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Jul 12, 2013

Actress Kriti Kharbanda Childhood Photos

Kriti Kharbanda is an Indian film actress who appears in Kannada & Telugu films. She made her debut with the Telugu film, Boni opposite Sumanth. Even though her debut was unsuccessful at the box office.

Kriti Kharbanda was born on October 29, 1988 to parents Ashwani Kharbanda (Father) & Rajni Kharbanda (Mother). Kriti Kharbanda have an younger brother. A Punjabi by birth, Kriti Kharbanda moved to Bangalore in the 90s with her parents, who pursued their independent businesses. Her mother Rajni Kharbanda runs a boutique in Bangalore.

Actress Kriti Kharbanda

Kriti Kharbanda did her schooling from Baldwin Girls High School, Bangalore. She graduated (B.Com) from Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College (S.B.M.J.C), Bangalore. She also did a Diploma in Jewellery Designing.

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Actress Kriti Kharbanda Childhood Pic

Actress Kriti Kharbanda Childhood Pic

As a child, she featured in a number of advertisements. Kriti Kharbanda made her acting debut with Telugu film Boni opposite actor Sumanth. She went on to co-star in Teen Maar alongside Pawan Kalyan, which turned out to be an average grosser. She also played a guest role in the hit Telugu film Ala Modalaindi, and acted in Mr. Nookayya alongside Manoj Manchu. In Tollywood, she was casted alongside Ram Pothineni in Bommarillu Bhaskar's film, Ongole Githa, which was unsuccessful. She will be seen in the first 3D action Telugu film Om opposite Kalyan Ram, which is slated for release in July 2013... Her debut Kannada movie, Chiru was a hit at the box office in 2010, and resulted in her signing several projects in Kannada like Galaate, Prem Adda, and Googly.
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  1. m big fan of kriti madam.... amazing beauty........ kriti madam must develop in kannada film industry

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