As Shruti Haasan Completes 10 Years In The Film Industry, Actress Writes An Emotional Letter!

Shruti gets emotional as she pens down this letter.

Shruti Haasan made her acting debut in Hey Ram alongside her father Kamal Haasan in the year 2000. With her Bollywood debut in Luck in the year 2009, the actress went on to debut in Tamil and Telugu. With a Hollywood series and Vijay Sethupathi’s Laabam in her kitty, Shruti Haasan has been doing the best she can these last 10 years. She has also been doing a great deal of gigs in London sharpening her already great voice (Remember Un Vizhigalil from Mann Karate?).

The stunner took to Instagram and shared a heartfelt note about her long decade career.  She wrote, “Today I’ve completed ten years as an actor in the movie business. There’s so much I have learnt and so much I’m thankful for. I promise I will work harder and do better and make everyone who’s supported be proud.” Here’s her full post:



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It was few years ago that Shruti made her relationship open and out to the public that Shruti Haasan dated Michael Corsale. The couple shared a lot of pictures on social media including the one where the two are holding hands. It has also been confirmed that Shruti has gotten an approval from both Sarika and Kamal for her wedding. She also introduced him to all her friends and relatives at a wedding event in Chennai too.

Confirming that they have actually parted ways, her now ex-boyfriend Michael Corsale confirmed on social media that they have actually parted ways. He tweeted, “Life has just kept us on opposite sides of the globe unfortunately and so we have to walk solo paths it seems. This young lady will always be my best mate. So, grateful to always have her as a friend. Luv ya gal.”

But Shruti Haasan neither acknowledged the post nor did she deny it. However, in a recent interview, here’s what she said, “I’m very much single.” The stunning actress is now focused on her professional life more than ever before.

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