The talented young actress Shriya has gone from being a starlet to a mature professional featured in TEDx and Elle in recent times. What is new now, is Shriya was on the stage of a forum that inspires young minds at The Print Wall Of Democracy, Kolkata.
Shriya recently posted on Instagram, her looks from the night. She is dressed in a printed black floral gown for the occasion. Her jacket was that of black and white stripes and went to the length of the calf. She had minimal yet elegant accessories and she went with a neatly gelled hair look.
She posted a slow-motion video where she looks scintillatingly hot in a glamorous stance.
In one of the photo series, she mentioned she is feeling bossy in the attire that makes her look like a mafia goddess.
Her look was styled by Shreeja Rajgopal and the hair and makeup were done by Angelina Joseph.
The event of the ‘Democracy Wallʼ takes the idea of free speech and empowers youth to take active participation in shaping society. They touch aspects like engagement with governance, politics, and society take it to Indiaʼs most vibrant campuses. Shriya was a speaker at this forum as an inspirational person sharing her stories, inspiring young minds being a popular figure herself.
Shriya is a diverse personality being an actor, dancer, and model with a great understanding of the camera and films! She has carved her niche as an all-round talent with her choice of unconventionals films, series, and endorsements.
Shriya is truly known amongst young girls for her sense of style and girl-next-door looks. She started her career with the home production of dad Sachin Pilgaonkar in a Marathi film ‘Ekulti Ek’, her films ‘Un Plus Une’ in French, ‘House Arrest’, and ‘Fan’ in Hindi were critically-acclaimed. Her performance in plays like ‘Bombay Dying’ and ‘Common People’ set her apart even in the theatre world. Her series ‘Mirzapur’ and ‘Beecham House’ were a rage in the digital media. She will be seen next in ‘Abhi Toh Party Shuru Hui Hai’, ‘Haathi Mere Saathi’ and ‘Bhangra Paa Le’.
Image Source:- instagram/shriya.pilgaonkar
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