Neetu Chandra Unknown Facts: He made Bollywood lick ‘garam masala’, then taught to stay at ‘traffic signal’ and made his fan by saying ‘Satyamev Jayate’. We are talking about Bollywood’s best actress Neetu Chandra, who was born on 20 June 1984 in Patna, the capital of Bihar. Neetu Chandra is the first black belt actress of Bollywood who specializes in looting the hearts of fans with her performance. However, she remained in the news due to more controversies than her performance. In the birthday special, we are introducing you to a few pages of his life.
This was the step in modeling
Neetu’s early education was done in Bihar, but she came to Delhi for graduation. Neetu gives credit to her mother for stepping into the modeling world. After this he worked in many commercials and videos. During this, Neetu achieved black belt in Taekwondo and represented the country in the World Taekwondo Championship during 1997.
Such was the journey of acting
Neetu Chandra made her Bollywood debut in the year 2005 with the film Garam Masala. After this he worked in the Telugu film Godavari in 2006. At the same time, in 2007, she appeared in Madhur Bhandarkar’s film Traffic Signal. Apart from this, he also showed his performance in Hindi films like ‘One Two Three’, ‘Ran’, ‘Apartment’ etc.
Choli Daman was supported by controversies
Neetu Chandra remained in headlines due to her performance as well as controversies. Actually, during the year 2009, Neetu had done a bold photoshoot for a magazine, which was very bold. When this photoshoot was happening, there was a lot of protest against it and this photoshoot was stopped.
breakup was in discussion
Please tell that Neetu always remained in headlines due to her love life. According to media reports, her affair was with actor Randeep Hooda. Both were often seen together. However, their affair did not last long. It is said that Randeep Hooda had a habit of smoking cigarettes, due to which Neetu Chandra did not get along with him. After this, his name was also associated with Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Asif. However, Neetu never broke the silence in this matter.
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