Indian film actress & singer Shruti Haasan
Indian film actress & singer Shruti Haasan was born on 28 January 1986 in Chennai. She was born on 28 January 1986, in Tamil Nadu. She received her education from Abacus Montessori School. Later on, she received her degree in psychology. She was moved to the United States to learn music from the Hollywood Music School in California.
Shruti Haasan is a popular Indian actress, a musician who performed in several Telugu, Hindi, and Tamil cinema industries. As a child artist actress, she worked in her dad’s movie called ‘Hey Ram’. She did her debut appearance for acting for the Hindi film called ‘Luck’ which was released in the year 2009. She later moved on to perform in several Telugu movies like Ohio My Friend, Anaganaga O Dheerudu, Balupu, Gabbar Singh, Sriman thudu, Race Gurram, and many more movies. Shruti has also starred in numerous blockbusters Bollywood Hindi film industry movies.
Shruti Haasan has started her profession as a musician and later shifted to acting. She made her initial singing debut appearance when she was just 6 years old. While pursuing her education in school, she worked her singing debut appearance in the popular Hindi movie called Chachi 420, conducted by her father, who also directed this movie. In the year 2011, she began her Telugu debut appearance besides actor Siddharth in the movie called ‘Anaganaga O Dheerudu.’ The movie initiated a great break, and she gained great recognition from experts.
She performed on the silver screen for the initial period in the Tamil-Hindi movie called ‘Hey Ram’ which was released in the year 2000, directed by Kamal Haasan. She performed the part of a girl called Vallabhbhai Patel’s daughter in this movie. She debuted as a principal actress in the multi-cast Hindi movie called, ‘Luck.’ Her teenage friend, the actor Imran Khan, who was likewise one of the artists in the movie, recommended her name to the producers of this movie. The film rounded out to be a flutter, and she earned tremendous criticism from various distinguished Indian movie critics for her bad performance abilities.