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Top 10 movies of Shruti Haasan you must watch

Shruti Haasan has been a recipient of great pressure due to her father, Kamal Haasan, who is the mega star of South Indian Film Industry.

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Shruti Haasan is a multi talented beauty who is skilled in acting, dancing and singing, Wikimedia Commons.
Shruti Haasan is a multi talented beauty who is skilled in acting, dancing and singing, Wikimedia Commons.
  • Shruti Haasan is a multi-talented entertainer who has been winning audience’s heart since her debut in the film industry.
  • She works in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu language films mainly.
  • She has won many awards and accolades for her performances in various movies.

Shruti Haasan is a well-known name in both the Bollywood and the South Indian film Industry. She is not only beautiful but also multi-talented. She is an actor, dancer and singer, and has proved her mettle in all the three fields of entertainment.

Shruti Haasan has been a recipient of great pressure due to her father, Kamal Haasan, who is the megastar of South Indian Film Industry. However, despite that, she has established herself as one of the most talented actresses in India. Her talent and beauty are unmatched.

Here is the list of 10 of her movies you must watch:

Gabbar is Back 

This movie starred Akshay Kumar and Shruti Haasan and revolves around the issue of corruption. Despite Akshay Kumar’s dominating presence in the film, Shruti Haasan managed to steal the spotlight. She played the role of a strong-willed woman who is strictly against crime. Her character is not very major but she still managed to make it shine throughout the film.

Luck

Luck was Shruti Haasan’s Bollywood debut. And she made a lasting impact by delivering an amazing performance. She proved herself a competent and talented actress. She also displayed her singing skills in the movie as she sang the title track of the movie.

D-Day

Through this movie, Shruti established herself as a bold and versatile actress. She played a prostitute in this spy-thriller film and won hearts of the audience with her exquisite performance. This one can easily be counted as a milestone in her career. Despite this movie being a multi-starer, Shruti gained the spotlight with her outstanding performance.

7th Sense

7th Sense or ‘7aum Arivu’ is Shruti Hasan’s Tamil debut. It is a science fiction movie, which also featured Suriya, and was directed by A R Murugadoss. This one can easily be called the biggest hit of her career. It is a fascinating movie filled with science and history. Shruti Haasan through this movie made an effective entry in the Tamil cinema.

Gabbar Singh

A remake of  Salman Khan’s ‘Dabangg’, this movie also stars superstar Pawan Kalyan. In ‘Gabbar Singh,’ Shruti portrayed a village girl who falls in love with the hero. The role was rather a cliche but Shruti made it stand out by her excellent acting, screen presence and confidence. This hit film paved way for more success in Tollywood for her.

Race Gurram

This comedy movie saw Shruti Haasan play the role of a woman who doesn’t show her emotions easily. When she falls in love, she goes through a transformation. Shruti portrayed this transformation beautifully. This can easily be counted as one of her best performances. She also won the Filmfare award for best actress for this film.

Srimanthudu 

‘Srimanthudu’ is an excellent movie. Although this film is mostly focused on Mahesh Babu’s character, Shruti Haasan made her mark by portraying her character excellently. As the film goes on, her character gains importance and Shruti definitely did justice to it.

Anaganaga O Dheerudu

‘Anaganaga O Dheerudu’ was Shruti Haasan’s debut in the Telugu film industry. It was one of her most impressive performances, she took a difficult role and aced it with perfection. She won the Best female debut Filmfare award (Telugu) for this film.

3

Who can forget the infamous ‘Kolaveri Di’ song? It was from the movie, ‘3’ which is a romantic-psychological thriller. Shruti Haasan stars along with Dhanush as his wife in the movie. Her acting is outstanding and her expressions are on fleek in every scene. Her chemistry with Dhanush is also one of the main USPs of the film.

Ramaiya Vastavaiya 

In this Bollywood movie, Shruti Haasan played a simple, village girl who sees good in everything and everyone. This film was a sweet love story. It has sweet dialogues and the cute scene which makes it worth a watch.

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Bollywood Tells Stories About Love, But Also Highlights Stalking

Cinema gets a dose of creepiness in the name of love

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Be it Varun Dhawan’s attempts to woo Alia Bhatt in “Badrinath Ki Dulhania”, or Akshay Kumar following Bhumi Pednekar and clicking her photographs without her consent in “Toilet: Ek Prem Katha” or Shah Rukh Khan singing the famous “Tu haan kar ya na kar, tu hai meri Kiran” — Bollywood tells stories about love but also highlights stalking.

Social activist Ranjana Kumari blames cinema for creating a culture of stalking women.

“They show that initially women say ‘No’ but don’t take ‘No’ for a ‘No’. It is actually a ‘Yes’. It has been there since long. Stalking has been packaged in a romantic way,” Kumari told IANS.

“It conveys the superiority that men have over women. She, in any case, has to give in. It is a myth that is being perpetuated by creating this culture… She is still an object of his desire,” she added.

Actress Swara Bhasker, who appeared in “Raanjhanaa”, admitted that the Aanand L. Rai directorial glorified stalking.

Bollywood Actor Varun Dhawan
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“When it came out, it got panned by feminists for glorifying stalking… For a long time, I refused to believe it and thought that it is not true… But then as time passed by, I was like, actually, maybe yes,” she said when she joined actress Kareena Kapoor Khan for an episode of her radio show.

According to psychologist Samir Parikh, films have an impact on people at some level or the other.

“When you see something being presented in a palatable manner to you, you feel it is okay to do it, so you get desensitised to it. You get disinhibited and it changes your perception of reality. People, especially youngsters and vulnerable ones, end up doing what they see their role models doing,” Parikh told IANS.

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“It is important to educate and upgrade people and give them the right support and guidance,” he said.

All is not fair in love, and it is time to put the lens on it as well. (IANS)