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|Ohanna Shivanand (Shilpa Anand)|
Anand at location shoot of film Mall Mai Masti
Shilpa Anand (born Shilpa Shivanand) is an Indian model, television and film actress.
Shilpa was born in South Africa and did her schooling from there. Later she moved to India and studied at Panjab University from 2000 to 2003, obtaining a Masters in Computer Applications (MCA). She has an elder sister Sakshi Shivanand, also a film actress of South Indian industry.
Shilpa has done over 40 commercials with many famous Bollywood actors. Shilpa played the role of first riddhima in the show Dill Mill Gayye. The character of Dr Riddhima Gupta was made popular by Jennifer Winget after shilpa left the show for bollywood movies which failed at box office.
In 2015, she was seen in the special episode of BIG Magic's show Mahisagar.
- 2000 Bezawada Police Station (Telugu)
- 2003 Vishnu (Telugu) as Vedika
- 2004 Sarvabhouma as Anju
- 2006 Iqraar by Chance as Rashmi Mehra
- 2010 Deewane Ho Gaye as Ruchi
- 2013 Bloody Isshq as Raadhika
- 2014 Mall Mai Masti as Namita
- 2016 " Ye Hai Lolipop as Namita
|2007–10||Dill Mill Gayye||Dr. Riddhima Gupta / Dr. Shilpa Malhotra||Star One||Karan Singh Grover|
|2012||Teri Meri Love Stories||Meera||Star Plus||Viraf Patel|
|2015||Mahisagar||Herself (cameo)||Big Magic||Dharti Bhatt, Anuj Thakur, Vandana Pathak|
- Coca-Cola with Aamir Khan
- Mrs Marino (hair softner)
- Bajaj Amla Oil
- Nerolac Paints with Amitabh Bachchan
- New York Life Insurance
- New Moov
- Lux Soap with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
- Vasmol Kesh Kala
- Kisna Diamond Jewellery
|2014||"Kachichiyan"||Savvy Sandhu||Paras Arora, Zuber[disambiguation needed]|
|2014||"Khwaishein"||Shael Oswal||Shael Oswal|
|2016||"Over Under"||Tarsem Jassar||Tarsem Jassar|
- "Shilpa Anand to romance Viraf Phiroz in Star Plus' telefilm". Times of India. 5 July 2012. Retrieved 19 February 2014.
- "Movie review: Bloody ishq". Times of India. 1 March 2013. Retrieved 1 March 2014.