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  Jackky Bhagnani
Jackky Bhagnani is an Indian Bollywood actor. He is the son of Indian producer Vashu Bhagnani. He made his acting debut in 2009 with Kal Kissne Dekha and then appeared in a moderate success F.A.L.T.U in 2011.

Jackky Bhagnani is an Indian Bollywood actor. He is the son of Indian producer Vashu Bhagnani. He made his acting debut in 2009 with Kal Kissne Dekha and then appeared in a moderate success F.A.L.T.U in 2011.

Known For: Mohini
 
  Andrea Jeremiah
Andrea Jeremiah (born December 21, 1984) is an Tamil playback singer, voice actor and a film and theatre actress. Beginning her career singing playback, Andrea has gone on to appear in critically acclaimed films such as Pachaikili Muthucharam and Aayirathil Oruvan, winning praise for her portrayals.

Andrea was born as the eldest child into an Anglo-Indian nuclear family in Arakkonam, Tamil Nadu. She was brought up in Chennai and graduated from the Women's Christian College. Her father is a lawyer at the High Court in Chennai, while her mother is a home-maker. She has one younger sister, who currently lives and works at Leuven, Belgium as a research assistant. From the age of 10, Andrea was part of a Jackson Five-style troupe called Young Stars which formed the base of her early singing career. She was also a theatre ar...  See full bio

Andrea Jeremiah (born December 21, 1984) is an Tamil playback singer, voice actor and a film and theatre actress. Beginning her career singing playback, Andrea has gone on to appear in critically acclaimed films such as Pachaikili Muthucharam and Aayirathil Oruvan, winning praise for her portrayals.

Andrea was born as the eldest child into an Anglo-Indian nuclear family in Arakkonam, Tamil Nadu. She was brought up in Chennai and graduated from the Women's Christian College. Her father is a lawyer at the High Court in Chennai, while her mother is a home-maker. She has one younger sister, who currently lives and works at Leuven, Belgium as a research assistant. From the age of 10, Andrea was part of a Jackson Five-style troupe called Young Stars which formed the base of her early singing career. She was also a theatre artist in her college and appeared in several stage plays organised by Madras Players and EVAM. She also launched a company named The Show Must Go On (TSMGO Productions) to promote live art and artistes.

She later ventured into playback singing in feature films, too. After rendering a song in Gautham Menon's Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu, she got an offer by the director to essay a lead female character in his next venture Pachaikili Muthucharam opposite R. Sarath Kumar, which she took up.

Pachaikili Muthucharam was a film adaptation of James Siegel's novel Derailed, with Andrea portraying Kalyani, a homemaker, whose husband engages in an affair and is blackmailed. Andrea was selected for the role after noted actresses Simran, Shobana and Tabu were approached. She subsequently received more offers to star in films, but the only project she eventually signed was Selvaraghavan's fantasy-adventure film Aayirathil Oruvan, which released in early 2010. In 2011, she agreed to play a minor supporting role in Venkat Prabhu's multi-starrer Mankatha, which was released in late August 2011. She will be next seen in a pivotal roles alongside Kamal Haasan in Vishwaroopam and Silambarasan and Rana Daggubati in Vetrimaaran's Vada Chennai.

 
  Ritika Singh
Ritika Singh is an Indian actress and mixed martial artist, who predominantly appears in Tamil films and also has appeared in Hindi and Telugu films. After competing for India at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games and then participating in the Super Fight League, she played a leading role in Sudha Kongara Prasad's Tamil film Irudhi Suttru (also shot in Hindi as Saala Khadoos) alongside R. Madhavan.  She won Special Mention at the 63rd National Film Awards for her performance in Irudhi Suttru.

