|Born||5 September 1985|
New Delhi, India
Maanvi Gagroo (born 5 September 1985) is an Indian actress who appears in Hindi films and television, She has worked in various web series like TVF Pitchers, TVF Tripling and Four More Shots Please!.
Early life and background
Maanvi Gagroo was born to Surender and Urmil Gagroo in New Delhi on 5 September 1985.
Gagroo began her career with the Disney Channel's television show Dhoom Machaao Dhoom in 2007. She is known for her work in web series like TVF Pitchers, TVF Tripling, Made in Heaven and Four More Shots Please!. In 2019, she portrayed the character of 'Apsara', a plus size woman in a comedy movie Ujda Chaman opposite Sunny Singh, for which she wore a fat suit. She has worked with Ayushmann Khurrana in Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan. The film deals with the subject of same-sex love and Maanvi played the role of a 'quirky bride'.
|Denotes films that have not yet been released|
|2008||The Cheetah Girls: One World||Disney Channel Original Movie|
|2009||Aamras:The Sweet taste of Friendship||Rakhi Chadha||Lead role|
|2011||No One Killed Jessica||Aditi||Supporting role|
|2012||?: A Question Mark ||Maanvi||Lead role|
|2013||Life Reboot Nahi Hoti |
|2014||Kill Dil||Jenny, Disha's friend||Minor role|
|2014||PK||Mitu, Jaggu's colleague||Supporting role|
|2016||Tu Hai Mera Sunday||Vinta||Supporting role|
|2017||Guy in the Sky ||Mehak||Hotstar Original Movie - Lead role|
|2019||Ujda Chaman||Apsara Batra||Lead role|
|377 AbNormal ||Shalmalee||Zee5 original feature film - Lead role|
|2020||Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan||Rajni "Goggle" Tripathi||Cast ensemble|
|2007||Dhoom Machaao Dhoom||Ambika ‘Bikki’ Gill||Disney Channel|||
|2015||TVF Pitchers||Shreya||The Viral Fever||Female lead|||
|2016–2019||TVF Tripling||Chanchal Sharma||Lead role|
|2016||Permanent Roommates||Shivani Chhabra||Season 2 Episode: The Dinner|
|2018||The Good Vibes||Jonitha Tripathi||Sony Liv and YouTube||Lead role|
|2019–2020||Four More Shots Please!||Siddhi Patel||Amazon Prime||Lead role|||
|2019||Made in Heaven||Tarana Ali||Season 1 Episode: Pride and Bridezilla|
- "Sriti Jha and Maanvi Gagroo holiday in Kerala, slay it in beachwear". India Today.
- "Maanvi Gagroo is redefining fashion for all curvy women". Times Of India.
- "Maanvi Gagroo: I hope star culture does not come to OTT, as they'll come with their own baggage". Hindustan Times.
- Hans News Service, "Maanvi Gagroo loves be a busy bee", The Hans India, Hyderabad, 24 October 2019. Retrieved on 13 November 2019.
- Lachmi Deb Roy, "Maanvi Gagroo Becomes The Perfect Choice For Unconventional Roles On The Big Screen", Outlook, Mumbai, 1 November 2019. Retrieved on 13 November 2019.
- Ushnota Paul, "Maanvi Gagroo’s Bollywood welcome", The Telegraph, Kolkata, 21 October 2019. Retrieved on 13 November 2019.
- Mumbai Mirror, "Maanvi Gagroo on Ujda Chaman-Bala row: Ayushmann Khurrana and I are mature enough to not let it affect our equation", Mumbai Mirror, Mumbai, 26 October 2019. Retrieved on 13 November 2019.
- Vickey Lalwani, "Ujda Chaman Girl Maanvi Gagroo REVEALS 'Ran Out Of An Audition Which Required Me To Do An Attempt-To-Rape Scene In A Sleazy Office'- EXCLUSIVE", Spotboye, Mumbai, 12 November 2019. Retrieved on 13 November 2019.
- HT Correspondent, "Ujda Chaman actor Maanvi Gagroo says 'ran out of audition that required me to do attempt-to-rape scene in a sleazy office'", Hindustan Times, New Delhi, 13 November 2019. Retrieved on 13 November 2019.
- TOI, "A QUESTION MARK MOVIE REVIEW", Times of India, Mumbai, 17 February 2012. Retrieved on 15 November 2019.
- Author, "Life Reboot Nahi Hoti", Filmibeat, Mumbai, 2013. Retrieved on 15 November 2019.
- The Sunday Guardian, "I don’t want to do anything that is regressive: Maanvi", The Sunday Guardian, New Delhi, 21 October 2017. Retrieved on 27 November 2019.
- Deborah Young, "‘You Are My Sunday’ (‘Tu Hai Mera Sunday’): Film Review | Mumbai 2016", The Hollywood Reporter, Hollywood, 26 October 2015. Retrieved on 15 November 2019.
- Murtaza Ali Khan, "'Guy in the Sky': A Timely Satire On India's Current Political Climate", Huffington Post, New Delhi, 17 June 2017. Retrieved on 15 November 2019.
- Stutee Ghosh, "Guy in the Sky Review: A Subtle Satire That Sparks a Dialogue", The Quint, New Delhi, 13 June 2017. Retrieved on 15 November 2019.
- Stuti Shukla, "‘377 Ab Normal’ Beautifully Depicts Desi Queers’ Road to Justice", The Quint, New Delhi, 22 March 2019. Retrieved on 15 November 2019.
- Shweta Keshri, "Maanvi Gagroo: I was constantly after TVF for Tripling Season 2", India Today, New Delhi, 4 April 2019. Retrieved on 13 November 2019.
- Poorva Joshi, "All about Maanvi Gagroo: Bit roles in Bollywood to web series star", Hindustan Times, New Delhi, 7 October 2016. Retrieved on 13 November 2019.
- Lachmi Deb Roy, "The Websters: How Web Series Are Changing Dictionary of Stardom", India Today, Mumbai, 17 October 2019. Retrieved on 13 November 2019.
- Indo-Asian News Service, "Four More Shots Please Season 2: Samir Kochhar and Shibani Dandekar join Amazon Prime series", India Today, Mumbai, 1 November 2019. Retrieved on 13 November 2019.