Shriya Saran filmography

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Shriya Saran, with her right hand on hip, posing for the camera.
Shriya Saran at the launch of Sula's Vinoteca in 2012.

Shriya Saran is an Indian actress and model who has acted mostly in Telugu, Tamil and Hindi language films. She made her acting debut with the Telugu film Ishtam (2001) and had her first commercial success with Santosham (2002).[1][2] The following year, she made her Hindi cinema debut with a supporting role in Tujhe Meri Kasam, alongside Ritesh Deshmukh and Genelia D'Souza.[3] It was followed by the commercially successful crime drama Tagore (2003), in which she was paired opposite Chiranjeevi.[4] The same year, she played a supporting role in the Tamil-Telugu bilingual film Enakku 20 Unakku 18,[a] which marked her debut in Tamil cinema.[3] In 2005, she had ten releases including Mazhai, S. S. Rajamouli's Chhatrapati, and Mogudu Pellam O Dongodu, in which she was among the only three characters of the film.[5] Saran's solitary release as a lead actress in 2006 was the Tamil film Thiruvilaiyaadal Aarambam.

In 2007, Saran was paired opposite Rajinikanth in S. Shankar's Sivaji.[3] It was the most expensive film in Indian cinema and went on to become the highest grossing Tamil film to that point.[6][7][8] The same year, she made a comeback to Hindi cinema with Mohit Suri's Awarapan, where she played a Muslim woman.[9] Following that, she made her American cinema debut with James Dodson's The Other End of the Line (2008),[3] in which she played an Indian woman who works in a call centre.[10] Her subsequent releases include the Tamil films Kanthaswamy (2009) and Kutty (2010), and Pokkiri Raja (2010), which marked her debut in Malayalam cinema.[11] In 2012, she starred in Deepa Mehta's Midnight's Children, an English adaptation of Salman Rushdie's novel of the same name. The following years, she played a princess in Roopa Iyer's period fantasy drama Chandra; the film was shot simultaneously in Kannada and Tamil.[12] In 2014, she played dual roles in the Telugu drama film Manam. Saran received critical acclaim for her performance and was nominated for the Best Supporting Actress – Telugu Award at the 62nd Filmfare Awards South.[13][14] The following year, she appeared opposite Ajay Devgan in Drishyam, the Hindi remake of the Malayalam film of the same name, which became a box office success.[15]

