Digangana Suryavanshi Delightful Photos
Updated: Friday, November 20, 2020, 16:30 [IST]
Digangana Suryavanshi is an Indian film and television actress, singer and author. Suryavanshi played Veera Kaur Sampooran Singh in the Star Plus TV series Ek Veer Ki Ardaas...Veera. She participated in the reality show Bigg Boss 9 in 2015. She debuted in Hindi with FryDay and Jalebi (film) in 2018, in Telugu with Hippi (film) in 2019 and in Tamil with Dhanusu Raasi Neyargale in 2019.
Suryavanshi is the only child of Neeraj Suryavanshi and Sarita Suryavanshi. She completed her 12th board at Mithibai College, where she appeared for the exams during the shooting of Ek Veer Ki Ardaas...Veera, Digangana is pursuing her final year BA at Mumbai University.
Suryavanshi started her career at the age of 7 as a child artist, debuting with the TV series Kya Haadsa Kya Haqeeqat in 2002. When she was 14, Suryavanshi wrote, composed and sang a song, "I'm missing you", which she dedicated to her maternal grandmother. Suryavanshi also played supporting roles in shows like Shakuntala (2009), Krisshna Arjun and Ruk Jaana Nahin (2011–12). Suryavanshi landed her big break with Star Plus soap opera Ek Veer Ki Ardaas...Veera (2012–15) in the lead role, where she played the title role. In 2015, at the age of 17, she was the youngest celebrity contestant to have participated in the reality show Bigg Boss. She was evicted from the show on 7 December 2015. Suryavanshi participated in the Indian sports reality television show Box Cricket League Season I, played for Mumbai Warriors and Season II, played for Mumbai Tigers.Suryavanshi debuted in Bollywood with two films, FryDay and Jalebi. Both films were released on 12 October 2018. Suryavanshi acted in the lead role with Govinda in the film Rangeela Raja, which was released on 18 January 2019.Suryavanshi played the lead actress in the Telugu film Hippi, which was directed by Krishnan K.T. Nagarajan.
A writer for Firstpost.com, Hemanth Kumar, wrote that Suryavanshi, "is good in her role and she might be the only one who took her role far too seriously in the film. Right from her introduction scene to the climax, she’s consistently good in terms of her body language and her attitude that the role required.