About Nehha Pendse
Nehha Pendse is 33 years old Indian actress who is active both in films and television shows.
She is also a well-known personality in Marathi, Tamil, Telegu, Kannada and Malayalam industry apart from the Hindi cinema.
She rose to fame for portraying Sanjana Hiteshi in the TV serial, May I Come in Madam? and also was a contestant on the reality show Bigg Boss 12 on Colors TV.
Nehha Pendse was born on 29th November 1984 in Mumbai to Vijay and Shubhangi Pendse. She was raised by the family in Mumbai and also led to complete her education in the home city.
She has one elder brother. Her career in the entertainment industry started as a child in the 1990s.
She is 5 feet 5 inches tall with a weight of around 60 kg. She has a dashing personality with dark brown eyes and black hair.
Among hobbies, she prefers listening to the music of Jatin-Lalit and is a trained classical and pole dancer.
In the 1990s, she made her first debut as a child artist with Doordarshan’s Captain House in 1995 but got the real appearance with fame on Zee TV’s Hasratein playing the role of Shefali Shah and Harsh Chhaya’s daughter Urja.
Her movie debut was with Sunny Deol’s Pyaar Koi Khel Nahin and also appeared in movies like; Daag: the Fire, Devdas and Tum Se Achcha Kaun Hai in supporting roles.
After that, she tried in the Telegu film industry with the movie Sontham (2002) and in Tamil cinema with Mounam Pesiyadhe (2002).
In Malayalam cinema, she went for Made In the USA in the year 2005.
She participated in the dance reality show, Eka Peksha Ek Apsara Aali, on Zee Marathi in 2011 plus did some item numbers in films like Kurukshetra and Sharyat.
Her Marathi film Premasathi Coming Suun in 2014 was also of good success.
Recently in 2018, she hosted the Kapil Sharma’s comedy and game show Family Time with Kapil Sharma and made an entry, in reality, show Bigg Boss 12 on Colors TV.
She is unmarried but went through a breakup three years back according to the report he was an NRI working in the US.
It is estimated to be around $700,000 as per 2017 report.