Anushka Shetty

The Luminary of South Indian Cinema

Sweety Shetty, popularly known as Anushka Shetty, is a celebrated Indian actress with a distinguished career in Telugu and Tamil films, earning her multiple awards including three Filmfare Awards South.

Making her acting debut in 2005 with the Telugu film "Super," Shetty quickly rose to fame, securing a Filmfare Best Supporting Actress – Telugu nomination.

She achieved blockbuster success with films like "Vikramarkudu," "Lakshyam," "Souryam," and "Chintakayala Ravi," establishing herself as a box office sensation.

Anushka Shetty's dual roles in "Arundhati" (2009) earned her critical acclaim, including a Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu and a Nandi Award.

Her performances in the "Baahubali" series and the historical fiction "Rudhramadevi" have been particularly lauded, showcasing her versatility and depth as an actress.