Anushka Shetty

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Anushka Shetty
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Shetty at the TeachAIDS launch press conference in Hyderabad
Born
Sweety Shetty[1]

(1981-11-07) 7 November 1981 (age 39)[2]
Alma materMount Carmel College, Bangalore
OccupationActress
Years active2005–present
Signature
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Sweety Shetty (born 7 November 1981), known by her stage name Anushka Shetty, is an Indian film actress and model who predominantly works in the Telugu and Tamil film industries. She has received several accolades, including three CineMAA Awards, a Nandi Award, TN State Film Awards and three Filmfare Awards from eight nominations. Anushka, who has appeared in over 50 films, is one of the highest-paid actresses in India[3][4] and is popularly referred as Lady Superstar of South Indian cinema.[5][6][7][8][4]

She made her acting debut with the 2005 Telugu film Super, which garnered her a Filmfare Best Supporting Actress – Telugu nomination.[9] The following year, she starred in S. S. Rajamouli's Vikramarkudu, which went to become a major commercial success. Her further releases Lakshyam (2007) and Souryam (2008), and Chintakayala Ravi (2008) were also box office successes. In 2009, Shetty played dual roles in the Telugu dark fantasy film Arundhati, which garnered her critical acclaim and several awards, including her first Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu, Nandi Award, Cinemaa Award for Best Actress. The following year, Shetty's portrayal of a prostitute in the acclaimed drama Vedam won her a second consecutive Best Actress Award from Filmfare and CineMaa Award.[10] Following the success of a series of films, she established herself as one of the leading actresses of Telugu cinema.[11]

In the 2010s, Shetty also achieved success in Tamil cinema with starring roles in the action films such as Vettaikaran (2009), Singam (2010), Singam II (2013), and Yennai Arindhaal (2015), all of which were major commercial successes. She continued to draw praise from critics with her leading performances in the dramas Vaanam (2011), Deiva Thirumagal (2011) and Size Zero (2015). She portrayed the titular Queen in the 2015 epic historical fiction Rudramadevi, which won her the third Filmfare Award for Best Actress- Telugu. Shetty's portrayal of Princess Devasena in the Baahubali series (2015–17) received widespread acclaim. While The Beginning (2015) is the seventh highest-grossing Indian film, its sequel The Conclusion (2017) is the second highest-grossing Indian film of all time and also made her the highest-paid actress in South Indian Cinema.

Early life

Sweety Shetty was born in Mangalore, Karnataka. She is an ethnic Tuluva hailing from the Bellipady Uramalu Guthu family.[12] Her parents are Prafulla and A. N. Vittal Shetty and she has two elder brothers, Gunaranjan Shetty and Sai Ramesh Shetty.[12] Anushka received her Bachelor of Computer Applications from Mount Carmel College in Bangalore. She was also a yoga instructor, trained under Bharat Thakur.[13]

Film career

Debut and initial struggle (2005–2008)

Anushka made her acting debut in Puri Jagannadh's 2005 Telugu film Super, where she featured alongside Akkineni Nagarjuna and Ayesha Takia. IndiaGlitz said "The two girls, Ayesha and Anushka, are cool and chic. Their angles and curves provide all the glamour and keep you engrossed. What about their acting? Well, they are in this film for it."[14] and Sify stated, "The sexy girls Ayesha and Anushka show off their bodies."[15] The same year, she acted in another film Maha Nandi, opposite Srihari and Sumanth. IndiaGlitz said, "Anushka looks comely ---and that is what she seems to be in for." but added, "The script has been stitched and the seams look frayed."[16] Sify stated that it "starts promisingly with a racy first half but goes awry and the tempo slackens post interval." and added, "Anushka looks ravishing thanks to Vasu’s camera which is a major plus for the film."[17]

In 2006, she had four releases, the first being S. S. Rajamouli's Vikramarkudu, where she was paired with Ravi Teja. The film went on to become very successful and got her much recognition, making her very popular in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.[18][19] Kishore of Nowrunning.com said "The high points of the movie are the flawless acting of Raviteja and the lusciousness of Anushka. Raviteja has got all the ingredients that an actor should have and Anushka has all the assets to that a woman ought to have."[20] and Sify said that Anushka "is definitely a highlight."[21]

She next starred in the film Astram, a remake of the 1999 Hindi film Sarfarosh, following which she debuted in the Tamil film industry, acting in the Sundar C.-directed action flick Rendu, sharing screen space with R. Madhavan. Later that year, she made a special appearance alongside Mega star Chiranjeevi in A. R. Murugadoss' directorial debut in Telugu, Stalin.

