Shruti Haasan filmography

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Shruti Haasan at a press meet for Gabbar Is Back (2015)

Shruti Haasan is an Indian film actress, composer and playback singer who works in Telugu, Hindi, and Tamil cinema. Born into the prominent Haasan family, she is the daughter of actors Kamal Haasan and Sarika.[1] Shruti Haasan started her career as a playback singer at the age of six in the 1992 Tamil film Thevar Magan.[2] She later made a cameo appearance in her father's Tamil-Hindi bilingual directorial Hey Ram (2000).[3] Haasan's first major appearance was in Soham Shah's Hindi film Luck (2009), in which she played a dual role of a woman avenging her twin sister's death.[4] She played the female lead in the films Anaganaga O Dheerudu and 7aum Arivu; both were released in 2011 and together earned her the Best Female Debut – South at the 59th Filmfare Awards South ceremony.[5] Her subsequent releases Oh My Friend (2011) and 3 (2012) were commercially unsuccessful.[6][7] The latter earned her a nomination for the Best Actress – Tamil at the 60th Filmfare Awards South ceremony.[8] A turning point came in Hassan's career with Harish Shankar's commercially successful Telugu film Gabbar Singh (2012).[9] The release was followed by a series of successful films such as Balupu (2013) and Yevadu (2014).[10][11] She received her first Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu for her performance in Race Gurram (2014).[12]

In 2015, Haasan played the female lead in five films: Gabbar Is Back and Welcome Back in Hindi, Srimanthudu in Telugu, and Puli and Vedalam in Tamil. Except Puli, the rest of the releases achieved commercial success.[13][14][15] She earned a nomination for the Best Actress – Telugu award at the 63rd Filmfare Awards South ceremony for her performance in Srimanthudu.[16] The following year, she had two releases: Rocky Handsome and Premam. The latter, a Telugu remake of the 2015 Malayalam-language film of the same name, drew criticism for Haasan's casting before its release.[17][18] She played the role of a young college lecturer with a slightly stern approach towards her students.[19] The remake gained positive critical reception,[20] and earned average returns.[21] Her Tamil film Si3 had a delayed theatrical release in 2017; it was a commercial success.[22]

Filmography

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title[a] Year Role(s) Director Language(s) Notes Ref.
Hey Ram 2000 Haasan, KamalKamal Haasan Tamil Cameo appearance [3]
Hindi
Luck 2009 Ayesha, Natasha[b] Shah, SohamSoham Shah Hindi [4]
Anaganaga O Dheerudu 2011 Priya Kovelamudi, PrakashPrakash Kovelamudi Telugu Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South [5]
[23]
Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji 2011 Narang, NikkiNikki Narang Bhandarkar, MadhurMadhur Bhandarkar Hindi [24]
7aum Arivu 2011 Srinivasan, SubhaSubha Srinivasan Murugadoss, ARAR Murugadoss Tamil Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South [5]
[25]
Oh My Friend 2011 Siri Sree Raam, VenuVenu Sree Raam Telugu [26]
3 2012 Janani R. Dhanush, AishwaryaAishwarya R. Dhanush Tamil Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Tamil [8]
[27]
Gabbar Singh 2012 Bhagyalakshmi Shankar, HarishHarish Shankar Telugu [28]
Balupu 2013 Shruti Malineni, GopichandGopichand Malineni Telugu [29]
Ramaiya Vastavaiya 2013 Sona Deva, PrabhuPrabhu Deva Hindi [30]
D-Day 2013 Suraiya Advani, NikhilNikhil Advani Hindi [31]
Ramayya Vasthavayya 2013 Ammulu Shankar, HarishHarish Shankar Telugu [32]
[33]
Yevadu 2014 Manju Paidipally, VamsiVamsi Paidipally Telugu [34]
Race Gurram 2014 Spandana Reddy, SurenderSurender Reddy Telugu Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu [12]
[35]
Aagadu 2014 Vaitla, SrinuSrinu Vaitla Telugu Special appearance in the song "Junction Lo" [36]
Poojai 2014 Divya Hari Tamil [37]
Tevar 2015 Sharma, AmitAmit Sharma Hindi Special appearance in the song "Madamiyan" [38]
Gabbar Is Back 2015 Shruti Krish Hindi [39]
Srimanthudu 2015 Charuseela Siva, KoratalaKoratala Siva Telugu Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu [16]
[40]
Welcome Back 2015 Ranjana Bazmee, AneesAnees Bazmee Hindi [41]
Puli 2015 Pavazhamalli Deven, ChimbuChimbu Deven Tamil [42]
Vedalam 2015 Swetha Siva Tamil [43]
Rocky Handsome 2016 Rukshida Kamat, NishikantNishikant Kamat Hindi [44]
Premam 2016 Sithara Mondeti, ChandooChandoo Mondeti Telugu [45]
Si3 2017 Vidhya Hari Tamil [46]
Katamarayudu 2017 Avanthika Pardasany, Kishore KumarKishore Kumar Pardasany Telugu [47]
Behen Hogi Teri 2017 Binny Pannalal, Ajay KAjay K Pannalal Hindi [48]
Sabaash Naidu Films that have not yet been released 2018 TBA Haasan, KamalKamal Haasan Tamil Filming [49]
TBA Telugu
Shabhash Kundu Films that have not yet been released TBA Hindi

Notes

  1. ^ Films are listed in the order of their release date.
  2. ^ Haasan played dual roles in the film.[4]

References

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External links

  • Shruti Haasan on IMDb
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