Manjari Fadnis

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Manjari Fadnis
Manjari Fadnis
Manjari Fadnis
Born (1988-07-10) 10 July 1988 (age 28)
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Occupation Actor, Model
Years active 2004–present

Manjari Fadnis is an Indian film actress, who has appeared in Marathi, Hindi, Telugu, Bengali, Malayalam, Kannada and Tamil language films.[1] She is best known for her performance in the 2008 Hindi film Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na.[2]


Manjari Fadnis was first seen on Indian Television on the Second Season of the Indian version of the International Reality show Popstars which was aired on Channel [v] India. She was one of the participants who was one of the final 8. Only 4 made it to form the band Aasma. Manjari Fadnis started her career with Rok Sako To Rok Lo in 2004, but her big break was Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na (2008) as the lead actor's girlfriend. Earlier she was part of the National Film Award-winning Bengali feature film Faltu and also Mumbai Salsa.

In 2008, her debut in Telugu film Siddu From Srikakulam, following which her first Tamil film Muthirai got released. Notably, she had sung a song under the direction of Yuvan Shankar Raja for Muthirai.[3]

In September 2009 she signed to appear in a series of Onida television commercials. Her 2010 releases were the Telugu films Inkosaari and Shubhapradham. She then starred in the Walt Disney-produced superhero film Zokkomon, starring Darsheel Safary in the titular role. In 2011, she also appeared in an ad film for iball brand of pen drives. Her upcoming films are Mr. Fraud, which will mark her Malayalam debut and Wah Taj. She have also acted in a Kannada movie munjaane. Her recent movie was Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon where she was seen opposite to Kapil Sharma. [4]

She is making her marathi movie Sarv Mangal Savdhan opposite Raqesh Vashisth .

Personal life[edit]

Manjari was born in Mumbai, but grew-up in Pune. She had played various types of roles in various films belonging to different dialects such as Tamil, Bengali, Hindi and Kannada. Manjari belongs to a family where no one is attached to the film industry. Her father used to work in the Indian Army and hence she had to travel a lot throughout the country because of her father’s transferable job. she has not expected to be associated with the film industry, however she debuted into bollywood in 2004.


Year Film Role Language
2004 Rok Sako To Rok Lo Suhana Hindi
2006 Faltu Tuktuki Bengali
2007 Mumbai Salsa Maya Chandhok Hindi
2008 Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na Meghna Hindi Winner
Stardust Award for Breakthrough Performance – Female
Siddu From Sikakulam Sailaja Reddy Telugu
2009 Muthirai Aarthi Tamil
2010 Inkosaari Shruthi Telugu
Shubhapradham Indu Telugu
I am 24 Kanak Hindi
2011 Shakti Gauri Telugu
Zokkomon Kittu Hindi
2012 Munjane Pavithra Kannada
2013 Grand Masti Tulsi Hindi
Warning Sabina Sanyal Hindi
2014 Mr. Fraud Priya Malayalam
2015 Kis Kisko Pyaar Karoon Juhi Hindi
2016 Wah Taj Sunanda Hindi
2016 Sarv Mangal Savdhan Vrushali Marathi
2017 Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai Alia Hindi


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