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Shamna Kkasim Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Shamna Kkasim Quick Info
Height 5 ft 3 in
Weight 60 kg
Date of Birth January 23, 1989
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Eye Color Dark Brown

Shamna Kkasim is an Indian actor, professional dancer, and model who has predominantly worked in the South Indian film industry. She has been cast in various movies like Manju Poloru PenkuttyDrogi, Bhargavacharitham Moonam Khandam, Hridayathil Sookshikkan9 KK Road, DecemberMakaramanjuAvunu, Junior SeniorPachakuthiraEnnittum, KandhakottaiAadu Puli, Sri MahalakshmiAli BhaiCollege KumaranJoshVellore MaavattamFlashRadhan GandaJayammu Nischayammu Raa, ThagaraaruMuniyandi Vilangial MoonramanduKodaikanalOru Kuttanadan Blog, Seema TapakaiChattakaariAaru Sundarimaarude KathaJannal OramLaddu BabuNuvvala NenilaMama Manchu Alludu KanchuAvunu 2Evanukku Engeyo Matcham IrukkuMadhura RajaThalaiviMarconi Mathai, and Adanga Maru.

Born Name

Shamna Kkasim

Nick Name

Poorna, Chinnaty

Shamna Kkasim in 2021
Shamna Kkasim in 2021 (PoornaTeam / Wikimedia / CC BY-SA 3.0)

Sun Sign


Born Place

Thayyil, Kannur, Kerala, India


Kochi, Kerala, India





Shamna Kkasim studied at Ursuline Senior Secondary School and at St. Teresa’s Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School, both located in Kannur. Then, she finished her Bachelor of Arts in English by correspondence


Actor, Professional Dancer, Model


  • Father – Kassim (Local Fisherman)
  • Mother – Ramla Beevi (Housewife)
  • Siblings – Sheriffa (Older Sister), Shanavas (Older Brother), Shaina (Older Sister), Arifa (Older Sister)



Shamna Kkasim smiling in a picture alongside Mammootty
Shamna Kkasim smiling in a picture alongside Mammootty (Shamna Kkasim / Instagram)


5 ft 3 in or 160 cm


60 kg or 132 lbs

Race / Ethnicity

Asian (Indian)

Hair Color


Eye Color

Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

  • Charming appearance
  • Pouty lips

Brand Endorsements

Shamna Kkasim has done endorsement work for brands like Kenneth Cole India and Deyga Organics.



Shamna Kkasim as seen in August 2020
Shamna Kkasim as seen in August 2020 (Shamna Kkasim / Instagram)

Shamna Kkasim Facts

  1. She is the youngest of 5 siblings.
  2. Her career started as a classical dancer and she eventually established herself in the entertainment industry, following her participation in the Amrita TV reality-based dance competition show Super Dancer.
  3. Shamna Kkasim made her first film appearance as Dhanya in the 2004 Malayalam-language thriller film Manjupoloru Penkutti.
  4. In 2007, she made her Telugu film debut by playing the character named Sri Mahalakshmi in the suspense thriller film Sri Mahalakshmi, a remake of the 2006 Malayalam film Chinthamani Kolacase.
  5. In an interview with John Brittas, Shamna Kkasim credited Mohanlal as her godfather in Malayalam movies at the early stages of her career.
  6. The Hindu has labeled her as “the ghost queen of Telugu films” because she has often played the role of ghosts in different films.
  7. She appeared as Bommali in the 2015 Telugu-language horror comedy film Raju Gari Gadhi.
  8. After her mother lodged a complaint, police arrested members of a gang in June 2020 who allegedly blackmailed Shamna Kkasim. It was later revealed that the gang members locked female filmstars in hotels rooms and forced them to accompany as escorts for transporting black money.
  9. Shamna Kkasim portrayed the character of V. K. Sasikala, a close aide of J. Jayalalithaa, in the 2021 biographical drama film Thalaivii, based on the life of Indian actor-politician J. Jayalalithaa.
  10. In 2021, she played Lakshmi, Krishna’s wife, in the Tamil-language anthology streaming television series Navarasa.
  11. She has also been a part of television projects like Ente Priya GanangalSuper JodyUdan PanamDhee ChampionsSabarimala Swami AyyapanKannamoochi, and others.

Featured Image by PoornaTeam / Wikimedia / CC BY-SA 3.0

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