Sangeeta Krishnasamy

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Sangeeta Krishnasamy
Sangeeta Krishnasamy at Vedigundu Pasangge movie audio launch.jpg
Sangeetha at audio launch of Vedigundu Pasangge in 2018
Alma mater University of London
Occupation(s)Model, actress
Years active2009–present
Height1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)

Sangeeta Krishnasamy is a Malaysian actress and model. [1] She did a small role in Kollywood movie after making an appearance in Venkat Prabhu's hit Goa and as the female lead in ZHA among famous South Indian film actors. [2] In 2015 she was the female lead for two hit Malaysian Tamil movies Vetti Pasanga & Vennira Iravugal. Vennira Iravugal became an acclaimed Malaysian Tamil movie after it was screened in several film festivals around Europe and won a special jury award at the Norway Tamil Film Festival in 2014, subsequently taking home all 5 awards in all categories at the Malaysian Kalai Ulagam Awards in 2015. She is amongst the top actresses in the Malaysian Film Industry.


She won awards at the Malaysian Kalai Ulagam Award 2015 for Best Actress in Movie and Telemovie category. [3] The FFM 29 Best Film, Adiwiraku earned her the Best Actress of 2017 award, and marked her first venture into mainstream Malaysian cinema, and despite being a newcomer and her first film in the Malay language, she made it to the top five of the Best Actress category and subsequently also won at Anugerah Skrin and The Kuala Lumpur Film Critics Award, making her not only the first Indian but also the first actress to win all three in the same year.

Sangeeta Krishnasamy is a Malaysian Indian. She was born in Kuala Lumpur and studied law at the University of London, she started her career as a model while studying when she was offered to model for Nikon's online campaign, she speaks Tamil, Malay, and English fluently.



2009 Goa Jessica's friendTamil Kollywood film; Uncredited role
2010I Know What You Did Last DeepavaliTamil
2014 Vennira Iravuggal MegalaTamil Malaysian Kalai Ulagam Award 2015 for Best Actress Award in Movie category
2014Vetti PasangaTamilPasange Trilogy
2017 Adiwiraku Cikgu CherylEnglish
29th Malaysia Film Festival 2017 for Best Actress Award
Anugerah Skrin 2017 for Best Film Actress Award
Kuala Lumpur Film Critics Awards 2017 for Best Actress Award
2017Kambathe KannemmaTamil
2017EnnavalBarathi and CinderellaTamil
2017Vassantha VillasTamil
2018Villavan: The VigilanteTamil
2018 Vedigundu Pasangge VidhyaTamilHighest grossing Malaysian Tamil film of all time
The Final Sequel Of Pasangge Trilogy
2018 Rise: Ini Kalilah ShantiMalay
2020 Daulat MelissaMalay
2021Hantu Bonceng 2.0SallyMalay
2022 Air Force The Movie: Selagi Bernyawa Lieutenant Layla SaravanaMalay
2023Duan Nago BoghoSalmiMalay
2023Baik Punya Ah LongMalay


2009Satyam Sivam SundramTamil
2009Deepa KondattamTamil Deepavali Special
2010Bangsar Villa'sTamil
2010A Night Before ChristmasTamil and English Christmas Special
2011Natpu NatpuTamil
2011Netru Illatha MatramTamil
2011Natpugal PirivathillaiTamil
2012Last ChanceTamil
2014UnarvuTamil Malaysian Kalai Ulagam Award 2015 for Best Actress Award in Telemovie and DVD category
2017Oh My English Level Up!Malay and English
2019Detak Cinta StetoskopMalay
2019Spanar Jaya XMalay
2021Muruku Ikan MasinTamil, Malay
2021Kari Ayam MamaMalay

Hosting and Emcee

ATTAM 100 VAGAITamil Astro Vaanavil
Sukaneka 1 MalaysiaMalay TV2
Yellaithandi VaruveraTamil Astro Vaanavil Pongal special show
Kaadhal OviyamTamil Astro Vaanavil
AIM Malaysian-Indian AwardEnglish Astro Vaanavil Award Show


Awards and nominations

YearAwardsCategoryNominated worksResult
2015 Malaysian Kalai Ulagam Award 2015 Best Actress Award in Movie category Vennira Iravuggal Won
Best Actress Award in Telemovie and DVD categoryUnarvuWon
2017 29th Malaysia Film Festival Best Actress Adiwiraku Won [4]
Kuala Lumpur Film Critics' Awards 2017Won [5]
Anugerah Skrin 2017Best Film Actress AwardWon [6]
2018Kuala Lumpur Film Critics' Awards 2018Best Actress Vedigundu Pasangge Nominated [7]
2019 Norway Tamil Film Festival Awards 2019 Best Actor Female Tamil – DiasporaWon [8]
2019 30th Malaysia Film Festival Best Actress Rise: Ini Kalilah Nominated [9]
202131st Malaysia Film FestivalBest Actress Ennaval Nominated

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