Mixed martial arts career

Ritika Singh trained as a kickboxer and as a mixed martial artist from her childhood, under the guidance of her father. She made her debut in a national competition by competing in the 52 kg category at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games as a kickboxer. She subsequently appeared in the inaugural season of the Super Figh...  See full bio

Ritika Singh is an Indian actress and mixed martial artist, who predominantly appears in Tamil films and also has appeared in Hindi and Telugu films. After competing for India at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games and then participating in the Super Fight League, she played a leading role in Sudha Kongara Prasad's Tamil film Irudhi Suttru (also shot in Hindi as Saala Khadoos) alongside R. Madhavan.  She won Special Mention at the 63rd National Film Awards for her performance in Irudhi Suttru.

Mixed martial arts career

Ritika Singh trained as a kickboxer and as a mixed martial artist from her childhood, under the guidance of her father. She made her debut in a national competition by competing in the 52 kg category at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games as a kickboxer. She subsequently appeared in the inaugural season of the Super Fight League and competed as a mixed martial artist.

Acting career

In 2013, Singh was spotted by director Sudha Kongara Prasad in an advert for the Super Fight League and was later auditioned to play a leading role in her bilingual film, Saala Khadoos (2016), after the makers managed to contact her through the competition's chairman, Raj Kundra.

Portraying Madhi, a Marwari girl who grows up in the slums of Chennai, Singh was signed because the makers wanted a professional boxer to act, rather than an actress to act as a boxer. For the Tamil version, Irudhi Suttru, Singh phonetically learned her part in Tamil by writing down the dialogues in Hindi. Co-produced by the film's lead actor R. Madhavan and Rajkumar Hirani, the film was released in late January 2016.  Ritika received rave reviews for her portrayal, with Sify.com stating "she is a marvelous discovery" and "her lip sync, body language and gait is a major highlight for the film".  For her performance in Irudhi Suttru, Ritika won the a Special Mention at the 63rd National Film Awards, and became the first actress, who did not dub for her role, to be recognised at the National Awards.  Singh later appeared in Manikandan's Aandavan Kattalai, which was released in September 2016.

As of September 2016, Singh is working on P. Vasu's Shivalinga and Guru, the Telugu remake of Irudhi Suttru.

 
  Rana Daggubati
Rana Daggubati better known as Rana, is an Indian film actor, producer, visual effects co-ordinator, and photographer known for his works in Telugu cinema and Bollywood. As a Visual Effects producer Rana won the State Nandi Award for Best Special Effects in 2006 for the Telugu film Sainikudu starring Mahesh Babu. In 2006, he received the National Film Award for co-producing Bommalata – A Bellyful of Dreams.

In 2010, He made his acting debut with the Telugu blockbuster Leader for which he received the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut – South. He received critical acclaim for his performance in the 2012 crime thriller film Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum.[citation needed] In 2015, He starred as the main antagonist in Baahubali: The Beginning, which recorded the highest grossing opening for an Indian film.

Rana Daggubati better known as Rana, is an Indian film actor, producer, visual effects co-ordinator, and photographer known for his works in Telugu cinema and Bollywood. As a Visual Effects producer Rana won the State Nandi Award for Best Special Effects in 2006 for the Telugu film Sainikudu starring Mahesh Babu. In 2006, he received the National Film Award for co-producing Bommalata – A Bellyful of Dreams.

In 2010, He made his acting debut with the Telugu blockbuster Leader for which he received the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut – South. He received critical acclaim for his performance in the 2012 crime thriller film Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum.[citation needed] In 2015, He starred as the main antagonist in Baahubali: The Beginning, which recorded the highest grossing opening for an Indian film.

 
  Parvathy Nair
Parvathy Nair is an Indian film actress and model. She has acted in over 100 ad-films in Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu and Kannada.


Parvathy was born to a Malayali family in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. She completed her secondary education at Our Own English High School, Abu Dhabi, and resumed her senior secondary education at St. Thomas Central School, Trivandrum, Kerala in India. She later obtained a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science at Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University. As a school student she had won a guinness certificate for being part of team that made the longest painting in the world


She was an active member of theatre clubs in school and college and decided to pursue a career in acting. She stated, "I've always wanted to be an actor after being part of a short film we made i...  See full bio

Parvathy Nair is an Indian film actress and model. She has acted in over 100 ad-films in Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu and Kannada.


