Curvaceous Shriya Saran, who hasn’t many Tamil films on her hands except Simbu’s upcoming venture Anbanavan Adangadhavan Asaradhavan, recently vacationed in Maldives by swimming with a few (lucky) sharks!
In a recent interview, Anabanavan Asaradhavan Adangadhavan (AAA) director Adhik Ravichandran, who is best known for his debut film Trisha Iliana Nayanthara has revealed that Shriya Saran will be seen plying a middle aged women in the film and it …
Shriya has been signed to play one of the female leads in Simbu’s Anbanavan Asaradhavan Adangathavan with director Adhik Ravichandran. The team is also planning to rope in two more newcomers as female leads.
Shriya Saran is playing a mother of two (one among them is a teenaged girl) in ‘Drishyam’, a remake of a Malayalam super hit of the same title. (Kamal Haasan is currently doing it in Tamil as ‘Paapanasam’.)
With his second directorial venture ‘Shivaay’ being put on the backburner for some time, actor Ajay Devgn has given his nod to director Nishikant Kamat to start shooting for the Hindi remake of ‘Drishyam’.
Shriya Saran spent quality time at the contemporary art fiesta Kochi Muziris Biennale recently, and described that she felt as if she was inside a wonderland.
Shriya Saran wowed the Telugu audience, by playing mother to a 10-year-old child in the recently released ‘Gopala Gopala’, which has Pawan Kalyan and Venkatesh in the lead.
Shriya Saran, is not finding favour with makers of Tamil films for the past few years. The actress, however, found some solace in Tollywood where she was paired up opposite Venkatesh in the recent Telugu hit film Gopala Gopala, a …
Actress Shriya Saran may have missed the opportunity to make a comeback in Tamil industry with Bala’s upcoming film as reported earlier. But now as per sources the Sivaji heroine will be pairing up with Ameer, who is one of …
Actress Shriya Saran is making a comeback to Tamil silver screen today. The Tamil version of her bilingual film Chandra is being released by Abirami Ramanathan all over Tamilnadu.