Pakhi Hegde

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Pakhi Hegde
Pakhi Hegde
Hegde at the inaugural ceremony of PRK company
Born (1985-03-05) March 5, 1985 (age 33)
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Nationality India Indian
Occupation Actress
Years active 2006-Present
Pakhi Hegde in a sari.

Pakhi Hegde is an Indian film actress from Mumbai who is active mainly in Hindi serials, Bhojpuri and Marathi films.

Career[edit]

Pakhi Hegde started her acting career with a lead role in a daily soap on Doordarshan named Main Banungi Miss India.[1]

She then worked with Manoj Tiwari in Bhaiya Hamar Dayavaan, Paramveer Parsuram and Ganga Jamuna Saraswati,[2] and with Pawan Singh in Pyar Mohabbat Zindabaad and Devar Bhabhi.[3][4]

Hegde worked with Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan in the film Ganga Devi.[5] She played the female protagonist in the Marathi film Sat Na Gat, with Sayaji Shinde and Mahesh Manjrekar.[6] She has also done a Tulu film, Bangarda Kural.

Filmography[edit]

  • Nirahua Rickshawala
  • Khiladi No. 1
  • Nirahua No. 1
  • Nirahua Mail
  • Hamara Mati Me Dum Ba
  • Deewana
  • Pratigya
  • Kudesan (Woman from the east) Punjabi (Kudesan)
  • Nirahua Chalal Sasural
  • Aaj Ke Karan Arjun
  • Aakhari Rasta
  • Vidhata
  • Saat Saheliyan
  • Daag
  • Pawan Purvaiya
  • Dil
  • Pariwar
  • Lofer
  • Prem Ke Rog Bhail
  • Kaise Kahi Ki Tohara Se Pyar Ho Gail
  • Dushamani
  • Laheriya Luta Ae Raja
  • Khoon Pasina
  • Aaulad
  • Bhaiya Hamar Dayavaan
  • Paramveer Parsuram
  • Ganga Jamuna Saraswati
  • Pyar Mohabbat Zindabaad
  • Devar Bhabhi
  • Jaani Dushman
  • Ganga Devi
  • Bangarda Kural Tulu cinema[7]
  • Nirahua Hindustani
  • Hunterwali
  • Devra Bhail Deewana
  • A Balma Bihar Wala 2

Awards[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ No time for love: Pakhi Hegde
  2. ^ Pakhi, Rani and Rinku in Ganga Jamna Saraswati
  3. ^ Pawan Singh and Pakhi Hegde in Pyar Mohabbat Zindabaad
  4. ^ Rikshawala I Love You breaks all box office record
  5. ^ Bhojpuri films needs encouragement: Amitabh Bachchan
  6. ^ Sat Na Gat Marathi Movie
  7. ^ "Bangarda Kural: A mix of stunts, comedy and sentiments". The Hindu. 2012-04-28. Retrieved 2016-10-01.
  8. ^ "Tulu movie awards: 'Oriyardori Asal' best film; Lifetime Achievement Award for K N Tailor". Daijiworld.com. Retrieved 2016-10-01.