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Shruthi Sawant, better known by her stage name Iniya, is an Indian film actress, who works in the Malayalam and Tamil film industries.Iniya hails from Nizam, Kerala; she has two sibilngs, one brother and one sister.[2] She acted in several Malayalam television series, short films and telefilms as a child artist.[2][3] While studying in class four, she acted in the telefilm Koottilekku, which was followed by appearances in tele-serials Orma and Sree Guruvayoorappan by Vayalar Madhavan Kutty.[4] Iniya won the Miss Trivandrum title in 2005, following which she did modeling and appeared in several television advertisements as well as a number of Malayalam award-winning art films, including Saira (2006), directed Dr. Biju, Dalamarmarangal (2009) and Umma (2011), both directed by Vijayakrishnan.[4][5] She also played a pivotal role in Rajesh Touchriver's short feature The Sacred Face, which focusses on child abuse.[4] In 2010, she starred in a Tamil film Padagasalai and signed up four more Tamil films,[6][7] all of which were cancelled or remain unreleased. She next played a supporting role as the sister to Cheran's character in Mysskin's mystery thriller Yuddham Sei.[8] Director A. Sarkunam signed her for the female lead character in his period piece Vaagai Sooda Vaa (2011), for which she changed her screen name to Iniya.[9] Her portrayal of a tea stall owner was lauded by critics. Pavithra Srinivasan of Rediff wrote that she was a "welcome find", describing her as "natural, appealing, and very expressive".[8] She played as a medical student and love interest of the hero in the film Mouna Guru co-starring Arulnidhi.[10] She was signed with the film Annakodiyum Kodiveeranum directed by Bharathiraja, who roped her in, being impressed with her performance in Vaagai Sooda Vaa.[Born in Lahore in undivided Punjab to Nakul Sen, an I.C.S officer and Indu Nakul Sen in 1942. Ambika did her M.A. (Hons.) from Indraprastha College, Delhi University, followed by Diploma Superiore en Langue Francaise from Alliance Francaise, Bangkok and Post-Graduate Diploma in Spanish Art and Literature from University of Havana, Cuba.[1] She got married in 1961 to Uday Soni, an Indian Foreign Service officerAmbika Soni began her political career in 1969 when she was co-opted into the Congress Party by Indira Gandhi at the time of the Party split in 1969. Soni was an old family friend of Gandhi from the time when her father was posted as District collector of Amritsar during the Partition of India and worked very closely with Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.[3] In 1975 she was elected president of the Indian Youth Congress and worked closely with Sanjay Gandhi.[4] In March 1976 she was elected to Rajya Sabha. In 1998 she became the president of All India Mahila Congress. From 1999- 2006 she was General Secretary of All India Congress Committee. In Jan. 2000 she was again elected to Rajya Sabha and resigned w.e.f. 10 June 2004. In July 2004 she was again elected to Rajya Sabha. From 29 Jan. 2006- 22 May 2009 she was Minister of Tourism and Minister of Culture in UPA I government. From 22 May 2009 - 27 October 2012 she was Minister of Information and Broadcasting in UPA II government.[5] In July 2010 she was re-elected to Rajya Sabha.[At the International Colloquium on Freedom of Expression and Human Rights organized by the Press Council of India on April 28, 2011, she claimed that "Our media is probably the freest in the world."[6] But the two "Press freedom rankings" speak the contrary. The World Press Freedom Index 2012 by the Reporters Without Borders group ranked India at 131 out of 179 which puts it in the category of "Noticeable problems". [7] The Global press freedom rankings 2012 by Freedom House ranked India at 80 out of 197 which puts it in the category of "Partly Free". [8] There are also serious concerns about regulators putting a tight leash on Internet Free Speech.Iniya hails from Nizam, Kerala; she has two sibilngs, one brother and one sister.[2] She acted in several Malayalam television series, short films and telefilms as a child artist.[2][3] While studying in class four, she acted in the telefilm Koottilekku, which was followed by appearances in tele-serials Orma and Sree Guruvayoorappan by Vayalar Madhavan Kutty.[4] Iniya won the Miss Trivandrum title in 2005, following which she did modeling and appeared in several television advertisements as well as a number of Malayalam award-winning art films, including Saira (2006), directed Dr. Biju, Dalamarmarangal (2009) and Umma (2011), both directed by Vijayakrishnan.[4][5] She also played a pivotal role in Rajesh Touchriver's short feature The Sacred Face, which focusses on child abuse.[4] In 2010, she starred in a Tamil film Padagasalai and signed up four more Tamil films,[6][7] all of which were cancelled or remain unreleased. She next played a supporting role as the sister to Cheran's character in Mysskin's mystery thriller Yuddham Sei.[8] Director A. Sarkunam signed her for the female lead character in his period piece Vaagai Sooda Vaa (2011), for which she changed her screen name to Iniya.[9] Her portrayal of a tea stall owner was lauded by critics. Pavithra Srinivasan of Rediff wrote that she was a "welcome find", describing her as "natural, appealing, and very expressive".[8] She played as a medical student and love interest of the hero in the film Mouna Guru co-starring Arulnidhi.[10] She was signed with the film Annakodiyum Kodiveeranum directed by Bharathiraja, who roped her in, being impressed with her performance in Vaagai Sooda Vaa.

Hot Tamil Actress Picture
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Hot Tamil Actress Picture
Hot Tamil Actress Picture
Hot Tamil Actress Picture
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