Her first release in 2007 was Lakshyam which was a success in box office, after which she starred in Raghava Lawrence's Don opposite Nagarjuna again. The former, in particular, succeeded at the box office.[22] In 2008 she had appeared in six films. Okka Magaadu was the first release, in which she played one of three female leads. Nandamuri Balakrishna was the actor opposite her in Okka Magaadu. Her next releases Swagatam alongside Jagapati Babu and Bhumika Chawla and Baladur opposite Ravi Teja garnered poor reviews and box office returns.[23][24] She next appeared in the film Souryam with Gopichand which became a box office hit.

Breakthrough, critical acclaim and box office success (2009–2010)

In 2009, Anushka first starred in the blockbuster hit, the fantasy film Arundhati. In this heroine-centric film, she essayed two roles for the first time.[11] It was a critical as well as commercial success. Critics heaped praise on Anushka for her performance. Idlebrain's Jeevi wrote that she was "simply amazing in two roles" and that she did "exceptionally well with subtle yet impact creating performance",[25] while Rediff claimed that she was "brilliant and breathtaking in parts", labelling Arundhati as "totally Anushka's film".[26] Sify noted that she was "at her best with great performance".[27] She went on to win the Nandi Special Jury Award[28] and the Filmfare Best Actress Award.[29] Her next film was Billa, a remake of the 2007 Tamil film of the same name. The film received mixed reviews, with Rediff stating "Anushka has a super-toned body and indulges in quite a bit of skin show" but had "nothing much to do",[30] while Sify stated "Anushka was there to show her oomph and glamour which she has done full justice".[31] Her final release in 2009 was her second Tamil feature film, the action masala film Vettaikkaran with actor Vijay and it received generally unfavourable reviews. Rediff said, "Anushka, fresh from her success with Arundhathi, has been relegated to pretty bimbette again and appears conveniently during the romantic numbers of which Oru Chinna Thamarai takes the cake."[32] and Sify said, "Anushka has nothing much to do and hence goes unnoticed."[33]

She had a string of releases in 2010. She portrayed a prostitute in Krish's anthology film Vedam which stars Allu Arjun.[34] For her performance, she won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress, her second consecutive Filmfare Award.[35] Her next Telugu film, Panchakshari, was another heroine-centric film where she again performed double roles.[34] This was followed by the action comedy Khaleja, where she starred opposite Mahesh Babu for the first time in her career, Nagavalli, the Telugu remake of the Kannada film Aptharakshaka in which she portrayed the famous role of Chandramukhi and Ragada. She also made special appearances in the movies Kedi and Thakita Thakita. However all these 2010 releases failed to make an impact at the box office.[34] Her sole Tamil release of 2010, the police story Singam co-starring Suriya was a high commercial success. Sify claimed, "Anushka is there only for glamour and songs, but does a decent job".[36] while Pavithra Srinivasan of Rediff stated, "Anushka, thankfully, has more to do than just prance around in skimpy clothes (which she does very well). She romances dutifully, but her part picks up when both she and Suriya are in Chennai, tangling with villains."[37]

Further success (2011–2016)

Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah Bhatia, Rajamouli, Karan Johar, Prabhas, Rana Daggubati at the trailer launch of the Hindi version of Baahubali 2: The Conclusion

She reprised the role she played in Vedam in its Tamil remake, Vaanam (2011). Malathi Rangarajan of The Hindu said, "Boldness and daring mark Anushka's role—the actor's eyes effectively convey joy, helplessness, agony and anger."[38] A critic from Sify wrote that "Anushka is outstanding as the commercial sex worker as she is able to bring out a life-like performance."[39] She next starred in A. L. Vijay's Deiva Thirumagal. The drama centers on the characters of Krishna (Vikram), an intellectually disabled father and his daughter Nila. The film became a critical and commercial success, fetching her laurels for her portrayal as Anuradha, an advocate.[40] Oneindia stated, "Anushka Shetty's character in the film had good scope for performance without being glamorous".[41] She received her first Filmfare nomination in the Tamil category, besides the Vijay Award for Favourite Heroine.

In 2012, Anushka recollabored with in A. L. Vijay and Vikram in the action drama Thaandavam. Malathi Rangarajan stated that "the romance between Vikram and Anushka is a beautiful feature of Thaandavam."[42] She later appeared alongside Akkineni Nagarjuna in the fantasy film Dhamarukam, which was her first Telugu release after two years. Karthik Pasupulate from The Times of India said that Anushka "has little to do as far as performance goes and does a good job of upping the glam quotient".[43] Radhika Rajamani of Rediff claimed, "Anushka looks sweet. Nag and Anushka have good onscreen chemistry".[44] Oneindia claimed, "Anushka Shetty has less scope for acting, but she impresses you in song sequences.[45]