Parvathy was born to a Malayali family in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. She completed her secondary education at Our Own English High School, Abu Dhabi, and resumed her senior secondary education at St. Thomas Central School, Trivandrum, Kerala in India. She later obtained a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Science at Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University. As a school student she had won a guinness certificate for being part of team that made the longest painting in the world


She was an active member of theatre clubs in school and college and decided to pursue a career in acting. She stated, "I've always wanted to be an actor after being part of a short film we made in college".


Parvathy started modelling and was crowned Miss Karnataka in 2009 and became the face of Mysore Sandal soap. She became the brand ambassador of many leading consumer brands across the country and walked the ramp at a number of fashion shows in and out of the country before being crowned Miss Navy Queen in 2010.


After working in a commercial for director V. K. Prakash, Parvathy was offered the lead role in his feature film Beautiful. Having just completed her engineering, she said that she was not sure if she wanted to be in cinema and refused the offer. He later asked her to do a role in Poppins and by then, she felt she was ready. Although Poppins was her first release, Yakshi – Faithfully Yours was the first Malayalam film she signed. A fantasy romantic thriller, centred on the Nagayakshi concept, it saw Parvathy playing a traditional character in the past.


She had four releases in 2013, three of them bring Malayalam films. She appeared in a de-glam role in the action anthology D Company, in the segment Gangs of Vadakkumnathan, and in Nee Ko Njaa Cha, which she called "an out-and-out new-age film", and featured her in a modern avatar.Nee Ko Njaa cha was super hit in box office. In director Shaleel's Dolls, she played a medical student.The fourth release was her debut Kannada film Story Kathe.


After making her Tamil film debut with a cameo role in Nimirndhu Nil, a role she repeated in its Telugu version Janda Pai Kapiraju too,


She got a prime role in Kamal Haasan's Uttama Villain. She plays a 19 year old in the film and would be paired opposite Ashwin, who plays the son of Kamal Haasan's character. She has also signed up the Kannada film, Vasco-da-Gama .


In 2013, she was chief judge and host in the first modelling based Malayalam reality show Super Models on Amrita Television. Also in 2013, she appeared in a music video, "Ariyathe Ninayathe", by Vineeth Sreenivasan.She was included in the Bangalore Times Most Desirable Women of 2013.

 
  Amruta Khanvilkar

Amruta Khanvilkar is a captivating beauty, who appears mainly in Marathi as well as Bollywood movies. She was born on 23 November 1984 in Pune. The actress has acted in multiple Marathi movies and she is one of the most sought-after Marathi actresses in the industry. Amruta possesses a great dancing talent. She is a proficient dancer too.

Her parents' names are Raju Khanvilkar and Gauri Khanvilkar. Her younger sister's name is Aditi. Amruta Khanvilkar commenced her career in the year 2006 from a Marathi movie 'Golmaal'. The actress played a double role in this film. Amruta was a part of television talent hunt show named as 'Zee India's Best Cinestars Ki Khoj' aired on Zee TV in the year 2004. The actress ranked third in this show. The gorgeous lady was also a part of another series titled 'Time Bomb 9/11' and Sahara One's TV series 'Ad...  See full bio


Amruta Khanvilkar is a captivating beauty, who appears mainly in Marathi as well as Bollywood movies. She was born on 23 November 1984 in Pune. The actress has acted in multiple Marathi movies and she is one of the most sought-after Marathi actresses in the industry. Amruta possesses a great dancing talent. She is a proficient dancer too.

Her parents' names are Raju Khanvilkar and Gauri Khanvilkar. Her younger sister's name is Aditi. Amruta Khanvilkar commenced her career in the year 2006 from a Marathi movie 'Golmaal'. The actress played a double role in this film. Amruta was a part of television talent hunt show named as 'Zee India's Best Cinestars Ki Khoj' aired on Zee TV in the year 2004. The actress ranked third in this show. The gorgeous lady was also a part of another series titled 'Time Bomb 9/11' and Sahara One's TV series 'Ada'. The beauty with the brains hosted a TV show titled 'Bollywood Tonight' on Zee Music.

