Jump to navigation. Actress Amala Paul is on cloud nine after the success of her latest film Aadai, which unanimously received a good response from the audience while the critics had mixed feelings about the movie. Now, adding to her happiness is the news that she has gotten about 3 million followers on Instagram. Amala shared two pics on the social media platform and thanked her fans and followers for their support and love. Amala wrote, "I just realized the Instafam is now 3M strong! I couldn't be happier and all credits goes to each and every one of you. Let's continue loving, learning, and growing together. More power to each one of you! Yours in truth, Amala sic.
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Amala Paul (aka) Actress Amala Paul
After appearing in supporting roles in the Malayalam film Neelathamara. Amala became noted after playing the title role in Mynaa , receiving critical acclaim for her work. Amala, after finishing her high school education from Nirmala higher secondary school, Aluva, and higher secondary education at Aluva Government Higher Secondary School, took a year out before joining college. She later joined St Teresa's college, to pursue a B. At the time, her modelling portfolio was spotted by noted Malayalam director Lal Jose who offered her a supporting role in his remake, Neelathamara Despite emerging a success, the film failed to attract any further offers, as she had anticipated. The film, which became her maiden Tamil release, was panned by critics and went completely unnoticed,   while Amala's role was labelled as "minimal",  and she later cited that she regretted doing the film and many of her scenes were edited out. The director of the film had previously drawn criticism for his depictions of illicit romances as well as for assaulting his previous lead actress in a film, but Amala played down the issue citing that she had no problem with the director. However, her success was marred with extreme reactions from the public, with Amala claiming that she received death threats from anonymous callers and was publicly scolded by women at a cinema hall in Chennai.
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