Ronjini Chakraborty came from the City of Joy, Kolkata and studied acting from ‘Film and Television Institute of India (FTII)’. This high-spirited and vibrant actress/Director is trained in Hindustani Classical music and equally passionate about dancing. She started out with doing theater in college. She enjoyed acting on stage as a part of a theater group named 'Theatrecian' before she went for her training in acting in The Film and Television Institute of India' (FTII).

Some of her best acts were in plays like ‘The Lesson directed by Eugene Ionesco’; ‘No Exit directed by Jean-Paul Sartre’; ‘The Home Coming directed by Harold Pinter’; ‘The Goat directed by Edward Albee’; ‘The Comedy Kitchen adopted by Dhruv Mukherjee.' After her training, she went back to Kolkata and did two films in Bengali - Abosheshey (2011) and Chokher Pani (2012). While Abosheshey by Aditi Roy, was based on the story of a man who returned to the city of his birth, Kolkata and the series of event that concluded leading to a journey of self-discovery.

Chokher Pani by Shyamal Karmakar was based on the controversial Nandigram issue. She also did another Bengali movie, Trayadashi by Buddhadeb Dasgupta. She then went back to Mumbai and featured in various advertisements. She did advertisements for Sony Mix Channel promotion, Uninor, Cadbury Celebration, Yebhi.com, Bharat Nirman and SEBY to name a few. In 2011, she was shortlisted for Sudhir Sharma’s show “Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha”. However, she opted for the film “From Sydney with Love” a Hindi movie directed by Prateek Chakravorty.

She has acted in various short films like Blouse by Vijayeta Kumar, Just Friends by Arun Sukumar, Choker Moni by Regina Banerjee, A Perfect Day by Abhinandan Gupta. But one of the best highlights of her career was her role of “Zara” in Channel V sitcom, Paanch. Her performance was so appreciated that Ronjini was scared of getting typecast on TV. Currently, she is working for Comedy TV Mini-Series Man's World, A story about walking a mile in women shoes, in that world.