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Personal life 
Nazriya's father is a business man, her mother a home maker. She has a younger brother. Nazriya studied in Al Ain till Class 10 and then in 2006,she moved to Kerala with family. She had studied at the Christ Nagar School, Thiruvananthapuram. She has stated that she wants to study something related to business and that she may take up either a Commerce or BBA course. The family lived previously in western Asia before moving to Thiruvananthapuram.
Starting her career in 2006 as a child artist, she acted in a Malayalam film Palunku (2006) directed by Blessy. She went on to become an anchor on Asianet's music reality television show, Munch Star Singer. Oru Naal Varum (2010) was her next venture, in which she played the role of Dhanya. She also did a supporting role in Pramani. Nazriya was cast in an album titled Yuvvh by Sony Music Entertainment, which became very popular among the youth. Nazriya played the female lead role in the Malayalam film Maad Dad (2013). She then starred in Putharen's romantic comedy thriller film Neram which was simultaneously made in Malayalam and Tamil languages.
Her upcoming films include the Tamil films Thirumanam Ennum Nikkah, Naiyaandi  and Raja Rani.
|2006||Palunku||Geethu||Malayalam||(credited as Baby Nazriya)|
|2010||Oru Naal Varum||Dhanya||Malayalam|
|2013||Thirumanam Ennum Nikkah||Tamil||Filming|
Nazriya nazim is always Cute, is usually characterized by (though not limited to) some combination of infant-like physical traits, especially small body size with a disproportionately large head, large eyes, a pleasantly fair, though not necessarily small nose, dimples, and round and softer body features. Infantile personality traits, such as playfulness, fragility, helplessness, curiosity, innocence, affectionate behavior, and a need to be nurtured are also generally considered cute.
Konrad Lorenz argued in 1949 that infantile features triggered nurturing responses in adults and that this was an evolutionary adaptation which helped ensure that adults cared for their children, ultimately securing the survival of the species. As evidence, Lorenz noted that humans react more positively to animals that resemble infants—with big eyes, big heads, shortened noses, etc.—than to animals that do not.
That is, humans prefer animals which exhibit pedomorphosis. Pedomorphosis is the retention of childlike characteristics—such as big heads or large eyes—into adulthood. The widely perceived cuteness of domesticated animals, such as dogs and cats, may be due to the fact that humans selectively breed their pets for infant-like characteristics, including non-aggressive behavior and childlike appearance.
Some later scientific studies have provided further evidence for Lorenz's theory. For example, it has been shown that human adults react positively to infants who are stereotypically cute. Studies have also shown that responses to cuteness—and to facial attractiveness in general—seem to be similar across and within cultures. In a study conducted by Stephan Hamann of Emory University, he found using an fMRI, that cute pictures increased brain activity in the orbital frontal cortex.
Additionally, the phenomenon is not restricted to humans. The young of many mammal and bird species share a similar set of typical physical proportions, beyond absolute body size, that distinguish them from adults of their own species. In the recent finding of a juvenile Triceratops skull, one journalist suggested its features, which included "a shortened face and big eyes", were "probably as cute as a button – at least to its mother".