Shreya Narayan is a popular Indian film and television actress, writer model, and social worker. She came to limelight for her role of 'Mahua' in the Tigmanshu Dhulia superhit film 'Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster'. She has worked in many Hindi films such as Rockstar, Knocks Out, Raajneeti, Prem Mayee etc.She was also featured in the 2010 film debut 'Kuch Kariye' which was an acting debut for Sukhwinder Singh. She portrayed a character of a mentally disturbed girl in Rajshri's 'Samrat & Co'.
The lyrics for the song 'Sharm Laaj' for director Soumik Sen and producer Anubhav Sinha's movie 'Gulaab Gang' was written by her. The movie was a hit and famous Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit was seen in the lead role. She played a pivotal character in Inder Kumar's film 'Super Nani' starring legendary Hindi Film actress and very beautiful 'Rekha' as a Nani.
She made her debut with Yashraj Film's mini-series 'Powder'. She played a lead role character named 'Julie' who was a police informer and a high-class escort. The series was aired on Sony TV and was directed by Atul Sabharwal. She was also seen in another Yashraj Miniseries 'Kismet', where she played a character of an obsessive girl with a vengeful streak, 'Vasudha'. The series was directed by Naresh Malhotra and was aired again on Sony TV.
She worked as a co-producer for the film 'Wedding Anniversary' in 2015.The film star cast Mahie Gill and Nana Patekar. She had also worked in Syed Afzal Ahmed's 'Ye Lal Rang'Syed Afzal Ahmed's 'Ye Lal Rang' and Tigmanshu Dhulia's 'Yaraa'. She portrayed ‘Sharmila’ in one of the Anurag Basu's Rabindranath Tagore Stories titled ‘Dui Bon' in 2015. The series was aired on Epic Channel and her work was highly appreciated by the public. Apart from films, she has also worked in many Ad films for well-known brands such as Amul, Vodafone, Castrol, Pepsodent, Axis Bank, etc.Her appearance in Bharatmatrimony 'Kaisa Tha' TVC was a super hit.
She is an active social worker and worked with Prakash Jha on Bihar Flood Relief Mission during Kosi river floods. She had written an article for the 'Indian Economist' titled 'An Economic Model of Bollywood' and the article was well received.