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Swathi Reddy (born 9 April 1987) is an Indian film on-screen character and TV moderator. Her epithet and acclaim originates from her spell in the Telugu TV program Colors, which was broadcast on Maa TV. In the wake of assuming supporting parts, she made her introduction as a main performer in the Tamil film Subramaniapuram (2008). Her part in the Telugu film Ashta Chamma earned her the Filmfare Award and Nandi Award for Best Actress. Tamil actress hot photos

Swathi was conceived in Vladivostok, Soviet Union (now Russia).[2] She was named as Svetlana yet later the name was changed to Swathi.[2] Her dad, who was an officer in the Indian Navy, was preparing as a submariner in the Soviet Union. She has one senior sibling named Siddharth. Her family moved to Mumbai and later toward the Eastern Naval Command in Visakhapatnam, where she spent a large portion of her childhood.While studying in eleventh class, she moved to Hyderabad. She selected at St. Mary’s College in Yousufguda, Hyderabad and graduated in biotechnology.

After her EAMCET, she wandered into TV at age 17 by facilitating a show called Colors. Because of a positive reaction, the show was further stretched out and moved to primetime space. She went ahead to exhibit more than 150 episodes.After finishing the main year of her graduation, she made her presentation in highlight movies.

She made her introduction in supporting parts. Her first film in supporting part was Danger, a Telugu Movie. It got negative audits. Her next motion picture discharge in bolster part was Aadavari Matalaku Ardhalu Verule which discharged in 2007. That film was a hit. In 2008, she appeared as a female lead in her first Tamil motion picture Subramaniapuram. For her execution in Ashta Chamma she won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu and Nandi Award for Best Actress. She made her introduction in Malayalam with Amen which was a super hit.Reportedly, Swati will work in Telugu silver screen in spin-off Gitanjali 2 coordinated by Raj Kiran.