Suja Varunee

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Suja Varunee
Born Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Nationality Indian
Occupation Actress, model
Years active 2004–present

Suja Varunee is an Indian film actress who predominantly appears in Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, and Malayalam, films.[1][2]


After 8th std she got an offer to do as female lead in a film titled as Plus Two (film), she agreed and thought its right decision, however the film did not take off, So she had to take 3 years break of without knowing the cinema knowledge. Post long break she got an offer of working under a successful banner for an movie titled as Varnajalam in which she was requested to do an dance number, she agreed the offer and that's her first song. Then she continued to do more number of hero introduction songs in all four languages and Subsequently she played supporting roles in a couple of films too, Which helped her to get noticed by all from the industry.[3] At some point she made an decision that she not gonna do anymore dance number, as she want to become an full length actress, which was hurted by some leading production companies and banned her offers. With self confident and trust she back again and does character roles in Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, and Malayalam films, also she appeared in several advertisements like Aarasan Soap, Saravana Store Elite, Sun gold covering, Nizam Pakku and Government TVC.[4][5]

Breakthrough, 2010–16[edit]

After all small character roles, Her first break was in Tamil movie titled as Milaga, in which she does 2nd female lead, and in the same here she back with Nagavalli in Telugu, and Gundello Godari. In the year 2011,[6] and In the year 2013 she does a supporting role in movie called Settai which helped her to bag back to back movies in tamil Industry, Post Settai she signed Vaa deal as female lead, which is yet to release, and movie called Pencil was Key role in her career, Post Pencil, she signed movie called Kidaari which was huge hit.[7] Her upcoming projects are Kuttram 23, Sathru and Anndevathai


Year Film Role Language Notes
2002 Plus Two Tamil lead role
2004 Varnajalam Tamil
2004 Udees Kannada Special appearance
2005 Maayavi Tamil
2005 Yeshwanth Kannada Special appearance
2005 Jyestha Kannada Special appearance
2005 Gunna Kannada Special appearance
2005 Masala Preethi Kannada
2005 Kasthuri Maan Tamil
2005 Ben Johnson Malayalam Special appearance
2005 Ponmudipuzhayorathu Malayalam Special appearance
2006 Vathiyar Tamil Special appearance
2006 Chacko Randaaman Malayalam Special appearance
2006 Naalai Tamil
2007 Lee Tamil Special appearance
2007 Madurai Veeran Tamil Special appearance
2007 Pallikoodam Tamil Special appearance
2007 Black Cat Malayalam Special appearance
2007 Ammuvagiya Naan Tamil Special appearance
2008 Pazhani Tamil Special appearance
2008 Indiralohathil Na Azhagappan Urvashi Tamil
2008 Thangam Tamil Special appearance
2008 Vaitheeswaran Sharmila Tamil
2008 Valluvan Vasuki Tamil Special appearance
2008 Sandai Tamil Special appearance
2008 Singakutty Tamil Special appearance
2008 Thozha Tamil Special appearance
2008 Uliyin Osai Tamil
2008 Muniyandi Vilangial Moonramandu Tamil Special appearance
2008 Kuselan Tamil Special appearance
2008 Jayamkondaan Tamil Special appearance
2008 Thenavattu Tamil Special appearance
2009 Ainthaam Padai Tamil
2009 Black Dalia Jessica Malayalam
2009 Engal Aasan Tamil
2009 Solla Solla Inikkum Megha Tamil
2010 Aptharakshaka Kannada
2010 Milaga Tamil
2010 Moscowin Kavery Tamil Special appearance
2010 Nagavalli Hema Telugu
2011 Aayiram Vilakku Tamil
2013 Gundello Godari Bangari Telugu
2013 Maranthen Mannithen Bangari Tamil
2013 Settai Tamil Cameo Role
2014 Ali Baba Okkade Donga Chetana Telugu
2014 Appuchi Gramam Tamil
2016 Vaa Deal Tamil
2016 Pencil Nandini Tamil
2016 Kidaari Loganayaki Tamil
2016 Sadhuram 2 Tamil
2016 Vaigai Express Tamil Filming
2017 Achayans Malayalam Filming


  1. ^ V Lakshmi (8 July 2010) Suja praised for Milaga!. The Times of India. Retrieved on 2016-12-28.
  2. ^ Nikhil Raghavan (4 February 2012) Itsy-Bitsy. The Hindu. Retrieved on 2016-12-28.
  3. ^ My First Break – SUJA. The Hindu (16 October 2009)
  4. ^ Welcome to. Retrieved on 28 December 2016.
  5. ^ Suja Varunee god’s child. Retrieved on 28 December 2016.
  6. ^ Suja Varunee’s rain trick! – The Times of India. (1 February 2012). Retrieved on 2016-12-28.
  7. ^ Shotcuts: Big support. The Hindu. Retrieved on 28 December 2016.

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