Meera Vasudevan, model turned actress, made her debut onto Bollywood with the film 'Rules : Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula'
Meera Vasudevan is a popular Bollywood and South Indian Actress. She is also a model.She made her debut in Bollywood with "Rules : Pyar Ka Superhit Formula", a sweet and satirical movie about love and heartbreak which also starred model turned actor Milind Soman.She was born on 29 January (year not known).
She is married to Vishal Agarwal.She can speak in Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam and English.
Meera Vasudevan has modelled for a couple of ads, including the very popular ‘Om Cricketaya Namaha’ rangoli ad during the Cricket World Cup- 2002 series that made her an overnight celebrity.
Height: 5 feet 4 in
Hair Color: Black
Hair Length: Long
Ethnicity: Indian/South Asian
Newcomer Meera Vasudevan has been lying low ever since her Bollywood debut in Milind Soman’s film ‘Rules’. But now she has bagged a raunchy role in a film inspired from Princess Diana’s love story.
The film titled Adaa: Will Kill You will have Meera playing a role that is based on the character of Prince Charles's lover Camilla Parker Bowles. The film also stars Diana Hayden and Gulshan Grover .
The role fell into Meera’s kitty after actress Vasundhara Das walked out of the project due to date problems.
1. Thodi Life Thoda Magic (2008)
2. Chain Kulii Ki Main Kulii (2007) .... Malini
3. Khaki (2007)
4. Ekantham (2007)
5. Oruvan (2006)
6. Hello? Kaun Hai! (2006) .... Nandi
7. Thanmathra (2005) (as Meera Vasudev) .... Lekha
8. Rules: Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula (2003) .... Radha
Besides this film, Meera is also committed to another Bollywood project titled Hello Kaun Hai with sex kitten Nigar Khan .
* Tamil Nadu State Govt Awards 2004, State award for Best Actress, Unnai Charan Adainden, 2004
* Indian Express Screen Awards(hindi), nominated for best upcoming actress for Rules pyar ka superhit formula, 2004
* Sansui Awards, nominated for best upcoming actress for Rules pyar ka superhit formula, 2004
* Asianet Film Awards ,malyalam, Fresh Face of the Year for Thanmatra, 2005