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Hariprriya (Shruthi Chandrasena) was born on 29 October, 1991 in Chikkaballapur, India, is an Indian actress. Discover Hariprriya's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 29 years old?

Popular As Shruthi Chandrasena
Occupation Actress
Age 30 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 29 October 1991
Birthday 29 October
Birthplace Chikkaballapur, India
Nationality Indian

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Hariprriya Height, Weight & Measurements

At 30 years old, Hariprriya height is 1.77 m .

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She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, She has no children.

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Hariprriya Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Hariprriya worth at the age of 30 years old? Hariprriya’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from Indian. We have estimated Hariprriya's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Net Worth in 2019 Pending
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As of March 2020, Hariprriya has three releases such as Vijay Kiran's Kappal, Amruthamathi, and K.Madesh's Untitled film that features Upendra and other leads.


Her first release of 2019 was Bell Bottom that became the biggest blockbuster film of 2019. The writers of The New Indian Express wrote "Hariprriya’s character as the innocent but intelligent love interest is well placed". Publication writers of described "Hariprriya delivers yet another solid act, showing why she is considered as one of the most versatile actresses around right now". The Deccan Chronicle wrote "It is Hariprriya, who yet again finds a perfect character and is at her charming best playing Kusuma." Her next release of 2019 was Soojidaara directed by Mounish Badiger. Her next film was D/O Parvathamma. Her 25th Kannada film was Naganna's Kurukshetra, starring Sumalatha Ambareesh, Suraj Gowda and Prabhu Mundukar as the lead roles.

Hariprriya made her 2019 film debut with Tejaswi's movie Ellide Illi Tanaka. The Chitraloka described "it is Hariprriya who steals the show with yet another sensible character. It makes the audience fall in love with her portrayal of Nandini's character on screen." Her next release of 2019 was Mayura Raghavendra's film Kannad Gothilla, starring Sudharani and other actors. During the same year, she acted in Katha Sangama directed by Rishab Shetty. Hariprriya's first release of 2020 is Hari Santosh's historical novel-based movie Bicchugatti – Chapter 1- Dalvayi Dange.

In 2019, Kannada film Soojidara's director Mounesh Badiger accused Hariprriya for defaming his film. He later lodged a complaint with the Karnataka Film Chamber of Commerce, accusing her of portraying the film in a negative way.


In 2018, she returned to Telugu cinema with Jai Simha film playing a mechanic's role in Manga character. The movie became a blockbuster hit. Her next release was a Kannadiga film Kanaka. Her next release along with Chiranjeevi Sarja was Samhara, in which she essayed a negative character. The New Indian Express wrote that "Hariprriya’s performance as a negative character is phenomenal. She got a chance to prove her versatility of acting in the movie." Her next release for the year was Life Jothe Ondh Selfie. The Times of India wrote "Hariprriya has played the modern girl Rashmi who has lots of pains from her past. She has essayed the character very well."


After her debut with Neer Dose's movie, she became one of the prominent actresses of the Kannada film industry. In 2017, she played Haasini's role, a North Karnataka girl in Bharjari, film. In Ranna film, she and Rachita Ram were seen together for the second time. The New Indian Express described "Hariprriya has a good role in the movie. Her character is the main turning point for the story." She also appeared in a cameo appearance in Anjaniputra film.


Her second release in the year is Bullet Basya where she was paired opposite Sharan and received a positive response for her role as Kaveri in the film. In 2016, her first release was Ricky opposite Rakshit Shetty where she played as Radha a Naxalite, for which she had reduced her weight by half. The critics wrote that "The performance of Hariprriya in the film was appreciated." Her next release in the year was Ranatantra where she was paired opposite Vijay Raghavendra. She was also seen in a special appearance in a song in Bhale Jodi. Her next release in the year was in hit movie, Neer Dose where she played the character Kumudha a bar dancer. The critics wrote that "Hariprriya has essayed a powerful role in her career. Her performance in the movie is phenomenal". The movie turned out to be a turning point in her film career.


In 2014, she returned to Kannada cinema with the gangster film Ugramm. The New Indian Express wrote that it was "a strong performance by Hariprriya, who is natural in her act". The film went on to become a major commercial success and she was said to have made a "sensational comeback to Kannada films". Sify wrote that Ugramm "did wonders to Hariprriya" as she subsequently offered more Kannada projects. After the success of Ugram, she gained popularity in the Kannada film industry and she became one of the most wanted heroines in the industry. She became part of the big banner films, Ranna and Ricky as well as the comedy film Bullet Basya. She started 2015 with Rannam where she was paired with Indian actor Sudeep for the first time. The movie went on to become hit at the box office.


Shruthi Chandrasena, known professionally as Hariprriya, is an Indian film actress and model who chiefly works in Kannada and Telugu films. She has also appeared in several regional films of Tamil, Malayalam, and Tulu cinemas. Hariprriya became a prominent celebrity after playing her role in Ugramm, Ranna, Ricky, Neer Dose (film), Bharjari, Samhaara, Life Jothe Ondh Selfie, Bell Bottom, D/O Parvathamma and Bicchugatti – Chapter 1- Dalvayi Dange films.


Hariprriya used to participate in a number of cultural programmes. When she was studying in 12th class, director Richard Castelino saw stills of her from the programmes and offered her the female lead role in the Tulu film Badi. She then made her Kannada film debut in Manasugula Mathu Madhura (2008), following which she was part of Vasanthakala. Her performance in the political satire Kallara Santhe (2009) earned her a Filmfare nomination for Best Kannada actress, while her next film Cheluveye Ninne Nodalu received a number of positive reviews, making Hariprriya popular in Karnataka. In 2010, she also forayed into the Tamil and Telugu film industries with Kanagavel Kaaka, and Bhumika Chawla's maiden production, Thakita Thakita, respectively, with the latter emerging a moderate success. After that, Hariprriya shifted her focus to Tamil and Telugu projects, working on Cheran's Muran in Tamil and Pilla Zamindar in Telugu. She was also part of the political drama Mukhyamantri I Love You, produced in 2008, which has not been released. She debuted in Malayalam with Thiruvambadi Thampan." In her third Telugu film Abbayi Class Ammayi Mass, she played a call girl, which required a two-week long immersion workshop to get into character.


Hariprriya was born on 29 October 1991 in Chikkaballapur, India. After completing her schooling, she received training in Bharatanatyam. Later, her family moved to Bangalore, where she completed pre-university courses. In 2013, her mother urged Shruthi to alter spelling from Haripriya to Harriprriya for numerological reasons, however, she declined the reports, citing "My mother insisted that I change my spelling."