Sriya Reddy is an Indian film actress mainly performed in Tamil and Telugu films. She has also worked as an anchor in television serials and previously worked as video Jockey. She made her debut in the film industry after winning the VJ hunt by SS music and later started hosting TV shows like Connect and Phonetastic. She made a maiden debut in the film Appudaappuda but unfortunately the film failed to gain momentum in theatres. However, she appeared in 2004’s Black in which she played the role of village woman completely contrary to her main role in real life.

Sriya Reddy has also played the role of a rich girl in an English film ’19 Revolutions’. Chicago-based Shridhar Reddy directed the film. The film did quite well in U.S. She has made debut in Samurai in 2002 and later in Black, Thimiru and Kanchivaram are probably the best of her works. She has also appeared in Priyadarshan artistic film Kanchivaram, which was well appreciated by the audience and achieved good ratings. The film was later honoured with National film awards while Sriya received a nomination for Film Fare Awards and Vijay Awards. The actress is currently (2015) filming two Tamil films Andaava Kaanom and Sila Samayangalil, which are will be in the theatres in the year 2016.


Subiksha Krishnan is a South Indian actress and Classical Indian Dancer, who has starred in various Tamil, Telegu, Malayalam and Kannada movies. She was born as Abinaya Krishnamoorthi in the Bellary region of Karnataka. Subiksha made her debut into films in 2013 with the Tamil film Annakodi which was written and directed by P. Bharathiraja in which she played a supporting role and has now appeared in more than ten films.  Her Malayalam Debut was with the movie Olipporu, which was directed by A.V. Sasidharan. Her other prominent cinemas include Kanthari, Njanara Mon, and Lord Livingston 7000 Kandi. In her movie, ATM (Any Time Money) directed by Jespal Shanmughan, she plays the role of a traditional girl. This movie also stars Bollywood actor Jackie Shroff. In her 2014 film, Ninnaithan Yaaro, Subiksha played the role of a software engineer. She also assessed the female lead in the movie Anjana Gandu in which her performance met with mixed reviews. SIFY wrote that ‘’though she doesn't mesmerize the audience, her potential as an actor is visible’’. Other than Cinema, Subiksha is well-trained in the art of Classical Indian Dance and has completed the Aadal Kalaimani course in Bharatanatyam. She receives this attribute from her mother who is also a Classical Dance teacher in Bellary. She will now be appearing in an English feature film Drawing Blood in which she plays the role of a north-eastern girl. In an interview, Subiksha stated that the movie had come out well, and she is also expecting an award for it. Her other upcoming pictures include Celebration, Girls, and Ra Ra Rajasekhar.

Subiksha Tamil Actress