Sanjay Jayaraman is an Indian-dancer-turned-actor. Dancing is his passion; in fact, he joined the 3rd season of the reality dance show, Jodi No. 1 and bagged the Best Individual Performer Award. After that, he juggled between Argentina and Brazil to conduct dance workshops and promote the Bollywood dance styles (Kuthu). Though dancing is his passion, he always wanted to become an actor, so he took an acting course at the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles. After that, he acted in Usman Sarjun’s Tamil short film entitled Kolza – The Rape, which was broadcasted on Bench Culture, a YouTube channel by Karthik Subbaraj.

He also acted and directed a video entitled Yellow Horizon, which was shot in Hong Kong. He also showcased the difference between the contemporary and traditional dance forms through his video entitled Acceptance. This video was selected at the Screenance Festival, which was held in Barcelona, Spain. Sanjay is all set to make his film debut with CV Kumar’s yet-to-be-titled film, which will have Kalaiyarasan, Sshivada, and Janani Iyer With her beautiful eyes and charismatic onscreen p >> Read More... in the lead roles. He also donned two short films entitled Disconnected and The Maid, under LV Prasad Film Academy.

Ranjini Hariharan Tamil Actress

Ranjini Hariharan

To be a professional dancer and actor is hard enough and to do so at an extremely young age seems almost impossible but not for Ranjini Hariharan. Born on 1991, this remarkable woman had already begun applying for roles on the screen when she was a  child, their her long hair got noticed. She had sent an application to a coordinator for a modeling agency and was selected for a shampoo commercial. Her knowing classical dance was a lot of help back in that audition. She had acted in a lot of movies like Nila Kaalam, Pandavar Bhoomi, Thendral, and Naan Kadavul. She went to college at MOP Vaishnav college and there she had her fair share of hardship, traveling by buses and autos. She also got a job in a bank for two years after graduation.Then she threw herself into her passion: anchoring, singing and teaching Carnatic music, modeling and teaching classical dance forms. She had been living in Hyderabad since 2014 with her husband. Ranjini is still in touch with her passion, she teaches dance now at Silver Oaks School. She also runs a dance academy class in the evening and takes long-distance classical music classes for her students in Chennai over Skype. She is famous and lot of her modeling pictures are on the textile industries of hyderabad, this is also how her students recognize her. She is now 26 and still very active in her life.In fact, many of her videos are on the internet, where she has choreographed and sometimes even performed in dance put up by the school in which she works. She has danced in Happy Streets, and a Telugu Patriotic song, Mana Desam also put up by Silver Oaks School.