Lavanya Tripathi

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Lavanya Tripathi
Lavanya tripati from the sets of mister.png
Tripathi in 2017
Born (1990-12-15) 15 December 1990 (age 32)[1]
Alma materRishi Dayaram National College, Mumbai
  • Actress
  • model
  • dancer
Years active2012-present

Lavanya Tripathi (born 15 December 1990) is an Indian actress who predominantly works in Telugu films along with Tamil films. She made her acting debut with the Hindi television show Pyaar Ka Bandhan (2009) and made her film debut with Andala Rakshasi (2012), for which she won CineMAA Awards Best Female Debut.[2][3]

Tripathi started her career as a model and won Femina Miss Uttarakhand in 2006. Post her film debut, she had initial success with Doosukeltha (2013) and Bramman (2014). Tripathi received praises for portraying a dance teacher in Bhale Bhale Magadivoy (2015) and a lonely wife in Soggade Chinni Nayana (2016). For the former, she won Zee Apsara Rising Star of the Year Award and for the latter she received Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu nomination. Her other notable films include Srirastu Subhamastu (2016), for which she received SIIMA Award for Best Actress – Telugu nomination, Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi (2017), Arjun Suravaram (2019) and A1 Express (2021).

She is a recipient of several awards along with two SIIMA Awards and one Filmfare Awards South nominations. In addition to her acting career, Tripathi is a prominent celebrity endorser for brands and products.[4]

Early life and background[edit]

Tripathi was born 15 December 1990,[1][5][6] in Faizabad, Uttar Pradesh and she grew up in Dehradun, Uttarakhand.[7][8] Her father is a lawyer practicing in High Court and Civil Court and her mother is a retired teacher. She has two elder siblings, one brother and sister.[9] After completing her schooling from Marshall School, Dehradun, she moved to Mumbai, where she graduated in economics from Rishi Dayaram National College.[9][10]

She stated that she "always wanted to be in showbiz" but her father wanted her to complete her education first. She then started modelling, appearing in commercials, while also being part of television shows.[7][8] She won the title of Miss Uttarakhand in 2006 when still in school.[11] Tripathi's background in classical dancing, Bharatnatyam came in handy for her role in the film Bhale Bhale Magadivoy.[12][13]


Television career (2008-2010)[edit]

Tripathi started her acting career with Hindi television, appearing in an episode of Ssshhhh...Koi Hai. She next appeared as a contestant on Get Gorgeous 5 and stood at 9th place. She made her fiction debut with Sony TV's Pyaar Ka Bandhan. She portrayed the parallel lead Mishti Das / Araina Rai from. Her last appearance on television was in 2010 where she portrayed Sakshi, in an episode of CID.[14]

Film debut and breakthrough (2012-2015)[edit]

Tripathi at a press meet

Tripathi made her feature film debut with the 2012 Telugu film Andala Rakshasi,[15] after a friend suggested her to attend the audition for the role. She earned critical acclaim for her performance as Midhuna and won the Best Debutante Award at CineMAA Awards.[16] The following year, she starred as a doctor in Doosukeltha, opposite Vishnu Manchu which became a box office success.[17][18]

In 2014, she made her debut in Tamil cinema with Bramman in which she played an aspiring journalist, Gayathri.[19] [20] The same year she played the cameo role of Radha Mohan's friend in Manam, also appeared alongside Naga Chaitanya in the film's song 'Kanulanu Thaake'.[21]

Tripathi's breakthrough came with her portrayal of Nandana, a Kuchipudi dance teacher in Bhale Bhale Magadivoy opposite Nani.[22] She received praises for her performance. Times of India wrote, "Lavanya as the smitten lover and the loving daughter is a treat to watch. It's not just her looks but her grace and simplicity that are her assets."[23] Deccan Chronicle said, "Lavanya Tripathi looks beautiful as Nandana and ticks all the boxes. Her chemistry with Nani is good on screen and she is one of the bright talents to look out for in future."[24] She won Zee Telugu Apsara Awards, Rising Star of the Year for her performance.[25]

Rise to prominence (2016-2019)[edit]

