Komal Sharma

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Komal Sharma
Born 6 November
Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Occupation Actress, squash player, model

Komal Sharma is an Indian actress.[1]


She was born in Chennai,Tamil Nadu to a North Indian family who had settled there four decades ago. Komal is the youngest among her four siblings. She pursued her Bachelor of Computer Applications from Sri Kanyaka Parameswari College for women, Chennai and grabbed her university proficiency. She joined the Squash Racquets Federation of India (SRFI) and won several junior and senior National Squash championships. Being an athlete she is even completed 21 km Chennai Marathon.

As a sportsperson Komal got lot of offers to endorse various brands. She won the title call Miss Metropolis 2009 and continued winning pagents like Sunsilk Miss Tamil Nadu, Lux Miss Beautiful Skin of Tamil Nadu, Lux Miss Beautiful Skin of South India, IBIBO I Fresh Face of South India,twice crowned as Miss Tamil Nadu in two different events.[2] She was then offered a role in S. A. Chandrasekhar's Sattapadi Kutram,paired opposite to actor Vikrant.[1] Even before the release of her first film, She signed and completed another film Oothari, directed by Shakti Krishna.[3] Komal's third movie was Nagaraja Cholan MA,MLA directed by Director Manivannan and it was a commercially hit movie. Nagaraja Cholan cholan MA,MLA is sequel of mega hit movie Amaidipadai . Currently Komal is working simultaneously in Tamil,Telugu and Hindi language movies. Anu is Telugu movie which is been directed and produced by Sunil Kumar,it's Komal's first Debut movie in Telugu with Co stars Actor Suman and Actor Possani Ramakrishnan. Immediately after that she signed Tamil movie Vaigai Express directed by Director Shaji Kailash. Natrinai is Tamil movie which is been directed and produced by Director Ilango


Year Film Director Language Notes
2011 Sattapadi Kutram S. A. Chandrasekhar Tamil
2013 Nagaraja Cholan MA, MLA Manivannan Tamil
2017 Vaigai Express Shaji Kailash Tamil


  1. ^ a b Manigandan K R (2011-03-18). "Komal spills the beans". The Times Of India. Retrieved 2013-05-16. 
  2. ^ "Newsletter Issue No. 56". Ispsquash.com. Retrieved 2013-05-16. 
  3. ^ "Itsy-Bitsy: Squash to screen". 2011-03-26 The Hindu. Retrieved 2013-05-16.