Sharmiela Mandre

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Sharmiela Mandre
Sharmiela Mandre at 60th South Filmfare Awards 2013.jpg
Sharmiela Mandre at 60th South Filmfare Awards 2013
Born (1988-10-28) 28 October 1988 (age 27)
Bangalore, India
Occupation Actress
Years active 2008–present

Sharmiela Mandre (born 28 October 1985)[1] is an Indian actress who mainly appears in South Indian films.


She started her film through the Kannada film Sajni, opposite Dhyan and had her first commercial success with the film Krishna opposite Ganesh. Her other hit films include Navagraha (2008), Venkata in Sankata (2009) and Swayamvara (2010), having done so she has established herself as a leading contemporary actress in Kannada cinema. 2011 she was seen in Dhan Dhana Dhan, which remains her most recent Kannada release.[2]

In 2012 she debuted in Tamil with the film Mirattal, a remake of the Telugu hit film Dhee, and got accolades for her performance in the film. She immediately went on to sign her first Telugu film Kevvu Keka opposite Allari Naresh. In 2013, she changed her name from Sharmila to Sharmiela.[3][4] In January 2014, she was reported to be working on her second Tamil film.[5]


Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Role Language Notes
2007 Sajni Sajni Kannada Hello Gandhinagar Award for Best Debut
2007 Krishna Anjali Kannada
2007 Ee Bandhana Shruthi Kannada
2008 Navagraha Kiran Kannada
2008 Mast Maja Maadi Kannada Special appearance
2009 Shivamani Shruthi Kannada
2009 Venkata in Sankata Kannada
2010 Swayamvara Anusha Kannada South Scope Style Award for Most Stylish Actress (Kannada)
2010 Kari Chirathe Shruthi Kannada
2011 Dhan Dhana Dhan Charmi Kannada
2012 Mirattal Deepika Tamil
2013 Kevvu Keka Mahalakshmi Telugu Nominated, SIIMA Award for Best Female Debut –Telugu
2014 Goa Kannada
2015 Mumtaz Kannada
2015 KathaFilm has yet to be released Hindi Filming
2015 GandhigiriFilm has yet to be released Kannada Filming


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