Kamalinee Mukherjee (born 4 March 1980) is an Indian actress. Kamalinee has predominantly appeared in Telugu films as well as in a few Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi, Bengali and Kannada language films.
After graduating with a degree in English literature, Kamalinee completed a workshop on theatre in Mumbai because of her strong background in it. She made her acting debut in Phir Milenge (2004), a film that was based on the subject of AIDS. Kamalinee gained recognition in the multiple-award winner, Anand.
Kamalinee was born and brought up in Kolkata, India. While her father is a marine engineer, her mother is a jewellery designer. She is the eldest of the three siblings in the family. Owing to her “love for being on the stage” since childhood, she acted in all sorts of amateur and professional stageplays while in school and college. Incidentally, she always portrayed masculine characters in these plays.After graduating with a degree in English literature from Loreto College in Kolkata, Kamalinee took up a hotel management course in New Delhi, but left it midway. Thereafter, Kamalinee took a course in theatre arts in Mumbai due to her good background in the field. Thereafter, she performed in many theater plays and also modeled in advertisements for brands such as Neelkamal Furniture, Parachute, Fair & Lovely and Ayush.
After noticing Kamalinee in an advertisement, actor-director Revathi offered her a role in her second directorial venture, Phir Milenge that revolved around the subject of AIDS. Though initially apprehensive about her entering into the acting profession, her parents were very supportive. In the film, Kamalinee plays a radio jockey and the younger sibling to Shilpa Shetty in the film. Despite the fact that hers was not a lead character, she had ample role to play in the film.
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|Born||(1980-03-04) March 4, 1980
Kolkata, West Bengal, India