Chandrika Ravi is an Indian artist, born in Melbourne, Australia on the 5th of April 1989.
Chandrika took the Indian film industry by storm after debuting with the 2018 Tamil comedy blockbuster 'Irattu Arayil Murattu Kuthu' followed by the thriller, ‘Sei the FIlm’.
With the release of her first Telugu film, Chikati Gadilo Chithakkotudu, in March of this year and the bilingual Tamil & Malayalam film, Un Kadhal Irunthal scheduled for a release at the end of this year; Chandrika has been recognized for her talent and passion, starring opposite and working with some of the biggest names in India.
In 2011, she was the first Indian to place in the state finals of Miss World Australia and shortly after that won the title of Miss Maxim India Runner Up 2012; also placing as a state finalist in Miss India Australia. She continues her passion for modeling with many endorsements, being published in renowned international magazines and appearing in international campaigns such as Schwarzkopf and Beauty Blender to name a few.
Chandrika began learning acting and dancing at the age of 3, undergoing extensive training in the classical Indian dance styles of Bharathanatyam and Kathak, as well as Bollywood, Indian Folk Dance and Musical Theatre at The Temple of Fine Arts; along with studies in Jazz, Ballet and Contemporary at The Australian National Youth Performing Arts Group. She graduated from the New York Film Academy with a diploma in ‘Acting for Film’ in 2012, and has also studied ‘English and Performing Arts’ at Murdoch University in Western Australia.
Ambition, passion, drive, humility and her unique look have attracted many job prospects and wowed audiences around the globe. Through her achievements she has become a role model to Indian females everywhere, one of the biggest blessings she could ever ask for, instilling hope and determination that they too can break the mould!
Chandrika aims to use her growing voice to advocate equality and rights for women and girls around the world, especially in India; along with being a spokesperson for mental illness and advocates to help break the taboos that surround it. She is also currently working with UNICEF India as an ambassador.
She resides between Los Angeles and Chennai, striving to leave her mark on the world.
Art, just for the love of it.