Lakshmi Priyaa Chandramouli Height, Weight, Age, Wiki, Biography

Lakshmi Priyaa Chandramouli is a renowned actress and theatre artist, well-credited for portraying the role of Lakshmi in a 2017 Tamil short film, Lakshmi. Before entering the showbiz, she worked for the English theatre company Evam. Lakshmi Priyaa, an aspired athlete, learned gymnastics and cricket at the age of 10, was a former national level cricket player. She is also a Ultimate Frisbee champion.

There’s a lot of things to know about this talented versatile personality. Check out her biography that profiles detailed information about her childhood, acting career, personal life, family life, height, weight, vital stats, achievements, net worth and fun facts.

Lakshmi Priyaa ChandramouliBiography

Birth Name

Lakshmi Priyaa Chandramouli

Nickname

Priyaa, LP

Profession

Actress, Sportsperson

Personal Life

Birthday / Date of Birth

Lakshmi was born on 9 April 1984 in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.

Hometown

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

Age

She is currently 33 years old.

Sun Sign

Aries

Education

Lakshmi graduated with a master’s degree in human resource management from Madras School of Social Work.

Nationality

Indian

Ethnicity

Indian (Tamilian)

Religion

Hindu

Family Details

  • Father – Chandramouli
  • Mother – Unknown
  • Siblings – Unknown

Marital Status

Single

Affairs

She is very reluctant and has never disclosed her link ups or break ups openly.

Physical Statistics

Height

  • In feet – 5 feet 10 inches
  • In centimeters – 178 cm
  • In meters – 1.78 m

Weight

  • In Kilograms – 58 kg
  • In Pounds – 128 lbs

Body measurements

  • Measurements – 35-26-36
  • Bust – 35 inches
  • Waist – 26 inhces
  • Hip – 36 inches
  • Bra Size – 32C

Body Build

Slim

Eye Color

Black

Hair Color

Black

Shoe Size

She should be wearing a size 9 (US) shoe.

Dress Size

Her dress size presumably be 6 (US).

Sexuality

Straight

Lakshmi Priyaa Chandramouli Height Weight Age Wiki Biography

Professional Statistics

Film Debut

Lakshmi Priyaa Chandramouli made her acting debut playing a small role with the 2010 Tamil romantic comedy Mundhinam Paartheney, written and directed by Magizh Thirumeni.

Her first title role came in 2013 Tamil black comedy film, Sutta Kadhai. Thereafter, she worked in many films in Tamil and Malayalam (Angels was her debut film).

Television Debut

Two year later, she starred in a Tamil courtroom soap opera, Dharmayutham which aired on Vijay TV.

In 2017, she has been a cast in a Tamil romantic thriller web series, Maya Thirai.

Brand Endorsements

She appeared in a bunch of television commercials like Shankar cement, Meera shampoo and others.

Lakshmi Priyaa Favorites

Her favorites are unknown.

Social Media Portfolio

Lakshmi Priyaa Quick Facts

Born in a orthodox Tamil Brahmin family, Lakshmi intended to become a sports person and has many credits to her.

She started learning gymnastics and cricket at the tender age of 10, and participated in many state and national tournaments. She was selected for India’s B national cricket team and played a series with West Indies.

Chandramouli is a proud member of Chennai Ultimate Frisbee, where she participated at many competitions.

After graduation, she briefly worked as a HR in a corporate company and later joined Evam, an English theatre company when she realized that HR profession is not her cup of coffee. She is a performing artiste and a director at Evam.

Lakshmi Priyaa even worked with K. Balachander in one of his television series.

Having starred in many short films, Lakshmi became the talk of the town, following a release of a short film, Lakshmi. This 18-minute film deals with female emancipation and extramarital affair. It received mixed reviews and at the same time, stirred controversy for showing woman in badlight and eventually, she was trolled on social media for taking up such role.

She will be next seen in Nivin Pauly’s Richie.

Lakshmi Priyaa has modeled for many famous photographers in the industry. She also went topless for a photo-shoot, and posted on social media quoting, “You don’t have to play masculine to be a strong woman”.