Shriya Pushpendra Saran, known as Shriya is an Indian film actress and model. After making her film debut in 2001 with the Telugu film Ishtam, Shriya has not looked back and has grown in popularity exponentially. She rose to prominence when she featured in the Tamil blockbuster Sivaji opposite superstar Rajnikanth in 2007. She also received international acclaim when she was cast in Deepa Mehta’s British-Canadian film Midnight’s Children based on Salman Rushdie’s Booker Prize-winning novel of the same name. Her roles in Uthama Puthiran and Chikku Bukku are appreciated by fans and the public.
Here is the list of best movies of Shriya Saran.
1. Sivaji: The Boss
One of the biggest blockbusters of Shriya’s career, Sivaji: The Boss starring Rajinikanth won the actress accolades and appreciation in both Tamil and Telugu industry for her acting skills. A national award-winning film, it saw Shriya portray the role of Rajinikanth’s wife.
A remake of the Tamil film Ramanaa, this action drama was screened at the International Indian Film Academy Awards. Her dance moves in the song Vanochenante Varadostadi were the highlight of the film that revolved around a common man, who wanted to abolish corruption in the society.
3. Gopala Gopala
A remake of the 2015 Bollywood blockbuster OMG: Oh My God, the film saw the actress in the role of a loving wife that helped her win the hearts of the audience. Paired opposite Venkatesh Daggubati, the film also featured Powerstar Pawan Kalyan.
Her first blockbuster, the Nagarjuna and Prabhu Deva starrer saw her essaying the role of a fun-loving girl Bhanu, who falls in love with Nagarjuna but let’s him go when he falls in love with someone else. Due to an accident, she laters ends up marrying him. The film won a Filmfare for best film, giving the actress a strong foothold in the industry.
Released in 2005, Chatrapathi starring the Rebel Star Prabhas was another memorable film in Shriya’s career. Director by SS Rajamouli, the actress essayed the role of a government officer who falls for Prabhas. This film helped her win her first Filmfare nomination for Best Actress.