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Neetu Chandra at Dabboo Ratnani Calendar Launch in 2011
Patna, Bihar, India
|Other names||Nitu Chandra|
Early life and education
Neetu Chandra was born in Patna, Bihar, India. Her mother tongue is Bhojpuri. She was educated at the Notre Dame Academy, Patna. She started modelling and Neetu attributes her success to her mother, a native of East Champaran in Bihar. She has appeared in several advertisements and videos for firms since her graduation days in Delhi's IP College, University of Delhi. She holds two Dan black belts in Taekwondo and represented India in the 1997 World Taekwondo Championships in Hong Kong.
In the year 2008, she had four releases by Directors, Dibakar Banerjee, Rahul Dholakia, Ashwini Dheer and Vikram. Her Tamil film, Yavarum Nalam with Madhavan released in the year 2009 was declared a major hit. 2010 she was seen in four Hindi films, Rann, Apartment, No Problem, in which she made a special appearance, Sadiyaan and Jag Mundhra's Apartment, and one Tamil film, Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai.
In 2013, she acted in the Tamil gangster film Ameerin Aadhi Baghavan with Jayam Ravi. She has completed filming for a Greek film Home Sweet Home, in which she plays an Indian girl. She had to learn Greek for the film and also dubbed herself. She has two Hindi films, Kusar Prasad Ka Bhoot and Shooter, coming up.
Neetu Chandra was signed as the brand ambassador for the Hoop, a Gitanjali brand. She has also finished shooting a commercial for Mysore Sandal Soap. Neetu Chandra also appeared in music director Ismail Darbar's music video "Rasiya Saajan" along with Zubeen Garg.
Neetu Chandra is the Life Member of International Film And Television Club and International Film And Television Research Centre of Asian Academy of Film & Television.
In 2013, Neetu Chandra made her debut in theatre, in a play, called Umrao, which featured her in the title role. The Times of India wrote, "Neetu Chandra's debut on stage, though confident, doesn't create the desired impact and you wonder what's missing throughout the play".
In the media
|2008||One Two Three||Inspector Mayawati Chautala||Hindi|
|2008||Summer 2007||Digamber's wife||Hindi|
|2008||Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!||Sonal||Hindi|
|2009||Satyameva Jeyathe||Basara Papa||Telugu|
|2009||Yavarum Nalam||Priya Manohar||Tamil|
|2010||Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai||Tejaswini||Tamil|
|2010||No Problem||Sophia||Hindi||Special appearance|
|2011||Yuddham Sei||Tamil||Special appearance in song "Kannitheevu Ponna"|
|2011||Kucch Luv Jaisaa||Ria||Hindi|
|2013||Ameerin Aadhi Baghavan||Rani Sampatha / Karishma||Tamil|
|2013||Settai||Tamil||Special appearance in song "Laila Laila"|
|2013||Home Sweet Home||Greek|
|2013||Kusar Prasad Ka Bhoot||Hindi||Filming|
- Notre Dame Academy Almuni Association... The Times of India, 6 February 2009.
- IndiaGlitz - Neetu Chandra - "My mom deserves 90% credit for what I am today"
- "Neetu Chandra receives second black belt in Taekwondo". The Times of India. 17 October 2012. Retrieved 20 January 2013.
- Neetu Chandra Profile | Background on Neetu Chandra
- "Timing relief for Deswa". The Telegraph (Calcutta). 12 December 2011. Retrieved 2011-12-13.
- Neetu Chandra signs her first ad campaign :: Businessofcinema.com
- "| Bollywood News | Hindi Movies News | Celebrity News". BollywoodHungama.com. Retrieved 2012-07-10.
- "7Seas Technologies ropes in Neetu Chandra for 3D mobile action game — The Economic Times". The Times Of India. 20 March 2008.
- Neetu Chandra Maxim India
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