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Naissance 19 aout 1987 (33 ans)
Madhurima Tuli (also credited as Madurima Tulli; born 19 Aug 1987 in Dhanbad, Jharkhand) is an Indian actress in Bollywood and South Indian films and television.
Madhurima Tuli was born ( 19Aug 1987) in Dhanbad , Jharkhand. Her father works for Tata Steel, her mother is Mountaineer & works for an NGO, and she has a younger brother.
Tuli made an early debut in the Telugu film Saththaa (2004) opposite Sai Kiran. She moved to Mumbai and studied acting at the Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting School, worked as a model doing advertisements for brands like Godrej, Fiama Di Wills and Karbonn Mobiles, and in 2007 had a small part in Kasturi, a soap opera that aired on STAR Plus channel.
In 2008 she played a supporting role as the pretty girl Satya in Homam, an Indian thriller written and directed by J. D. Chakravarthy, and to some extent inspired by the 2006 Hollywood movie The Departed, directed by Martin Scorsese.
Toss (2009) was her next film in the role of Sherry, and after the small role as Bindiya in Zee TV's supernatural soap opera Shree (2008-2009), and the role of Gayathri in the historical TV series drama Jhansi Ki Rani (2009-2011), Tuli played the aspiring model Kushi in STAR One's TV series Rang Badalti Odhani (2010-2011).
Tuli had a lead as newly married Rukmini in Kaalo (2010). It was screened at the 6th Annual South African Halloween Horror Festival in Cape Town, where it won the best feature film and best cinematography award. Together with Dino Morea as her partner, she took part in the third season of Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi, a reality show filmed in Brazil and broadcast by Aapka Colors.
Her Bollywood debut came in 2011 starring as Nisha alongside Babrak Goni, Vrajesh Hirjee and Upasana Singh in the comedy-romance Kya Karein Kya Na Karein, and she was later that year also seen playing Richa in the 2011 TV show Parichay, produced by Balaji Telefilms and aired on Colors TV, but was replaced by Mona Vasu.
Tuli had a leading role in Cigarette Ki Tarah (2012) along with Prashant Narayanan, and as the female lead Natasha in Anik Singal's English language short film Lethal Commission (2012).
She starred in the film Maaricha (2012) directed by K. Sivasurya. The film was simultaneously made in Kannada and Tamil and had Mithun Tejasvi playing the lead actor opposite Tuli.
Tuli played Gunjan Dutta in the Hindi thriller 3D film Warning (2013). She was seen playing the lead role in the film Nimbe Huli, directed by Hemanth Hegde and produced by Subhash Ghai. The film had Hegde playing the lead role along with Tuli, Komal Jha and Nivedhitha. She Also Played Wife Of Akshay Kumar In 2015 Action Film Baby
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