Some Lesser Known Facts About Shriya Saran
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- Can Shriya Saran smoke? : Not known
- Can Shriya Saran beverage alcohol? : Not known
- Shriya produced her first screen appearance from the Renoo Nathan’s debut album YehYaarana by incorporating in the tune ThiraktiKyunHawa.
- She subsequently acquired a breakthrough role in 2001 at the Telugu Movie Ishtam, wherein she played the lead character of Neha.
- She’s worked in Various languages like Hindi, English, Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada.
- She’s a trained Kathak dancer and has heard the ability from famous Kathak dancer- ShovanaNarayan.shovana-narayan
- In 2003, she hosted the 50th Filmfare South Awards together With celebrity R. Madhavan.
- She engaged in Tamil director Mani Ratnam’s point Series Netru, Indru and Naalai.
- She’s featured in a Variety of commercials of hot Brands such as LUX, Head & Shoulders, Saravana Stores, Kalyan, Vvd hair Oil, Parachute Jasmine Hair Oil, etc..
- She had been the first celebrity and also the third star later Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan to provide a lecture to students in the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.
- She also gave a lecture to students in 2011 in the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras about the foundation of movies.
- In 2011, she started a spa named Shree Spa at Mumbai that Is conducted by the visually challenged.shree-spa
- She’s a new ambassador for its Naandi base and For the Save A Child’s Heart (SACH) base.
- She was also the brand ambassador of Celebrity Cricket League for the first 2 seasons.
- She won a few awards for the Best Actress, for example South Scope Style Award (2008), Amrita Mathrubhumi Award (2010), ITFA Greatest Actress Award for Rowthiram (2011), TV9 TSR National Award (2015), and Santosham Film Awards (2015).
Furthermore, she was respected by a few popular Awards viz. T. Subbarami Reddy Lalitha Kala Parishath Award for Contributions Into Telugu Cinema at 2010, GR8 Girls’s celebrity in 2014, respectively