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Tanvi Dogra is a popular TV actress mostly seen in daily soaps in different channels. Tanvi Dogra is TV actress who is known for her work in the TV serial “Meri Saasu Ma” for her role Babita Akhilesh Sharma. She was born and brought up in the entertainment hub called Mumbai. She is of 21 years of age and we do not know her exact date of birth. She did her schooling and college from Mumbai and has come a long way to establish her mettle in small screen while playing different TV shows. She was active in a number of cultural activities and plays during her college life. She then tried her luck to find out a suitable role thus starting her career in this domain.
She started her career in the year 2016 hence she is a newbie in the small screen with just one TV show in her kitty. She loves to sing and dance though has not tried the same professionally. She is not dating anyone as she is focusing on her career now. She feels that the time for dating or putting into a relationship is yet to come. She has done her Master’s in humanities before she entered into the showbiz industry. Talking about her body measurements, she is 28-26-26 while her height is 5 feet and 3 inches.
She started her acting career from 2016. Latest News Tanvi Dogra will look in lead role Star Bhart upcoming serial Jiji Maa going to air from 9th October 2017.
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