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Shruti Haasan (born 28 January 1986) is an Indian film actor and singer who works mainly in Tamil, Telugu, and Hindi language films.
She is the niece of actress Kamal Haasan and Sarika Thakur's daughter. She was born in Haasan's hometown.
She has been recognized as one of South India's most respected actresses, including three Filmfare Awards South, and has established herself as one of the leading actresses. Haasan appeared in films and appeared in a guest role in her father's directorial Hey Ram (2000) before making her adult debut in Luck, a 2009 Bollywood film.
She rose to prominence in the Telugu romantic comedy Oh My Friend (2011), the Telugu romance film Anaganaga O Dheerudu (2011), and the Tamil science fiction thriller 7aum Arivu (2011).
The Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut – South has been given to her for her work in the last two series.
Haasan continued to excel in South Indian cinema with several commercially successful films, including Gabbar Singh (2012), Vedalam (2015), Srimanthudu (2015), and Si3 (2017).
For the action comedy Race Gurram (2014), she received the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu.
The critically acclaimed crime film D-Day (2013), the adventure film Gabbar Is Back (2015), and Haasan's comedy Welcome Back (2015) are among Haasan's Hindi film roles.
In the Tamil-dubbed version of Disney's musical fantasy animated film Frozen II (2019), she also appeared as Queen Elsa. Haasan is also a well-known playback artist who plays in addition to acting.
She has been nominated for the Best Female Playback Singer in Puli (2, 2012) and "Yeandi Yeandi"); also the Best Female Playback Singer – Telugu for "Junction Lo" in Aagadu (2014).
Haasan began her career as a music producer with her father's company Unnaipol Oruvan (2009) and has since formed her own music band. She is also the host of a Tamil television show Hello Sago.
ShrutiHaasan has arranged a chat show to speak with various well-known celebrities and discuss their work, life, and future plans.
Premiered on October 28, 2018 and Concluded on January 27, 2019. Every Sunday, it was broadcast on Sun TV.
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Early life and family
Shruti Haasan was born in Madras (present-day Chennai) to actors Kamal Haasan and Sarika Thakur, a Tamil family. Her father is a Tamilian Brahmin Iyengar, while her mother Sarika was born to a Maharashtrian father and Rajput mother. Akshara Haasan, her younger sister, is also an actress. Charuhasan, an actress and lawyer, is her uncle. Anu Hasan and Suhasini Maniratnam, actresses, are her cousins. Shantanu Hazarika is a celebrity in Shantanu Hazarika. Haasan studied at Lady Andal school in Chennai and then moved to Mumbai to study psychology at St. Andrew's College.
Haasan concentrated on film and music and then moved to the United States to continue to study music at the Musicians Institute in California before returning to Chennai.
In the Tamil-Hindi bilingual Hey Ram, based on a murder attempt on Mahatma Gandhi and directed by her father Kamal Haasan, a child artist in a cameo role. According to reports, Haasan would make her debut in 2008 with a film opposite Madhavan, directed by Nishikant Kamat, after rejecting major film roles, most notably the lead role in Venkat Prabhu's Saroja. The film, titled Endrendrum Punnagai, was stalled before production began.
Haasan eventually agreed to appear in Soham Shah's Hindi film Luck, opposite Imran Khan, in July 2008, and shot for the film for almost a year. Imran Khan, a childhood friend of the filmmaker, had suggested her name to the producer, but Haasan accepted the film in full and accepted to play two roles. Shruti was involved in action scenes during filming and branched out in a lot. The film opened in July 2009 to generally poor reviews from critics and had a poor opening at the box office, with critics saying she "deserved a better launch vehicle." Reviewers were critical of Rajeev Masand's IBN appearance, saying that she delivers "dialogues with deadpan expressions," while another commentator said she is "synthetic and fails to impress." Haasan continued to appear in the promotional videos for Unnaipol Oruvan and Eenadu, her father's bilingual films, which she had composed the music for. She made a cameback appearance in a promotional video for Mallika Sherawat's horror film Hess, in which she had also sung a song written by Dave Kushner.
Siddharth appeared in the fantasy adventure film Anaganaga O Dheerudu, directed by Prakash Kovelamudi, son of director K. Raghavendra Rao, on her first appearance in Telugu in January 2011. Shruti was cast in the Walt Disney Pictures co-production, and Siddharth played a gypsy with magical healing abilities shielded by a swordsman. The film received rave reviews, with a critic noting: "Shruti looks very attractive and makes a superb screen presence," a critic notes, while a Rediff.com analyst wrote that she "has a mystical aura about her."
Madhur Bhandarkar's romantic comedy Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji made her debut in a long guest appearance alongside an ensemble cast of Emraan Hashmi, Ajay Devgn, and Shazahn Padamsee in her second Hindi film. With Hashmi's character falling for both mother and daughter, she was depicted in the film as Nikki Narang, the step-daughter of an ex Miss India model. Her performance drew poor reviews from critics who cited her character as "reduced to post-interval surfacing, last-ditch glamour," while another described her role as "so fake that she offers only disappointment."
