Sneha Age: 40 years
Sneha Age, Biography & Wiki:
Suhasini Rajaram, prominently known by her stage name, Sneha is a beautiful Indian film Actress. She mostly works in the South Indian film industry. She was born on 12 October 1981. Presently, Sneha age is 40 years . She is popular for her role in Priyamaina Neeku (2001). And she has won a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress Tamil for her performance in Unnai Ninaithu (2002), Vijay Award for Best Actress, and Tamil Nadu State Film Award for Best Actress. She has likewise won Nandi Special Jury Award for her performance in the motion picture Radha Gopalam.
Family Info / Early Life:
Sneha was born to Rajaram and Padmavathy and is the most youthful of four kids. Her family moved to Sharjah, United Arab Emirates not long after her birth to the world. The family later settled in Panruti, Cuddalore district, Tamil Nadu where they claimed a marriage corridor called Sneha Mahal, situated on Chennai-Kumbakonam Highway.
Sneha acted in two movies in 2003, Vaseegara with Vijay and a courageous woman arranged double roles in Parthiban Kanavu. both were gigantic victories. She got high acclaim for her performance in Parthiban Kanavu, with The Hindu composition: “Till date, this is the best role that has come Sneha’s direction and the enchanting actress has used the open door well. With make-up or without it, Sneha shines”. In the year 2006, she made her debut in the Kannada film industry through Ravi Shastri, which failed in the cinematic world.
Sneha featured in Naan Avanillai a super hit, while her Telugu films Madhumasam, which run more than 100 days, and Maharadhi and Tamil film Pallikoodam ended up being better than expected grosser in the cinema world. In 2012, she showed up in a visitor role alongside on-screen actor Vikram for the film Marina and as an Air Hostess in an apparent role in the motion picture Oru Kal Oru Kannadi. Her since quite a while ago canned film, Murattu Kaalai, with Sundar C was released on 15 June 2012 to mixed reviews, being her first motion picture post-marriage.
In 2013, she acted in a widely praised motion picture Haridas. The motion picture opened to basic recognition and performed well in the cinematic world. Sneha was selected for Filmfare Best Actress Award for her performance in the motion picture. She has likewise marked a Tamil film to be coordinated by Mohan Raja, nearby Sivakarthikeyan and Nayanthara. Both the motion pictures are in the pre-generation stages. Sneha has additionally been joined to pass judgment on a Tamil unscripted TV show alongside Raadhika. She has 10 days of shoot left in her much-postponed film Vidiyal inverse, R. Sarath Kumar.
She has appeared in many commercials such as Saravana Stores, Horlicks, Roubini Oil, Aashirvaad, Idhayam Dots, Jos Aalukkas, Power Shampoos, Shree Devi Textiles, Preethi Mixi, GRB Udhayam Ghee, Papillon, Vencobb Chicken, Nisha Fairness Cream, Kellogg’s Chocos, Tata Salt, etc. In 2010, she has announced the brand ambassador for Dabur Amla Nelli Hair Oil and Cavin Kare’s Chinni’s Pickle. Post-marriage, Sneha along with her husband Prasanna worked on Univercell commercials which created a viral response. She also appeared in numerous fashion shows such as Chennai International Fashion Week, Sydney Sladen Fashion Week, and other shows which were held in Chennai and Mumbai.
Sneha Husband & Son:
Sneha was paired with Prasanna without precedent for Achchamundu! Achchamundu! (2009). There were various reports in the media on their relationship. Prasanna was seen in the entirety of her modeling appears and both were seen together in movie previews. Even though both denied it as gossip, later, on 9 November 2011, Prasanna declared, “Yes… Sneha and I chose to wed soon with the endowments of our folks.” They got married on 11 May 2012 in Chennai. She as of now lives in Chennai with her better half. On 10 August 2015, she brought forth their child, Vihaan. She declared her second pregnancy in August 2019.
Sneha’s total assets $106 Million as of 2021. She earned the cash being an expert Movie Actress.
|Ingane Oru Nilapakshi (2000)||Ennavale (2000)||Tholi Valapu (2001)|
|Aanandham (2001)||Priyamaina Neeku (2001)||Paarthale Paravasam (2001)|
|Hanuman Junction (2001)||Punnagai Desam (2002)||Unnai Ninaithu (2002)|
|King (2002)||April Madhathil (2002)||Virumbugiren (2002)|
|Vaseegara (2003)||Parthiban Kanavu (2003)||Vasool Raja MBBS (2004)|
|Jana (2004)||Bose (2004)||Autograph (2004)|
|Adhu (2004)||Venky (2004)||Aayudham (2005)|
|Sankranthi (2005)||Radha Gopalam (2005)||China (2005)|
|ABCD (2005)||That is Pandu (2005)||Sri Ramadasu (2006)|
|Evandoi Srivaru (2006)||Thuruppu Gulan (2006)||Pudhupettai (2006)|
|Ravi Shastri (2006)||Maharadhi (2007)||Madhumasam (2007)|
|Naan Avanillai (2007)||Pallikoodam (2007)||Inba (2008)|
|Pandi (2008)||Kuselan (2008)||Adivishnu (2008)|
|Silambattam (2008)||Amaravathi (2009)||Goa (2010)|
|Angaadi Theru (2010)||Pramaani (2010)||Shikaar, The Hunt (2010)|
|Bhavani IPS (2011)||Ponnar Shankar (2011)||Rajanna (20110|
|Murattu Kaalai (2012)||Haridas (2013)||Un Samayal Arayil (2014)|
|Oggarane (2014)||S/O Satyamurthy (2015)||Kaaval (2015)|
|Rajadhi Raja (2016)||Ore Mukham (2016)||The Great Father (2017)|
|Muniratna Kurukshetra (2019)||Pattas (2020) (Upcoming)||Vaan (2020) (Upcoming)|
- Melam Kottu Thali Kattu (2013-14)
- Dance Jodi Dance (2016-17)
- Dancing Khilladies (2017)
- Zee Dance League (2017)
- Dance Jodi Dance 2.0 (2017-18)
- Dance Jodi Dance Juniors (2019)
- Dance Jodi Dance 3.0 (2019)