Srinda Arhaan

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Srinda Arhaan
Born20 August 1985 (1985-08-20) (age 33)[1]
Kochi, Kerala, India
Other namesSrinda Mol
Srinda Arhaan[2]
OccupationActor, Voice artist
Years active2012–present
Spouse(s)Ashab (2004-2008)
Siju S Bava (m. 2018)

Srinda Arhaan is an Indian film actress, who predominantly performs in Malayalam films.She is also a dubbing artist.[3] [4] Her first film was Four Friends. Her notable roles includes 22 Female Kottayam, Annayum Rasoolum, 1983 and Tamaar Padaar.[5]


Srinda Arhaan was born into a Muslim family. She did her schooling at St. Mary’s Anglo Indian Girls High School, Fort Kochi up to Class X before moving to a school in Palluruthy for her Higher Secondary School Certificate studies. She later studied at the Sacred Heart College, Thevara.[6]

Srinda was passionate about films and photography since she was young and said that films were always on mind even after she started working. Bored with her job, she started her film career as an assistant director.[7] She then briefly worked as a television anchor, but felt that "my heart wasn’t in it. I felt like something was missing which I found in films".[6] She went on to model for products such as hair oils and jewellery brands before appearing in a documentary which eventually led her to feature films: she was noticed by director Dileesh Nair who introduced her to Aashiq Abu. Her cinematic debut was Abu's 22 Female Kottayam, in which she played a friend role of the lead character,[8] with Srinda stating that the film "shaped her as an actor".[6] In the following months, she was part of several popular films such as Thattathin Marayathu, North 24 Kaatham, 101 Weddings, Artist and Annayum Rasoolum although she played only minor supporting roles in them. 2014 she had a lead role in the sports film 1983 and her character Susheela was noticed.[6][9] Later that year, she played a police officer in the political satire Masala Republic, and had two releases on one day, Tamaar Padaar and Homely Meals, both of which had her in a starring role.[6] She made her Tamil debut in Vennila Veedu, in which she portrays a character with negative shades.[9]

Personal life[edit]

Srinda got married at 19 years and has a son,later got divorced at the age of 22. After ten years got married to director Shiju s bava on Nov 11 2018.

Srinda did her graduation from Sacred Heart College, Thevara.[1][2][10]


Year Title Role Notes
2010 Four Friends Ayisha
2012 22 Female Kottayam Jinsy
Thattathin Marayathu Sandhya
101 Weddings Indira
2013 Annayum Rasoolum Fazila
Artist Ruchi [11]
North 24 Kaatham Priya [12]
2014 1983 Susheela [13][14]
Happy Journey Aparna
Masala Republic AGS Officer
Manglish Mumtaz [7]
Homely Meals Nanditha [7]
Tamaar Padaar Valsamma [15][16]
Vennila Veedu Ilavarasi Tamil film
2015 Aadu Mary
Rasputin Anu [17]
Chirakodinja Kinavukal Koottukari [2]
Loham Girl at the wedding Cameo appearance
Kunjiramayanam Sajitha
Amar Akbar Anthony Resmiya
Rani Padmini Nandhini
Two Countries Jessica
2016 Mohavalayam Mehru
Pinneyum Sharada
Popcorn Sharon
2017 Munthirivallikal Thalirkkumbol Latha Asianet Film Award for Best Supporting Actress
Adventures of Omanakuttan Mallika
Role Models Christy
Kadamkatha Chandni
Mannamkattayum Kariyilayum Sunita
Njandukalude Nattil Oridavela Mary Tony Asianet Film Award for Best Supporting Actress
Parava Habeeba Hakeen
Sherlock Toms Rekha Toms Nominated - Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress - Malayalam
Asianet Film Award for Best Supporting Actress
Crossroad Segment : Cherivu
Chippy Shobha
2018 Aadu 2 Mary
Kuttanpillayude Sivarathri Rajani
Sinjar Fida

Filmography as Dubbing artist[edit]

Year Title artist Notes
2016 Kammatipaadam Shaun Romy [18]
2017 Thondimuthalum Driksakshiyum Nimisha Sajayan [19]


Vanitha Film Awards
  • 2015: Best Supporting Actress - 1983
Asianet Film Awards


  1. ^ a b Athira M., Nita Sathyendran. "With stardust in their eyes". The Hindu.
  2. ^ a b c Karthikeyan, Shruti (20 January 2015). "I use my son's name as my surname: Srinda". The Times Of India. Retrieved 20 January 2015.
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  5. ^ Kurian, Shiba (20 March 2014). "Srinda's juggling act". Times Of India. Retrieved 27 May 2014.
  6. ^ a b c d e Anand, Shilpa Nair (5 October 2014). "In love with cinema". The Hindu. Retrieved 12 October 2014.
  7. ^ a b c Soman, Deepa (26 May 2014). "My friends ask me how I tricked Mammukka into clicking a selfie: Srinda Arhaan". Times Of India. Retrieved 27 May 2014.
  8. ^ Kurian, Shiba (16 March 2012). "Srinda Ashab in Aashiqu Abu's next". The Times Of India. Retrieved 12 October 2014.
  9. ^ a b Suresh, Meera (19 August 2014). "Making strides". The New Indian Express. Retrieved 12 October 2014.
  10. ^ "Srinda Ashab to Lead in 'Homely Meals'". Retrieved 12 October 2014.
  11. ^ Mythily Ramachandran (5 September 2013). "Shyamaprasad is back with 'Artist'". Gulf News. Dubai: Retrieved 14 September 2013.
  12. ^ "North 24 Katham Review | Fahad Fazil's North 24 Katham | North 24 Katham Collection Report". 15 March 2012. Retrieved 14 October 2013.
  13. ^ Vijay George. "On location: 1983 — For the love of the game". The Hindu. Retrieved 5 July 2013.
  14. ^ "M'wood gears up for more sports movies – Times Of India". 17 February 2013. Retrieved 5 July 2013.
  15. ^ Soman, Deepa (29 August 2014). "Srinda Ashab to play Prithviraj's heroine!". The Times Of India. Retrieved 30 August 2014.
  16. ^ C Pillai, Radhika (6 September 2014). "My role in Tamaar Padaar will be a surprise: Srinda". The Times Of India. Retrieved 6 September 2014.
  17. ^ Vijay George (4 April 2013). "Story of transformation". The Hindu. Retrieved 22 May 2013.
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