Madhurima Tuli

Profession: Actress, Model


Brother of Madhurima Tuli

Shrikant Tuli (Younger)

Father of Madhurima Tuli

Praveen Tuli (Works for Tata Steel)

Mother of Madhurima Tuli

Vijaya Pant Tuli (Mountaineer)

Favourite Actress of Madhurima Tuli

Sonam Kapoor

Favourite Destination of Madhurima Tuli

Paris

Favourite Fashion Designer(s) of Madhurima Tuli

Divya Reddy, Manish Malhotra, Tarun Tahiliani

Favourite Outfit of Madhurima Tuli

Jeans and Ganji (Vest)

Favourite Sport of Madhurima Tuli

Cricket

Favourite TV Show of Madhurima Tuli

Orange Is The New Black

Controversy of Madhurima Tuli

Balaji Telefilms replaced her with Mona Vasu on Colors channel's serial 'Parichay' without even informing her.  

Information about Madhurima Tuli

After doing TV for around a decade, she grabbed her first lead role of Chandrakanta in the supernatural fantasy show 'Chandrakanta — Ek Mayavi Prem Gaatha.'  Later, she shifted to Mumbai where she learned acting skills at the renowned 'Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting School.'  e who also aspired to make her career in the Indian women's cricket team.  In Mumbai, she started her journey as a model and featured for popular brands like- Airtel, Godrej, Fiama Di Wills, and Karbonn Mobiles.  Does Madhurima Tuli smoke?: No  In 2010, she participated in 'Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 3.'  Her first salary was ₹1500, which she earned at the age of 16 for an ad film in Dehradun.  Does Madhurima Tuli drink alcohol?: Not Known  Her big break in Bollywood came with the action spy thriller film 'Baby,' where she played the role of 'Anjali Singh Rajput,' wife of Akshay Kumar's character in the film.  In 2007, her acting journey in Mumbai began with a small role in Star Plus's 'Kasturi,' starring Shubhangi Atre and Karan Patel.  She is an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva.  In 2004, she first faced the camera after she was paired opposite Sai Kiran in the Telugu film 'Satta.'  Madhurima was born into a middle-class Garhwali family.  Her first Hollywood venture came in 2017 when she played the role of the younger version of Shabana Azmi (Maharaja Duleep Singh's mother) in the film 'The Black Prince,' which is based on the last King of the Sikh Empire, Maharaja Duleep.  She was bitten by the modelling bug during her teenage days and won the 'Miss Uttarakhand' title while doing her graduation in Dehradun. 


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