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Radhika Gandhi

Sanjanna Gandhi's sister

Radhika
Radhika Pandit

Radhika Pandit hails from a Konkani-speaking community of Shirali-bhatkal near Uttara Kannada district. She studied in Cluny Covent High School and Mount Carmel College and currently resides near Devaiah Park, Bangalore.

She acted in two Kannada tele-serials, "Nandagokula" and "Sumangali", before starting a career as a film actress. Pandit made her feature film debut in Moggina Manasu, which rendered her a Filmfare Award for Best Actress in Kannada in 2008 as well as the Karnataka State Film Award for 2008-09. She again won the Filmfare Award in 2009 for her performance in the film Love Guru and went on to win a third Filmfare Award at 2010 ceremony as well for her performance in Krishnan Love Story. She's the only actress among the current crop of actresses to have claimed back to back Filmfare Awards.

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jennifer kotwal

Jennifer Dinshaw Kotwal is a Parsi model and actress from Mumbai, India. She went to school at Villa Teresa High School in Mumbai, and completed her studies with a degree in Economics at HR College, also in Mumbai.

 

She started her acting career with Hindi television serials such as Just Mohabbat. She has modelled for Lakme, Fanta, Close-up and Cadbury, among others. She then enacted smaller roles in Hindi films such as Subhash Ghai's Yaadein before landing the lead in the 2005 Kannada movie Jogi oppositeShivarajkumar, which set box office records. Shooting for the sequel to Jogi commenced in June 2009. She appeared as Abhishek Bachchan's sister in Bas Itna Sa Khwaab Hai. In 2009 she made her Bollywood debut as a lead heroine in Mudh Mudh Ke Na Dekkh Mudh Mudh Ke, opposite Himesh Reshammiya.

 


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Chaya Singh

Chaya Singh is an actress, born 16 May 1976 in Bangalore. She did her schooling at Lourdes School, Bangalore. Her parents had migrated from Uttar Pradesh to Karnataka before her birth. She has a reputation of being very selective in her roles.[1]

Her first film role was in Haseena which was directed by Girish Kasaravalli. Later on she went to do movies in Kannada.

After having few chances in the Kannada industry she migrated to Tamil movies. There most of the producers and directors cast her for item numbers. Chaya Singh's most famous movie is Thiruda Thirudi in Tamil which has the popular song Manmadharasa.[2]

In this film she got a break and many producers wanted her to do item number in their movies, which the actress dislikes.[3]

The actress wants to show her talents. Recently she has performed in Akasha Gange in Kannada which is set to release.[4] She is recently acting in tamil serial Nagamma, airing on Sun TV

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Bhavana (Lakshmi from Jackie)

Karthika Menon (born 6 June 1986) better known by her stage name Bhavana is an Indian film actress. She made her acting debut in Kamal's super hit Nammal (2002), which won her critical acclaim and various honors. In a career spanning eight years, she has appeared in over forty-five films, in Malayalam, Tamil, Telugu and Kannada languages, while winning one Filmfare and two Kerala State Film Awards.

Aindrita Ray

Aindrita Ray (born on 4 April 1990) is an Indian film actress, primarily appearing in Kannada films. She made her acting debut in 2007, starring in Meravanige and went on to appear in several commercially successful films, establishing herself as a leading contemporary actress of Kannada cinema. She is perhaps best known for her critically acclaimed performance as Devika, a mentally challenged girl, in Manasaare.

Aindrita Ray was born as the youngest daughter into a Bengali family in Udaipur, Rajasthan, where she spent her childhood, before moving to Mumbai.[2] With her father, A. K. Ray, being a dentist in the Indian Air Force, she along with her family moved from one place to another, finally settling in Bangalore. Her mother, Sunita Ray, is a child psychologist, while her elder sister works for a multinational company.[4] Ray studied at Baldwin Girls High School, Bangalore. Later she joined Dr. B R Ambedkar Dental College, Bangalore to pursue a bachelor's degree in dental science.[3] While studying, she did part-time modelling, appearing in television advertisements, which paved way for her entry into the film industry. She can converse in Kannada, Hindi, English and Bengali.

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Sanjana Gandhi / Pooja Gandhi

About Pooja Gandhi (Sanjana Gandhi)

Pooja Gandhi was born in paurath, punjab, on October 07 1981 in a traditional Punjabi family. Her father Pawan Gandhi is a businessman and her mother Jyothi Gandhi is a housewife. She studied at Sophia Convent and Dewan Public School in Meerut. She has two younger sisters, Radhika Gandhi, who is also working in Kannada films, and Suhani Gandhi, a tennis player

She entered the Kannada film industry with Mungaru Male,[3] a film that became a big hit in Karnataka, and she popularly came to be known as Mungaru Male Hudugi ("Mungaru Male girl").

Pooja Gandhi acted in the Kannada movie Krishna, opposite "Comedy Time" Ganesh, her co-actor in Mungaru Male. She has since acted in several Kannada films including Kodagana Koli Nungitha, Manmahta, Milana, Buddhivantha, Huchchi, Taj Mahal and Honey Honey.

Pooja has acted in 30 Kannada Movies so far.


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Ramya
Amoolya (Amulya)

Amoolya is child star who has acted in several movies in minor roles before becoming a lead actress with the movie Cheluvina Chittara in 2007 which was a huge hit .

 

 

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