Samridhi Shukla is an Indian actress, voiceover artist, and dubbing artist. She was born on November 14, 1995, in Uttar Pradesh, India. She belongs to a family of actors; her father, Pawan Shukla, was a voiceover artist and part of the famous show Mahabharat, and her grandmother was also an actor. Samridhi made her television debut with the Hindi serial Savi Ki Savaari on Colors TV in 2022 and appeared in the Kannada movie Taj Mahal 2 in the same year. She has done voice acting for several years in Hindi and English for various movies and series.
Some of her notable works as a voiceover artist and dubbing artist include
(2005), the animated series (2018), in which she did voice acting in 213 episodes, the animated series Painting with Bheem (2019), and the famous animated movie Stand by Me (2021), in which she played the character of Doraemon. She did English dubbing for various Hindi movies such as Gunjan Saxena (2020), Ghost Stories (2020), Looop Lapeta (2022), Bulbbul (2020), Raat Akeli Hai (2020), Haseen Dilruba (2021), and many more. She did Hindi dubbing of English movies and series such as 13 Reasons Why (2017), Deadpool (2016), Lucifer (2016),
(2018), Project Power (2020), Matrix Resurrections (2021), and many more.
Samridhi Shukla has a younger sister named Aroohi Shukla. When she was eleven, she did her first voice-over. She provided her voice for the character of a child in one of the episodes of the television show “Sai Baba,” aired on StarPlus in 2005. In 2017, Samridhi Shukla voiced the role of Hannah Baker in “13 Reasons Why,” the Hindi version of the Netflix web series. The following year, she featured as a voice-over artist for the Hindi dubbing of the Hollywood film titled “Mortal Engines.” In 2018, she did a voice-over for the cartoon character Little Singham (Ajay) in the Hindi animated series “Little Singham,” aired on Discovery Kids and Pogo channel. The same year, Samridhi Shukla has done the voice-over in the Hindi version of the Hollywood film “
” for the role of Charlie Watson. The role was originally portrayed by
in the film. In 2019, Samridhi Shukla voiced the role of Mili in the Hindi animated series “
,” which was aired on Nickelodeon Sonic. The same year, she worked as a voice-over artist for Netflix’s first animated series “Mighty Little Bheem.” The series was the fourth spin-off of the popular animated series “Chota Bheem.” In 2020, she did a voice-over for the role of Gunjan Saxena for the English version of the Bollywood film “Gunjan Saxena.” The role was originally portrayed by Jhanvi Kapoor. As the character’s voiceover artist, Samridhi Shukla voiced the role of Doraemon by replacing
in 2020. Besides her contributions to Hindi animated series, she has also done many voice-overs for the Hindi versions of many English animated series, such as “Teen Titans Go!” (2003), “Kung Fu Panda: The Paws of Destiny” (2018), and “Wishenpoof!” (2014).
Samridhi Shukla voiced the role of Ayesha in the English version of the Bollywood film “Torbaaz,” which was originally essayed by
in the film. In 2020, she provided her voice-over in the Hindi version of the web series “Tiny Pretty Things” for the role of Neveah, which was originally portrayed by Kylie Jefferson. She did voice-over for the Hindi version of many web series, including “The Crown” (2016), “
” (2016), “Just Add Magic” (2015), and “
” (2019). Samridhi Shukla started her YouTube channel titled “Sumriddhi Shukla – Topic” in May 2020. She uploaded videos based on moral stories narrated by her on the channel. Her first video was related to the topic “All About Diwali” on the channel. In 2021, Samridhi Shukla was dubbed for the English version of “Ajeeb Daastaans,” the Hindi anthology film. Apart from her work in web series, films, and animated series, she has provided her voice to many podcast programs. She did a voice-over in the podcast “Jai Bajrangi” for the role of Sita in 2021.
Samridhi Shukla Family Tree (Infographic Family Tree)