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Pooja Hegde (pronounced [puːdʒa ɦɛɡdæ]; born 13 October 1990) is an Indian actress who appears predominantly in Telugu films, in addition to Hindi and Tamil films. She began her career as a model and was crowned as the second runner-up at the 2010 I Am She–Miss Universe India pageant. She made her acting debut with the Tamil film Mugamoodi (2012) and had her first Telugu release in Oka Laila Kosam (2014).[2] Hegde went on to become one of the highest-paid actresses in South Indian Cinema.[3][4]

Born
13 October 1990 (age 31)[1]
Bombay, Maharashtra, India
(present-day Mumbai)
Alma mater
M. M. K. College
Occupation
Actress
Years active
2012–present
Hegde won the SIIMA Award for Best Actress – Telugu for her performance in Ala Vaikunthapurramuloo (2020) and was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Actress – Telugu for Oka Laila Kosam and Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava (2018). Her other commercially successful films include Duvvada Jagannadham (2017), Maharshi (2019), Gaddalakonda Ganesh (2019), Housefull 4 (2019), and Most Eligible Bachelor (2021). In 2022, she had three critical and commercial failures in Radhe Shyam, Beast and Acharya which impeded her career.[5][6]

Hegde made her acting debut in Mysskin’s Tamil superhero film Mugamoodi (2012) opposite Jiiva, portraying the female lead character of Shakthi, a fun-loving girl who inspires the male lead to change his outlook on society. She was selected after Mysskin had seen still photographs from her pageant success, and Hegde helped practice Tamil dialogue for the film by writing and memorising words in English, adding that the similarity between Tamil and her native tongue Tulu was also useful. Prior to release, the film garnered high expectations as a result of the novel theme of a superhero in Tamil films and the film took a grand opening at the box office in August 2012. However, the film received mixed to negative reviews from critics, hampering its progress, and the film ended up becoming a surprise commercial failure.[16] Hegde’s performance also received mixed reviews with a critic from Sify.com citing that she “disappoints”, though a critic from The Hindu noted “she doesn’t have much scope for talent display.[17] She earned a nomination for the Best Tamil Female Debut Actress at the 2nd South Indian International Movie Awards, but lost out to Lakshmi Menon.[18]

Hegde’s second film release, the Telugu film Oka Laila Kosam (2014), featured her opposite Naga Chaitanya. She was praised for her performance in the movie. Around the same time, she bagged the nomination for Best Actress at the 62nd Filmfare Awards (South).[19] Following a production house and the success of the director Vijay Konda’s previous venture, had prompted her to work on the project. She undertook Telugu lessons to help her portray the leading female role. In her second Telugu film, Hegde impressed many with her memorable performance in “Gopikamma” song from Mukunda (2014). It was a romantic-action tale, set in the backdrop of a village, released in late 2014.[20][21]

In July 2014, Hegde agreed terms to make her Bollywood debut opposite Hrithik Roshan in Ashutosh Gowariker’s period film Mohenjo Daro, set against the backdrop of the Indus Valley civilisation. She was selected after Gowariker’s wife had spotted her in an advertisement and called her to audition, which she successfully completed.[22][23] As a result of her commitment to the film, she revealed that she would take a break from appearing in regional Indian movies until her Hindi film’s release and rejected an opportunity to work in a film directed by Mani Ratnam.[24][25] Mohenjo Daro released in 2016 which was panned by critics[26] and became major box office flop.[27] In 2017, she appeared in Telugu-language vigilante action comedy film Duvvada Jagannadham alongside actor Allu Arjun.[28]

Commercial success (2018–present)
In 2018, Hegde featured in three Telugu films. The first is a special appearance in the song “Jigelu Rani” for the period action Rangasthalam. The song was trending in the YouTube and she was praised for her performance.[29] Later in Saakshyam, alongside Bellamkonda Sreenivas[30] and Trivikram Srinivas-directed action-drama Aravinda Sametha Veera Raghava, opposite Jr. NTR.[31] In 2019 too, she made an appearance in three films which are Maharshi, Gaddalakonda Ganesh and Housefull 4. Maharshi is a Telugu film directed by Vamsi Paidipally co-starring by Mahesh Babu. It received mixed reviews on release.[32] Her second Telugu film in the same year was action-thriller the Harish Shankar-directed action thriller film Gaddalakonda Ganesh, a remake of the 2014 Tamil-language film Jigarthanda, featuring Varun Tej and Atharvaa along with her.[33] Hegde returned to Bollywood after a gap of three years with Sajid Nadiadwala’s comedy film directed by Farhad Samji, featuring her as Rajkumari Mala and Pooja (reincarnated),which went on to gross over ₹280 crore worldwide

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