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Sneha
Born Suhasini Rajaram Naidu
October 12, 1981 (1981-10-12) (age 28)
Mumbai, Maharastra , India
Other name(s) Punnagai Ilavarasi (Princess of Smile)
Occupation Film Actress
Years active 2001 - present
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Suhasini "Sneha" Rajaram (Tamil: சுகாசினி "சினேகா" ராஜாராம்; born 12 October 1981) is an Indian film actress. She has acted in several Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada language films. She debuted in the 2001 Malayalam film Ingane Oru Nilapakshi, directed by Fazil. Her first commercial success was in her Tamil film Aanandham, which was the second film in her career.

Sneha has won one Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Unnai Ninaithu (2002) and has been nominated twice for a Filmfare Best Actress Award. She has also received the Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress twice for her performances in the films Virumbugiren, Aanandham, Punnagai Desam (2001) and Pirivom Santhippom (2008). She also received her Nandi Award in the year 2005 for her performance in the movie Radha Gopalam and Kalaimamani Award from the State of Tamil Nadu in the year 2006.

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Early Life

Born to Rajaram and Padmavathy Rajaram, in Mumbai, Maharashtra as Suhasini Rajaram to a Telugu Family and later she was brought up in Dubai. She completed her schooling in Dubai. Though her mother hails from Rajamundry, Andhra Pradesh, they got settled in Panruti, Tamil Nadu. She has a sister Sangeetha and two brothers. Her sister is a Fashion Designer, got married and have a son named Nithin.

Career

Sneha, began her film career in the 2001 Malayalam film Ingane Oru Nilapakshi in a supporting role, however her major breakthrough came later that year in a Tamil language film, Ennavale opposite Madhavan. Later that year, she starred in the film, Aanandham as well as K. Balachandar's, Parthale Paravasam. She finished the year with a foray into Telugu cinema, making two appearances in notable films. Priyamaina Neeku was her first film in Telugu. It went on to be a block buster.

A total of 8 films, were released in 2002 including her second major hit in Telugu with Hanuman Junction as well as other hits in Unnai Ninaithu and April Madhathil. Prestigious films with top actors also followed, such as King and Pammal K. Sambandam with Vikram and Kamal Haasan respectively. After a successful previous year, Sneha acted in only two films in 2003. The first being Vaseegara with Vijay, the second being a heroine-oriented double role in Parthiban Kanavu. The film became a commercial hit as well as winning plaudits for Sneha's portrayal of the double role.

The year 2004 was a mixed year for the actress, with Jana, Bose, Venky and Adhu, a horror film, all failing at the box-office. However, Vasool Raja MBBS opposite Kamal Haasan became a blockbuster, while Autograph was a box-office hit which won critical acclaim.

The year 2005 and 2006 was a good year for the actress, with Sankranthi with Venkatesh, Radha Gopalam with Srikanth, Sri Ramadasu with Nagarjuna, Thuruppu Gulan with Mammootty and Pudhupettai with Dhanush winning plaudits at box office, while others released in the respective years turning as average grossers at the box office. With Thuruppu Gulan she paired with the Malayalam Super Star Mammootty. In the year 2006, she made her debut into Kannada film industry through Ravi Shastri. With that she covered all the South Indian languages.

The year 2007 was a successful year for the actress with all her releases turning out to be block busters. She had Madhumasam, Naan Avanillai, Pallikoodam and Maharadhi turning out to be super hits.

In the year 2008, Sneha won many plaudits for her performance through her Heroine-Oriented film Pirivom Santhippom with Cheran. She paired with Silambarasan in the movie Silambattam which gave her a commercial success and with a Cameo appearance in the movie Kuselan with Super Star Rajini Kanth, she completed 50 Films within a short span and also got a chance to share her screen space with Super Star. She tried a glamorous role with Pandi and Inba, while both turning out to be average grossers. Her Telugu films Nee Sukhame Ne Korukunna and Pandurangadu turned out to be average grossers while Adivishnu flopped at the box office.

The year 2009 was totally different for the actress with the Social Thriller film Achchamundu Achchamundu with the Hollywood star John Shea appearing in a villainous role with Prasanna as her pair. Then she had Amaravathi, again a Thriller film of different Genre. Both won many plaudits for the bold theme of Pedophiles and Womb stealing respectively. The former film won many awards in the International Panorama.

