Tejali Ghanekar

Other names of Tejali Ghanekar: Sulekha

Tejali Ghanekar is an Indian actress who was active during the years 1994 to 1999. She starred in Hindi soap operas, and Malayalam and Tamil films during those years. She began her career as an actress in Doordarshan’s soap opera of the name “Kucch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai” in the year 1993, after which she was cast under the stage name Sulekha in Suresh Krissna’s Aahaa (1997). Tejali came from a family with roots in the film industry. Her great uncle Govind B. Ghanekar, and uncle Girish Ghanekar Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Girish Ghanekar were Hindi and Marathi film directors. During her teenage, Tejal started working in theatre and also got trained in classical dance from Rajkumar Ketkar.

Further, she went on to learn to act professionally at the Madhumati Academy of Film Dancing and Acting in Mumbai, following which she got the opportunity to be cast in Doordarshan soap operas which include Kucch Bhi Ho Sakta Hai, Reporter, and Apne Jaise Types Apne Jaise Types was a Hindi TV series that starte >> Read More... Apne Jaise Types . Her debut in a feature film was in Suresh Krissna’s Aahaa (1997), in which she acted alongside fellow debutant Rajiv Krishna Rajiv Krishna is an actor and screenplay writer; h >> Read More... Rajiv Krishna and other veteran actors such as Raghuvaran, Bhanupriya, Srividya, and Vijayakumar. The audience accepted her and the movie graciously and the film performed well at the box office. She got offered more movies immediately after her first film, namely Meenathil Thalikettu Click to look into! >> Read More... Meenathil Thalikettu (1998) with Dileep, and Chandamama (1999) with Kunchako Boban.

In 1999, she returned to Mumbai to take a break from acting, after which she decided to quit the industry. She began working at a multinational corporation in business development and also completed her master’s in commerce. She did not stop her education there. She went the extra mile and completed her master's in mass communication from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.