Haripriya Wiki, Biography, Age, Boyfriend, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Haripriya Wiki and Biography: Popular Indian actress and model Hariprriya, also known as Shruthi Chandrasena, is best known for her work in Kannada movies, though she has also appeared in a small number of Tamil and Telugu films. Hariprriya rose to fame in Kannada cinema after appearing in movies like Ugramm, Ranna, Ricky, Neer Dose, Bharjari, Samhaara, Life Jothe Ondh Selfie, Bell Bottom, D/O Parvathamma, and Bicchugatti: Chapter 1 Dalvayi Dange.


HaripriyaHaripriya Wiki: Biography, Age, Boyfriend, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Real Name Shruthi Chandrasena
Nick Name Kannada Beauty
Profession Actress
Famous For Acting
Husband Name Unmarried
Physical Status
Age 31 Years
Height 5 feet 7 inches
Weight 62 Kgs
Eye Color Brown
Hair Color Black
Personal Information
Date of Birth 29 October 1991
Birth Place Chikkaballapur, Karnataka, India
Zodiac Sign Leo
Nationality Indian
School Name NA
College Name Vidya Mandir college, Bangalore
Qualifications NA
Family Profile
Father Name Khushi Murali
Mother Name NA
Siblings NA
Career Actress
Source of Income Movies, Commercials
Appeared In Movies, Commercials
Net Worth Salary 12 Crores+(Approx.)

Haripriya Biography

Haripriya Education

Hariprriya completed her high school education from Vidya Mandir college, Bangalore.

Haripriya Early Life

Hariprriya was born in Chikkaballapur, India, on October 29, 1991. After completing her official studies, she joined right away in a Bharatanatyam dance academy. She attended a prep high school in Bangalore, where the family eventually made their home.

For numerological reasons, Shruthi’s mother proposed her change her name from Haripriya to Harriprriya in 2013, but she resisted. “My mother asked that I modify the spelling,” she said, elaborating on her choice.

Before relocating to Bangalore with her family to complete her pre-university studies, Haripriya was raised in Chikkaballapur, where she also completed high school and received training in Bharatanatyam.

Haripriya Career

Haripriya has already participated in a number of shows. She was cast as the lead female in the Tulu movie Badi by director Richard Castelino after seeing her in programme stills while she was a senior in high school. Her debut Kannada film appearance was in Manasugula Mathu Madhura (2008), and she subsequently made an appearance in Vasanthakala. She was nominated for Best Kannada Actress at the 2009 Filmfare Awards for her work in the political satire Kallara Santhe.

Her subsequent film, Cheluveye Ninne Nodalu, received positive reviews and helped establish Haripriya as a household figure in Karnataka. She made her film debuts in Telugu and Tamil in 2010, both with the somewhat successful Thakita Thakita and Kanagavel Kaaka, both directed by Bhumika Chawla. Following that, she focused on Tamil and Telugu movies like Cheran’s Muran and Pilla Zamindar.

She returned to Kannada film for the 2014 gangster movie Ugramm. Haripriya performed “a strong performance,” according to The New Indian Express, and she is “natural in her act.” She made a “sensational comeback to Kannada films,” according to reviewers, and the movie was a financial success.

According to Sify, Ugramm “did miracles to Haripriya.” More Kannada films were subsequently offered to the actress. After Ugram’s commercial success, she grew to be one of the most in-demand actresses in the Kannada film industry, and she went on to star in movies like Ranna, Ricky, and the comedy Bullet Basya.

After the box office success of the movie Neer Dose, she rose to become one of the most well-known heroines in Kannada cinema. After Neer Dose, she was given countless invitations to play a variety of parts. She portrayed North Karnataka native Haasini opposite Dhruva Sarja in Bharjari, which was her only film outing in 2017. They had already collaborated on the movie Ranna, therefore this was their second project together.

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