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Bhawana Aneja

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Bhawana Aneja is an Indian actress who has appeared in Tamil films. After her making her acting debut by portraying Rana Daggubati's wife in the Ajith Kumar-starrer Arrambam (2013), she has worked on films directed by Gautham Menon and K. V. Anand.


Bhawana Aneja worked as a portfolio and commercial model, before moving on to portray supporting roles in films.[1][2]

Bhawana made her acting debut by portraying the wife of Rana Daggubati's character in Vishnuvardhan's action film Arrambam (2013). Featuring in an ensemble cast including Ajith Kumar and Nayanthara, Bhawana portrayed a pregnant woman who becomes widowed following the death of Rana's character.[3] She was next seen portraying the supporting role of Anushka's sister in Boston in Gautham Menon's police drama film, Yennai Arindhaal (2015), also featuring Ajith Kumar.[4] Since then, Bhawana has portrayed roles as family members in Romeo Juliet (2015) and Rajini Murugan (2016), while playing supporting roles in two of K. V. Anand's films, Anegan (2015) and Kavan (2017). In 2017, she also played a role in Siddharth's trilingual horror film, Aval (2017).[5]

Selected filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Language Notes
2013 Arrambam Nandhini Tamil
2015 Yennai Arindhaal Thenmozhi's sister Tamil
Romeo Juliet Arjun's sister Tamil
2016 Rajini Murugan Rajini's cousin Tamil
Anegan Tamil
2017 Kavan Lizzy Tamil
The House Next Door Lakshmi Hindi
Aval Tamil
Gruham Telugu


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  2. blackboxfilmschennai (29 November 2012). "Akshaya Homes - Today" – via YouTube.
  3. "Rana's Performance In Arrambam Gets Rave Reviews". 4 November 2013.
  4. contributors, Wikipedia. "Focus On: 100 Most Popular Indian Drama Films". e-artnow sro – via Google Books.
  5. Ltd, Efusion Pvt. "Bhawana Aneja All Movies List - Bollywood Movies".

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