Kamna Jethmalani

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Kamna Jethmalani
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Kamna Jethmalani at Kung Fu Panda 2 Première
Born (1985-12-10) December 10, 1985 (age 29)
Mumbai, India
Occupation Actress, Model
Years active 2004–present

Kamna Jethmalani is an Indian film actress. She debuted in 2005 with the Telugu film Premikulu and had her first commercial success with her third feature film Ranam. Subsequently, she played the lead role in a number of Telugu-language films, while also debuting and appearing in Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada films.

Early life[edit]

She is the granddaughter of businessman late Shyam Jethmalani.[1] Her childhood pet name is "Dinky". Her mother Divya is a housewife and her father Nimesh Jethmalani is a businessman. She has two siblings- brother Kapil and sister Karishma. She was the runner-up at the Miss Mumbai contest in 2004 and also appeared in the music video of the pop song 'Chhod do Aanchal Zamaana Kya Kahega' by Bombay Vikings.[1]


She appeared in the video of "Chhod Do Aanchal Zamaana Kya Kahega" by Neeraj Shridhar - Bombay Vikings in 2004. The following year, she made her movie debut with the Telugu film Premikulu. Though that film flopped, her second film Ranam was a big hit. Her first Tamil film was Idhaya Thirudan with Jayam Ravi. She did an item number in the film Sainikudu. She has acted in Machakaaran opposite Jeevan. Since then, she has done several south Indian films, in which she performed the lead role.


Year Film Role Language Notes
2005 Premikulu[2] Vennela Telugu
2005 Idhaya Thirudan Deepika Tamil
2006 Ranam Maheswari Telugu
2006 Samanyudu [3] Vandana Telugu
2006 Sainikudu Telugu Special Appearance in song
2007 Toss Telugu
2007 Ugadi Kaveri Kannada Dubbed into Telugu as America Alludu in 2011
2007 Machakaaran Shivani Rajangam Tamil Dubbed into Telugu as Dheera in 2009
2009 Andamaina Abadham[3] Vaishnavi Telugu
2009 King Telugu Special Appearance in song Nuvvu Ready
2009 Bendu Apparao R.M.P Padma Priya Telugu
2009 Rajadhi Raja Tamil
2010 Kathi Kantha Rao Ratnam Telugu
2011 Makeup Man Chandra Malayalam Guest Appearance
2011 Kasethan Kadavulada Archana Tamil
2013 Action 3D Anitha Telugu
2013 Sri Jagadguru Aadi Sankara Queen Telugu
2013 Bhai Colony girl Telugu
2014 Agraja Kannada
2014 Chandrika Telugu Filming[4]


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