Anushree (Kannada actress)
Anushree is an Indian television presenter and actress who appears in Kannada films. She started her career as a television host in Kannada television and went on to become an actress, mostly appearing in Kannada language films. She won Karnataka State Film Awards for Murali Meets Meera.
|Alma mater||Mangalore University|
|Occupation||Television Presenter, actress|
Anushree was born into Tulu-speaking family of Sampath and Shashikala in Surathkal, Mangalore, Karnataka, India. She has a younger brother, Abhijeeth. Her parents separated when she was young with her father leaving "never to return or even stay in touch." She completed her schooling in St. Thomas Bangalore till Class V, before shifting to Narayana Guru School in Mangalore. She returned to Bangalore once she completed her pre-university education, when she began getting offers to host television shows.
Anushree started her career in television as an anchor in a phone-in music show named Tele Anthyakshari on Namma TV a television channel based in Mangalore. She went on to become an anchor on ETV Kannada's television show Demandappo Demandu, which gained her popularity. She also participated in the reality show Bigg Boss Kannada 1. She completed 80 days in the Bigg boss home. Also hosted several stage shows such as Suvarna Film Awards, Filmfare Awards, TV9 Film Awards, Zee Music Awards, SIIMA Awards, Celebrity Cricket League and went on feature in prominent Shows like, Comedy Khiladigalu and Twenty-Twenty Comedy Cup, Kuniyona Baara and others.
She made her entry to filmdom with Benkipatna which won her the NAK Media Achievement Award for Best Debut Actress. She won the Karnataka State Film Award for Best Dubbing Artist for the film Murali Meets Meera in 2011. Anushree has played a lead role in the film Uppu Huli Khaara which was directed by Imran Sardhariya.
|2||2012||Belli Kirana||Ananya||K. Shivarudraiah|
|4||2015||Benkipatna||Pavani||T. K. Dayanand|
|5||2015||Ring Master||Madhu||Vishruth Naik|
|6||2015||Uttama Villain||Ramesh Aravind||Special appearance|||
|7||2016||Madha Mathu Manasi||Sathish Pradhan||Special appearance|||
|8||2017||Uppu Huli Khara||Jaanvi||Imran Sardhariya|
- 2011: Karnataka State Film Awards:Best Dubbing Artist (Female): Murali Meets Meera
- 2015: Zee Kutumba Awards Popular Anchor
- 2015: NAK Media Achievement Award - Best debut actress : Benkipatna
- 2016: Zee Kutumba Awards 2016 - Best Anchor
- 2017: Zee Kutumba Awards 2017 - Popular Anchor
- 2018: Kempegowda Prashasti
- 2018: Zee Kutumba Awards 2018 - Favourite Anchor
- 2019: Zee Kutumba Awards 2019 - Favourite Anchor
|2005||Tele Anthakshari||Anchor||Namma TV|
|2006||Demandappo Demandu||Anchor||ETV Kannada|
|2006||Star Live||Anchor||Star Suvarna|
|Kuniyonu Baara||Contestant||Zee Kannada|
|2011||Super (Season 1)||Anchor||ETV Kannada|
|2012||Super (Season 2)||Anchor||ETV Kannada|
|2013||Bigg Boss||Contestant||Colors Kannada|
|2015||Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Champs (Season 10)||Anchor||Zee Kannada|
|2015||Swalpa Adjust Madkolli||Anchor||Star Suvarna|
|2016||Sa Re Ga Ma Pa (Season 11)||Anchor||Zee Kannada|
|2016||Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Champs (Season 12)||Anchor||Zee Kannada|
|2016||Dance Karnataka Dance||Anchor||Zee Kannada|
|2017||Sa Re Ga Ma Pa (Season 13)||Anchor||Zee Kannada|
|2017||Dance Karnataka Dance Family War||Anchor||Zee Kannada|
|2017||Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Champs (Season 14)||Anchor||Zee Kannada|
|2018||DKD lil master||Anchor||Zee Kannada|
|2019||Sa Re Ga Ma Pa (Season 15)||Anchor||Zee Kannada|
|2019||Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Chanps (Season 16)||Anchor||Zee Kannada|
|2019||Dance Karnataka Dance Family War (Season 2)||Anchor||Zee Kannada|
|2020||Sa Re Ga Ma Pa (Season 17)||Anchor||Zee Kannada|
- "'My Focus is to Become a Good Actor, Not the Top Heroine'". Newindianexpress.com. Retrieved 24 July 2016.
- Joy, Prathibha (12 September 2015). "'Can't bear the pain of rejection again'". The Times of India. Retrieved 29 March 2017.
- "Bubbly girl of small screen to become Dream Girl of silver screen". Newskarnataka.com. 19 June 2013. Archived from the original on 29 March 2017. Retrieved 24 July 2016.
- "Mangaluru: Kannada anchor, actress Anushree to debut in Tulu film". daijiworld.com. 22 March 2017. Archived from the original on 29 March 2017. Retrieved 29 March 2017.
- "Anushree turns Heroine through 'Benki Patna'". Indiancinemagallery.com. 29 November 2013. Archived from the original on 16 August 2016. Retrieved 24 July 2016.
- "Imran Is Happy to Have 3 'Shrees' For Uppu Huli Kara". The New Indian Express. 18 April 2016. Retrieved 24 July 2016.
- "Anushree in demand - Times of India". Timesofindia.indiatimes.com. Retrieved 24 July 2016.
- "Anushree to introduce characters in Madhu Mathu Manasi - Times of India". Timesofindia.indiatimes.com. 19 August 2015. Retrieved 24 July 2016.