In 2010, with Venkat Prabhu's Goa, she again forayed into Glamorous Ultra-Modern chick role with a few Grey shades. Then she shared her screen space for the first time with Vishal through a Cameo appearance in the movie Theeratha Vilayattu Pillai. She has continuous films with Mammootty lined up for the release in the year 2010 Aruvadai, Pramaani and Pokkiri Raja. The most awaited Bhavani IPS is also gearing up for the release, where she appears as a tough Police Officer.

She also appeared in so many commercial ads like Saravana Stores, Roobini Oil, Aashirvadh, Idhayam Dots, Joy Aalukkas etc. She owns a Marriage Hall in Panruti.

Filmography

Year Film Language Role Notes
2001 Ingane Oru Nilapakshi Malayalam Manasi
Ennavale Tamil Lakshmi
Aanandham Tamil Viji Winner, Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress also for Virumbugiren and Unnai Ninaithu
Parthale Paravasam Tamil Chella
Priyamaina Neeku Telugu Sandhya
Tholi Valapu Telugu Soumya
2002 Virumbugiren Tamil Thavamani Winner, Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress also for Aanandham and Unnai Ninaithu
Yei! Nee Romba Azhagey Irruke Tamil Raji
Hanuman Junction Telugu Meenkashi
Unnai Ninaithu Tamil Radha Winner, Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress
King Tamil Tamizh
Punnagai Desam Tamil Priya Winner, Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress also for Aanandham and Virumbugiren
Pammal K. Sambandam Tamil Malathi Anand
April Madhathil Tamil Swetha
2003 Vaseegara Tamil Priya Vishwanathan
Parthiban Kanavu Tamil Sathya,
Janani
Nominated: Filmfare Best Actress Award
2004 Vasool Raja MBBS Tamil Janaki Vishwanathan
Jana Tamil Manimegalai
Bose Tamil Charu
Autograph Tamil Divya
Adhu Tamil Meera
Venky Telugu Sravani
2005 Aayudham Tamil Maha
Sankranthi Telugu Kalyani
Radha Gopalam Telugu Radha Winner, Nandi Special Jury Award
Chinna Tamil Gayithri Vikram
ABCD Tamil Chandra
That is Pandu Telugu Anjali
2006 Sri Ramadasu Telugu Kamala Winner, CineMAA Award for Best Actress (Jury)
Evandoy Sreevaru Telugu Divya
Thuruppu Gulan Malayalam Lakshmi
Pudhupettai Tamil Krishnaveni
Ravi Shastri Kannada Bhanu
Manasu Palike Mouna Raagam Telugu Gowri
2007 Maharadhi Telugu Bhairavi
Madhumasam Telugu Hamsa Vahini
Naan Avanillai Tamil Anjali
Pallikoodam Tamil Kokila Vetrivel
2008 Pirivom Santhippom Tamil Visalakshi Nadesan Winner, Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress
Winner, ITFA Dream Girl Award
Winner, Vijay Award for Best Actress
Nominated: Filmfare Best Actress Award
Inba Tamil Priya
Nee Sukhame Ne Korukunna Telugu Swapna
Pandi Tamil
Telugu
Bhuvana Simultaneously made in Telugu as Pardhoo
Pandurangadu Telugu Lakshmi
Kuselan Tamil
Telugu
Sneha Cameo appearance
Simultaneously made in Telugu as Kathanayakudu
Adivishnu Telugu Anjali
Silambattam Tamil Gayathri
2009 Achchamundu! Achchamundu! Tamil
English
Malini Kumar
Amaravathi Telugu Latha Venkat
2010 Goa Tamil Suhasini Fernando
Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai Tamil Dr. Ramya Cameo appearance
Bhavani IPS Tamil
Telugu
Bhavani Filming
Aruvadai Tamil
Malayalam
Nandini Gopalakrishnan Filming
Being simultaneously made in Malayalam as Vande Mataram
Angaadi Theru Tamil Sneha Cameo appearance
Filming
Murattu Kaalai Tamil Filming
Pramaani Malayalam Janaki [1]
Filming
Ponnar Shankar Tamil Arukanni Filming
Nootrukku Nooru Tamil Geetha Filming
Pokkiri Raja Malayalam Filming
Vidiyal Tamil Filming

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