Inside Shruti Haasan's Birthday Festivities. See Trending Pic

"Filled with gratitude and joy," wrote Shruti Haasan

Inside Shruti Haasan's Birthday Festivities. See Trending Pic

Shruti Haasan shared this image. (courtesy shrutzhaasan)


  • Shruti Haasan celebrates her 35th birthday today
  • She thanked her Instafam on her birthday
  • "Thank you for all your wishes. I feel so loved," wrote Shruti
New Delhi:

Shruti Haasan, who celebrates her 35th birthday today, shared a picture from her 35th birthday celebrations and stunning can't even begin to describe it. In the happy picture, the birthday girl can be seen posing with some balloons. For her special day, Shruti picked a black outfit. The actress' swag is just off the charts in the picture as she pouts and poses for the photograph. She accessorised her look with a tiara. Along with the picture, Shruti added a thank you note for her fans and wrote: "Filled with gratitude and joy! This has been the best phase of my life and I'm thankful for my lessons and the journey ...I've grown and changed in ways that have shaped my vision of the future I want for myself filled with light and creativity - I want to take a second to say a giant thank you to my virtual family for making my birthday so special. Thank you for all your wishes I feel so loved."

See the picture here:

Meanwhile, Shruti's  sister Akshara Haasan also posted a birthday greeting and she wrote: "Happiest birthday to my Akka. A sister who is a champ in her own right and always has my back like a bro pro."

In terms of work, Shruti Haasan was last seen in Yaara, co-starring Vidyut Jammwal, Amit Sadh and Vijay Varma. Her line-up of films also includes Krack, Laabam and Vakeel Saab. Last year, Shruti Haasan was seen in the short film Devi which also starred Kajol, Neha Dhupia, Neena Kulkarni, Mukta Barve, Sandhya Mhatre, Rama Joshi, Shivani Raghuvanshi, and Yashaswini Dayama.

Shruti Haasan, daughter of veteran actor Kamal Haasan and Sarika, has starred in several Tamil as well as Bollywood films. She stepped into Bollywood with the 2009 film Luck, co-starring Imran Khan. The actress has also been a part of films such as Welcome Back, Ramaiya Vastavaiya, Dil Toh Bachcha Hai Ji and D-Day among other.