Shruti Sawant better realized by her stage name Ineya, is an Indian entertainer and model from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala who dominatingly shows up in Malayalam and Tamil movies. She won the Best Entertainer Grant for her part in the Tamil film Vaagai Sooda Vaa (2011) at TN state grants.
Ineya, whose genuine name is Shruti Sawant was brought into the world to Salahuddin. S and Savithri at Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. She has a senior sister, Swathi, who is likewise a Malayalam TV entertainer and a more youthful sibling, Sravan. Ineya had her essential instruction at Thiruvananthapuram from Amritha Vidyalaya, Post Young ladies Mission Secondary School and Manakkad Karthika Thirunnal Secondary School. She did her B.B.A course by correspondence.
Ineya acted in a few Malayalam TV series, short movies and telefilms as a youngster craftsman. While concentrating on in class four, she acted in the telefilm Koottilekku, which was trailed by appearances in tele-serials Orma and Sree Guruvayoorappan by Vayalar Madhavan Kutty. Ineya came out on top for the Miss Trivandrum championship in 2005, following which she did demonstrating and showed up in a few TV commercials as well as various Malayalam grant winning workmanship films, including Saira (2006), coordinated Dr. Biju, Dalamarmarangal (2009) and Umma (2011), both coordinated by Vijayakrishnan. She likewise assumed a crucial part in Rajesh Touchriver’s short component The Hallowed Face, which focusses on youngster misuse.
In 2010, she featured in a Tamil film Padagasalai and joined four additional Tamil movies, which were all dropped or stay unreleased. She next assumed a supporting part as the sister to Cheran’s personality in Mysskin’s secret thrill ride Yuddham Sei. Chief A. Sarkunam marked her for the female lead character in his period piece Vaagai Sooda Vaa (2011), for which she changed her screen name to Ineya. Her depiction of a tea slow down proprietor was praised by pundits. Pavithra Srinivasan of Rediff composed that she was a “welcome find”, portraying her as “normal, engaging, and extremely expressive”. She played as a clinical understudy and old flame of the legend in the film Mouna Master co-featuring Arulnidhi. Bharathiraja marked her for his film Annakodiyum Kodiveeranum, being dazzled with her presentation in Vaagai Sooda Vaa, yet after the content was changed, her job was eliminated from the film.
She was essential for various unconventional movies in Malayalam like Ayaal, Bhoopadathil Illatha Oridam and Radio. In 2014, she was first viewed as herself in Vikraman’s Ninaithathu Yaaro then in Pulivaal, the Tamil redo of the Malayalam film Chaappa Kurishu and Naan Sigappu Manithan. In her main Malayalam arrival of 2014, Madhu Kaithapram’s Vellivelichathil (At the center of attention), she assumed the part of an artist.
- Tamil Nadu State Film Awards
2011: Best Actress – Vaagai Sooda Vaa