Brother of Shriya Saran
Abhiroop Saran (Works in FCB Ulka Advertising Ltd, Mumbai)
Father of Shriya Saran
Pushpendra Saran (Worked at Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL))
Husband/Spouse of Shriya Saran
Andrei Koscheev (Tennis Player, Entrepreneur)
Mother of Shriya Saran
Neerja Saran (Chemistry Teacher)
Favourite Actor(s) of Shriya Saran
Shah Rukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan, Rajinikanth
Favourite Actresses of Shriya Saran
Madhubala, Madhuri Dixit
Favourite Color of Shriya Saran
Favourite Dress of Shriya Saran
Favourite Food of Shriya Saran
Favourite Writer of Shriya Saran
Controversies of Shriya Saran
In January 2008, a Hindu organisation in Chennai filed a police complaint against Shriya, objecting to the outfit worn by her during the 175th day celebration of the film Sivaji. The Hindu Makkal Katchi (HMK) alleged in a complaint that Shriya's outfit had offended Hindu culture.
Information about Shriya Saran
She then got a breakthrough role in 2001 in the Telugu film Ishtam, wherein she played the lead role of Neha.
Does Shriya Saran drink alcohol?: Not Known
She has featured in various advertisements of popular brands like LUX, Head & Shoulders, Saravana Stores, Kalyan, Vvd hair Oil, Parachute Jasmine Hair Oil, etc.
She has worked in different languages such as Hindi, English, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada.
In 2011, she opened a spa named Shree Spa in Mumbai that is run by the visually challenged.
She was the first actress and the third celebrity after Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan to deliver a lecture to students at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.
She was also the brand ambassador of Celebrity Cricket League for its first two seasons.
In 2003, she hosted the 50th Filmfare South Awards along with actor R. Madhavan.
Does Shriya Saran smoke?: Not Known
Shriya made her first screen appearance in the Renoo Nathan's debut album Yeh Yaarana by featuring in the song Thirakti Kyun Hawa.
She is a brand ambassador for the Naandi foundation and for the Save A Child's Heart (SACH) foundation.
She also gave a lecture to students in 2011 at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras on the history of films.
She participated in Tamil director Mani Ratnam's stage show Netru, Indru and Naalai.
Additionally, she was also honored by some popular awards viz. T. Subbarami Reddy Lalitha Kala Parishath Award for Contributions to Telugu Cinema in 2010, GR8 Women's Award in 2014, etc.
She won several awards for Best Actress, such as South Scope Style Award (2008), Amrita Mathrubhumi Award (2010), ITFA Best Actress Award for Rowthiram (2011), TV9 TSR National Award (2015), and Santosham Film Awards (2015).
She is a trained Kathak dancer and has learned the skill from famous Kathak dancer- Shovana Narayan.