Avantika Vandanapu

Other names of Avantika Vandanapu: Avanthika Vandana
Avantika Vandanapu Telugu Actress

Avantika Vandanapu, born and brought up in America, California, had become famous when she starred as the hero’s cousin in Brahmostavam, a Telugu film, released in 2016. Due to some schedule conflicts, she didn’t appear in “Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gatha”, which released in 2015. Avantika was born on January 1st 2005 to Anupama Reddy Chintala and Srikanth Vandanapu and is currently studying in sixth standard in North America. She was always an active kid and she started taking classes for semi-classical dance when she was five years old.

In 2012, she also participated in Dance India Dance (Lil Masters), held in North America by ZeeTv and she came second in the show. After Brahmostavam, she signed two more projects and starred in the movies “ Oxygen Click to look into! >> Read More... Oxygen ” and “ Premam Click to look into! >> Read More... Premam ”. Besides films, Avantika has also acted in short films like “Swecha”, which released in 2016 and “Praja Hakku” released in 2017 and also won Best Actress Award in the Cosmic Cine short film fest for the latter one. “Praja Hakku” also got nominated for another fest i.e.Chitrapuri Film festival.

She is a very talented kid and has also interviewed famous actors, like Mahesh Babu Born on 9 August 1975 in Chennai, Mahesh Ghattaman >> Read More... Mahesh Babu and Kajal Agarwal for the promotions of film Brahmostavam. Not only acting, she had also won around 20 awards, till date, in various competitions. Once, she appeared in the advertisement for Siri Bhoomi Developers, when she was a kid. Not only she starred in Telugu films, she acted in one of the famous Kannada movies,“ Manamantha Click to look into! >> Read More... Manamantha ” in 2016, alongside the very popular actor Mohan Lal. One of the popular bloggers, Azzu Azharudhin has appreciated Avantika’s dance, acting and anchoring in various films and programs on his blog.

Her achievements were also featured in Indian Express newspaper in the “Expresso” column under the article named, “Children on the fast track”. Being born and bred in America, she still is a traditional Telugu girl from heart, with so many talents. She sings beautifully, dances well, acts and anchors. She is that kind of kid whom you call an all rounder.