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Sanusha is an Indian Film Actress. Sanusha Born on 3rd November 1994 in Kannur in Kerala . She is also called Ammu and popularly referred to as Baby Sanusha. Her father name is Santhosh and Mother’s name is Usha. She started her acting career as a child artist in malayalam films and went on to star in many television serials. She is very talented and good acting from childhood.
After Being popular in TV serials Sanusha started her film career om 2000 at the age of 5 in Vinayan’s movie Dada Saheb and has acted in a couple of movie like Meesha Madhavan 2002, Manjupoloru Penkutti 2004, maampazhakkalam 2004, Kaazhcha 2004,Bangaram 2006and Keerthi Chakra 2006.She received The Kerala State Best Child artist award for the performance as Ambili in the film Kazhcha with Mammootty and the same award once again for her character in the film Soumyam both in the year 2004 She played her first matured role in the film Nalai Namathey (Tamil) directed by Vinayan. Her Second movie as a heroine is Renigunda. She debuts as heroine in mollywood with Dileep in Mr Marumakan.
started his career at Kalabhavan, working as a mimicry artist. He also performed in Asianet's comedy show Comicola. Later he got a chance to be the assistant director to Kamal. While being an assistant director, Dileep did some small roles, debuting with just a small scene in Kamal's Ennodu Ishtam Koodamo (1992). He recommended his name to many directors. The film Manathe Kottaram (1994), directed by Sunil, gave him the first break and his screen name Dileep came into place through the character of the same name that he played. Other minor roles during this time included Joshi's Sainyam (1993), Sibi Malayil's Sindoora Rekha (1995), Urvashi's Pidakozhi Koovunna Nootand (1994), Kamal's Ulladakkam (1993) and Sudhinam (1994). Thooval Kottaram (1996) , Swapna Lokathe Balabhaskaran (1996), Sallapam (1996) , Ee Puzhayum Kadannu in 1996. He played a supporting role in I. V. Sasi's Varnapakittu in 1997, Punjabi House (1998), Meenathil Thalikettu (1998), Megham (1999), starring Mammootty, Chandranudikkunna
Dileep started with Mr. Butler (2000), Darling Darling (2000), and Ee Parakkum Thalika (2001), Thenkasipattanam (2000), Joker (2000),Ishtam (2001), ,Mazhathullikkilukkam (2002), Kunjikkoonan (2002),. He won the Kerala State Film Special Jury Award for playing Kunjan in Kunjikkoonan. It was playing Madhavan in Lal Jose's Meesa Madhavan (2002),Kalyanaraman (2002), Jayaraj's Thilakkam (2003), and Johny Antony's C.I.D. Moosa (2003) (which he produced himself). He also produced and starred in T. V. Chandran's Kadhavaseshan (2004). In 2004, he starred in Priyadarshan's Vettam, Chanthupottu (2005) won him the Special Jury Award at the Kerala State Film Awards. He played an action hero in Runway (2004), Kochirajavu (2005), Lion (2006), Chess (2006), and Don (2006). He appeared in Shaji Kailas's Don. He played the athlete Arjun in Speed Track, the debut of director Jayasurya. His second film with the director Sathyan Anthikkad, Vinodayathra, was released in April 2007. He also had the chance to play in Blessy's Calcutta News (2008).
Dileep produced Joshi's Twenty:20 (2008). In the year 2009, his films included Crazy Gopalan , Moss & Cat directed by director Fazil and Passenger, directed by debutant Ranjith Shankar. His other two films were Swantham Lekhakan and Colours.
In the beginning of 2010s, Dileep starred in Bodyguard, Aagathan and Pappy Appacha. Bodyguard was later remade into Hindi, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada languages. His production venture Malarvadi Arts Club, directed by Vineeth Sreenivasan. In 2010, he also starred in Kaaryasthan. In 2011, he starred in Marykkundoru Kunjaadu , Christian Brothers, China Town. In 2011, he also starredOrma Mathram, The Filmstaar and Vellaripravinte Changathi for which he won his first Kerala State Film Award for Best Actor.
His first releases in 2012 were Mayamohini and Arike. His next releases were Mr. Marumakan and My Boss.
His first release in 2013 was Kammath & Kammath. He played the lead role in Vyshakh's Sound Thoma which released on April 5. He also has another three projects lined up, including Viji Thampi's Nadodimannan and Kodi Ramakrishna's Telugu biopic Baba Sathya Sai and an untitled Anwar Rasheed movie which will be produced under Amal Neerad productions.