Bollywood Actresses

Anuja Joshi

Anuja Joshi

Anuja Joshi Bio :

Born: 19 August 1993
Age : 25 years
Height : 5.5
Birthplace : New York City, Los Angeles

Anuja JoshiAnuja Joshi is an actress who is taking a plunge into this field with the web series called Hello Mini. She is a talented actress and has been a young girl who acted in a couple of films being a child artist. She hails from Mumbai and happens to be the niece of National Award winner Pallavi Joshi. She is the only child of actor Alankar who was more famous as a child actor than an adult one. She did her schooling and college from Mumbai and later headed to the US to study filmmaking and acting.

She completed her graduation in filmmaking from the reputed university – New York University’s popular institute called Tisch School of Arts. After completing her education, she got the chance to work as an Intern at the popular entertainment sector called NBC Universal. She worked for the popular show – Saturday Night Live with the group and also bagged the opportunity to work with bigwigs in the filmmaking world including Julie Taymor and Mira Nair in theatre in particular.

She then got the chance to open her innings with the Mx Player’s psychological series called Hello Mini. He is playing the lead role called ‘Rivanah Banerjee’ or ‘Mini’ in it. The series called about the life of Rivanah who happens to be an independent girl based in Bombay. Her life goes perfect until she feels that she is being stalked by an unknown and faceless man. This is her first web series in India and she is very much excited to play the same. Stay tuned to know more about it and others only with us. Talking about her personal life, she is single and not dating anyone.

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