The elegant woman was in the lead role in one of the Marathi flick titled 'Saade Maade Teen' in the year 2007. This movie was one of the most successful Marathi flick at the box-office produced by Zee Talkies. Amruta appeared in Marathi television dance reality show, 'Ekapeksha Ek'. The young persona was a part of Ishq Bector's music video, 'Aye Hip Hopper'. She also anchored ETV Marathi's comedy program called 'Comedy Express'.

The actress performed a very graceful lavani, 'Vajle Ki Bara' in the Marathi movie 'Natarang' and 'Fakt Ladh Mhana'. The other Marathi flicks in which Amruta acted in, are 'Arjun' (2011), 'Dhoosar' (2011), 'Jhakaas' (2011), 'Gair' (2009), 'Doghat Tisra Ata Sagle Visara'(2008), 'Zhakkas', 'Satrangi Re' (2012), 'Shaala' (2012) and 'Aayna Ka Bayna' (2012).

Amruta was seen in various Hindi movies like 'Contract' (2008), 'HatTrick' (2007), 'Mumbai Salsa' (2007), 'Himmatwala' (Performed Cameo) (2013).

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  Siddharth Mohan
Siddharth Mohan through his music makes one enter into the realm of spiritual peace. He has been spreading love for divine through his music. Siddharth's voice has an ability that brings listener's heart to resonate with music so deeply that they themselves get immersed in love and glide into the world of peace within. He was born on 20th November, 1984. He had begun to perform at the very age of 12. He completed his graduation in "Mechanical Engineering", but he chose to fly with his dream of singing. 
Siddharth started singing from the very age of 12. His education went on side by side but his journey of singing never stopped.

Siddharth Mohan through his music makes one enter into the realm of spiritual peace. He has been spreading love for divine through his music. Siddharth's voice has an ability that brings listener's heart to resonate with music so deeply that they themselves get immersed in love and glide into the world of peace within. He was born on 20th November, 1984. He had begun to perform at the very age of 12. He completed his graduation in "Mechanical Engineering", but he chose to fly with his dream of singing. 
Siddharth started singing from the very age of 12. His education went on side by side but his journey of singing never stopped.

 
  Nayanthara
Diana Mariam Kurian, best known by her stage name Nayantara, is an Indian film actress, who has appeared in Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu and Tamil films. After several commercial successes such as Chandramukhi, Ghajini, Billa and Yaaradi Nee Mohini, she has established herself as one of the leading contemporary actresses in Tamil cinema.

She studied in various parts of India (Bangalore, Gujarat, Delhi and Kerala), as her father was an Indian Air Force official. She is a Syrian Christian by birth. She did her schooling at the prestigious Kendriya Vidyalaya schools in north India and then attended Marthoma College in Tiruvalla for her Bachelors degree in English Literature. She is a native of Tiruvalla, Pathanamthitta district..

Nayan was spotted when she was still in college by director Satyan Anthikkad, who ca...  See full bio

Diana Mariam Kurian, best known by her stage name Nayantara, is an Indian film actress, who has appeared in Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu and Tamil films. After several commercial successes such as Chandramukhi, Ghajini, Billa and Yaaradi Nee Mohini, she has established herself as one of the leading contemporary actresses in Tamil cinema.

She studied in various parts of India (Bangalore, Gujarat, Delhi and Kerala), as her father was an Indian Air Force official. She is a Syrian Christian by birth. She did her schooling at the prestigious Kendriya Vidyalaya schools in north India and then attended Marthoma College in Tiruvalla for her Bachelors degree in English Literature. She is a native of Tiruvalla, Pathanamthitta district..

Nayan was spotted when she was still in college by director Satyan Anthikkad, who cast her opposite Jayaram in the 2003 Malayalam film Manassinakkare. Later, she co-starred alongside Mohanlal in Natturajavu and in Fazils Vismayathumbathu. She was also cast with Megastar Mammootty in Thaskaraveeran and Raapakal.

