Amulya (born Moulya on 14 September 1993) is an Indian film actress who appears in Kannada films. She made her debut as a child artist in the early 2000s and appeared in a lead role in 2007 with Cheluvina Chittara. She is best known for her roles in the commercially successful films Chaitrada Chandrama (2008), Naanu Nanna Kanasu (2010) and Shravani Subramanya (2013).
Amulya was born on 14 September 1993 as Moulya in Bangalore, Karnataka. Her father worked as a businessman till he died in 2009. Her mother, Jayalaksmi, is a housewife who Amulya resides with, in Bangalore. She has an older brother, Deepak Aras, who directed her 2011 film Manasology. Her first appearance on-screen came as a 6-year old in a Kannada television soap opera, Supta Manasina Sapta Swaragalu. She describes her childhood as a "busy" one, having involved herself in sports and music alongside academics. While in school, she trained as Bharatanatyam dancer and has obtained a green belt in Karate. She completed her pre-university course in commerce from Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. In 2014, she obtained a Bachelor of Commerce (B. Com) degree, from the same college.