Aishwarya Rajesh was born in 10th January 1990 in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. She is an Indian Film Actress, Television Presenter, Singer & Playback Singer who known for her work in Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi & Telugu cinema. She appears predominantly in Tamil films. She first came to public attention as the host of the popular television show Asatha Povathu Yaaru and subsequently rose to prominence when she won the reality dance show Maanada Mayilada. Since her acting debut with the 2011 Tamil film Avargalum Ivargalum, Aishwarya has appeared in over 30 films, which includes a few acting credits in Malayalam and Hindi films. In 2015, Aishwarya was nominated for a Filmfare Award (South) for her performance in the critically acclaimed Tamil film Kaaka Muttai. Aishwarya Rajesh studied at Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai and graduated with a B.Com degree. She started to learn dance since she needed to choreograph a stage show for a student cultural fest and later entered the reality show Maanada Mayilada on Kalaignar TV. She won the show's third season and got offered roles in films thereafter. In 2014, she was seen alongside Vijay Sethupathi in two film, Rummy, and Pannaiyarum Padminiyum, released within two weeks. While the first film was a village drama set in the 1980s, the latter was based on a short film of the same name, and revolved around an old man and his vintage car Premier Padmini. Critics praised her performances, especially in Rummy. Hindustan Times wrote that she was "extremely promising" while film critic Baradwaj Rangan noted that she was "expressive", calling her "a tonic for nerves frayed by the alabaster automatons we usually get as heroines". Later that year, she appeared in a song sequence in R. Parthiepan's Kathai Thiraikathai Vasanam Iyakkam and as the female lead in Thirudan Police. Aishwarya's first release in 2015 was Kaaka Muttai. Her portrayal of a slum dweller and mother of two children was lauded by critics. Baradwaj Rangan wrote, "it features stunning performances from everyone...especially Aishwarya Rajesh, who plays the kids' mother with a world-weariness that belies her years". Other reviewers stated that she was "excellent" played her role "with extraordinary ease" and that she "leaves you awe-struck". That year, she also made her the stage debut, playing Cinderella from the same-titled fairytale that was adapted as a "musical dance drama". Kutramae Thandanai that sees her collaborating with Kaaka Muttai director Manikandan and the horror comedy film Hello Naan Pei Pesuren, in which she plays a tele-shopping sales girl.