Chiranjeevi Sarja (17 October 1980 – 7 June 2020) was an Indian film actor who appeared in Kannada films. He was the brother of actor Dhruva Sarja, nephew of actor Arjun Sarja and grandson of veteran Kannada actor Shakti Prasad.
Sarja was born in Bangalore. He completed his schooling in Baldwin Boys High School, Bangalore before graduating from Vijaya College, Bangalore. He worked as an assistant director with his uncle Arjun Sarja for about 4 years.
Sarja acted in 22 films, beginning with the 2009 film Vayuputra which was directed by his uncle Kishore Sarja and earned him the Innovative Film Award for Best Debut (Male). A number of his films were remakes of other language films, including the action film Varadhanayaka (2013), the supernatural thriller Whistle (2013), the horror comedy Chandralekha (2014), the action film Rudra Tandava (2015) and the action thriller Amma I Love You (2018).
In October 2017, he was engaged to actress Meghana Raj. They got married in a Christian ceremony on 30 April 2018, followed by a traditional Hindu wedding ceremony on 2 May 2018 at Palace Grounds.
On 6 June 2020, Sarja suffered convulsions and complained of breathlessness. On 7 June, he developed chest pain and collapsed around 1:10 p.m. He was taken to a private hospital in Jayanagar in "an unresponsive state"; the doctors declared him dead at 3:48 p.m., citing cardiac arrest as the cause of death.