Sharanya
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Sharanya Sundaraj is a Tamil television actress, News Reporter, and program presenter. She is the main female lead in Nenjam Marapathillai Serial which is being aired on Vijay TV. She is a great cricket fan and crazy about Rahul Dravid. Check below for Sharanya Sundaraj Wiki, Biography, age, boyfriend, profile and more.

Sharanya Turadi Sundaraj

Real Name Sharanya Turadi Sundaraj
Nickname Sharanya Turadi Sundaraj, Saranya
Profession Film and Television Actress, Anchor, News Personality (News Correspondent)
Physical Appearance
Height (approximate) 167 cm
Weight 64 kg
Personal Life
Date Of Birth October 22, 1987
Age (as in 2018) 30 Years
Birth Place Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Marital Status Un Married
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
School N/A
College M.O.P. Vaishnav College for Women
Education Qualifications M.A. Broadcast Communication
Debut Chennai Ungalai Anbudan Varaverkirathu
Religion Hindu
Address Valasaravakkam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu
Hobbies Comedy, Dancing, and Singing
Favourite Actor Vikram,Vijay
Favourite Actress Nayanthara
Favourite Food Mutton Biriyani
Favourite Colour Gray,Blue
Favourite Film Aramm
Favourite Place Malaysia,Singapore

 

Sharanya Sundaraj Carrier

When she was studying in college she got an opportunity to be a News reporter in Kalaignar News TV and then she moved to Raj TV in just 2 months. Later she joined in Zee Tamil and then she moved to Puthiya Thalaimurai as a Newsreader by that time she had completed her studies and joined as Senior News anchor.

Sharanya got an opportunity to act in Vijay TV series “Nenjam Marappadhillai” as a female lead paired with Amit Bhargav. This gave made her more famous among television series audience.

Sharanya Sundaraj Personal interest

  • She has an in reading books.
  • She wants to make organic farming.
  • She wants to study IFS and it was her dream too.

Sharanya Turadi Sundaraj Televisions:

Nenjam Marappadhillai

Sharanya Turadi Sundaraj Movies:

Chennai Ungalai Anbudan Varaverkirathu

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