1. Keerthy Suresh – The Daughter of yesteryear’s superstar Menaka.
2. Keerthy Suresh special skills
Keerthy was a swimming champion in her childhood besides being proactive in skits, dramas, dance-dramas and mono acts.
3. Keerthy Suresh special talent
Being a graduate in fashion designing, Keerthy Suresh has also completed an exchange designing program in Scotland and internship in London. She has plans to open her own fashion boutique in the near future. For now, check out a sample outfit designed by Keerthy.
— Keerthy Suresh (@KeerthyOfficial) June 8, 2016
4. Keerthy Suresh dream come true moments
Keerthy is a big time fan of Vijay and Suriya. And her dream came true, when she came to pair up with Vijay for Bairavaa and with Suriya for Singam.
5. Keerthy Suresh – child artist to superstar actress
At the age of 8, Keerthy made her debut with ‘Pilots’ produced by her mom. Achaneyanenikkishtam and Kuberan were two more films where she was portrayed as a child artist, while Krishnakripaa Saagaram, Santhaana Gopaalam and Griha Naathan are TV serials Keerthy has acted.
6. Keerthi Suresh Golden entry
It was through Priyadarshan, Keerthy was first approached for ‘Geethanjali’ where she played dual roles and shared the screen space with Nishan and Mollywood superstar Mohanlal.
7. Keerthy Suresh – Dream Roles
Keerthy always wanted to play Kangana as in Queen, Parvathi of Maryan, Sri Devi as in Moondram Pirai, Vidya Balan as in Kahaani and Suhasinini as in Manathil Urudhi Vendum.
8. Keerthy Suresh – fitness formula
The lanky lady takes cereals with milk or whole wheat toast for breakfast. Rotis or sabzi along with some fresh vegetable salads, and for dinner she manages with rice or dal with some vegetable salad. Along with this, Keerthy does Yoga and maintains a strict workout routine.
9. Keerthy Suresh – SRK connection
Keerthy shares a connection with King Khan. Her elder sister Revathy Suresh used to work with SRK’s Red Chillies as VFX specialist.
10. Keerthy Suresh – Stars of the South
Vikram, Pawan Kalyan, Suriya, Vijay, Vishal