She subsequently started appearing in Tamil and Telugu films. 2005, she was cast opposite Sarath Kumar in Ayya, debuting in the Tamil film industry, and followed it up with Chandramukhi. The comedy horror film, in which she starred alongside Rajinikanth, became one of the most successful Tamil films in history, running for over 700 days in theatres, turning Nayantara eventually into one of the most-sought after actresses in Tamil. Later that year her third Tamil film, A. R. Murugadoss Ghajini released, where she played a secondary female character, which again was a commercially highly successful venture. She then made her debut in Telugu, starring in the film Lakshmi, following which she performed in Boss, alongside Venkatesh and Nagarjuna, respectively. She regained her star billing in Kollywood acting opposite Ajith Kumar in the Vishnuvardhan-directed Billa. The gangster film, a remake of the same-titled 1980 Tamil film, went on to become a blockbuster success at the box office.

In 2008 she had five releases, four of which in Tamil. Her first release, the family entertainer Yaaradi Nee Mohini was one of the highest grossing Tamil films of the year, besides receiving seven nominations at the 56th Filmfare Awards South, including a Best Actress nomination for Nayantara for her portrayal of Keerthi. Her subsequent releases, however, Kuselan opposite Rajnikanth, Sathyam opposite Vishal, Aegan opposite Ajith Kumar and Villu opposite Vijay were all unsuccessful. Her only successful release in 2009 was Aadhavan with Surya which released in October 2009, and become one of the few hits of 2009 which ran for 100 days.

Her 2010 releases, Bodyguard in Malayalam and Adurs and Simha in Telugu, all proved to be successful. Her forthcoming films include Boss Engira Bhaskaran with Tamil actor Arya and acclaimed director Shyamaprasads Malayalam film entitled Electra. She is also making a glamorous debut into the Kannada film industry opposite huge star Upendra. 

While shooting for her Tamil film Vallavan, she was romantically linked with the film's director and co-actor Silambarasan Rajendar. She initially denied the reports. In November 2006, however, she confirmed that she and Silambarasan had broken up, going on to add that she will not work with him again. 

During the making, in 2008, and after the release of her film Villu, reports suggested that she was in a relationship with its director Prabhu Deva, with some sources even claiming that both had married secretly in June 2009. She had tattooed his name on her wrist, and began appearing with him in public, while keeping silence and refusing to comment about the issue, neither denying nor confirming the relationship. In September 2010 then, Prabhu Deva openly confessed his love for Nayantara and further stated that he would marry her soon. The issue soon gained media attention and turned into a controversy, since Prabhu Deva was already married and not divorced yet, with his wife Ramalath, unwilling to agree for a divorce, filing a petition at the family court, seeking directions against her husband and Nayantara from marrying, attending functions together and receiving awards as husband and wife and requesting a reunion with him. Furthermore, Ramalath threatened to go on hunger strike, if Prabhu Deva married Nayantara, while several women's organizations also conducted protests against Nayantara for "bringing disrepute to Tamil culture", burning an effigy of her. In 2012, Nayantara confirmed that she had ended her relationship with Prabhu Deva.

On 7 August 2011, she converted to Hinduism at the Arya Samaj Temple in Chennai. She went through Shuddhi Karma, a procedure involving a Vedic purification and a Homam where Nayan chanted the hymns from Veda and Gayatri Mantra under the guidance of the priest. After the purification ceremony, a Certificate of Conversion to Hinduism was issued to her and her stage name, Nayantara, became her official name. After breaking up with Prabhu Deva, she later reconverted back to Christianity, and says she has peace of mind after converting back to her own faith

 
  Bhairavi Goswami
model, actress and socialite,Bhairavi Goswami is the rising star in Bollywood. Bhairavi loves living life on the edge and is passionate about extreme sports, fast cars, food and pets. Apparently, the bubbly model is the owner of seven horses and fond of horse riding very much.

Bhairavi has got mixed heritage from her parents; her father is Bengali and her mother is Creole. Winner of the title 'Pantaloons Model Quest', the fashion diva was runner up at 'AXN Hot & Wild'. The Times Of India touted her by showering praise on her in words like "She's the Paris Hilton of India, who loves to socialize".

