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  Priya Bhavani Shankar
Priya Bhavani Shankar is an Indian Tamil television presenter and actress, known for her role in Meyaadha Maan (2017) and film Kadaikutty Singam (2018).

Priya Bhavani Shankar was born in Mayiladuthurai. Her first recognition was a Television News presenter in Tamil Puthiya Thalaimurai News Channel. She became very popular once started acting as a serial actress in Star Vijay Television Kalyanam Mudhal Kadhal Varai.

She began her career as a software engineer at Infosys, after her Bachelor's Degree in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering from B.S. Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology. After entering the media industry she did her Master of Business Administration (MBA).

Priya Bhavani Shankar is an Indian Tamil television presenter and actress, known for her role in Meyaadha Maan (2017) and film Kadaikutty Singam (2018).

Priya Bhavani Shankar was born in Mayiladuthurai. Her first recognition was a Television News presenter in Tamil Puthiya Thalaimurai News Channel. She became very popular once started acting as a serial actress in Star Vijay Television Kalyanam Mudhal Kadhal Varai.

She began her career as a software engineer at Infosys, after her Bachelor's Degree in Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering from B.S. Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology. After entering the media industry she did her Master of Business Administration (MBA).

Known For: MonsterKadaikutty Singam
 
  Tamannaah
Tamannaah Bhatia (born 21 December 1989) is an Indian film actress and model, who performs under the mononym Tamannaah and predominantly appears in Telugu and Tamil cinema. In 2005, she made her acting debut in the Bollywood film, Chand Sa Roshan Chehra, before working in the major South Indian film industries. Also in 2005, Tamannaah made her Telugu debut in Sri, and in the following year she appeared in her first Tamil film, Kedi. In 2007, she starred in two college-life-based drama films, Happy Days in Telugu and Kalloori in Tamil, which both earned her critical acclaim.

After being part of the several commercially successful films, including Padikathavan (2009), Ayan (2009), Paiyaa (2010) and Siruthai (2011), she emerged a leading contemporary actresses in Kollywood and became informally referred to as the "Queen of Kollywood". She staged a success...  See full bio

Tamannaah Bhatia (born 21 December 1989) is an Indian film actress and model, who performs under the mononym Tamannaah and predominantly appears in Telugu and Tamil cinema. In 2005, she made her acting debut in the Bollywood film, Chand Sa Roshan Chehra, before working in the major South Indian film industries. Also in 2005, Tamannaah made her Telugu debut in Sri, and in the following year she appeared in her first Tamil film, Kedi. In 2007, she starred in two college-life-based drama films, Happy Days in Telugu and Kalloori in Tamil, which both earned her critical acclaim.

After being part of the several commercially successful films, including Padikathavan (2009), Ayan (2009), Paiyaa (2010) and Siruthai (2011), she emerged a leading contemporary actresses in Kollywood and became informally referred to as the "Queen of Kollywood". She staged a successful comeback in Tollywood in 2011 with the romance film 100% Love (2011), which won her several accolades. She subsequently became signed up for several high-profile projects thereafter like Oosaravelli (2011). With Rachcha (2012), she eventually established herself as one of Tollywood's leading contemporary actresses.

Tamannaah was born on 21 December 1989 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India, to Santosh and Rajani Bhatia and she has an elder brother, Anand. Her father is a financial consultant. She is of Sindhi descent. She did her schooling in Maneckji Cooper Educational Trust School, Juhu, Mumbai whilst she is currently pursuing a BA degree at National College, Mumbai through distance education. She later changed her screen name for numerological reasons, varying it slightly to Tamannaah. She has been working since the age of 13 since she was spotted at her school’s annual day function and offered the lead role which she took up. She also appeared in the music video of "Lafzon Mein Keh Na Saku" by Abhijeet Sawant, the winner of the first Indian Idol.

