Reeja Johnson,   better known by her stage name Mallika, is an Indian actress, who has mainly appeared in Malayalam and Tamil films.
After debuting in the Malayalam film Nizhalkuthu (2002),  she played a significant role in Cheran's Autograph , following which she played supporting roles in several Tamil films. She later went on to play in a tele-serial called Anjali. She won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Autograph.  In 2012, she won a Special Mention from the Jury at the 59th National Film Awards for her performance in the film, Byari , the first ever feature film made in Beary language.
Mallika is born to Johnson and Reetha at Thrissur, Kerala. 
|2004||Autograph||Kamala||Tamil||Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Tamil|
|2005||Thirupaachi||Karpagam||Tamil||Nominated - Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Tamil|
|2011||Koratty Pattanam Railway Gate||Annie||Malayalam|
|2011||Byari||Nadira||Beary||National Film Award – Special Mention (feature film)|
|2012||No. 66 Madhura Bus||Bhavayami||Malayalam|
|2012||Ozhimuri||Meeenakshi Pillai||Malayalam||Nominated - SIIMA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role|
|2013||Chennaiyil Oru Naal||Satyamoorthi's wife||Tamil|
|2013||Kathaveedu||Jameela||Malayalam||Kerala Film Critics Association Awards for Second Best Actress |
|2006 - 2008||Anjali||Anjali||Sun TV||Tamil|
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