Shriya Saran

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Birth Name: Shriya Saran
DOB: 11 January 1982
Status – Single
Debut movie: Tujhe Meri Kasam (2003)
Ishtam in 2001 is her Telugu debut
Famous pairing: With Rajnikant in Sivaji:The Boss in 2007
Marriages: none
Most remembered for: NOT being kissed by Emraan Hashmi in Awarapan, her innocence

Shriya Saran Biography:

Shriya is a young actress who has done several Tamil and Telugu movies and made a splash into Bollywood with 2007’s Awarapan in which she was paired opposite Emraan Hashmi as his true love. Her innocence and restrained performance won her rave reviews. She also made waves with her performance in Sivaji opposite veteran superstar Rajnikant in 2006.
Sjriya is a very stubborn girl who believes in hard work. She wanted to be a Kathak dancer but destiny had other plans. She is famously close to her family and loves to hang out with her friends. Shriya, which means Goddess Lakshmi, was born and brough up in Haridwar and has recently moved to Lokhandwala, Mumbai where she stays with her parents. She has one elder brother who got married recently. Her mother is a chemistry teacher and her father works at Bharat heavy Metal Works. Since Hindi is her mother tongue, she found it hard to learn Tamil and Telugu.
Shreya is establishing herself as a multilingual actress. After Tamil, Telugu and hindi movies, she is acting in Ashok Amritraj’s Hollywood production, The Other End of The Line with Jesse Metcalfe of Desparate Housewives fame. Her next Bollywood release is the multi-starrer thriller Mission Istanbul, directed by Apoorva Lakhia. The film also stars Zayed Khan and Vivek Oberoi.


Actors: Rajnikant, Amitabh Bachchan and SRK
Actress:Madhubala and Madhuri Dixit
Book: Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell.

Causes: She is an active member of Save a Child’s Heart (SACH), Naandi Organisation and active supporter of UNICEF activities.

Shriya Saran Filmography:

  • Gali Gali Chor Hai  (3 Feb 2012)
  • Zila Ghaziabad  (2012)
  • Na Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke  (12 Mar 2010)
  • Ek – The Power of One  (27 Mar 2009)
  • Mission Istaanbul  (25 Jul 2008)
  • Awarapan  (29 Jun 2007)
  • Sivaji: The Boss  (15 Jun 2007)
  • Thoda Tum Badlo Thoda Hum  (2 Jul 2004)
  • Tujhe Meri Kasam  (3 Jan 2003)