Tamannaah started her acting career in 2005, essaying the female lead role in Chand Sa Roshan Chehra, her only Hindi film to date. The same year, she debuted in Telugu cinema in Sri, playing the leading female role opposite Manoj Kumar. In 2006, she made her debut in the Tamil film industry in Kedi, produced by A. M. Rathnam, along with Ravi Krishna and another newcomer, Ileana D'Cruz. In 2007, she had three releases. After her role in the unsuccessful Vyapari, Tamannaah rose to popularity with the Sekhar Kammula-directed Telugu film Happy Days which received positive reviews and became her first major box office success. Her next release was the Tamil drama film Kalloori, directed by Balaji Sakthivel, that won her accolades and critical acclaim in Tamil as well. In 2008, Tamannaah again had three releases, appearing only in cameo roles in two of them.

In 2009, she received box office success with Padikathavan, with Dhanush. Her next release was a Telugu movie Konchem Ishtam Konchem Kashtam opposite Siddharth. It became a success and she was praised for her refreshing performance. Her next film was Ananda Tandavam, which sank without a trace although her performance was praised by critics. Her next Tamil film Ayan alongside Suriya became a huge blockbuster and made her a leading star in the Tamil film industry. Her successive release Kandein Kadhalai, which was a remake of the 2007 Hindi blockbuster Jab We Met, was considered a moderate success. She did the role originally played by Kareena Kapoor and was praised by critics for her performance.

Her first 2010 release was Lingusamy's romantic-action flick Paiyaa co-starring Karthi, which went on to become a blockbuster. Tamannaah's chemistry with Karthi in the film was widely praised. Her next release was Sura opposite Vijay. The film opened to negative reviews and became a disaster. Her performance was panned by critics. Her next release was Thillalangadi with Jayam Ravi, which became an above average grosser, but her performance was praised. Her success in Tamil films during 2009 and 2010 established her as the numero uno actress in Kollywood at the time.

Tamannaah appeared in six films in 2011, five of which featured her in a starring role. Her first release was the Tamil action film, Siruthai, which was the remake of the Tollywood blockbuster Vikramarkudu and was her second film alongside Karthi. The film becoming a blockbuster, although her character was received poorly by critics, with a reviewer citing that she offered "little more than arm-candy". Her next release was her first Telugu release after two years, the highly successful romantic comedy 100% Love (2011) with Naga Chaitanya, which fetched positive reviews from both critics and viewers. Tamannaah won the CineMAA Award for Best Actress, besides receiving nominations at various award ceremonies. She was next seen in the Telugu historical masala film Badhrinaadh (2011) opposite Allu Arjun that became a critical and commercial failure, which was followed by a Tamil action-masala film again, Hari's Venghai (2011), where she acted alongside Dhanush for the second time in her career. The film was not well received, however critics lauded her performance. Her final release of 2011 was Oosaravelli, starring Jr. NTR, which failed at the box office. Her first film in 2012 was the Ram Charan Teja starrer Rachaa, which became a huge blockbuster. Rachaa's success established her as one of the leading and in-demand actresses in Tollywood. Her latest release Endhukante Premanta featuring her opposite Ram, opened to average reviews.

Her upcoming films portray her in lead role opposite Prabhas in Rebel, and Pawan Kalyan in Cameraman Ganga Tho Rambabu. She is also set to star in her second Hindi film, Himmatwala opposite Ajay Devgn. She recently signed Bhale Thammudu, remake of 2012 Tamil hit Vettai, opposite Naga Chaitanya which is scheduled for 2013.

 
  Sonarika Bhadoria
Sonarika Bhadoria  is noted for her portrayal of Goddess Parvati & Adi Shakti in the TV show Devon Ke Dev - Mahadev that airs on Life OK.

Sonarika hails from a Rajput family. Her father is in the construction business whereas her mother is a homemaker. She is basically From Lucknow.She also has a younger brother named Harsh Bhadoria. 

