Swetha Basu Prasad began her career as a childish actress in Hindi movies and television series and appeared in some TV soaps. She was awarded the National Award as Best Artist for her performance in the 2002 film "Makdee", and in 2005 she was seen in "Iqbal" playing the role of a younger sister.
In a short time she rose to prominence and was inundated with offers. Srikanth Addala "Kotha Bangaru Lokam" in Telugu has become the springboard for Swetha as the main heroine in the South. The sensational success of the film brought him more offers and Swetha became popular in the Telugu industry.
After a long interruption, the actress Swetha Basu Prasad returns on the small screen with "Chandra-Nandini." Rajat Tokas was attached to Chandragupta Maurya and Swetha was finalized for the role of Nandini, the wife of Chandragupta Maurya. Swetha found fame on the small screen through her roles in shows such as "Kutumb", "Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii" and "Karishma Kaa Karishma".
Swetha Basu said: "This is an exciting time for TV actors because there are more variety of characters than ever and I am ready to act in Telugu series too." Hopefully the actress Swetha will get a great Success for this upcoming series.