One of the first female film actresses to make a name for herself in India, Shruti Haasan was trained at a very young age in cinema and has gone on to hone her skills in films both Hindi and Telugu. She has also acted in some television serials too. She is best known for her brilliant performances in Apoorji (Kamal Amrohi), Mankatha (Situ Dhraga), Bhumika in Apoorji (Bhumika Guddi), Jannu in Apoorji (Jannu Guddi), Humko in Bhumika (Bhumika Guddi), Satya in Humko (satyaatra), Apoorji 2 in Apoorji (Apoorji 2: The Children Of Paradise), Baahubali in Baahubali, Kannan in Kannan: The Game, and Arogyaar in Baahubali. She later appeared in Apoorji 3: Children Of Paradise as well.
Shruti Haasan’s real life is interesting and was recently chronicled in an article in Mail Order Bride. She was born in Chennai and moved to Hyderabad when she was very young. Her parents were both cooks, and her mother learned to cook from her father, who then taught her the art of cooking at home. Her career began early, and after a few years in cinema, she decided to get into acting. She went on to appear in a number of Telugu movies, including Tamil Baadabs and Kamal Haasan in Humko.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||34 B|
|Waist Size||28 Inches|
|Hips Size||36 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||34-28-36 Inchesv|
Shruti Haasan’s father, Sarika Thakur, was a prolific writer, whose best-selling novels include Jaitika, which inspired Bharatiya Kumar. His other works include Kambalayan, which was adapted into a hit film by Yash Chopra. Shruti was raised in Chennai, and her sister Aishwarya (bacterium) was also known for her contributions to the family. Aishwarya worked as a dancer in a theatre group, before going onto her acting career. While her sister Aish was successful in both forms of acting, Aishwarya has not yet managed to crack open a big screen role. This is probably because of her appearance, and her accent.
Aishwarya is a fairly tall woman, standing at a reach of 170 cm, and with dark hair and blue eyes. Her skin is pale, and her face is pale as well. Her face is the typical Indian beauty – round and soft features, with the crowning glory being a light brown colour. Her nose is long, and her lips are slightly curved. The left eyelid is thick, while the right one is smaller, giving Aishwarya the typical look of an Asian woman.
Aishwarya is an accomplished woman, having trained as a ballet dancer, an opera singer, and an actress. All these talents have helped her achieve success in her chosen profession and have helped her attain the status of a superstar in her native India. As a result, Aishwarya has managed to maintain a physique that is enviable, and at the same time, a physique that does not leave much to the imagination. She has been compared to the late Madeline Toussaint and Amitabh Bachan, but it is generally agreed that Aishwarya Haasan has managed to change the face of Indian beauty quite effectively. She has set the bar extremely high as an Indian actor, and as such is one of the best-known actresses here in Bollywood.
Her recent films include “Iruvar” (which did not do well at the box office), “Singh saree” (also did not perform well at the box office), and “Kurban” (which did perform okay). Her other films include “Mankatha” and “Chak De! India” (also did alright). Aishwarya is one of those celebrities here in Bollywood who have a very strong social media following and are able to use this platform to promote their career and their personal lives.
Aishwarya is also now working on a Hindi film, which is not surprising, seeing that Hindi films are now doing extremely well worldwide. The film is in pre-production stage and is expected to be released in the next year or so. It is being directed by Shimit Amin, an acclaimed Hindi film director known for his romantic comedy genre. Aishwarya is certainly in a good position to be playing a leading role in a Hindi film, given her past performances and the current popularity of Hindi films in the global market.
Overall, it is clear that Aishwarya Rai is the new face of Indian cinema. She has replaced the aging Shruti Haasan and has brought a freshness and energy to the role that has not been seen in Aishwarya’s past films. She is a likable character, and does not disappoint the viewers, whatever may be her age. I look forward to her more films from now on.