Pranitha Subhash

Pranitha Subhash is a leading South Indian film actress who has worked in more than 20 films in the Kannada, Telugu and Tamil industry alongside superstars in the likes of Darshan, Suriya, Pawan Kalyan, Jr. NTR to name a few. Currently, she’s on her way to her Bollywood debut with Hungama 2 (starring Shilpa Shetty, Paresh Rawal) and Bhuj (starring Ajay Devgan. In the past few years, she has been a committed social worker and a philanthropist working on causes ranging from education, healthcare, crisis relief and disaster management. Under her able leadership, Pranitha Foundation has organised numerous blood donation camps, COVID-relief activities, setting up of medical camps.
In 2018, Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs invited her to be a part of the Young South Indian Leaders Delegation to visit the country. In 2018-2019, the Election Commission of India appointed her as the ambassador for the Karnataka State Assembly Elections and the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections. This was aimed at increasing voter turnout and democratic participation during the elections.
An addendum to Pranitha’s inclination towards public-policy, advocacy and philanthropy has also been supplemented by the fact that she has remained vocal on issues of local and national importance. Her statements on the India-China border standoff at Galwan Valley, her statement in support of the construction of the Bhavya Ram Mandir in Ayodhya and the one against the attacks on sexual minorities in Kashmir are a few examples that stand out.
In 2020, Harvard Kennedy School awarded her with the status of an alumnus.