This mesmerizing beauty showcased her acting skills in films like 'Bheja Fry', 'Mr. Bhatti On Chutti', 'Hate Story', 'My Friend Ganesha 2' and 'Kachha Limboo'. 'Bheja Fry' by Sagar Ballary was the film by which Bhairavi steppe...  See full bio

model, actress and socialite,Bhairavi Goswami is the rising star in Bollywood. Bhairavi loves living life on the edge and is passionate about extreme sports, fast cars, food and pets. Apparently, the bubbly model is the owner of seven horses and fond of horse riding very much.

Bhairavi has got mixed heritage from her parents; her father is Bengali and her mother is Creole. Winner of the title 'Pantaloons Model Quest', the fashion diva was runner up at 'AXN Hot & Wild'. The Times Of India touted her by showering praise on her in words like "She's the Paris Hilton of India, who loves to socialize".

This mesmerizing beauty showcased her acting skills in films like 'Bheja Fry', 'Mr. Bhatti On Chutti', 'Hate Story', 'My Friend Ganesha 2' and 'Kachha Limboo'. 'Bheja Fry' by Sagar Ballary was the film by which Bhairavi stepped into Bollywood. In addition to this, the talented actress has also got a chance to act in world's first silent film for children named as, 'My Daddy Strongest'. This kiddos-movie will be released tentatively in May 2015. '24x7 Bombay Saloon Unisex' is another film on which Bhairavi is busy working currently.

The actress was a part of Hindi and English theatre plays like 'Liar Liar', 'Tea, Coffee or Me', 'Dil Maange More','Madhouse', 'Shree, Adi, Manav' and many more. The glam doll appeared in some of the music albums like a remix of 'Samunder Mein Nahake' and a super hit Marathi music video directed by Deepali Vichare, called 'Me Raat Taakli'. Other than this, the talented actress featured on the TV show, 'Movers and Shakers' hosted by Shekhar Suman. She was also a guest VJ on B4U channel.

Her enormous passion for sports is evident from her achievements in various extreme sports. This unconventional artist is a certified river rafter, a great Polo player, a showjumper and rock climber. Bhairavi had no plan of becoming an actress, as she says. Earlier, she was following a Freelance journalism for several magazines related to fashion, travel and lifestyle. She performed certain television commercials, but left that afterwards to fully focus on theatre. Her journey till now says that Bhairavi prefers to take the road less travelled to live the life king size.

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  Brinda Parekh
Brinda Parekh is a well known model and film actress. She mainly acts in the south Indian films. She does item numbers in Telugu, Tamil , Kannada and Hindi films. Brinda hails from a Gujarati family. She has acted in four Tamil and two Kannada movies.

Brinda was born on 3rd November 1984 and brought up in Mumbai. She started her career as a model and eventually went into films. She has acted in two Hindi films 'Corporate' by Madhur Bhandarkar and 'London Dreams' by Vipul Shah. She has acted in one Marathi film 'Pinky- Ek Satyakatha'.

Brinda has done commercial advertisements for Microsoft Windows XP, Vimal Suitings, Royal Challenge Beer, Thums Up and many more. She did modeling for print media as well.

Brinda Parekh is a well known model and film actress. She mainly acts in the south Indian films. She does item numbers in Telugu, Tamil , Kannada and Hindi films. Brinda hails from a Gujarati family. She has acted in four Tamil and two Kannada movies.

Brinda was born on 3rd November 1984 and brought up in Mumbai. She started her career as a model and eventually went into films. She has acted in two Hindi films 'Corporate' by Madhur Bhandarkar and 'London Dreams' by Vipul Shah. She has acted in one Marathi film 'Pinky- Ek Satyakatha'.

Brinda has done commercial advertisements for Microsoft Windows XP, Vimal Suitings, Royal Challenge Beer, Thums Up and many more. She did modeling for print media as well.

Known For: Manmadhan
 
 
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