At 34 years old, Aishwarya Rajesh has this physical status:
Aishwarya Rajesh is an Indian film actress who has appeared in leading roles in Tamil cinema, as well as Telugu and Malayalam films with just one Hindi film.
On Sun TV, she began her career as a compere in a comedy series called Asathapovadhu Yaru.
She made her debut in Neethana Avan (2010) and came to fame after appearing in Attakathi (2012) portraying Amudha.
Jomonte Suvisheshangal opposite Dulquer Salmaan appeared in her second Malayalam film Sakhavu, and she also appeared with Nivin Pauly in her second Malayalam film Sakhavu.
In her debut film Kanaa, she made her Bollywood debut in 2017 as Padma opposite Arjun Rampal She appeared in two roles as Padma in Vetrimaran's Valiant Chennai opposite Dhanush and as a female cricketer in her solo film Kanaa.
At the Tamil Nadu State Film Awards, she received the Best Actress award for the 2014 film Kaaka Muttai.
Aishwarya Rajesh was born in Chennai, Telugu, on January 10th, 1990 (then Madras). Rajesh, the woman's father, was a Telugu film actor. He died when Aishwarya was eight years old. Nagamani's mother was a dancer. Amarnath's grandfather was also an actor, while her aunt Sri Lakshmi is a Telugu comedian with over 500 films to her credit. She is the youngest of four siblings, of whom two older brothers died within her teen years.
Aishwarya was born in Chennai and she referred to her as a "lower middle class." She completed her education in Shrine Valiantanni, Chennai, Sree Vidyanikethan International School, Tirupati, and Holy Angels Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School, Chennai. In 1996, she appeared in the Telugu film Rambantu as a child.
She attended Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai, and graduated with a B.Com degree. She started dancing because she had to choreograph a stage performance for a student cultural festival and then discovered that she had to experience Maanada Mayilada on Kalaignar TV. She appeared in films after winning the show's third season and was given roles in sequels.
Aishwarya spent time as an anchor on the sets of the TV show Asathapovathu Yaaru. In 2010, she appeared in her first film, Avargalum Ivargalum (2011), but Neethana Avan (2010) came first. She appeared in two films, Rummy, and Pannaiyarum Padminiyum, which were released within two weeks. Although the first film was a village drama set in the 1980s, the latter was based on a short film of the same title and revolved around an old man and his vintage car Premier Padmini. Critics lauded her debuts, especially in Rummy. When film critic Baradwaj Rangan wrote that she was "expressive," she was "a tonic for nerves frayed by alabaster automatons we usually see as heroines," Hindustan Times reported that she was "highly promising." She appeared in a song sequence in R. Parthiepan's Kathai Vasanam Iyakkam and as the female lead in Thirudan Police later this year. She started filming for Seenu Ramasamy's Idam Porul Yaeval in April 2014, but the film is not announced as of May 2020.
Kaaka Muttai was her first appearance on television in 2015. She was initially hesitant to play a mother role at this early stage in her career, but after getting ahold of the script, she decided to participate in the film. Critics lauded her portrayal of a slum dweller and mother of two children, and Film Companion calls her one of the "100 Greatest Performances of the Decade." "It features spectacular performances from everybody," Baradwaj Rangan said, especially Aishwarya Rajesh, who portrays the kids' mother with a world-weariness that belies her years." According to other reviewers, she was "excellent" and performed her role "with awesome ease" and "leaves you awestruck." Cinderella from the same-titled fairy tale that was later described as a "musical dance drama" on display this year.
Aishwarya had the most recent Tamil actress in 2016 with eight films out of which Aarathu Sinam, Hello Naan Pei Pesuren, Manithan, and Dharma Durai were commercially profitable. She was lauded for her role in the films Dharma Durai and Kuttrame Thandanai, where she worked with Kaaka Muttai director Manikandan. She became the most popular choice for performing in service oriented roles in the market. Aishwarya made her debut in Malayalam films in two commercially and critically acclaimed films, Jomonte Suvisheshangal and Sakhhavu, in 2017. Arjun Rampal selected Aishwarya in the role of Zubeida in the film Daddy based on her performance in Kaaka Muttai. Aishwarya made her debut in Hindi with this film and was praised for her role in her first Hindi film. She finished shooting for Idhu Vedhalam Sollum Kathai in 2018. As of April 2020, the film was unveiled.
In Kanaa, she appeared in her first film as a cricketer, which was part of Sivakarthikeyan's film. She reprised her role in Telugu's remake Kousalya Krishnamurthy, which marked her first Telugu debut. She appeared in Namma Veettu Pillai and Vainam Kottatum, among other things. In World Famous Lover, she played a village belle. In Ka Pae Ranasingam, she played a woman who lost her husband. "Aishwarya Rajesh is a revelation," a commentator said of her performance. She demonstrates hopelessness, powerlessness, vulnerability, grit, and determination with a sense of humor and admirable resolve."
She is a member of Gautham Vasudev Menon's postponed project Dhruva Natchathiram as of 2020. She appeared in the Mundhanai Mudichu version. She is filming for Driver Jamuna as of April 2021.