|Hariprriya Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 6 in|
|Date of Birth||October 29, 1991|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Hariprriya is an Indian film actor and model who has worked mainly in Kannada and Telugu films in addition to several Tamil, Malayalam, and Tulu films. One of the prominent actors of Sandalwood (Kannada cinema), she has been cast in movies like Cheluveye Ninne Nodalu, Bharjari, Ugramm, Jai Simha, Ranna, Ricky, Life Jothe Ondh Selfie, Bullet Basya, D/O Parvathamma, Bell Bottom, Samhaara, Manasugula Mathu Madhura, Kurukshetra, Neer Dose, Kallara Santhe, Bicchugatti Chapter −1 Dalvayi Dange, Male Barali Manju Irali, Pilla Zamindar, Ellidde Illi Tanaka, Katha Sangama, and Super Shastri.
Hariprriya, Haripriya Chandra
Chikkaballapur, Karnataka, India
Hariprriya has received training in Bharatanatyam, a major form of Indian classical dance that originated in Tamil Nadu.
5 ft 6 in or 167.5 cm
65 kg or 143.5 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
She has often dyed her hair.
- Wavy hair
- Pierced ears
- In 2008, she made her Kannada film debut by playing the character named Amaravathi in the romantic film Manasugula Mathu Madhura.
- Hariprriya made her Tamil debut as Sandhya in the 2010 action film, Kanagavel Kaaka.
- Her Telugu debut came in the 2010 coming-of-age film, Thakita Thakita, in which she appeared as Chandana.
- In 2012, she bought to life the character of Anjali Narayanan in the Malayalam-language action film, Thiruvambadi Thamban. This film marked Hariprriya’s Malayalam film debut.
- Kannada film Soojidara‘s director Mounesh Badiger accused Hariprriya of defaming his film in 2019. He even lodged a complaint with the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce, accusing her of portraying the film in a negative way.
- Hariprriya co-starred as Siddhambe in the 2020 Kannada language historical-period film, Bicchugatti: Chapter 1 − Dalvayi Dange, which is an adaptation of the novel Bichhugathi Baramanna Nayaka by Dr. B.L Venu’s. This role got her nominated for a Chandanavana Film Critics Award for “Best Actress” in 2021.
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