Maanvi Gagroo is a prominent Indian actress who appears in Hindi films and television. The actress has appeared in a variety of web series, including TVF Pitchers, TVF Tripling, and Four More Shots Please.
Early Life and Family
She was born in New Delhi on 5th September 1985. Surender Gagroo is her father, who is a former General Manager at the State Bank of India, and Urmil Gagroo is her mother. Her sister’s name is Maansi Gagroo. Her schooling was completed at The Mother’s International School, New Delhi, and she did her graduation in Psychology from Gargi College, New Delhi.
She began her career on Disney channel’s Dhoom Machaao Dhoom in 2007. She has also appeared in several web series including TVF Pitchers, TVF Tripling, Made in Heaven, and Four More Shots Please. She began her Bollywood career in 2008 with the film “The Cheetah Girls: One World”. Since then, she has played a wide variety of roles in a variety of films. She appeared in a comedy film in 2019 titled “Ujda Chaman”. The actress also worked with Ayushmann Khurrana in “Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan”. Here’s her movie career:
|2008||The Cheetah Girls: One World|
|2009||Aamras:The Sweet taste of Friendship|
|2011||No One Killed Jessica|
|2012||?: A Question Mark|
|2013||Life Reboot Nahi Hoti|
|2016||Tu Hai Mera Sunday|
|2017||Guy in the Sky|
|2020||Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan|
Relationship and Marriage
Maanvi Gagroo, who announced her engagement last month, married actor Kumar Varun on 23 February,2023. It has been reported that the couple posted pictures from their intimate wedding ceremony which was attended by only their closest family members and friends.
What you may not have known about Maanvi Gagroo
- Maanvi Gagroo is a trained Kathak and Jazz Dancer.
- During 2011 she starred in Idea advertisements alongside Abhishek Bachchan.
- As a means of improving her acting skills, she joined the theater group “Silly Point Productions” in Mumbai.
- She was featured in the 2014 video “Every Bombay Girl in the World” produced by the YouTube channel “Being Indian”.