Tanushree Dutta Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Biography
|Born||19 March 1984 |
Jamshedpur, Bihar, India
(now in Jharkhand, India)
|Title||Femina Miss India Universe 2004|
|Beauty pageant titleholder|
|Femina Miss India Universe 2004|
Miss Universe 2004
Dutta was born and raised in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, to a conservative Bengali Hindu family. She attended D.B.M.S. English School in her hometown, and attended Junior College in Pune. She dropped out of college after completing her first year of BCom to pursue a modelling career. Her sister, Ishita Dutta, is also an actress and model.
In 2003, Dutta won the Femina Miss India pageant held in Mumbai; as a result, she represented India at the Miss Universe 2004 Pageant which took place in Quito, Ecuador, where she placed amongst the top 10 finalists.
She made her Bollywood début in 2005, appearing in Chocolate and Aashiq Banaya Aapne. Aashiq Banaya Aapne was a box office success, and its music was considered a record breaking hit.
She did an Indian pop music video, “Saiyan Dil Mein Aana Re” by Harry Anand, before taking part in the Miss India pageant. It was a massive hit and she subsequently performed at several stage shows in 2003. This experience provided her the stage confidence that she displayed as the Miss Universe pageant. Dutta is a competent singer although she has never used her vocal skills professionally.
- Aashiq Banaya Aapne (2005)
- Veerabhadra (2005)
- Chocolate: Deep Dark Secrets (2005)
- Raqeeb: Rivals in Love (2007)
- Dhol (2007)
- Risk (2007)
- Good Boy, Bad Boy (2007)
- Speed (2007)
- Saas Bahu Aur Sensex (2008)
- Ramaa: The Saviour (2009)
- Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai (2010)
- Rokkk (2010)
- shola shabanam (2014)
Tanushree has very often made headlines for her red carpet appearances, personal life and the controversies very common in Bollywood. Putting up a brave front and maintaining a dignified silence, she has let her talent and work talk for her and eventually proven her detractors wrong by garnering rave reviews for her performances in latter films like Rokk, Apartment, and Rama the Saviour.
Tanushree culminated her career with the film ‘Rama the Saviour’ that released in November 2010 and went on a self-imposed sabbatical for two and a half years.During this time she traveled extensively and pursued different and varied personal interests like spirituality, yoga and eastern mysticism as well as adventure sports. She rediscovered and reinvented herself through this whole process.She was back in the limelight in the spring of 2013 with stunning appearances at several high profile media and red carpet events.