Shwetha Srivatsav

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Shwetha Srivatsav
Shwetha Srivatsav at Filmfare Awards South 2015.PNG
Srivatsav at Filmfare Awards South 2014
Shwetha Krishnappa

Karnataka, India
Years active2000–present
Amit Srivatsava (m. 2005)

Shwetha Srivatsav is an Indian film, television and theatre actress, who mainly appears predominantly in Kannada films. Having made her debut in films with the 2006 film Mukha Mukhi, she shot to fame with her performance in Simple Agi Ondh Love Story (2013). Her performance in Fair & Lovely (2014) won her a Filmfare Award for Best Actress.

Apart from being a busy actress is also known for her charity. She is also known for her love for animals and her active involvement in animal welfare and also practises vegetarianism.


After appearing in a host of plays and television projects, Shwetha made her film acting debut in a parallel film Mukha Mukhi (2006).[1] She appeared in a small role in the gangster film Aa Dinagalu (2007) before taking up a lead role in the film Cyber Yugadol Nava Yuva Prema Kavyam (2012). She won the Filmfare Best Female Debut award for her performance in the film. Following this, she featured in the much acclaimed blockbuster film Simple Agi Ondh Love Story (2013) which earned her wide appreciation for her portrayal of a bubly girl character and her dialogue delivery. She worked for Raghu ram's "fair n' lovely", in which she played the character of a sex worker opposite to Prem and won a film fare for it and has announced a Telugu film "Bommala Ramaram" with a debutant director. her movie "kiragurina gayyaligalu" is running successfully, the story was based on the novel with the same name by the well knows writer K.P.Poornachandra Tejaswi and directed by Suman Kittur.d[2] Shwetha also became the brand ambassador of an international fashion company "Shinayele".

Early life and childood[edit]

Shwetha's father L. Krishnappa was a theatre artist.Shwetha began her schooling at New Cambridge English School in Vijayanagar, Bangalore. She completed high school education at Vidya Peeta, graduation from Christ College and masters in Mass Communication from Bangalore University. Shwetha,

Personal life[edit]

Shwetha Krishnappa met Amit Srivatsava during the making of the Telefilm Lakshmi Kataksha and married him after four years of courtship, they are have a daughter Ashmitha, who was born in July 21, 2017[3]


Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Role Language Notes
2006 Mukha Mukhi Vasu Kannada
2007 Aa Dinagalu Kothwal's wife Kannada
2012 Cyber Yugadol Nava Yuva Prema Kavyam Sneha Kannada Won, Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South
Aryabhatta Prashasthi for Best Debut Actress
2013 Simple Agi Ondh Love Story Khushi Kannada Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Kannada
2014 Aathma Sakshi Leena Pinto Kannada
2014 Fair & Lovely Bhumika Kannada Won, Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Kannada[4]
2016 Kiragoorina Gayyaligalu Daanamma Kannada Nominated

Filmfare Award for Best Actress

2016 Bommala Ramaram Telugu Announced[5]


Awards and nominations[edit]




  1. ^ "Mukhamukhi film". Anivasi.
  2. ^ "Gimme dance and song now". Bangalore Mirror. 5 July 2013.
  3. ^ [1]
  4. ^ "Winners of 62nd Britannia Filmfare Awards South". Filmfare. 27 June 2015. Retrieved 27 June 2015.
  5. ^ "Shwetha Srivatsav to debut in Telugu". Times of India. 13 October 2014.

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