Aindrita Ray

  • Actor

Apr 04, 1985  in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India

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Aindrita Ray is an Indian film actress who has carved her niche in the South Indian entertainment industry with films like Manasaare(2009), Veera Parampare(2010), Paramathma(2011) and Bhajarangi(2013). The actress received Suvarna Best Actress Award and South Scope Best Kannada Actress Award for her portrayal of Devika in the film Manasaare.

Early Life
The actress was born on April 4, 1985, in Udaipur, Rajasthan to father A.K Ray, a retired dentist from the Indian Air Force and mother Sunita Ray, a child psychologist. Her childhood was spent in Rajasthan and she moved across various towns in India while growing up due to her father`s transferable job. The family finally settled in Bangalore where Aindrita completed her higher studies at Baldwin High School. She then completed her graduation from Dr. B R Ambedkar Dental College, Bangalore. While in college, Aindrita started part-time modeling and appearing in commercials.

Personal Life
The sandalwood actress has been rumored to be involved with the actor Diganth. It is believed that their love blossomed on the sets of the film Manasaare and they have been spotted together on various occasions thereafter. After years of denying the rumors of their relationship and mentioning that they were just friends, in 2012, Diganth finally admitted being in a relationship with Aindrita on a television talk show and mentioned that the couple would be soon getting married.

Movie Career
The actress debuted in the south film industry with Mahesh Babu`s family drama Meravanige in the year 2008. Aindrita played the lead female as Nandini with co-star Prajwal Devaraj as the male lead and Sadhu Kokila, Komal as the supporting cast. The film fared well with the critics and IndiaGlitz noted "A very beautiful looking Andrita Ray is good in her expressions and dance. She has freaked out in a song that reminds actress Malashri`s `Nanjundi Kalyana` song Olage Seridhare Gundu...the song still popular." The following year, she appeared in various films like Junglee, Vayuputra, and Love Guru. The films fared averagely at the box office and with the critics.

The breakthrough in her career came with the Yogaraj Bhat directed psychological romantic drama Manasaare. Aindrita was seen playing Devika, a mentally challenged girl in the film, along with co-star Diganth, who played the male protagonist. The film received critical acclaim and Aindrita won many awards for her performance such as Suvarna Best Actress Award, South Scope Best Kannada Actress, and AKKA Best Actress Award. She also received a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress- Kannada for the same.

In 2010, she appeared in various films like Nooru Janmaku, Nannavanu, Januma Janumadallu, A Flat, etc. The films fared averagely at the box office as well as with the critics. The highlight of the year came when she starred in S. Narayan`s drama film Veera Parampare. With co-stars Ambarish and Sudeep, the film emerged a box office success and garnered great reviews from the critics. Aindrita`s performance won her a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress, with IndiaClitz calling her dance moves a treat to watch.

The following year, she appeared in Manasina Maathu, Dhool, and Paramathma. While the former films performed averagely at the box office, the latter received a great reception. Paramathma, a romantic comedy directed by Yogaraj Bhat was a success at the box office and received mixed reviews from the critics. In the film, Aindrita was seen sharing the screen with co-stars Puneeth Rajkumar and Deepa Sannidhi.

In 2012, she starred in Parijatha, a romantic drama directed by Prabhu Srinivas, where she was seen with her Manasaare co-star Diganth. The same year she appeared in the action film Prem Adda which was a flop at the box office. Next, she was seen in films like Rajani Kantha, Kaddipudi, and Tony. The films did poorly at the box office as well as with the critics. The 2013 film Bhajarangi had Aindrita sharing the screen with Shivrajkumar. The fantasy drama, directed by A. Harsha was a box office hit and opened to a positive response. She also appeared in films like Bachchan (2014), a Bengali comedy thriller, and Mungaru Male 2, a Kannada film, directed by Shashank. The films performed averagely at the box office. Her 2016 release includes the movie Amar Aponjon directed by Raja Chanda. Her 2019 release includes Main Zaroor Aaunga.