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Sneha Telugu

Sneha, brought into the world 12 October 1981, is an Indian film entertainer working in the South Indian movie industry. She appeared in the Malayalam movie Ingane Oru Nilapakshi (2000), coordinated by Anil – Babu and was later marked for the Tamil film Virumbugiren, however it was just discharged two years after the fact. She began getting offers in Tamil and moved her concentration to Kollywood; and the film Ennavale, where she featured inverse R. Madhavan, was discharged first around the same time. She had her first business accomplishment with Aanandham in the year 2001. She wound up one of Tamil film's contemporary lead entertainers during the 2000s, after appearances in a few industrially fruitful movies. She appeared in Telugu in the year 2001 with the bilingual film Priyamaina Neeku, which was a business achievement and was likewise shot in Tamil as Kadhal Sugamanathu. Following this, she showed up in some Tollywood films. She additionally showed up in Malayalam movies, for example, Thuruppu Gulan, Shikkar, The Hunt, Pramaani, and The Great Father. She has additionally showed up in a couple of Kannada language films. She has won a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress – Tamil for her presentation in Unnai Ninaithu (Autograph) (2002), Vijay Award for Best Actress, Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress twice, in 2001 for her exhibitions in the movies Virumbugiren, Aanandham and Punnagai Desam; and later for Pirivom Santhippom (2008). She has likewise won Nandi Special Jury Award for her exhibition in the motion picture Radha Gopalam.

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Sneha Telugu Telugu Actress