Tripathi had a successful year in 2016 with three releases.[26] She first portrayed a lonely wife, Seeta in Soggade Chinni Nayana opposite Nagarjun. Times of India compared her to Soundarya and said "Lavanya Tripathi reminds you of Soundarya who wasn't just a beauty but a bundle of talent.[27] Deccan Chronicle wrote, "Tripathi is very decent and had given a good performance. Though she is just a few movies old, she carried the role like an actress with a lot of experience."[28] It was a critical and commercial success, she received Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu nomination for her performance.[29]

She next portrayed a cashier Devi in Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi alongside Naveen Chandra. It received mixed reviews from the critics, but was a commercial success.[30] Her final release of the year came with Srirastu Subhamastu, where she portrayed Ananya opposite Allu Sirish. It received mostly positive reviews.[31][32]

Tripathi had 5 releases in 2017. She first appeared in Mister as Chandramukhi opposite Varun Tej. It receivex mixed to negative reviews from critics.[33] Her next release cane with Radha, opposite Sharwanand, she portrayed a student Radha. It received mixed reviews.[34] Her next release was the average grosser Yuddham Sharanam, where she was seen as Anjali, a medical intern opposite Chaitanya. Times of India wrote, "Lavanya Tripathi as Anjali, looks fresh and cute on screen. But her role is restricted to just that."[35]

Tripathi in 2017

Tripathi next portrayed Meghana, a carefree girl and a wedding planner in Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi opposite Ram Pothineni. The Hindu praised the actress and said, "Tripathi's character is a light-hearted one and the actor pulls it off well. It’s a relief not to see Lavanya in those flowy lehengas she had become synonymous with."[36][37] Times of India said she played her part well.[38] She made her Tamil film comeback after 3 years with her final release of the year, Maayavan, where she portrayed Aadhirai, a psychiatrist. The film received positive reviews from critics but was a box-office average.[39][40]

In 2018, she played Shreya in Inttelligent opposite Sai Dharam Tej. Following negative critical reception, the film became a commercial failure.[41] Tripathi next portrayed Parvathi, a school teacher opposite Tej in Antariksham 9000 KMPH, her final release of the year.[42] Times of India said, "Lavanya Tripathi and others deliver convincing performances, breathing life into their characters, even when they are at their unreasonable best."[43]

Tripathi had only one release in 2019, Arjun Suravaram, where she portrayed Kavya, an aspiring journalist opposite Nikhil Siddharth.[44] The Hindu said, she had a comparatively limited in scope but she does it efficiently.[45] Deccan Chronicle said that she portrayed her character well.[46]

Recent work and career expansion (2020-present)[edit]

Tripathi had two releases in 2021. Her first release was A1 Express opposite Sundeep Kishan, where she portrayed Lavanya Rao, a hockey player.[47] Times of India wrote "Sundeep, Lavanya and the rest of the cast breathe life into their characters. There is not a single actor who seems out of place in this well-told tale." It also mentioned that, despite having potential, her character does end up being relegated to a bystander by the end of the film.[48] She next appeared alongside Kartikeya Gummakonda in Chaavu Kaburu Challaga where she portrayed Mallika, a widow.[49] Times of India wrote, "Lavanya Tripathi is tuned a shade darker for the role and while her makeup looks inconsistent and patchy, she delivers and makes one empathise with her character."[50]

In 2022, she portrayed dual characters of Happy and Baby in Happy Birthday.[51][52] Times of India praised her performance and said, "Lavanya Tripathi seems to have a ball, especially when the interval twist rolls around and her backstory unfolds in the latter half. It’s rare for a heroine working in TFI to get a role like this and she makes the most of it.[53]

Tripathi will make her web debut with ZEE5's series Puli Meka opposite Aadi and is currently shooting the same.[54]

Off-screen work and public image[edit]

Tripathi in 2019

Tripathi made a promising debut in 2012 with Andala Rakshasi. Times of India noted, "The debutante Lavanya has the author backed role and does a great job of it. She has a very versatile face and the filmmaker utilized it to the hilt."[55] She gained further praises with Bhale Bhale Magadivoy and Soggade Chinni Nayana.[56] For her performance in Bhale Bhale Magadivoy critics termed her as one of the bright talents to look out for in future.[57] Critics compared her to actress Soundarya for her performance in Soggade Chinni Nayana.[58]

