|Residence||Hyderabad, Telangana, India|
|Occupation||TV anchor, TV presenter, actress|
Anasuya Bharadwaj is an Indian television presenter and actress.She is a film actor who works predominantly in Telugu cinema and Telugu Television shows. She received IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actress in Female in Telugu in 2017 for her role in the movie Kshanam. She also received SIIMA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in 2017 for her role in the movie Kshanam.
Bharadwaj received her MBA (Master of Business Administration) from Badruka College in 2008, after which she worked as an HR executive. Refusing a lot of early movie offers, she worked as a TV anchor for Sakshi TV.
After working as a news presenter for Sakshi TV, Bharadwaj appeared as a TV anchor on Jabardasth, a comedy show. The show elevated her career. After this, she got an opportunity to act in film opposite Akkineni Nagarjuna in Soggade Chinni Nayana. Later, in the same year, she made her debut with Kshanam in which she portrayed a negative lead role. As a known anchor Bharadwaj has hosted many award shows, like Zee Kutumbam Awards and Star Parivar Awards, and she has hosted Okarikokaru Awards on Zee Telugu three times. She has performed at Apsara awards function and GAMA Awards Dubai. She hosted Devi Sri Prasad's US concert. Her recent movie is Rangasthalam where she played as Rangamatta to Ram Charan.
Films that have not yet been released
|2003||Naaga||Law Student||D.K Suresh||Telugu||Debut film|
|2016||Soggade Chinni Nayana||Bujji||Kalyan Krishna Kurasala||Telugu|
|Kshanam||ACP Jaya||Ravikanth Perepu||Telugu||IIFA Awards for Best Supporting Actress in Female - Telugu|
|2017||Winner||Anasuya||Gopichand Malineni||Telugu||Special appearance in the song "Suya Suya Anasuya"|
|Rangasthalam||Rangamma||Sukumar||Telugu||Nominated - Zee Cinema Awards For Best Supporting actress Female - Telugu|
|2019||F2 - Fun and Frustration||Anasuya||Anil Ravipudi||Telugu||Extended Cameo|
|Sachindire Gorre||Kavya||Brahma Teja||Telugu|
|Yatra||Gowru Charitha Reddy||Mahi V. Raghav||Telugu|
|Kadhanam||TBA||Battepati Nagendra Reddy||Telugu||Post-Production|
|Adra Macha||Samyu||Rajesh Anandan||Telugu||Filming|
|Bhale Chancule||Contestant||Telugu||Star Maa|
|Modern Mahalakshmi||Host||Telugu||Star Maa|
|One - No More Silly Games||Host||Telugu||Zee Telugu|
|2015||Konchem Touch Lo Unte Chepta||Guest||Telugu|
|2016||A Date with Anasuya||Host||Telugu||TV9|
|Dhee Jodi||Guest||Telugu||ETV Telugu|
|2017||Naa Show Naa Ishtam||Contestant||Telugu||ETV Plus|
|Star Maa Pariwar Awards||Host||Telugu||Star Maa|
|Jack Pot||Host||Telugu||Gemini TV|
|Drama Juniours Season 1||Judge||Telugu||Zee Telugu|
|Drama Juniors season 2||Judge||Telugu|
|Meelo Evaru Koteeswarudu||contestant||Telugu||Star Maa|
|Comedy Nights||Guest||Telugu||Zee Telugu|
|Drama Juniours Season 3||Judge||Telugu|
|Katha Screenplay Darsakatvam Appalaraju|
|Routine Love Story|
|Yedalo Cheragani Gurutulu|
|Mirchi Lanti Kurradu|
|Ee Varsham Sakshiga|
|Cinema Choopistha Mava|
|Courier Boy Kalyan|
|Bhale Bhale Magadivoy|
|Paddanandi Premalo Mari|
|Mama Manchu Alludu Kanchu|
|2017||Jai Lava Kusa|
Awards and nominations
|2017||IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actress in Female - Telugu||Kshanam||Won|
|SIIMA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role|
- "Anasuya's Husband Into Films?". The Hans India. Retrieved 25 December 2017.
- "Anchor Anasuya controversial comments on Pawan Kalyan". sakshipost.com. 8 October 2013. Archived from the original on 11 October 2013.
- "IIFA Utsavam 2017 Telugu nomination list: Janatha Garage, Oopiri get most nods". ibtimeauthor=Shekhar Hooli. Retrieved 14 March 2017.
- Shkhar Hooli. "SIIMA Awards 2017 Telugu winners list: Jr NTR and Rakul Preet Singh declared best actors". ibtimes. Retrieved 2 July 2017.
- Karthik Pasupulate (2 November 2014). "How Anasuya became a TV anchor by chance". The Times of India. TNN.
- Suresh Kavirayani (16 April 2017). "Anasuya Bharadwaj to play a key role". Deccan Chronicle.
- Sunitha Chowdhary. "In her own SPACE". The Hindu. Retrieved 22 March 2018.
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