Anushka Shetty during TeachAids Awards Gala in Santa Clara, California in 2013

Her first release in 2013 was Alex Pandian, an action-masala film, directed by Suraj, co-starring Karthi.[46] The film was a critical and commercial failure.[47] Her second release was Koratala Siva's Mirchi opposite Prabhas. Idlebrain claimed, "Anushka is adorable in a naughty village belle, the dubbing also seems great and the character Vennela is the best role among her recent role in movies".[48] Rediff wrote, "Anushka is bubbly and peps up the film considerably".[49] Sify wrote, "Anushka looks beautiful and livens up the moments and praised her chemistry with Prabhas".[50] She was next seen in Singam II, the sequel to Singam (2010), reprising her role from the first part. Sify said, "Anushka looks jaded, has nothing to do but sizzle with Suriya in two songs"[51] while The Times of India stated, "Anushka is forced to take a back seat even as she reprises her role of Kavya."[52]

Anushka next release was Selvaraghavan's fantasy adventure film Irandam Ulagam opposite Arya,[53] that saw her playing a dual role again, the third time in her career. Anushka played Ramya, a doctor and Varna, a high spirited, warrior-like character, in a parallel world. Rediff wrote, "Anushka not only shares equal screen space with Arya, but also plays quite a significant role. In fact, the story revolves around her and she has performed admirably".[54] Behindwoods wrote, "As the shy doctor Ramya and as the fierce warrior Varna, Anushka is simply at her best showcasing a wide range of emotions and stunts. It is her performance that stands as a pivot for the rest of the story to take shape".[55] Her latest release is the Tamil film Lingaa opposite Rajinikanth, released in December 2014.[56] She starred opposite Rajnikanth in Lingaa which opened to mixed reviews.[57][58][59][60][61][62][63]

From left to right: Prabhas, Anushka Shetty, Tamannaah, S.S.Rajamouli at the first look launch of Baahubali: The Conclusion in 2016

In 2015, she starred opposite Ajith Kumar in Yennai Arindhaal which opened to positive reviews.[64][65] Her second release in 2015, is the first part of Baahubali directed by S. S. Rajamouli which became one of the top-grossing films in the Indian film industry.Anushka Shetty was referred to in the media as the "Lady Superstar".The Hindu noted that, Anushka Shetty is gutsy to take on such a role and emotes through her powerful eyes. Her third release in 2015 was Gunashekar's bilingual Rudhramadevi in which she portrays the title role of the queen of Kakatiya dynasty, Rudrama Devi opposite Allu Arjun and Rana Daggubati.[66] AP Herald wrote, "Anushka Shetty was very believable and appreciable as a royal torrid and an honorable woman. Hers is a dual character, that of next to kin 'Rudhradeva' and of powerful 'Rudhramadevi' are superb. She plays her dual role in her characters in style and lends credibility to both the characters."[67] Her final release in 2015 was Size Zero where she played a plus-sized women.She got 2 movie in 2016 release as cameo appearance in Soggade Chinni Nayana and Oopiri

Experimental roles and upcoming projects (2017–present)

Her first film release in 2017 was Si3, in which she was paired with Surya for the third time in her career.[68] In Om Namo Venkatesaya Shetty portrayed Krishnamma, a Goda Devi or Andal-inspired character. Her next release was Baahubali 2: The Conclusion. Shetty received a positive response for her portrayal of Yuvarani Devasena.[69][70][71] The character of Devasena was highly praised by critics and Shetty's portrayal was equally lauded. A Firstpost article noted that the female characters in the second part were the actual heroes of the saga.Comparing Devasena to Arjuna, the article described her as "a competitive warrior who can wield the bow and arrow with finesse".It further noted how her character emphasized the need of freedom of choice writing that "in Devasena's case by taking archery lessons, choosing her life partner and being given the right to reject a matrimonial alliance, she can be her own person and develop into a strong personality, who doesn't break down even when chained for 25 years in the palace courtyard."

In the Telugu horror thriller film Bhaagamathie (2018), Shetty played the character Chanchala, an IAS officer, who is sent to prison after killing her fiancé.[72] Anushka's portrayal of Bhaagamathie and Chanchala was notable.[73] The News Minute wrote,"There is no woman actor in the south who has the kind of commanding presence that Anushka does. When she's on screen, there's no one else you want to watch. I suppose if I ever met her in person, I'd hear imaginary elephants trumpeting around me because she gets under the skin of these regal roles so convincingly."[74] Praising Shetty's performance it further read,"Anushka alternates between playing the gentle Chanchala and the vengeful Bhaagamathie with ease. This is an actor who can pull off stereotypical depictions of femininity without it grating on your nerves – so when she swoons at the sight of blood in one scene, it doesn't put you off because she takes herself seriously and isn't around just as a decorative festoon."[74]

Filmography

Awards

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