Sonarika debuted in the television show Tum Dena Saath Mera that aired on Life OK in 2011.Before that she was to play the lead role in Rajan Shahi\\\'s untitled serial which never happened. After Tum Dena Saath Mera she was cast in the show Devon Ke Dev – Mahadev as Parvati. She got immense fame and popularity for the portrayal of Goddes Parvati/ Adishakti as well as Durga and Mahakali.

Sonarika Bhadoria  is noted for her portrayal of Goddess Parvati & Adi Shakti in the TV show Devon Ke Dev - Mahadev that airs on Life OK.

Sonarika hails from a Rajput family. Her father is in the construction business whereas her mother is a homemaker. She is basically From Lucknow.She also has a younger brother named Harsh Bhadoria. 

Sonarika debuted in the television show Tum Dena Saath Mera that aired on Life OK in 2011.Before that she was to play the lead role in Rajan Shahi\\\'s untitled serial which never happened. After Tum Dena Saath Mera she was cast in the show Devon Ke Dev – Mahadev as Parvati. She got immense fame and popularity for the portrayal of Goddes Parvati/ Adishakti as well as Durga and Mahakali.

Known For: Indrajith
 
  Chitrashi Rawat
Chitrashi Rawat is an ex hockey player , a television presenter and a film actress. We all recognize her as Komal Chautala of 'Chak De India' or Jwalamukhi Chautala of comic series FIR on Sab TV. Chitrashi has represented India in hockey. She played for Uttarakhand since she was 17. Born on 29th November 1989 in Raipur, Uttarakhand, she is currenty persuing a bachelors degree in mass media from St. Andrew. Her father is TS Rawat. She did schooling from Guru Nanak Academy. She originates from Dehradun.

Chitrashi had a liking towards hockey since her childhood. She started playing hockey for Uttarakhand when she was just 17. She played as a left striker. She was chosen to be one of the girl in Indian hockey team for the film 'Chak De India' when she gave an audition in Jabalpur. The film was a huge hit and Chitrashi came into a limelight...  See full bio

Chitrashi Rawat is an ex hockey player , a television presenter and a film actress. We all recognize her as Komal Chautala of 'Chak De India' or Jwalamukhi Chautala of comic series FIR on Sab TV. Chitrashi has represented India in hockey. She played for Uttarakhand since she was 17. Born on 29th November 1989 in Raipur, Uttarakhand, she is currenty persuing a bachelors degree in mass media from St. Andrew. Her father is TS Rawat. She did schooling from Guru Nanak Academy. She originates from Dehradun.

Chitrashi had a liking towards hockey since her childhood. She started playing hockey for Uttarakhand when she was just 17. She played as a left striker. She was chosen to be one of the girl in Indian hockey team for the film 'Chak De India' when she gave an audition in Jabalpur. The film was a huge hit and Chitrashi came into a limelight. The movie brought her many awards. Again , she starred in Madhur Bhandarkar's 'Fashion' which also was a success at the box office.

Chitrashi then appeared as a main lead in the movie 'Luck' starring Imran Khan and Sanjay Dutt. The film performed average at the box office but received a critical acclaim. She was next seen in 'Yeh dooriyan' and 'Tere Naal Love Ho Gaya'. She has done a commercial advertisement for Minute Maid Pulpy Orange along with Sagarika Ghatge and Vidya Malvade. She also hosts a show Star Gold's Sabse Favorite Kaun. She took part in a comedy reality show, Comedy Circus 2 and Iss Jungle Se Mujhe Bachao.

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  Misha Ghoshal
Misha Ghoshal is an Indian actress who has appeared in Tamil films. After making her debut in the bilingual 180 (2011), she has appeared in ventures including A. R. Murugadoss's 7aum Arivu and Atlee's Raja Rani.

Misha Ghoshal began her acting career, with performances in theatre, She acted in Naan Mahaan Alla (2010) as a friend to Kajal Aggarwal before being signed up to play a supporting role in the bilingual 180 (2011) and then in A. R. Murugadoss's 7aum Arivu (2011), where she played a scientist alongside Suriya and Shruti Haasan. She was next seen in supporting roles in Myshkin's Mugamoodi and then Ishtam. She has also appeared in Raja Rani as Madhu, a friend of Nayantara's character and in Vanakkam Chennai.

