Bollywood Actresses

Ananya Agarwal

Ananya Agarwal Bio :

Name : Ananya Agarwal
Born : N/A
Birthplace :  Mumbai, Maharashtra,
Age  :  N/A
Occupation : Child Actress
Years active     2009–present

The bubbly and chubby ten year old actress Ananya Agarwal is adorable yet very impactful in all her roles. She is also no less cute in her TV advertisements. Ananya, the little sweetheart, was born and brought up in Mumbai.

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Ananya became a popular face on Hindi Television after she impressed every one with her acting in the serials like Maryada Purushottam Siya Ke Ram, Kyaa Hua Tera Vaada and Tujh Sang Preet Lagai Sajna. She will soon be seen in another fresh serial titled Meri Durga on star plus. Ananya’s most memorable role is the young Sita in the mythology based serial Maryada Purushottam Ram on Star Plus which endeared her to the household audience. Although the character of Sita is well known, it was the first time that the audience saw the younger version of this character and it was adorable.

She was first cast in the serial Tujh Sang Preet Lagai Sajna on Star Plus, she played the role of a sweet yet naughty girl, Prerna. Ananya was very cute with her dialogue delivery and expressions. She made great contribution to the TRPs of the show. She has also worked in the show Bandhan Saari Umar Hume Sangh Rahna Hain, Ek Nayi Chhoti Si Zindagi and Yahaan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli. In another hit serial Kya Hua Tera Vada, she played the role of Bulbul and was one among the three child actors in the show.

As Ananya began to get popularity on TV, she was approached for many TV commercials recently. She became a favorite among child actors for commercials for Tata Salt, ALL OUT, Clinic Plus, Whirlpool, Yes Bank and many more.

Presently, Ananya is roped in to play the young version of female lead in the serial Meri Durga. The serial will go on air on Star Plus very soon. Ananya will be essaying the child of around twelve years who aspires to become an athlete supported well by her father.

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