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Swati Verma
  • Native place: 
    Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh
  • Date of birth: 
    Sun, 11/15/1981
  • Gender: 
  • Known language: 
    Hindi, English, Bhojpuri,Tamil

Swati Verma is a versatile Indian actress active in Bhojpuri and south Indian movies. She was born to doctor parents on 15 October 1981 in Mumbai. But basically she is from Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh. Her parents were working in KEM hospital during 1970s and later they moved to their home city Bilaspur. She studied science as her parents wanted her to be in medical profession but from very childhood she was passionate towards glamour world.

Initially Swati’s parents were skeptical about acting profession but looking at her determination and passion, they eventually agreed with her decision. She did a diploma course in Russia language and interior designing course. Before starting career in acting she joined Kishore Namit Kapoor's acting school.

At an early age she started acting in TV serials like Ek din ki vardi (Sahara TV), Suraag (crime detective story in Sab TV) and Aryaman (DD Network).

She started her acting career in Bhojpuri cinema with the film Sasurari Zindabad in 2007. Soon after her debut she has never looked back and craved an enviable niche for herself in Bhojpuri cinema.

She worked with Bhojpuri stars like Manoj Tiwari, Ravi Kishan and became one of the most popular actress in Bhojpuri film circles.

Other than Bhojpuri cinema she has worked in Tamil, Telugu and Malayalam films.

Films of Swati Verma

Sasurari Zindabad (Bhojpuri)

Rasik Balma (Bhojpuri)

Brahma Deva (Tamil)

Hamar Rajo Daroga No 1 (Bhojpuri)

Drogam Nadanthathu Enna (Tamil)

 Maatti (Bhojpuri)

 Kootanchoru (Tamil)

 Ungal Viruppam (Tamil)

Koottanchoru (Tamil)

Company (Telugu)

Mada Mrugam (Telugu)

Drogam Nadanthathu Enna (Tamil)

Brahma Deva (Tamil)

Symphony (Malayalam)

Main Meri Patni Aur Who (Bhojpuri)

Kaalam Kalamai (Tamil)

Ek Chumma Dai Deb (Bhojpuri)

In an interview to a local news channel Swati told that Bhojpuri cinemas are more about lives of villagers with a mixture of family drama, masala and comedy. According to Swati people in south India are more disciplined and serious towards their work. And also they pay amazingly well for films. Even in an item songs a good amount is paid to actress.