Mumaith Khan

Other names of Mumaith Khan: Mumait Khan, Munnu
Birthday: 01-09-1982
Age: 36
Star sign: Libra

Mumaith Khan is an item girl in Indian cinema. She dazzled the screen with her sizzling dances in silver screen in Bollywood. Later, she shifted her loyalty to Tollywood films. After a super-hot item song ‘Dekh Le’ in Munnabhai MBBS, and was seen in another sexy song “Lut Gayee” from the movie Hulchul. Her latest Bollywood item song was Pritam Pyaare from the film Rowdy Rathore. In between her assignments in Bollywood, she stepped into Telugu film industry with Puri Jagannadh's 143 in a cameo role, She took Tollywood by storm through her item number in ‘ Pokiri’. She has just acted in a few Tamil, Telugu and Kannada movies. This actress hails from Pakistan but later came to Mumbai. In order to support her family, she joined a small dance troupe in Mumbai and earned Rs 1,500 per months. She got first chanced to do an item song in ‘Munna Bhai M.B.B.S.’, she was noticed. Later she became a busy dancer in Tollywood and later on got chances to do sexy item numbers in Kollywood. Balancing her career in between Bollywood, Kollywood and Tollywood, she became the ultimate dancing queen. She acted in many cameo roles in Telugu and Hindi movies. She even appeared as a police officer in Dr. Rajasekhar's film’ Evadaithe Nakenti’. She even acted as a heroine in the film 'Bhookailas' with Venu Madhav as the hero. This actress is similar to a dancer Kalpana Iyer. From an extra to a dancing queen is no easy task, She had to toil hard and achieve the position. She got her first debut as a cameo in ‘kaante’. Later on many cameo roles followed her till 2013.

Some of the prominent films in which she did cameo roles include Hulchul, Stumped, Julie, Asambhav, etc. In Telugu cinema, she sizzled with her most popular item songs in films like Chhatrapathi, Pokiri, Neninthe, and Magadheera, etc. It is true that her dancing style and body language reminds us a professional item girl. Her charismatic personality and distinct style have her own mark despite the presence of mainstream heroines.