An India TV and film actress, Sri Divya is predominantly famous for acting in Tamil and Telugu films. Her elder sister Sri Ramya is also an actress down South.
After starting her career as a child artist in movies like Hanuman Junction (2000), Yuvaraju (2000), and Veede (2003), Sri Divya made her debut as a lead actress in the 2010 romantic movie Manasara. Directed by Ravi Babu, the movie starred debutant Vikram, along with her. Post the failure of Manasara, Sri Divya starred in Bus Stop (2012) opposite Prince. The movie opened to positive reviews and was particularly praised for being an entertaining youth comedy.
Sri Divya had a very successful 2013. Her first release in the year Mallela Theeramlo Sirimalle Puvvu was a hit, both critically and commercially. Directed by GV Rama Raju, Sri Divya received a lot of appreciation for her role as a lonely wife who falls head over heels for a writer. Her next film in 2013, Varuthapadatha Valibar Sangam, also marked her Tamil debut. Starring Sivakarthikeyan, alongside Sri Divya, the movie was a blockbuster and received the biggest opening in Sivakarthikeyan`s career at the time of its release. For essaying the character of Lathapandi, Sri Divya bagged South Indian International Movie Awards for Best Debut Actress.
She further starred in movies like Jeeva (2014), Vellaikaara Durai (2014), Kaaki Sattai (2015), Bangalore Naatkal, (2016) and Maruthu (2016). Her other 2016 releases include Kashmora, with Karthik Sivakumar and Nayantara, and Soori, and Maaveeran Kittu opposite Vishnu, while her 2017 projects include Sangili Bungili Kadhava Thorae, with Jiiva.