In 2013, she featured in the lead role in a short film titled Akku directed by Immanuel Prakash.

Misha Ghoshal is an Indian actress who has appeared in Tamil films. After making her debut in the bilingual 180 (2011), she has appeared in ventures including A. R. Murugadoss's 7aum Arivu and Atlee's Raja Rani.

Misha Ghoshal began her acting career, with performances in theatre, She acted in Naan Mahaan Alla (2010) as a friend to Kajal Aggarwal before being signed up to play a supporting role in the bilingual 180 (2011) and then in A. R. Murugadoss's 7aum Arivu (2011), where she played a scientist alongside Suriya and Shruti Haasan. She was next seen in supporting roles in Myshkin's Mugamoodi and then Ishtam. She has also appeared in Raja Rani as Madhu, a friend of Nayantara's character and in Vanakkam Chennai.

In 2013, she featured in the lead role in a short film titled Akku directed by Immanuel Prakash.

 
  Amit Bhargav
Amit Bhargav is an Indian actor who has appeared in films and television shows in Tamil, Kannada, and Hindi. He became popular for his role in the Kannada television series Seethe in which he played Lord Rama.  He was noted for his short role in Abhishek Verman's 2 States (2014). He has been starring in the Tamil television series Kalyanam Mudhal Kadhal Varai as the lead character Arjun since 2014 and later went on to perform supporting roles in other Tamil films, including Yennai Arindhaal (2015) and Miruthan (2016). He has also voiced for characters in both Kannada and Tamil productions.

Amit Bhargav is an Indian actor who has appeared in films and television shows in Tamil, Kannada, and Hindi. He became popular for his role in the Kannada television series Seethe in which he played Lord Rama.  He was noted for his short role in Abhishek Verman's 2 States (2014). He has been starring in the Tamil television series Kalyanam Mudhal Kadhal Varai as the lead character Arjun since 2014 and later went on to perform supporting roles in other Tamil films, including Yennai Arindhaal (2015) and Miruthan (2016). He has also voiced for characters in both Kannada and Tamil productions.

 
  Dhansika
Dhansika is an Indian film actress who has appeared in Tamil films. After making her debut in Peranmai, she has since appeared in medium budget films. Her first movie appearance being a supporting role in the film titled Thirudi. Her native is Thanjavur and her mother tongue is Tamil.

Dhansika is an Indian film actress who has appeared in Tamil films. After making her debut in Peranmai, she has since appeared in medium budget films. Her first movie appearance being a supporting role in the film titled Thirudi. Her native is Thanjavur and her mother tongue is Tamil.

 
  Sai Dhanshika
Sai Dhanshika is an Indian film actress, who predominantly appears in Tamil films. Her notable films include Peranmai (2009), Aravaan (2012), Paradesi (2013) and Kabali (2016).

Sai Dhanshika is an Indian film actress, who predominantly appears in Tamil films. Her notable films include Peranmai (2009), Aravaan (2012), Paradesi (2013) and Kabali (2016).

Known For: SangudevanIruttuUchakattam
 
  Ashok Selvan
Ashok Selvan is a Tamil film actor. He made his breakthrough playing one of the lead roles in Soodhu Kavvum (2013), before gaining critical acclaim for his performances in C. V. Kumar's productions Pizza 2: The Villa and Thegidi (2014).

Ashok was born on 8 November 1989 in Erode, Tamil Nadu, India. He moved to Chennai aged three, and completed his schooling at Santhome Higher Secondary School, Chennai before graduating in Visual Communications from Loyola College of Arts and Science, Chennai. During college, Ashok Selvan participated in short films, completing a dozen short films as an actor as well as directing a few including Green, which won Best Film at the 2012 International Tamil Thoth Conference held in Singapore.


