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Anjli Mohindra

British actress

Anjli Mohindra is ...


Born 20 February 1990 in West Bridgford
Age 33 years, 1 months

Sex or gender female
Country of citizenship United Kingdom
Occupation actor, film actor and entrepreneur
Twitter username anjmohindra
Instagram username anjlimohindra
Educated at West Bridgford School

About Anjli Mohindra

Anjli Mohindra: The Rising Star of British Television

Anjli Mohindra was born on February 20, 1990, in West Yorkshire, England. She grew up in a Punjabi family and attended the Bradford Girls' Grammar School. Her passion for acting led her to study drama at the Manchester Metropolitan University.

Mohindra's breakthrough role came in 2008 when she was cast as Rani Chandra in the popular British science-fiction series, "The Sarah Jane Adventures." She played the role for three seasons and won critical acclaim for her performance.

Since then, Mohindra has appeared in several British television shows, including "Cucumber," "Bodyguard," and "Dark Heart." In 2019, she starred in the BBC drama series "The Victim," which earned her a nomination for Best Actress at the Scottish BAFTA Awards.

Mohindra's talent and versatility have made her one of the rising stars of British television. She has also appeared in several stage productions, including "The Hypocrite" at the Hull Truck Theatre.

Off-screen, Mohindra is known for her activism and support for various charitable causes. She has worked with organizations such as the British Asian Trust and the NSPCC.

With her talent, passion, and dedication, Anjli Mohindra is a force to be reckoned with in the world of British entertainment.


- "Anjli Mohindra: 'I'm not a Bollywood stereotype'" - The Guardian

- "Anjli Mohindra: 'I'm not a token Asian'" - BBC News

- "Anjli Mohindra: 'I'm proud to be a British Asian actress'" - Eastern Eye

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