29 April 1991 (age 25)
Thrissur, Kerala, India
The film saw her feature opposite Vimal, and the film subsequently gained positive reviews and went on to become a sleeper hit at the box office. She subsequently received several offers. She was seen in half-a-dozen films in the following 12 months, including a guest appearance in Kamal Haasan's Manmadan Ambu and the Kannada and Telugu remakes of Kalavani, in which she reprised her character from the original.
In 2012 she was seen in Pandiraj's Marina, and Sundar C's Kalakalappu. Her next release was Sillunu Oru Sandhippu, opposite Vimal. She also appeared in Moodar Koodam, Madha Yaanai Koottam and Pulivaal. In 2014, she signed her first Bollywood project Jaat, besides a Tamil film, Seeni.
|2010||Kalavani||Maheswari||Tamil||Nominated, Vijay Award for Best Debut Actress|
|Kalakalappu||Maya||Tamil||Edison Award for Female Rising Star|
|2013||Sillunu Oru Sandhippu||Geetha||Tamil|
|Moodar Koodam||Karpagavalli (Kapuli)||Tamil|
|Madha Yaanai Koottam||Ritu||Tamil|
|Yeh Ishq Sarfira||Riya||Hindi|
|2016||Hello Naan Pei Pesuren||Sri Divya||Tamil|
|Idhi Naa Love Story||Khushi||Telugu||Filming|
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