Shraddha Das was born in Mumbai, at Maharashtra state , India, on 4th March 1987. She is an Indian film on-screen actress who is known for appearing in films like Telugu, Hindi, Malayalam, Kannada and Bengali.
Her dad is a businessman from Purulia, her mother a housewife. She 's actually a Buddhist. She was raised in Mumbai, where she finished her studies. Shraddha received her Bachelor of Journalism in Mass Media from the University of Mumbai at the SIES College of Commerce and Economics.
She started working in theatre during her graduation, and attended workshops led by Piyush Mishra, Chittaranjan Giri and Salim Shah, the National Schools of Drama. She has also been involved in print advertisements , such as McDowells, Aristocrat, and more than 400 catalogs before training at the Academy of Gladrags.
The first movie of Shraddha Das was the Siddu from Srikakulam in 2008, which was a telugu film. She debuted in Bollywood in 2010 in Lahore's first production for Sai Om Films directed by Sanjay Puran Singh Chauhan.
Lahore was Shredda Das's first film in which she shot a film in her college last year, but delays states that several other movies of her were published earlier. In the movie, Shraddha played as Pakistani psychiatrist and was critically acknowledged for her work. Shraddha Das got the nickname "sequel queen." As the result of her performances in the Arya (Arya 2), Mantra (Diary) and Chandramukhi (Nagavalli) quadrants.
She made her Bengali debut with The Royal Bengal Tiger in 2014 after a year. She made two Hindi releases later that year, the romantic comedy Lucky Kabootar and the well-published erotic thriller Vivek Agnihotri Zid.