Nazriya at the audio launch of Neram, 2013
20 December 1994 
Trivandrum, Kerala, India
|Occupation||Film actress, Playback singer, Anchor, Model|
|Years active||2006, 2010, 2013–present|
|Relatives||Farhaan Faasil (brother-in-law)
Nazriya Nazim (Malayalam: നസ്രിയ നസീം; born 20 December 1994) is an Indian film actress who has starred in Malayalam and Tamil films. She started her career as an anchor on Malayalam television before pursuing a career as an actress. She made her debut as a child artist with Palunku (2006) and then as a lead actress in the Malayalam film Maad Dad (2013). She has gone on to star in films such as Raja Rani (2013), Ohm Shanthi Oshaana (2014), Vaayai Moodi Pesavum (2014), and Bangalore Days (2014).
Nazriya was born to Nazimudeen and Begum Beena. She has a brother, Naveen.Who is born at 1995. Nazriya studied in Christ Nagar School, and Our Own English High School, Al Ain, UAE. She has stated that she wants to study something related to business and that she may take up either a Commerce or BBA course. In 2013, she joined Mar Ivanious College in Thiruvananthapuram, but reportedly left the college, owing to her tight shooting schedules. Her family lived in Al Ain, UAE, before moving to Thiruvananthapuram.
Starting her career in 2006 as a child artist, she acted in a Malayalam film Palunku (2006) directed by Blessy, in which she played the daughter of Mammootty's character. She went on to become an anchor on Asianet's music reality television show, Munch Star Singer. Mohanlal-starrer Oru Naal Varum (2010) was her next venture, in which she played the role of Dhanya, the daughter of Sreenivasan's character. She also did a supporting role in the Mammootty-starrer Pramani. Nazriya was cast in an album titled Yuvvh by Sony Music Entertainment, which became very popular among the youth.
Nazriya finally landed her first female lead role in the Malayalam film Maad Dad (2013). She once again associated with the team of Yuvvh—director Alphonse Putharen and actor Nivin Pauly—for the romantic comedy thriller film Neram which was simultaneously made in Tamil and Malayalam. She was then seen in Raja Rani an IT professional called Keerthana. Gautaman Bhaskaran from Hindustan Times wrote "the one person who caught my attention was Nazriya Nazim, who as Arya’s lover, Keerthana, is absolutely gorgeous with a face that is so expressive that we do not need her to speak". Her next release was Naiyaandi in which she played a dentist.
In 2014 she was first seen in Salalah Mobiles. She has completed filming for Thirumanam Enum Nikkah in Tamil, in which she acts as a Tamil Iyengar girl, and Om Shanthi Oshaana in Malayalam. Her other upcoming films include Bangalore Days and Samsaaram Aarogyathinu Haanikaram in Malayalam, and Vaayai Moodi Pesavum in Tamil. Nazriya was set to star in the Tamil film Nee Valla Varuvada, alongside Jiiva, as Super Good Films signed on Jiiva and Nazriya Nazim in October 2013 to play the lead roles. However, in March 2014, Kajal Aggarwal was signed on and replaced Nazriya. Nazriya has also acted in some advertisements. In 2014 she received a Vijay Award in the category of Best Debut Actress, for her character in the 2013 film Neram.
In January 2014, Malayalam film actor Fahadh Faasil announced to the media that he was set to marry Nazriya. The pair had acquainted on the sets of Anjali Menon's Bangalore Days (2014), with Fahadh revealing that their parents later had been pivotal in arranging the marriage. The pair were engaged in February 2014, before having a wedding ceremony in August 2014 in Thiruvananthapuram.
|Oru Naal Varum||Dhanya||Malayalam||Child artist|
|Neram||Jeena||Malayalam||Asianet Film Award for Best Star Pair
Vanitha Film Award for Best Star Pair
|Neram||Veni||Tamil||Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South
Edison Award for Best Debut Actress
Vijay Award for Best Debut Actress
|Raja Rani||Keerthana||Tamil||Nominated - Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Tamil|
|Ohm Shanthi Oshaana||Pooja Mathew||Malayalam|
|Vaayai Moodi Pesavum||Anjana||Tamil|
|Samsaaram Aarogyathinu Haanikaram||Malayalam|
|Bangalore Days||Divya Prakash||Malayalam|
|Thirumanam Enum Nikkah||Vishnu Priya||Tamil|
|2014||"La La Lasa (Ummachi Rap)"||Salala Mobiles||Malayalam||Debut as a singer|
|2014||"Ente Kannil Ninakkai"||Bangalore Days||Malayalam|