Amrita Rao


Amrita Rao

Amrita Rao (articulated [əmriːt̪a ːraːʋ], conceived 7 June 1981) is an Indian film performer and model. She has showed up in Hindi movies of Bollywood and one motion picture in Telugu. Rao was brought up in Mumbai; she influenced her screen to make a big appearance in Ab Ke Baras (2002), for which she was assigned for the Filmfare Best Female Debut Award in 2003. One of her most prevalent parts was in the sentiment film Vivah (2006).

Rao's parts in Welcome to Sajjanpur (2008) and Main Hoon Na (2004) earned her a Stardust Best Actress Award and a Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award designation separately. She has shown up in Heyy Babyy (2007), Shaurya (2008), Life Partner (2009) and Jaane Kahan Se Aayi Hai (2010). She has been called "Bollywood's quintessential young lady nearby" by different media outlets. Times Of India named Rao one of its "50 Most Desirable Women of 2011."

Rao was conceived in Mumbai. Her dad Deepak Rao possesses a publicizing office. Her more youthful sister Preetika Rao is a model and a southern film on-screen character. Rao went to class at Canossa Convent Girls School and moved on from Sophia College with a brain research degree. Rao portrays her family as an "extremely preservationist family—a customary, Hindu, Indian family" and herself as exceptionally liberal. Her local dialect is Konkani; she likewise communicates in Marathi, English and Hindi.


































































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