Chiranjeevi praised her line of work in a 2019 event and said,

"Lavanya Tripathi is a nice and cute girl. She looked very beautiful in Bhale Bhale Magadivoy. I was shocked after watching her on the screen. I just saw her for a while without winking. She has done a good job in Arjun Suravaram as well. Lavanya has a bright future as she is well established in the South Indian film industry."[59]

Tripathi is an endorser for several brands and products, including, Fair & Lovely and Binani Cement.[60] Tripathi acted in an advertisement along with the Traffic Police Department of Telangana, for which she did not take any remuneration.[61] In 2021, she collaborated with Amazon for their "Amazon Festive Stylebook" Episode 5. Tripathi showed 4 different elegant festive looks for women along with style tips.[62]

Tripathi has also walked ramp at events and has been the cover model for magazines covers including Provoke Magazine and You and I's June edition.[63][64] She is also known for her fashion style and has over 3.0 million Instagram followers.[65]


Tripathi landed in controversy post her outspoken tweet slamming Brahmin pride. She tweeted, "As a Brahmin, I don't understand this whole superiority feeling among some of the Brahmins. You become superior or inferior because of what you do, not because of your caste." She later deleted the tweet and said, "Deleted bcz i didnt want to hurt anybody’s feelings while putting my point forward, as tweets can be misleading sometimes.. but i do believe in good acts than caste."[66] In 2020, Tripathi lodged a complaint with the cyber crime police of Hyderabad against S Sunisith, who defamed her by saying that they were married.[67]



Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role(s) Language(s) Notes Ref.
2012 Andala Rakshasi Midhuna Telugu [68]
2013 Doosukeltha Dr. Alekhya / Chinni Telugu
2014 Bramman Gayathri Tamil
Manam Radha Mohan's friend Telugu Cameo appearance
10:30, Chalien School Elder Disha Hindi Short film [69]
2015 Bhale Bhale Magadivoy Nandana Rao Telugu [70]
2016 Soggade Chinni Nayana Seeta Telugu [71]
Lacchimdeviki O Lekkundi Devi / Uma Devi / Ankallamma Telugu
Srirastu Subhamastu Ananya "Anu" Telugu
2017 Mister Chandramukhi Telugu
Radha Radha Telugu
Yuddham Sharanam Anjali Telugu
Vunnadhi Okate Zindagi Meghana "Maggie" Telugu [72]
Maayavan Aadhirai Tamil
2018 Inttelligent Shreya Telugu
Antariksham 9000 KMPH Parvathi "Paaru" Telugu
2019 Arjun Suravaram Kavya Telugu [73]
2021 A1 Express Lavanya Rao Telugu [74]
Chaavu Kaburu Challaga Mallika Telugu
2022 Happy Birthday Happy / Baby Telugu Dual role [75]


Year Title Role(s) Language Notes Ref.
2006-2009 Ssshhhh...Koi Hai Un­known Hindi Episodic role
2008 Get Gorgeous 5 Contestant Hindi 9th place [76]
2009–2010 Pyaar Ka Bandhan Mishti Das / Araina Rai Hindi [77]
2010 CID Sakshi Hindi Episode: Maut Ka Aashirvad
2023 Puli Mekadagger Kiran Prabha Telugu ZEE5 series; filming [78]

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Language Singer(s) Ref.
2021 Pottum Pogattume Tamil Sathyajita Ravi, Jen Martin [79]


Acting Awards
Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2013 2nd South Indian International Movie Awards Best Female Debut – Telugu Andala Rakshasi Nominated [80]
CineMAA Awards Best Female Debut Won [81]
2016 1st IIFA Utsavam Best Actress – Telugu Bhale Bhale Magadivoy Nominated [82]
Zee Telugu Apsara Awards Rising Star of the Year Won [83]
2017 64th Filmfare Awards South Best Actress – Telugu Soggade Chinni Nayana Nominated [84]
Zee Cine Awards Telugu Girl Next Door of the Year Won [85]
6th South Indian International Movie Awards Best Actress – Telugu Srirastu Subhamastu Nominated [86]
2018 Zee Telugu Apsara Awards Popular Face of the Year Won [87]
Year Recipient Title Result Ref.
2006 Lavanya Tripathi Femina Miss Uttarakhand Won [88]

See also[edit]


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