Haasan at the special screening of 'Club 60'
|Born||12 October 1991|
|Relatives||Shruti Haasan (sister)|
Suhasini Maniratnam (cousin)
Charu Haasan (uncle)
Chandra Haasan (uncle)
Anu Haasan (cousin)
|Family||See Haasan family|
Akshara Haasan is an Indian film actress who has appeared in Hindi- and Tamil-language films. The daughter of actors Kamal Haasan and Sarika Thakur, and the younger sister of Shruti Haasan, she made her film debut with the comedy drama Shamitabh (2015), and later appeared in Kadaram Kondan (2017).
Early and personal life
Akshara Haasan was born in Madras (present-day Chennai), Tamil Nadu to actors Kamal Haasan and Sarika Thakur. Shruti Haasan is her elder sister. Akshara did her schooling years in Abacus Montessori School, Montessori; Lady Andal in Chennai; Beacon High in Mumbai and completed her schooling in Indus International School, Bangalore.
Haasan has worked as an assistant director to Rahul Dholakia on the 2010 film Society, starring her mother Sarika, as well as Ram Moorthy, Uzer Khan, E. Niwas and Ruchi Narain on my many AD films in Mumbai. During her stint as an assistant director, she rejected opportunities to feature as an actress, notably turning down an offer to work in Mani Ratnam's Kadal. She also worked for her father's unreleased film, Sabaash Naidu, which had her sister Shruthi Haasan in a supporting role.
|2017||Laali Ki Shaadi Mein Laaddoo Deewana||Laali||Hindi|
|2020||Achcham Madam Naanam Payirppu||Tamil||Filming|
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