Shanvi Srivastava Wiki
Shanvi Srivastava (born 8 December 1992) is an Indian actress and model who works in Kannada and Telugu films.
Born on 8 December 1992, in Varanasi, Srivastava did her schooling at Children College Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh and graduation at the Thakur College of Science and Commerce in Mumbai and completed her B.Com degree in 2016. Srivastava has one elder brother and one elder sister, Vidisha Srivastava.She made her debut in 2012 in B. Jaya's Lovely while she was still studying. In her second Telugu film Adda she was seen as a fashion designing student and her performance was well received by critics. The Times of India wrote, "In the lengthy role that she has, Shanvi gets all her expressions right". She was then signed by Ram Gopal Varma to play a brief role as Vishnu Manchu's romantic interest in his Telugu political drama Rowdy. In 2014, she made her Kannada debut with the horror comedy film Chandralekha. She played a character that gets possessed by a ghost and received positive reviews for her performance. In 2015, she won the South Indian International Movie Awards and was also nominated for a Filmfare Award for Best Actress - Kannada for Masterpiece (2015 film) directed by Manju Mandavya. She was also nominated for the Filmfare Best Actress Kannada and won the SIIMA Award for Best Actor in lead role (Female)- Kannada for the movie Tarak. In 2019, Srivastava had two releases - Avane Srimannarayana and Geetha which was her first Kannada voice dubbed film.[clarification needed]