Shruthi Raj

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Shruthi Raj
Born 27 March 1983 (1983-03-27) (age 31)[1]
Other names Luxy, Sona,Swetty
Occupation Actress
Years active 1996 - present

Shruthi Raj is an Indian film and television actress. She acted in a few Tamil films including Kadhal Dot Com and Jerry before moving on to act in TV serials. She is known for her roles in the recent TV series Thendral and Office.

Career[edit]

It was veteran comedy actress of Malayalam film Srilata who passed on Shruti Raj’s photos which found her way to director K George, who was on the look-out for a fresh teenager to co-star with Mammootty and Khushboo in his off-beat Malayalam film ‘Elavangodu Desam’. Her next Malayalam film after she finished school was the Dilip-Preeta Vijayakumar-starrer ‘Udayapuram Sultan’. Her next film ‘Priyam’, directed by Sanal, the Kunjacko Boban-starrer, also had her sharing the frames with another heroine Deepa. Meanwhile director EVV Satyanarayana introduced her in Telugu with the film ‘Veedekkada Mugudandi’ with Venu as hero, and ‘O Chinna Daana’ with Srikant, the latter film directed by Satyababu having a 150 days run at the theaters.[2]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Language Notes
1996 maanbumigu maanavan college mate of vijay Tamil
1998 Ini Ellam Sugume Nirmala Tamil
1999 Udhayapuram Sulthan Malayalam
2001 Veedekkadi Mogudandi? Shruti Telugu
2002 O Chinadaana Divya Telugu
2004 Kadhal Dot Com Priya[3] Tamil
2005 Manthiran Abhi Tamil
2006 Jerry Janaki Tamil ἧἧἧἧἧ
2008 Iyakkam Tamil
2009 Thendral Thulasi Tamil TV series[4]
2011 Sravani Subramanyam Sravani Telugu TV series
2013 Office Raji Tamil TV series

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Sruthi-Raj/115930588425085?sk=info
  2. ^ web.archive.org/web/20030216041016/http://www.chennaionline.com/reeltalk/feb01.asp#rtalk1
  3. ^ "Kaadhal Dot Com". The Hindu. 2004-04-09. Retrieved 2013-08-28. 
  4. ^ "Thendral video goes viral on Youtube". indiatoday.intoday.in. Mar 27, 2012. Retrieved 3 January 2014. 

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