Kiran Srinivas (born March 25, 1985) is an Indian television and film actor. He received critical acclaim for the role of a drug addict, "Roy D'Souza" in Channel V India's Paanch 5 Wrongs Make A Right and played "Dev" in Colors's 24. He was also seen portraying "Dr. Ishaan Srinivas" in Bindass's show Zindagi Wins. He had also acted in Gumrah on Channel V India, Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya on Zing TV and Yeh Hai Aashiqui on Bindass. 
25 March 1985
|2013-14||Paanch 5 Wrongs Make A Right||Roy D'Souza|
|2013||Gumrah: End of Innocence||Prateek||Episodic Role|
|2014||Yeh Hai Aashiqui||Nikhil Chauhan||Episodic Role|
|2014||Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya||Abhimanyu||Episodic Role|
|2014||Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya||Lakshya||Episodic Role|
|2015||Zindagi Wins||Dr. Ishaan Srinivas||Lead role|
|2015||Stories by Rabindranath Tagore||Dalia/Nawaz||Lead role|
|2016||Jamai Raja||Dr. Amol Mehra/Sawhney||Cameo|
|2016||Beyhadh||Dr. Jitendra Kumar Srivastava||Cameo|
|2018||Laal Ishq Episode 45||Prakash||Episodic Role|
|2008||Haage Summane||Preetham||Kannada||Preetham Gubbi|
|2011||Prema Chandrama||Dr. Vijay||Kannada||Shahuraj Shinde|||
|2011||Noorondu Baagilu||Jagdisha||Kannada||Vemagal Jagannath Rao|
|2013||What's on Your Mind?||Mickey||Hindi||Kallol Sen|
|2017||Jagga Jasoos||Akash||Hindi||Anurag Basu|
|2018||Onthara Bannagalu||Jai||Kannada||Sunil Bhimrao|
|2019||Mysore Masala: The UFO Incident||Arjun||Kannada||Ajay Sarpeshkar|||
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