Komal Sharma

Komal Sharma is an Indian film actress and model. She has appeared in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam language films.[1]

Komal Sharma
Komal J. SHarma

OccupationActress, model, squash player
Years active2011 – present

Early life

Sharma was born in Chennai, India, the youngest among her four siblings. She earned her Bachelor of Computer Applications from Sri Kanyaka Parameswari College for women, Chennai. She earned her Doctorate in 2018. She joined the Squash Racquets Federation of India (SRFI) and won several junior and senior National Squash championships. She even completed the 21 km Chennai Marathon.


Sharma endorsed various brands. She won Miss Metropolis 2011, Sunsilk Miss Tamil Nadu, Lux Miss Beautiful Skin of Tamil Nadu, Lux Miss Beautiful Skin of South India, IBIBO I Fresh Face of South India and was twice crowned Miss Tamil Nadu in two different events.[2]

She was offered a role in S. A. Chandrasekhar's Sattapadi Kutram, paired with Vikrant.[1] Before its release, she completed Oothari, directed by Shakti Krishna.[3] Sharma's third movie was Nagaraja Cholan MA, MLA directed by Manivannan, a hit. Nagaraja Cholan cholan MA, MLA is the sequel to Amaidipadai. Sharma works in Tamil, Telugu and Hindi language movies. Anu is a Telugu movie directed and produced by Sunil Kumar. It is Sharma's Telugu debut with co-stars Suman and Possani Ramakrishnan. Immediately after that she signed Vaigai Express in Tamil directed by Shaji Kailash. Natrinai is a Tamil movie directed and produced by Gautham Elangovan.


Sharma featured in more than 150 print and television commercials nationally and Internationally and appeared in shows internationally.


2011Sattapadi KutramS. A. ChandrasekharTamil
2012OothariShakti KrishnanTamil
2013Nagaraja Cholan MA, MLAManivannanTamil
2014AnuSunil KumarTelugu
2017Vaigai ExpressShaji KailashTamil
2018Natrinai-India Fight BacksGautham ElangovanTamilFilming
2019 Marakkar: Arabikadalinte Simham' PriyadarshanMalayalamFilming
2019Ittymaani: Made in ChinaJibi&JojuMalayalamFilming


  1. Manigandan K R (18 March 2011). "Komal spills the beans". The Times Of India. Retrieved 16 May 2013.
  2. "Newsletter Issue No. 56". Ispsquash.com. Retrieved 16 May 2013.
  3. "Itsy-Bitsy: Squash to screen". 2011-03-26 The Hindu. Retrieved 16 May 2013.
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