Shriya Saran is a beautiful Indian film actress, model and brand ambassador who has starred in one of the highest grossing Tamil films, "Sivaji" and has also starred in an English film, "The Other End of the Line", an American-Indian production. Shriya Saran has been a very popular actress in the Bollywood film industry and at this stage of her career it might be time for her to consider making more English language films and even filming outside of India in countries such as England or even the United States because her most recent film roles have not come close to maximizing her acting ability as she has been basically just in the movie to be seen but not in any major acting role.
Shriya Saran is in a unique can't win situation in India in that she is wanted in films and as a brand ambassador because she is such an attractive woman but she is also criticized incessantly and subjected to many derogatory comments because of her beautiful appearance. She has graced the covers of Maxim India and many other magazines and she is a model who is so attractive that she would be in demand almost anywhere in the world. However she recently had to shut down her Twitter account because of all the negative and vicious comments about her and the acting roles she has played recently.
Shriya Saran might be better off continuing her acting career in England or North America where she could act in more substantial parts with less restrictions and in the process grow her fan base in Europe and North America while bringing her new films to her young fans in India. Currently she is filming the movie "Manam" which will be seen by those in India but if she were to film a Bollywood/Hollywood movie in the United States it is very likely that such a film would be a financial success as it would attract fans in the United States, England and India and would provide her the opportunity to show herself in a more dynamic, stronger role.
She would be one of the few Indian actresses who would be able to attract people to a film if it were to be released in the United States, England and India because she is a known name in England and India and the large Indian market in the United States is anxiously waiting for the opportunity to support an Indian actress in a film, any film.
The only question for Shriya Saran would be whether she could handle the scrutiny and public criticism that would come from performing in a Bollywood/Hollywood film but if she decides that she is finally fed up with being "eye candy" in movies she and her agent should consider creating a project for her in Hollywood and making her a true Bollywood/Hollywood icon.