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7 Lesser known facts about Birthday Girl – Shraddha Kapoor

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The birthday girl is hot and gorgeous in the team of newbie actresses in B Town. With Aashiqui 2 she got her recognition in the industry, since it was not looking back for the leggy lass as she kept giving back to back hits in B Town in the form of Haider and Ek Villain. Now, she is gearing up for the sequel of ABCD along with Varun Dhawan. Being a birthday girl today, exploring about her life and unveiling certain lesser known about her is mandatory, how about checking them as under:

1). Celebrity Kid

She is known as the daughter of the Bollywood baddie called Shakti Kapoor. Besides, she is also known to be the niece of Padmini Kolhapure, while her elder brother Siddhant Kapoor happens to be the assistant director who made her debut in acting with the film Shootout at Lokhandwala.

2). Bollywood Debut

Though she was recognised with the film Aashiqui 2 in 2013, however, her entry into Bollywood was witnessed way back in 2010. She did her debut with the film called Teen Patti with a smaller role followed by Luv Ka The End before she did big in Aashiqui 2.

3). A Drop Out  

The Birthday girl always aspired to be an actress in B Town, hence she returned to Mumbai after leaving her education in Boston University to pursue her dreams.

4). Brand Ambassador

The Ek Villain actress is known to be the brand ambassador for brands like Lakme India and Vaseline. She is also the part of Titan group and was seen unveiling one of the new products from new pearl collection this said brand.

5). who’s her favourite actors

The list of her favourite actors include Aamir Khan and Amitabh Bachchan apart from the actresses list, these are Nutan and Priyanka Chopra.

6). Her Favourite Dish

She likes Sushi Rolls and love to consume them whenever she is too much stressed along with a sip of hot tea.

7). She is Half Marathi and Half Punjabi

As her father is a Punjabi and Mom Marathi, she is half Marathi and Punjabi. Though she is more of a Marathi girl than a Punjabi lass, thanks to her attachment towards her mom.

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