Mamitha Baiju Biography | Age | Movies | Relationship | Wiki

Mamitha Baiju Biography | Age | Movies | Relationship | Wiki: Mamitha Baiju, an Indian actress primarily works in Malayalam film industry, has captured the hearts of audiences with her compelling performances. Born and raised in Kidangoor, Kottayam district, Kerala, Mamitha has emerged as a rising star with her noteworthy roles in various films.

Mamitha Baiju was born to Dr. Baiju Krishnan and Mini. Growing up with an elder brother, Midhun, Mamitha received her early education at Mary Mount Public School, Kattachira, and N.S.S. Higher Secondary School, Kidangoor. Currently pursuing a B. Sc in Psychology at Sacred Heart College in Kochi, Mamitha balances her passion for acting with a commitment to academic excellence.

Mamitha Baiju Biography | Age | Movies | Relationship | Wiki

Mamitha Baiju Biography | Age | Movies | Relationship | Wiki

Attribute Details
Name Mamitha Baiju
Profession Actress
Nationality Indian
Date of Birth 22-Jun-01
Place of Birth Kidangoor, Kottayam, Kerala
Age 23 Years
Religion Hindu
Parents Father – Dr. Baiju Krishnan and , Mother – Mini
Siblings Elder Brother – Midhun
Education B. Sc in Psychology
College Sacred Heart College, Kochi
Debut Film Sarvopari Palakkaran
Notable Films Operation Java (2021),  Kho-Kho (2021), Super Sharanya (2022),  Premalu (2024)
Upcoming Films Rebel [2024]
Awards 2020 – Kerala Film Critics Award Best Supporting Actress for Kho Kho [2021]
Height 5 Feet 5 Inches
Weight 55 Kg
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black
Zodiac sign N/A
Hobbies N/A
Marital Status Unmarried
Relationship Not Known
Social Media Instagram: mamitha_baiju [1.3M followers]

Mamitha Baiju stepped into the film industry in 2017 with her debut in “Sarvopari Palakkaran.” Since then, she has swiftly risen to fame, earning acclaim for her diverse and impactful portrayals on the silver screen. Some of her notable roles include Alphonsa in “Operation Java” (2021), Anju in “Kho-Kho” (2021), Sona in “Super Sharanya” (2022), Gopika in “Pranaya Vilasam” (2023), and Reenu in “Premalu” (2024).

Mamitha Baiju’s journey in the film industry hasn’t been without challenges. Recently, she made headlines when she spoke out about her experiences working on the film ‘Vanangaan.’ Alleging mental harassment and physical assault by director Bala, Mamitha shared her account of a particular incident on the film set. In a candid interview with a YouTube channel, she detailed the challenges she faced during the shoot, emphasizing the need for proper preparation and support.