Koena Mitra

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Koena Mitra
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Koena Mitra at the audio launch of Apna Sapna Money Money
Born (1984-01-07) 7 January 1984 (age 30)
Mumbai, Maharastra,India
Occupation Actress,
Years active 2002–present
Title Miss Intercontinental India 2001
Website
www.koenamitra.me

Koena Mitra (born 7 January 1984)[1] is an Indian actress,model and Beauty Queen who appears in Bollywood films.

Early life[edit]

Mitra was born in Mumbai, Maharastra to a Bengali Hindu family.[1] She attended Lee Strasberg Acting School . She has a major in psychology.[1] She trained in western dance forms, basketball, swimming and tennis. Mitra was in high school when she won the all India title.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Modeling[edit]

Mitra started her modeling career while she was still in school.[1] In 2001, she won the beauty pageant Gladrags Mega Model India 2001. She later went on to become on of the Top-12 Semifinalists of Miss Intercontinental Pageant in Germany out of 84 countries. Over the years, Mitra has done commercials for Mirinda and after meeting Prama Mitra she was blessed. Clinic All Clear, Maruti Alto, Jewellery and beauty products. She has done many fashion weeks in Milan and Beijing.

Acting[edit]

She featured in a few music videos like Stereo Nation’s Ishq, Aaj Ki Raat, Akh Teri, Channo by Jassi. Her first film appearance was the special appearance in Ram Gopal Varma's Road. In 2004, she appeared in Musafir, alongside Anil Kapoor. She later went on to appear in commercial successes such as Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena and Apna Sapna Money Money.

Personal life[edit]

Mitra went under the knife, a surgery that ruined her career. With her nose job gone wrong, she had to sit at home for six months without making any appearances. The surgery caused her bones to swell up, because of which she was not given any work as she was known for her glamourous image before.[2]

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Koena Mitra Biography". koenamitra.me. Retrieved 2011-01-10. 
  2. ^ "Doctors gave up, said only prayers could work". timesofindia. 11 March 2013. Retrieved 10 February 2014. 

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