Films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role(s) Director Language Notes Refs.
2001 Ishtam Neha Vikram Kumar Telugu [16]
[17]
2002 Santosham Bhanu K. Dasarath Telugu [18]
[19]
2002 Chennakeshava Reddy Preethi V. V. Vinayak Telugu [20]
2002 Nuvve Nuvve Anjali Trivikram Srinivas Telugu [21]
2003 Tujhe Meri Kasam Girija K. Vijaya Bhaskar Hindi [22]
2003 Neeku Nenu Naaku Nuvvu Sitalakshmi Raja Sekhar Telugu [23]
2003 Tagore Devaki V. V. Vinayak Telugu [4]
[24]
2003 Ela Cheppanu Priya B. V. Ramana Telugu [25]
2003 Nee Manasu Naaku Telusu Reshma Jyothi Krishna Telugu Telugu-Tamil bilingual [26]
[27]
[28]
Enakku 20 Unakku 18 Tamil
2004 Nenunnanu Anu V. N. Aditya Telugu [29]
2004 Thoda Tum Badlo Thoda Hum Rani Esmayeel Shroff Hindi [30]
2004 Arjun Roopa Gunasekhar Telugu [31]
2004 Shukriya: Till Death Do Us Apart Sanam K. Jindal Anupam Sinha Hindi [32]
2005 Balu ABCDEFG Anu A. Karunakaran Telugu [33]
[34]
2005 Naa Alludu Meghana Vara Mullapudi Telugu [35]
2005 Sada Mee Sevalo Suryakantham Neelakanta Telugu [36]
2005 Soggadu Herself Ravi Babu Telugu Special appearance [37]
2005 Subhash Chandra Bose Svarajyam K. Raghavendra Rao Telugu [38]
2005 Mogudu Pellam O Dongodu Satyabhama Venky Telugu [5]
2005 Mazhai Shylaja Raj Kumar Tamil [39]
2005 Chatrapathi Neelu S. S. Rajamouli Telugu [40]
2005 Bhageeratha Swathi Rasool Ellore Telugu [41]
2005 Bommalata Swathi Prakash Kovelamudi Telugu Cameo appearance [42]
2006 Devadasu YVS Chowdary Telugu Special appearance [43]
2006 Game Ramprasad Telugu Special appearance [44]
2006 Boss, I Love You Sanjana V. N. Aditya Telugu Special appearance [45]
2006 Thiruvilaiyaadal Aarambam Priya Boopathy Pandian Tamil [46]
2007 Munna Vamsi Paidipally Telugu Special appearance in the song "Chammakkuro" [47]
2007 Arasu Ankita Mahesh Babu Kannada Cameo appearance [48]
[49]
2007 Sivaji Thamizhselvi S. Shankar Tamil Nominated—Vijay Award for Favourite Heroine [50]
2007 Awarapan Aliya Mohit Suri Hindi [51]
2007 Tulasi Boyapati Srinu Telugu Special appearance in the song "Ne Chuk Chuk Bandini" [52]
2007 Azhagiya Tamil Magan Abhinaya Bharathan Tamil [53]
2008 Indiralohathil Na Azhagappan Thambi Ramaiah Tamil Special appearance in the song "Mallika Sherawata? Marilyn Monroe va?" [54]
2008 Mission Istaanbul Anjali Sagar Apoorva Lakhia Hindi [55]
2008 The Other End of the Line Priya Sethi James Dodson English [56]
2009 Ek: The Power of One Preet Sangeeth Sivan Hindi [57]
2009 Thoranai Indhu Saba Ayyappan Tamil Tamil-Telugu bilingual [58]
Pistha Telugu
2009 Kanthaswamy Subbulakshmi Susi Ganeshan Tamil Nominated—Vijay Award for Favourite Heroine [59]
2009 Cooking with Stella Tannu Dilip Mehta English [60]
2010 Kutty Geetha Mithran Jawahar Tamil [61]
2010 Jaggubhai Monisha Jagannathan K. S. Ravikumar Tamil [62]
2010 Na Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke Rahul Aggarwal Hindi Special appearance [63]
2010 Pokkiri Raja Aswathy Vysakh Malayalam [64]
2010 Don Seenu Deepti Gopichand Malineni Telugu [65]
2010 Puli S. J. Surya Telugu Special appearance in the song "Dochey" [66]
2010 Uthamaputhiran Kalpana Mithran Jawahar Tamil Guest appearance [67]
2010 Chikku Bukku Anu K. Manigandan Tamil [68]
2011 Rowthiram Priya Gokul Tamil ITFA Best Actress Award [69]
[70]
2011 Rajapattai Suseenthiran Tamil Special appearance in the song "Laddu Laddu Rendu Laddu" [71]
2012 Casanovva Sameera Zacharia Rosshan Andrrews Malayalam [72]
2012 Gali Gali Mein Chor Hai Nisha Rumi Jaffrey Hindi [73]
2012 Nuvva Nena Nandini P. Narayana Telugu [74]
2012 Life is Beautiful Paro Sekhar Kammula Telugu [75]
2012 Midnight's Children Parvati Deepa Mehta English [76]
2013 Zila Ghaziabad Anand Kumar Hindi Special appearance in the song "Chamiya No.1" [77]
[78]
2013 Pavitra Pavitra Janardhan Maharshi Telugu [79]
2013 Chandra Ammanmani Chandravathy Roopa Iyer Kannada Kannada-Tamil bilingual [80]
[81]
2014 Chandra Tamil
2014 Manam Rama Lakshmi, Anjali Vikram Kumar Telugu Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Telugu [82]
[83]
2015 Gopala Gopala Meenakshi Kishore Kumar Pardasany Telugu [84]
2015 Drishyam Nandini Salgaonkar Nishikant Kamat Hindi [85]
2016 Oopiri Priya Vamsi Paidipally Telugu Cameo appearance
Telugu-Tamil bilingual
[86]
Thozha Tamil
2017 Gautamiputra Satakarni Vashishtha Devi Krish Telugu [87]
2017 Anbanavan Asaradhavan Adangadhavan Selvi Adhik Ravichandran Tamil [88]
2017 Nakshathram Herself Krishna Vamsi Telugu Special appearance in the song "Time Ledu Guru" [89]
2017 Paisa Vasool Sarika Puri Jagannadh Telugu [90]
2017 Tadka dagger Madhura Prakash Raj Hindi Filming [91]
2017 Naragasooran dagger TBA Karthick Naren Tamil Filming [92]
2017 Veera Bhoga Vasantha Rayalu dagger TBA Indrasena R. Telugu Filming [93]

Notes

  1. ^ The Telugu version was titled as Nee Manasu Naaku Telusu.

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