- The actress shared a monochrome photo of herself on Wednesday
- She can be seen showing off her tattoo in the photo
- “Say my name – say it out loud”, the actress wrote in the caption
Shruti Haasan has to be the coolest actress on social media today. When she doesn’t blow us away with her witty jokes, she amazes us all with her gorgeous photos. And, who can forget the gothic charm she spreads on Instagram, giving us fashion and makeup goals along the way? The actress is also known for her penchant for tattoos and shared a glimpse of one of her five tattoos on Instagram. In her latest post, Shruti Haasan poses with her bare back facing the camera. His tattoo, written in Tamil script, spells out his name: “Shruti”.
In addition to the black and white image, Shruti Haasan wrote: “Say my name – say it out loud.” Fans and followers of the actress flooded the comments section with emojis and compliments.
Her name tattoo isn’t the only one that Shruti Haasan flaunts as a diva. In a recent photo, we can see a large rose on his wrist. “Nothing to hide = death in the eyes – play with shadows, bathe in the light keep your energies buzzing with your tailor-made life,” was his legend.
And in another video, Shruti Haasan is seen showing off a delicate tattoo on his left foot. Did anyone say mind blowing? In the caption area, the actress wrote: “Baby tiger on the prowl”. With another tattoo on the lower back and one behind the ear, we have to say that Shruti is the queen of the tattoo that we love to cheer on.
And, while she enjoys leaving her fans in awe of her super cool avatar, Shruti Haasan also believes in keeping it real on Instagram. A few weeks ago, the actress shared a retrospective image of herself at 17. “When I found this – my very first modeling gig at age 17. I watch a little (poomoji) and a little (star emoji) but it’s like life isn’t that. liked to work and grow, even sideways, “wrote the actress.
Shruti Haasan is the daughter of actors Kamal Haasan and Sarika Thakur. She is known for her work in films such as Gabbar Singh, Srimanthudu, Race Gurram and D-Day among others.