Madhu Raja is a very senior actress. She started working as an officer with Doordarshan and after her retirement from the Government job, she started acting . She is a very well known actress in Delhi and presently lives in Mumbai.
She appeared in Balajee Telelfilms serial Bade Achche Lagte Hain in the role of Krishnaji, the real mother of male protagonist
. Her performance in the serial was highly appreciated as a mother and also a very considerate mother-in-law and the character was loved by all. She said in one of her interviews that the role was just like her and very much suited to her own personality and probably that was one of the reasons of her great performance.
She was again seen as Dadiji in Balajee Telefilm's serial
where she acts as grand mother to two female protagonists Sriti and Mrunal. This character has also been loved by all and Dadiji has become a known name in the households due to her excellent performance.
She is more than 70 years old. She was married to Rabindranath Raja. She also has two daughters. One of her daughters,
Tarana Raja is also a very famous actress of Indian television.
Apart from acting, her other hobbies are reading, poetry writing, film music and story telling. She is also a Radio Jockey for Community radio in Pali Hill.
Another Version Of Bio:
Madhu Raja is an Indian actress, and she is extremely senior also. Her nickname is Madhu. She came up on the Balaji Telefilms serial, Bade Achhe Lagte Hain. At present, she is well-known for her famous character Dadiji on Kumkum Bhagya. She is newly introduced in Bade Achhe Lagte Hain as Krishna or actual mother of Ram Kapoor. People know her as Krishnaji. She is the choice of everybody because of her acting and execution. Kumkum Bhagya comes on Zee TV and Bade Achhe Lagte Hain on Sony TV.
The spouse of Madhu Raja is Rabindranath Raja. She had a daughter Tarana Raja, who is also an actor and dancer. She is an actress, Radio Jockey, and Bollywood artist. She was also co-act with her mother in her serials. She is a young and beautiful artist that is appreciable. Madhu is a decent and elegant mother and woman. Bade Achhe Lagte Hain is a Hindi television soap opera which was telecasted on 30 May 2011 in Sony Entertainment Channel. It is produced by famous producer
She creates it under her own production company Balaji Telefilms.
Sakshi Tanwar and Ram Kapoor were the main attraction in this show. The era of this creation is a family drama with romance and shows the idealists with modernisation. The theme is based on 1976 movie
Balika Vadhu, where it had a song Bade Achhe Lagte Hain. It means something about love or precious. R. D. Burman sang this song and is memorable also. This serial won so many Star awards basis on its title song and casting.
Madhu Raja is appeared as the actual mother of Ram Kapoor, but he had step-mother at his home. The whole serial is dominating and had a familiar perspective. On Indian channel, Zee TV program Kumkum Bhagya,
Vin Rana, Madhu Raja,
Supriya Shukla and the whole team get a huge response from the audience. Its producer is television queen Ekta Kapoor and directors are
Sameer Kulkarni and Sharad Pandey.
The story revolves around the Sarala Arora’s house, who has two daughters and a mother in law as Madhu Raja. Her two daughters are qualified, beautiful and decent girls. Its main story goes on her elder daughter Pragya, that get married with Abhishek and he dislikes her. His girl friend is Tanya and forcedly eager to marry Abhishek. All the story rounds in between the situations and circumstances of Tanya’s effort and Pragya’s solutions. In every execution, Dadi helps the Sarala and Pragya to take a right decision.
So, she had a virtuous role. This series has big business in the media market. It achieves a vast popularity among the Asian and European countries. As we don’t know more about Madhu Raja, she represents herself very beautifully on small cinema. Her presentation is admirable. She made her stuff place on television. She is a good performer, and she will be forever. We will always remind her in future. Thanks.