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Swati Reddy

Born :Vladivostok, Soviet Union
Occupations :Actress, Playback Singer, Anchor, Dubbing Artist
Years active :2006 – present
Nationality :Indian

Swati Reddy, better known as Colors Swathi, she is Indian film actress and television presenter. Her nickname and fame come from her stint in the television show Colours, which was telecast on the Telugu station Maa TV in Andhra Pradesh. After essaying assisting tasks, she made her debut as a leading actress in the Tamil movie Subramaniyapuram (2008). Her part in the Telugu movie Ashta Chamma obtained crucial popularity and gained her the Filmfare Prize and Nandi Prize for Best Actress


Swati was born in Vladivostok, Soviet Union. She was known as as ‘Svetlana’ which indicates ‘beautiful girl’ by a European physician but modified it to Swati by her mom. Her dad, who was an officer in the Indian Navy, was moved to the USSR as a submariner. She has one older sibling known as Siddharth. Her close relatives shifted to Mumbai and later to the Eastern Naval Control in Visakhapatnam, where she spent most of her childhood. While studying in 11th class, she shifted to Hyderabad. She registered at St. Mary’s Higher education in Yousufguda, Hyderabad and graduated in biotechnology. After her EAMCET, she ventured into tv at age 17. She started hosting a program called "Colors", which gained high popularity. Due to its positive reception, the show was further extended and moved to primetime slot. She went on to present over 150 episodes.[1] After completing the first year of her graduation, she made her debut in feature films.

Other work

Swati has been working as a voice actor and playback singer as well. In 2008, she had dubbed for actress Ileana D'Cruz in the film Jalsa. In 2010, she gave her voice to an HIV/AIDS education animated software tutorial created by the nonprofit organization TeachAIDS. In 2011, she turned playback singer, rendering her voice for two songs, "Unbelievable" and "A Square B Square", for the soundtrack albums of her own film Katha Screenplay Darshakatvam Appalaraju and 100% Love, respectively.


  • Filfare Award For Best Actress(Ashta Chamma)
  • Nandi Award For Best Actress(Ashta Chamma)
Last Updated on : 15-May-2013

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