Anushka Shetty Height Weight Bra Size Age Biography Family Wiki Net Worth, Affairs, Marriage & much more. Sweety Shetty (born 7 November 1981), known by her stage name Anushka Shetty, is an Indian actress and model who predominantly works in the Telugu and Tamil film industries. She has received several accolades, including three CineMAA Awards, a Nandi Award, TN State Film Awards and three Filmfare Awards from eight nominations. Anushka, who has appeared in 47 films, is one of the highest-paid actresses in India and is popularly referred as Lady Superstar of South Indian cinema.
She made her acting debut with the 2005 Telugu film Super, which garnered her a Filmfare Best Supporting Actress – Telugu nomination. The following year, she starred in S. S. Rajamouli’s Vikramarkudu, which went to become a major commercial success. Her further releases Lakshyam (2007) and Souryam (2008), and Chintakayala Ravi (2008) were also box office successes. In 2009, Shetty played dual roles in the Telugu dark fantasy film Arundhati, which garnered her critical acclaim and several awards, including her first Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu, Nandi Award, CineMAA Award for Best Actress. The following year, Shetty’s portrayal of a prostitute in the acclaimed drama Vedam won her a second consecutive Best Actress Award from Filmfare and CineMaa Award. Following the success of a series of films, she established herself as one of the leading actresses of Telugu cinema.
In the 2010s, Shetty also achieved success in Tamil cinema with starring roles in the action films such as Vettaikaran (2009), Singam (2010), Singam II (2013), and Yennai Arindhaal (2015), all of which were major commercial successes. She continued to draw praise from critics with her leading performances in the dramas Vaanam (2011), Deiva Thirumagal (2011) and Size Zero (2015). She portrayed the titular Queen in the 2015 epic historical fiction Rudramadevi, which won her the third Filmfare Award for Best Actress- Telugu. Shetty’s portrayal of Princess Devasena in the Baahubali series (2015–17) received widespread acclaim. While The Beginning (2015) is the seventh highest-grossing Indian film, its sequel The Conclusion (2017) is the second highest-grossing Indian film of all time and also made her the highest-paid actress in South Indian cinema.
Early life and Education
Sweety Shetty was born on 7 November 1981 in Mangalore, Karnataka. She is an ethnic Tuluva hailing from Tulu-speaking Bunt family from Bellipady village in Puttur taluk of Dakshina Kannada district. Her parents are Prafulla and A. N. Vittal Shetty and she has two elder brothers, Gunaranjan Shetty and Sai Ramesh Shetty. Anushka received her Bachelor of Computer Applications from Mount Carmel College in Bangalore. She was also a yoga instructor, trained under Bharat Thakur.
Regarding her personal life, Anushka Shetty is known to be a private person and prefers to keep her personal life away from the media limelight. She has not publicly spoken much about her family or relationships.
However, there have been rumors in the media linking her romantically to some of her co-stars, such as Prabhas, with whom she has appeared in several films, but Anushka has never confirmed or denied these rumors.
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Anushka is known to be a fitness enthusiast and practices yoga regularly. She has also been involved in philanthropic activities, particularly in the area of promoting animal welfare.
Overall, Anushka Shetty maintains a low profile when it comes to her personal life and tries to keep her focus on her work as an actress.
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Anushka Shetty is an Indian actress who appears in Telugu and Tamil films. She made her acting debut in Puri Jagannadh’s 2005 Telugu film Super, and appeared in Mahanandi, released later the same year. The following year, she had four releases, the first being S. S. Rajamouli’s Vikramarkudu, which helped her gain recognition, followed by Astram (a remake of the 1999 Hindi film Sarfarosh), the Sundar C.-directed Rendu, (which marked her debut in Tamil cinema), and a special appearance in AR Murugadoss’ Telugu film Stalin. She had two releases in 2007: Lakshyam and Don. In 2008, she appeared in six films, including Okka Magaadu, Swagatam and Souryam. In 2009, Shetty played two roles in the fantasy Arundhati. She went on to win the Nandi Special Jury Award and the Filmfare Best Telugu Actress Award for this film. Her next release that year was Billa, a Telugu remake of the 2007 Tamil film of the same name. Her final release in 2009 was her second Tamil feature film, the masala film Vettaikaaran, where she appeared as a medical student.
Shetty had a string of releases in 2010. She portrayed a prostitute in Krish’s Vedam, which won her the Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Actress. Despite critical acclaim, the film failed at the box office. None of her other releases in 2010 succeeded commercially, except for her sole Tamil release of the year, the masala Singam. The following year, Anushka had two releases, both in Tamil. She reprised her Vedam role in its remake Vaanam, then appeared as an advocate in the A. L. Vijay-directed Deiva Thirumagal, a loose adaptation of the American film I Am Sam (2001). The following year, she also had two releases: Thaandavam in Tamil, and Damarukam in Telugu. Her first release in 2013 was Suraj’s Tamil masala Alex Pandian, a critical and commercial failure. This was followed by Mirchi in Telugu, Singam II (where she reprised her role from Singam), and Selvaraghavan’s Tamil romantic fantasy Irandaam Ulagam where she played three distinct roles. Her sole release of 2014 was K. S. Ravikumar’s Lingaa.
In 2015, Shetty appeared in Gautham Vasudev Menon’s Yennai Arindhaal, followed by Rajamouli’s Telugu-Tamil bilingual Baahubali: The Beginning, where she played a queen named Devasena. Her performance as Rudrama Devi, a monarch of the Kakatiya dynasty in the eponymous film won her the Filmfare Award for Best Telugu Actress. She then appeared in the Telugu romantic comedy Size Zero (filmed simultaneously in Tamil as Inji Iduppazhagi), in a role for which she gained 20 kilograms (44 lb) of weight. Her only roles in 2016 were cameos in Soggade Chinni Nayanaand Oopiri (filmed in Tamil as Thozha). The following year, she appeared in Si3 (the third film in the Singam series), the semi-biographical Om Namo Venkatesaya, where she played a character inspired by Andal, and Rajamouli’s Telugu-Tamil bilingual Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, where she reprised her role from its predecessor. Her only release in 2018 was the Telugu-Tamil-malayalam trilingual Bhaagamathie.
|Stalin||Herself||Telugu||Special appearance in the song “I Wanna Spider Man”|
|King||Herself||Telugu||Special appearance in the song “Nuvvu Ready Nenu Ready”|
|2009||Arundhati||Arundhati / Jejamma||Telugu|
|Panchakshari||Panchakshari / Honey||Telugu|
|Thakita Thakita||Herself||Telugu||Cameo appearance|
|Deiva Thirumagal||Anuradha Raghunathan||Tamil|
|Thaandavam||Dr.Meenakshi Shiva Kumar||Tamil|
|Singam II||Kavya Mahalingam||Tamil|
|Irandaam Ulagam||Ramya / Varna / Unnamed woman||Tamil|
|Baahubali: The Beginning||Devasena||Telugu|
|Rudhramadevi||Rudrama Devi (Rudradeva Maharaja)||Telugu|
|Size Zero||Soundarya (Sweety)||Telugu|
|2016||Soggade Chinni Nayana||Krishna Kumari||Telugu|
|2017||Singam 3 /Si3||Kavya Durai Singam||Tamil|
|Om Namo Venkatesaya||Krishnamma||Telugu|
|Baahubali 2: The Conclusion||Devasena||Telugu|
|2018||Bhaagamathie||Bhaagamathie / Chanchala||Telugu|
|Bhaagamathie / Chanchala||Malayalam|
|Bhaagamathie / Sanchala||Tamil|
|2019||Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy||Rani Lakshmi Bai||Telugu|