Shriya Saran is the prototypal New Age Indian actress, who is beautiful, aggressive and bold. She is one of the arch ladies of South Indian Cinema, and is a accepted name in North India, post-'Sivaji The Boss'.
Shriya Saran (born September 11, 1982) is an Indian blur actress. She began her career acting in music videos, while additionally accessory an acting flat to chase her dream to act. Afterwards her admission in 2001 with Ishtam, she acquired Telugu cinema's absorption in 2002 by arena the role of Bhanu in Santhosham, her aboriginal above hit. Following the film, she appeared in several Telugu films with arresting actors, whilst, additionally authoritative in-roads in Bollywood as able-bodied as the Tamil blur industry.
In 2007, Saran became a civic amount afterwards her achievement alongside Rajinikanth in Sivaji: The Boss , afterwards which she has active several Hindi, Tamil and additionally a Hollywood film. In 2006, she is said to be the aboriginal extra to brace up with ancestor and son-in-law, Rajinikanth in the blur Sivaji: The Boss (2007) and Dhanush in the blur Thiruvilayadal Arambam (2007) respectively.
Saran performs predominantly in arch charlatan roles in high-budget and above flat films, alignment from adventurous comedies and ball to science fiction and activity thrillers. Following bartering successes with Santhosham (2002), Tagore (2003), Sivaji: The Boss (2007) is the accomplished grosser in the Indian blur history and Kanthaswamy (2009) she accustomed herself as one of the arch actresses in the South Indian blur industry. Her added above box appointment blur which accustomed her career is Nuvve Nuvve (2002), Nenunnanu (2003) and Chatrapathi (2005) which becoming her a Filmfare best extra in Telugu, Thiruvilayadal Arambam (2006), Azhagiya Tamil Magan (2007) and Kutty (2010) in Tamil, Awaarapan (2007) which becoming her Filmfare choice for best admission extra and Mission Istaanbul (2008) in Hindi and Pokkiri Raja (2010) which is her admission film in Malayalam.