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Shraddha Das at Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji music launch
March 4, 1987 |
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Shraddha Das (born March 4, 1987) is an Indian film actress who has mainly appeared in Telugu films.
Shraddha Das was born in Mumbai, Maharashtra to Bengali parents. Her father is a businessman, who hails from Purulia, her mother is a housewife. She was brought up in Mumbai, where she completed her studies. Shraddha graduated from University of Mumbai at SIES College of Commerce and Economics with a Bachelor of Mass Media degree in journalism.
Shraddha Das made her acting debut in 2008 with the Telugu film Sidhu from Srikakulam. She thereafter starred in a number of Telugu films, including Target, 18, 20 Love Story, Diary and Adhineta, which all proved to be critically and commercially unsuccessful.
She played the female lead in Adhineta, her sixth film in Telugu with hero Jagapati Babu and director Samudra. She played the other female lead in the remake of Maro Charitra produced by Dil Raju, opposite Varun Sandesh. She then landed a lead role in Sai Om Films' maiden venture Lahore, directed by Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan. Shraddha played a Pakistani character in the film, cast opposite Aanaahad, and received critical acclaim for her performance. The film was released in March 2010 and won awards at the 42nd WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival. Due to her appearances in the sequels of Arya (Arya 2), Mantra (Diary) and Chandramukhi (Nagavalli), Shraddha Das has acquired the nickname "sequel queen". In her upcoming venture, Rey, she plays an American pop singer. She is also working on two Bollywood films — Lucky Kabootar and Chai Shai Biscuit. She will be making her Bengali debut with The Royal Bengal Tiger.
|2008||Siddu From Sikakulam||Nisha||Telugu|
|18, 20 Love Story||Bharathi||Telugu|
|2011||Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji||Gungun Sarkar||Hindi|
|2012||Hosa Prema Purana||Sanjana||Kannada|
|Chai Shai Biscuits||Hindi||Filming|
|The Royal Bengal Tiger||Bengali||Filming|
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