Shruti Haasan: 5 songs by the actress that have won our hearts
Shruti Haasan, who has managed to steal our hearts with her soulful performances on several occasions
The actress made her Tollywood debut in 2011 with Anaganaga O Dheerudu, and she has been on a steady path to success since then. But acting isn’t Shruti’s only talent; she’s also a gifted singer who has managed to steal our hearts with her soulful performances on several occasions.
Down Down – Race Gurram
The on-screen connection between Allu Arjun and Shruti Haasan was delightful to behold, and this song is one of our favourites. This was also one of Shruti’s most successful films. It’s an everlasting track thanks to Shruti’s shrilled voice and Arjun-coupling. Shruti’s This song’s music was composed by Thaman, while the words were written by Viswa.
Junction Lo – Aagadu
Shruti Haasan’s spectacular dance moves, as well as her vibrant vocals, are recognised for this song. Shruti’s hotness quotient lit the stage on fire. Shruti’s image of a nice and simple girl had been wrecked by the hot item number. Everyone was taken aback by the actress’s sensual persona. S Thaman provided the music for this song, while Bhaskarabhatla Ravikumar wrote the lyrics.
Sri Chaitanya Junior College – Oh My Friend
The song was filmed for Shruti Haasan and Siddharth’s flick Oh My Friend. Shruti’s wonderful voice is truly entrancing, and Anil R composed the song. This upbeat song with a catchy chorus that swiftly went viral will have you singing along.
Kannulada – 3
Kannulada is graphically magnificent, lyrically powerful, and melodically strong. Dhanush and Shruti Haasan sing the song for 3. The song was composed by Anirudh Ravichander, and the lyrics were penned by Bhuvanachandra.
Ningi Haddu – Eenadu
Shruti showcased a range of voice modulation to convey a particular mood or expression in the song. For the unversed, the song has been composed by Shruti Haasan herself. Ningi Haddu from Eenadu had gone viral for its beautiful lyrics and catchy music. The rap song is written by Bhuvana Chandra and sung by Shruti Haasan and Blaaze. The lyrics are simple and colloquial in the style which appealed to a larger audience