Pooja Gandhi, is an Indian film actress known for her works in Kannada cinema, but has also appeared in few Tamil films. She went on to appear in commercially successful films like Mungaru Male, Taj Mahal, Budhivanta and Dandupalya.
Pooja Gandhi was born in Ganjimutt, Vandela, on 7 October 1983 in a traditional Punjabi family. Her father Pawan Gandhi is a businessman and her mother Jyothi Gandhi is a housewife. Pooja Gandhi studied at Sophia Convent and Dewan Public School in Meerut. She has two younger sisters – Radhika Gandhi, who is also working in Kannada films, and Suhani Gandhi, a tennis playe.
Pooja Gandhi cancelled the marriage with the Anand Gowda, who is a divorcee. However the two decided to part ways due to differences. Pooja Gandhi started her career by acting in soaps, starting with Zameen Se Aassman Tak directed by Aruna Irani. She made her debut in the Bengali film Tomake Salam, released in 2003. She moved to the South Indian film industry with the Tamil film Kokki, which did not show promising results at the box office.
Pooja Gandhi acted in the Kannada movie Krishna, opposite “Comedy Time” Ganesh, her co-actor in Mungaru Male. She has since acted in several Kannada films including Kodagana Koli Nungitha, Manmatha, Milana, Budhivanta, Huchchi, Taj Mahal and Honey Honey.
7 October 1983
Ludhiana, Punjab, India
|Other names||Sanjana Gandhi|
|Occupation||Actress, Model, Politician|
|Years active||2003 – present|
|Relatives||Radhika Gandhi (sister)|