She married Telugu Superstar Nagarjuna who she starred with her in two hit films “Siva” and “Nirnayam”. Today, when we think of animal welfare, Amala is the first name that comes to all our minds. A passionate animal lover, she has been a welfare activist for animals and is also the co-founder of Blue Cross, Hyderabad. A successful artist back in the day, a doting wife and mother now and an ardent animal lover and philanthropist, she has added one more feather to her cap by becoming the Honorary Director of Annapurna International School of Film and Media. Her smile, ever so charming, takes us back through a nostalgic trip to the 80’s. Sweet and understated, she hasn’t changed a bit and still remains the girl-next-door who her fans fell in love with.
She is undoubtedly a wonderful mother, but as Akhil is set to make his debut in Tollywood, she like any mother has the first time jitters. “I am very excited for him. He is extremely passionate about what he does. Not only Akhil but Chay too. Both the boys are talented and have the potential, else
we wouldn’t have encouraged them. However, in show biz, the audience has the ultimate say. If they love him nobody can stop him. So, how the audience would receive Akhil is something that we have to wait and watch. But it’s definitely a huge and exciting year.”