Celebrities Shriya Saran


In 2007, she was chosen to play the lead female role opposite Rajinikanth in S. Shankar's Sivaji: The Boss,[16] which was the most expensive Indian film at that time.[17][18] R.G. Vijayasarathy wrote in his review for Rediff that, aside from her beauty, Saran "proves that she can act too".[19] Her performance earned her a South Scope Style Award for Best Tamil Actress, her first award win, and a nomination at the Vijay Awards.[20] The role made her a star in the south Indian film industry.[21] During this phase of her career, she made several special appearances in item numbers, including in the films Devadasu, Munna, and Tulasi. Also in 2007, Saran made her comeback in Hindi cinema with Awarapan, which was a joint production between India and Pakistan. She played a Muslim woman and had to learn Urdu.[22] This was her fourth Hindi film, but the others had failed to make any impact.[23] Sanjay Ram, writing for Business of Cinema, gave the film 2.5 of 5 stars and said that Saran provided a brief, compelling performance.[24] Saran later said that the film strengthened her conviction that all religions are equal.[23] Later that year she appeared in one more Tamil film, Azhagiya Tamil Magan, opposite Vijay. Though critics exalted her looks, her performance received mixed reviews, with one reviewer, Nandhu Sundharam of Rediff, going so far as to say that her "acting is as bad as her looks are good".[25] That same year Saran made a special appearance in a scene in the Kannada film Arasu. She appeared in six films in 2007 in four languages.

 

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