After graduating from college, Ashok sought opportunities in films as an actor and auditioned for roles including i...  See full bio

Ashok Selvan is a Tamil film actor. He made his breakthrough playing one of the lead roles in Soodhu Kavvum (2013), before gaining critical acclaim for his performances in C. V. Kumar's productions Pizza 2: The Villa and Thegidi (2014).

Ashok was born on 8 November 1989 in Erode, Tamil Nadu, India. He moved to Chennai aged three, and completed his schooling at Santhome Higher Secondary School, Chennai before graduating in Visual Communications from Loyola College of Arts and Science, Chennai. During college, Ashok Selvan participated in short films, completing a dozen short films as an actor as well as directing a few including Green, which won Best Film at the 2012 International Tamil Thoth Conference held in Singapore.


After graduating from college, Ashok sought opportunities in films as an actor and auditioned for roles including in Prakash Raj's production Inidhu Inidhu and Bharat Bala's 19th Step but was rejected. During the period, he applied to work as an assistant director to AR Murugadoss and was given the opportunity to feature in a few scenes as Suriya's friend in the director's venture 7aam Arivu, though his scenes did not make the final version. He was also featured in the title card of Chakri Toleti's Billa 2, with a childhood picture of Ashok Selvan used to represent a younger version of Ajith Kumar's titular character. He then also auditioned unsuccessfully for a role in Pizza, before Nalan Kumarasamy offered him the role of Kesavan in his black comedy film, Soodhu Kavvum (2013) after seeing him in a commercial. Featuring alongside an ensemble cast including Vijay Sethupathi, Bobby Simha and Sanchita Shetty, Soodhu Kavvum became a commercial success, with Ashok being described as "fantastic" in his role of an unemployed graduate.


He was then selected to replace Vaibhav Reddy in Deepan Chakravarthy's psychological thriller Pizza II: Villa, a second film in C. V. Kumar's Pizza franchise. Portraying an English novel writer in the film, the film told the story of eerie happenings in a villa owned by Ashok's character. In order to portray the role of a 30 year old writer, he gained weight and grew his hair within two weeks. The film opened to positive reviews and above average box office collections, with a critic noting that "Ashok delivers an outstanding performance". He collaborated with C. V. Kumar again in his third film, Thegidi, a murder mystery story directed by another newcomer Ramesh. Portraying a detective, Ashok featured opposite Janani Iyer, and won positive reviews for his acting in the film. A critic from Sify.com noted he "is subtle and conveys a lot through his body language and pleasing face", while another reviewer wrote "he seems to be quite proficient". He's currently working on the comedy Savaale Samaali and two other projects.

 
  Sharmiela Mandre
Sharmiela Mandre is an Indian actress who mainly appears in Kannada films. She started her film career through the Kannada film Sajni, opposite Dhyan and had her first commercial success with the film Krishna opposite Ganesh.  Her other hit films include Navagraha (2008), Venkata in Sankata (2009) and Swayamvara (2010), having done so she has established herself as a leading contemporary actress in Kannada cinema. 

In 2012 she debuted in Tamil with the film Mirattal and got accolades for her performance in the film which was a remake of the telugu hit film Dhee. 

She immediately went on to sign her first telugu film Kevvu Keka opposite Comedy star Allari Naresh. In 2013, she changed her name from Sharmila to Sharmiela.

Sharmiela Mandre is an Indian actress who mainly appears in Kannada films. She started her film career through the Kannada film Sajni, opposite Dhyan and had her first commercial success with the film Krishna opposite Ganesh.  Her other hit films include Navagraha (2008), Venkata in Sankata (2009) and Swayamvara (2010), having done so she has established herself as a leading contemporary actress in Kannada cinema. 

In 2012 she debuted in Tamil with the film Mirattal and got accolades for her performance in the film which was a remake of the telugu hit film Dhee. 

She immediately went on to sign her first telugu film Kevvu Keka opposite Comedy star Allari Naresh. In 2013, she changed her name from Sharmila to Sharmiela.

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