Haasan was signed by AR Murugadoss to star opposite Suriya in his forthcoming film 7aum Arivu, and the film's shooting began in June later this year. After feeling she resembled the scientist, the director admitted that she was "intelligent and beautiful." Subha Srinivasan, a young scientist in the film who wants to reactivate the genes of 5th century Buddhist monk Bodhidharma's people, was praised by critics for her role in the film. The film attracted mixed reviews at the time, but it became extremely profitable on the business. "rarely is a heroine in Tamil films," a critic from The Hindu said, "ravishing but that she should work harder on spontaneity and fine-tune her Tamil accent." Oh My Friend, a romantic comedy film starring Siddharth that also co-starred Hansika Motwani and Navdeep, was her next Telugu release. The film told the tale of childhood friends, as well as that of their platonic friendship as adults, and that, for the role, Shruti Haasan continued to learn Kuchipudi's dance. Many reviewers argued that the film evoked a sense of "déjà vu," but a writer pointed out that "Shruti" on her part carries the same conviction."
Aishwarya Dhanush's debut 3 film, a romantic drama film co-starring Dhanush, marked a turning point in Haasan's career. Aishwarya confessed to writing the script with Shruti Haasan in mind, but the film's shooting with Amala Paul was delayed due to deadlines. Shruti, on the other hand, had resigned to play Janani, and the film gained a lot of attention ahead of its debut due to her and Aishwarya, the two leading contemporary Tamil actors Kamal Haasan and Rajinikanth's daughters, as well as the success of the film "Why This Kolaveri Di?" The film opened in March 2012 to encouraging reviews, with a reviewer noting: "Shruti Hassan has come a long way," the film only received average returns at the box office. Harish Shankar's Telugu film Gabbar Singh, a remake of the 2010 Hindi film Dabangg, had her second appearance in 2012, with her starring Pawan Kalyan in the film. In the original version, she played Bhagyalakshmi, a village girl, which had been played by Sonakshi Sinha. The film went on to be a huge commercial success at the box office, bringing in new film offers for Haasan. Critics also gave her a favorable verdict, citing that she "justifies her position" and that, "though she didn't have much of a part," and "though she didn't have much of a role, she's left her mark."
In 2013, she appeared in the Telugu action film Balupu opposite Ravi Teja, which later became a "hit" at the Indian box office. She received raves for her appearance, with critics noting that she "provides the fun in the film with glamor and verve." She appeared in two Hindi films, Prabhu Deva's Ramaiya and Nikkhil Advani's D-Day, later this year. She played a prostitute playing a suspended army officer in the later, a spy drama. "Alvida" was also sung by her for the film. Palomi Sharma, a Rediff.com reviewer, found Haasan to be "perfect as a prostitute with a haunting aura." For the first time, she appeared in the Telugu action film Ramaya Vasthavaya opposite Jr. NTR. Critics generally gave the film a fair reception.
Yevadu, Telugu's first film to debut in 2014, opposite Ram Charan, was a huge commercial success. Race Gurram, the year's second Telugu release of the year, starred Haasan for the first time in her career. The film became a "blockbuster" hit. She received rave reviews for her role as well as the rest of the film, with one commentator noting that she "plays her part well and looks glamorous." She also had a Tamil release; Poojai, opposite Vishal, and she had her first item number in her Telugu action comedy film Aagadu, starring Mahesh Babu and Tamannaah.
In 2015, Haasan appeared in her second item number in the Hindi film Tevar, starring Arjun Kapoor and Sonakshi Sinha. She appeared in many films afterward, including Gabbar Is Back opposite Akshay Kumar, Koratala Siva's Telugu action film Srimanthudu's Welcome Back alongside John Abraham, Aneet Kapoor, and Nana Patekar, co-starring Vijay and Vedalam, Ajith Kumar, marking her first film co-starring both the actors.
For the second time and in the Telugu film Premam, opposite Naga Chaitanya, she appeared in Rocky Handsome, a Malayalam film Premam. She was recruited to the fantasy film Sangamithra, directed by Sundar. C. In which she was to play a warrior, she would have fought a warrior. However, she opted out of the movie due to a date issue.
She appeared in Katamarayudu in 2017, marking her second collaboration with Pawan Kalyan, Si3, Suriya's second time, as well as Behen Hogi Teri alongside Rajkummar Rao. She made her American television debut in 2019 with the action drama series Treadstone, in which she appeared in a recurring role.
Hassan returned to India in 2020 with the short film Devi, followed by Yaara opposite Vidyut Jammwal and in the Amazon Prime anthology film Putham Pudhu Kaalai, in which she appeared in the segment Coffee, anyone? Suhasini Maniratnam, her cousin, was in charge of her.
She appeared in the Telugu action film Krack opposite Ravi Teja in 2021, marking their second collaboration after the 2013 film Balupu. In the Mahesh Manjrekar film The Power, she appeared alongside Jammwal. In the segment directed by Nag Ashwin and Vijay Sethupathi's Laabam, she appeared in three other projects, including the Pawan Kalyan actor Valiant Saab, Netflix anthology Pitta Kathalu.
Hassan will appear alongside Prabhas in Salaar, where she will be seen as Aadya. This film will be her Kannada debut. In Gopichand Malineni's Veera Simha Reddy, she will also share screen space with Nandamuri Balakrishna for the first time. She has also agreed to play in Waltair Veerayya, directed by K. S. Ravindra.