Sheela Rajkumar (born 14th June 1992) is an Indian film actress, who mainly appears in Tamil films. After making her acting debut in a leading role in the Tamil television serial Azhagiya Tamil Magal (2017-2019) on Zee Tamil, she played the supporting role in her debut Malayalam film Kumbalangi Nights in 2019 and gained popularity in other major films, including the Tamil films, Asuravadham (2018), Namma Veettu Pillai (2019) and Draupathi (2020).
|Other Name||Suseela, Adbudha|
|Date of Birth||14th June 1992|
|Native Place||Saveriyarpatti, Ariyalur|
|Current City||Chennai, Tamil Nadu|
|School||Fathima High School, Bangalore|
|College/University||Kalai Kaveri College of Fine Arts, Tiruchchirappalli|
|Qualification||Bachelor of Fine Arts, MA Bharathanatyam|
|Marriage Date||20th February 2014|
|Height||5 feet 3 inches|
|Occupation||Actress, Dance Teacher, Choreographer|
|Debut||Azhagiya Tamizh Magal|
|Source of earnings||Movies and Serial|
Sheela Rajkumar was born on 14th June 1992 to Christian family in Saveriyarpatti, Ariyalur. She completed her secondary education at Fathima High School, Bangalore. She has a Master’s degree from Kalai Kaveri College of Fine Arts, Tiruchchirappalli. Somewhere in 2013, she got the chance to star in a tele-film directed by Thambichozhan; it never released, but she found her life-partner in Chozhan, an acting coach. Her family did not agree to the wedding, and the couple went finally shifting to Chennai. On 20th February 2014 she married him. Sheela height 160 cm and Weight 48 kg. She has a black color hair and a dark brown eye. She belongs to the Hindu religion and the details of the caste are unknown.
Sheela Rajkumar began her career as a theater artist, then she entered movie and television industry. She started her career with the 2017 Tamil language soap opera show Azhagiya Tamil Magal along with Puvi Arasu, led by Kavithabarathy. Sheela Rajkumar was chosen portray the main role of the village woman Poongkodi that a kabaddi game player. Later Sathya Sai was replaced part of Poongkodi. Sheela Rajkumar started her movie career with the 2018 Tamil language action play Thriller, movie Asuravadham, directed and composed by Maruthupandian, and made by Leela Lalitkumar. The film is based on revenge of a father, movie create a sensation before the last reason why the main character wants to kill an individual it only started in last 10 minutes, movie also known for its cinematography, location and reality.in the last 20 minutes the movie is powerful to make emotional too.
The movie had its theatrical release on 29 June and received mixed reviews from critics and audience and appeared as. A hit. Sheela makes her second film with director Amshan Kumar’s Manusangada. The movie is based on a real story about the signaling of the growth of Dalit struggles in modern India against long standing human rights violations. The movie had its world priemere at Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival and its own International Premiere at the Cairo International Film Festival. It had been also chosen in the Indian Panorama section of the International Film Festival of India, Goa and was the only Tamil movie to be chosen that year.
The movie has also won the best feature film award from the Puducherry Government in its Indian Panorama Festival. Her Malayalam debut was Kumbalangi Nights reverse Soubin Shahir, that was led by Madhu C. Narayanan. The movie was released in India and Gulf Cooperation Council territories on 7 February 2019. It received widespread critical acclaim and was a significant success at the box office, grossing 39 crore global. In 2019 she appeared in two Tamils movie, Chezhiyan’s To Let. The movie theatrically released on 21 to exceptionally positive reviews from critics, and became a success in box office. Second release was Sivakarthikeyan’s action comedy film Namma Vettu Pillai, where she played mother of Thulasi reverse Aishwarya Rajesh. Her next Tamil movie, Draupadi is a rural drama film produced and directed by Mohan G. The movie released on February 28, 2020.
|Azhagiya Tamizh Magal||Poongkodi||Zee Tamil|
|Livin (Web Series)||Thaen|
|Namma Veettu Pillai|