Mamta Kulkarni is a gorgeous and appealing actress of 19th Century in Indian Film Industry. From her starting time she is building up a huge popularity with her sizzling and challenging acting.
Mamta Kulkarni was born on 20 August 1972 in Bombay (presently Mumbai), Maharashtra, India to a Hindu Marathi family. But at the age of 41,she converted to Islam on 10th May 2013.
Her fathers name is Mukund Kulkarni. Her full name is Mamta Mukund Kulkarni and nickname is Rani. She has two sisters named Mithila and Moulina.
Mamta Kulkarni appeared in glamour world in 1992 with the film “Tiranga”. She was a part of many commercial Successes named Waqt Hamara Hai (1993), Krantiveer (1994), Sabse Bada Khiladi (1995), Karan Arjun (1995), and Baazi (1995). Her other popular films are Mera Dil Tere Liye (1992), Bhookamp (1993), Betaaj Badshah (1994), Andolan (1995), Beqabul (1996), Naseeb (1997), Jeevan Yudh (1997), Jaane Jigar (1998), Qila (1998), Censor (2001), Chhupa Rustam: A Musical Thriller (2001), Kabhie Tum Kabhie Hum (2002) and so many amazing movie she gifted us.
Besides Hindi Movie, she had done many Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam films also. “Bhagya Debata (1995)”, “Banshadhar (2001)” are Bengali; “Nanbargal (1991)” is Tamil; “Donga Police (1991)”, “Premashikharam (1992)” are Telugu; “Visnu Vijaya (1993)” is Kannada and “Chandamama (1999) is her Malayalam film.
Mamta Kulkarni married to 52 years old man named Vicky Gowshami. When she was in the prison of Dubai, she met up Vicky and fall in love. Now she is managing her husband’s business.
Age, Height & MeasurementsMamta Kulkarni Age 46 years. Mamta Kulkarni's height 5 feet 2 inches, weight 50 kg. Body measurements 34-27-34 inches and Zodiac Sign Aries.
|Mamta Kulkarni Bio|
|Famous As||Mamta Kulkarni|
|Birthday||April 20, 1972|
|Birth Place||Mumbai, India|
|Height||5 feet 2 inches|
|Body Measurements||34-27-34 inches|
|Net Worth||Under Review|
|Real Name||Mamta Kulkarni|
|Hometown||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|School||St. Joseph’s Convent High School, Mumbai|
|Religion||Islam (Hindu converted Islam)|