Rohini Banerjee Hindi Actress

Rohini Banerjee is an Indian actress and model born in Bengal, India. The actress stars in Indian TV sequence and is widely known for her presentation as "Malti" in Saas Bina Sasural Saas Bina Sasural was created by Optimystix Entert >> Read More... Saas Bina Sasural which broadcasted on Sony Entertainment Television India. Rohini Banerjee began her acting profession as a model after completing an MBA. She was the beauty queen in a number of significant beauty processions, including Campus Princess 98, Miss Maharashtra Runner Up, Miss Valentine, and Miss Suburbs. She was also the runner up-in Celebrity Miss India. After getting acknowledgment as an admired model and doing a number of ramp shows, Rohini was requested to be in a melody movie of Bappi Lahiri Bappi Lahiri is a famous Music Composer of India. >> Read More... Bappi Lahiri . She also sanctioned some merchandises, including Complan, Frooti, Rexona deodorant, and Blue Riband gin.

The local drive she did in Calcutta for Thumbs Up also obtained widespread notice. After playing some roles in leading shows, including Colgate Top10 (anchor), Zor Ka Jhatka, and Rishtey, it was the TV show Saas Bina Sasural which gave her an opportunity in her career. It is produced by Optimistic Entertainment and publicized on Sony Entertainment TV, India. Rohini performed the character of Malti, the daughter-in-law of the household. Her presentation got acknowledged with positive replies and wide-ranging approval. It also surfaced the way for her to be a part of the show Chhanchhan which was also from the same squad where she portrayed the role of Kaumudi. She also acted the lead part in the short flick The Mumbai Trio.

These pictures were a compilation of 3 small tales, and she was showcased in the story, 'The Opportunist.' Rohini was seeing Gujarati artist Vrajesh Hirjee Known for his comic timing and comic roles, Vrajes >> Read More... Vrajesh Hirjee since 201,1 and got married to him in a traditional Bengali way in the year 2015. The pair tied the knot at Rohini's household as per Bengali rites. It was a reserved affair with only their relatives and a few near acquaintances. Vrajesh confirmed the news and said, we had an enjoyable, tiny Bengali marriage at Rohini's residence. A small circle of our companions and our relatives attended the marriage. He also said that the wedding got held on a short notification, but the whole thing went on quite efficiently. I am contented to have a spouse like Rohini.