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About the Tamil version, a reviewer from The Hindu wrote: "Amala Paul, after coming across as convincing in her last few movies, looks finally set as a leading lady", while another critic labelled that she "comes across as natural" and "it is a pleasure to see her in a role and costumes that suit her age as compared to her recent movies".

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In 2015, she appeared in Rajesh Pillai's Mili, playing the titular role.Her performance in the film was critically acclaimed.She then went on to act with Mohanlal for the second time in Lailaa O Lailaa.She later joined St Teresa's college, to pursue a B. Despite emerging a success, the film failed to attract any further offers, as she had anticipated.She pursued roles in Tamil films and went on to sign for the low-budget comedy film Vikadakavi, which was delayed and ultimately became her sixth release, while also signing on to play the lead role in another small budget film Veerasekaran (2010).Her first release of 2011 was in a supporting role in the Malayalam drama film Ithu Nammude Katha, a remake of the successful Tamil film Naadodigal, and the second was meant to be her launch in Tamil films, the coming-to-age tale of five friends Vikadakavi, with the film opening to limited screens.

Both films opened to limited screens due to the moderate budget of the projects, with her performance in the latter being described as "full of potential". Her portrayal of school correspondent Shwetha Rajendran won critical acclaim, with a reviewer citing that her "expressive eyes help her leave a mark in a small but important role", whilst another critic claimed that she "acquits herself well".

We wish we saw more of her." Another reviewer, Sasidhar AS from The Times of India commented: "Amala Paul's characterisation is a delight, and she plays Komali so effectively that you'll be left wondering who else could have done the role better than her.

She was a perfect choice to play a traditional Telugu girl." The film was a blockbuster at the Kerala box office and she received several awards for her character Irena, including the SIIMA Award for Best Actress – Malayalam consecutively for two years.

Her final release of 2011 was Ram Gopal Varma's Bejawada, which marked her début in Telugu language films.

The film saw her portray a college girl, Geetanjali, and featured her opposite Naga Chaitanya, but the film opened to negative reviews and became a surprise box office failure.

The film won mixed reviews, though the lead pair's on-screen chemistry was praised by critics, while another reviewer noted that "Amala renders an effortless act". Biju's Aakashathinte Niram, which was her first art-house film.