Uma Riaz Khan Wiki & Biography: Actress Uma Riyaz Khan is from India. She has made appearances in a few Tamil films and television programs in supporting roles. She is Riyaz Khan’s wife, a well-known actor from the south of India. She performed the part of Siriya Pushpam in Anbulla Rajinikanth, marking her acting debut. Additionally, Uma appeared in a number of TV series and shows, such as Marumagal, Raja Rani 2, BB Jodigal, and Cooku with Comali. She played a significant part in Prabhu Deva’s film Flashback.
|Name||Uma Riaz Khan|
|Nick Name||Uma Riaz|
|Profession||Actress, Digital Creator|
|Date Of Birth||25 July 1975|
|Birthplace||Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India|
|Hometown||Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India|
|School||Fatima Convent School, Chennai|
|Food Habit||Non Veg|
|Address||Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India|
|Hobbies||Listening to music, Cooking, Traveling|
|Movies, Serials||Flashback, Marumagal, Raja Rani 2|
|Height (approx.)||5 feet 4 inch|
|Martial Status||Riyaz Khan|
|Parents||Father: Kamesh Mother: Kamala Kamesh|
Uma Riaz Khan Biography
Uma Riaz Khan Early Life And Education
The sole child of her artist parents, Uma. Her mother, Kamala Kamesh, was a well-known actress who is well-respected in the business, and her father, Kamesh, was a music director. She was raised alone by her mother when her father passed away when she was nine years old. In 1992, she wed actor Riyaz Khan from Malayalam. Shariq Hassan Khan and Shamarth Hassan Khan are their two sons.
Khan attended Kodambakkam’s Fatima Convent School. She competed at the state level in the 100-meter dash, javelin throw, and dance. She received classical dance training before pursuing salsa and other Latin American dance styles.
Uma Riaz Khan Career
She was raised in the film industry; her mother, Kamala Kamesh, was a well-known actress, and her father, Kamesh, was a music director. She excelled in the 100-meter dash and javelin throw at the state level.
She made her acting debut in the 1992 Priyadarshan-directed Hindi film Muskurahat. With Kamal Hassan’s Anbe Sivam, she made her Tamil film debut in 2003.
She achieved success after playing a policewoman in the Tamil film Mouna Guru. She made notable film appearances in films including Biriyani, Thoongaa Vanam, Ambuli, Maryan, and Nibunan.
Together with Raadhika Sarathkumar, she is now portraying the antagonist in Sun TV’s Chandrakumari series.