Celebrity/ Seema G. Nair


Seema G. Nair was born as the youngest daughter of the famous drama actress the late Smt.Cherthala Sumathi and the creative reporter of art Shri. M.G. Gopinatha Pillai. Her eldest sister Smt. Renuka Girijan is a famous singer and her elder brother M.G. Anil is also famous as a music director. Her native place is Mundakkayam. She has a son named Aromal.

Seema G. Nair’s primary education was at St: Joseph’s School, Mundakkayam. While studding at RLV Music College Tripunithura for the Diploma Courses in Violin she came to the filed of acting as a substitute for another actress who left the troupe abruptly. Her debut drama “Kanyakumariyil Oru Kadamkatha” was presented by the famous professional Theatre group ‘Cochin Sangamitra’. She was introduced to the field of theatre acting by the famous play director Satheesh Sangamithra and the stage artist Nagandran. She played the lead roles in all the Nine plays presented by ‘Cohin Sangamithra’ and she Stopped Theatre acting in 1991. Presented before the judgment committee of the professional drama competition organized by Kerala Government and bagged the popular best actress prize of the year 1992. She acted in more than hundred Serials and her debut mini – screen serial is “Cherappayi Kathakal”, telecasted by “Dooradarsan”. After a gap of fifteen years she re – entered in theatre field as heroine in “Chandamullaval” directed by John . T. Vekkan. This play was presented by Vaikom Thirunal Theatre group in connection with world Theatre day celebrations 2006.

Seema G. Nair entered Film field by presenting the character of ‘Kunju lakshmi’ in the film “Chronic Bachelor”. The character “Aijithira” in the film “Poomatha Ponnamma” ( directly by the famous film director K.P. Kumaran) Presented by her show her range as an actress. She got the rare fortune of acting in the latest production of the world renowned Malayalam. Film director Adoor Gopala Krishnan titled “Kallanta Makal”. The film is based on the stories of Thakazhi. As a predominating artist her, role in the recently released film “Thakara Chenda” by the director Avira Rebecca is really challenging. She presented the role of “Vasanthi” in this film. The character represents all the sufferings of the marginalized life of a group of dour trodden people in a heart – rending way.