33-28-33

Complexion : Wheatish

Body type : Slim

Industry : Malayalam, Tamil

Education : MBA

Relationship : Single

Zodiac sign : Taurus

Hair color : Black

Hair pattern : Long Layer

Eye color : Black

Religion : Hindu

Profession : Actor, Model

Father's name : P. S. Ganapathy Iyer

Mother's name : Leelamani

Siblings : Vidyaprabha, Sandhyaprabha

Home town : Thrissur, Kerala

Current locaion : Thrissur, Kerala

Languages known : Malayalam, Tamil, English

About :

Divya Prabha was born as the youngest daughter of P. S. Ganapathy Iyer and Leelamani in Thrissur, Kerala, India. She has two sisters—Vidyaprabha and Sandhyaprabha. She did her schooling in Government Higher Secondary School in Cherpu and completed her graduation from T.K.M. College of Arts and Science in Kollam. She hold a postgraduate master's degree in business administration in human resource management.

Career :

Divya made her screen debut with the 2013 film Lokpal directed by Joshiy. She was cast in the film unexpectedly, Lokpal was filming in Subhash Park, Kochi when she was taking her morning jog and Joshiy and writer S. N. Swamy approached her with a role. 

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Her television debut was with the serial Amma Manasam directed by K. K. Rajeev. Her first Tamil film was Kayal directed by Prabhu Solomon, in which she played the character role of Divya. She also performed notable roles in films such as Nadan, Pianist, and Ithihasa. It was after her role in Ithihasa she got public recognition. She played a character role in the film Vettah directed by Rajesh Pillai. Her role in Take Off as a nurse got wide appreciations. Divya became more popular among the small screen spectators through the character role of Aparna in the serial Eshwaran Sakshiyayi aired on Flowers TV. In 2018, she played supporting roles in the period film Kammara Sambhavam and sports thriller Nonsense. In 2019, she played the role of Molly in the dark comedy A Very Normal Family, a theatre play directed by Roshan Mathew. She was lauded for her performance as a Malayali teacher named Babitha in the comedy Thamaasha.In 2020, she was seen in an album titled "Arikil".

Biography