Mandy Takhar(Punjabi Actress)
The prominent Punjabi actress and singer, Mandy Takhar was born as Mandeep Kaur Takhar on May 1, 1987, in Wolverhampton, United Kingdom. Tracing her roots to Maliana (a village near Phagwara) in Punjab (India), her nickname is Dippy. Furthermore, she has obtained her degree in theatre/drama from Kingston University. She made her debut in ‘Ekam – Son of Soil’ (2010) opposite Babbu Mann. Besides it, she made a Bollywood appearance in the movie Bumboo (2012). Also, she has done a film titled ‘Biriyani’ in the Tamil Cinema industry. She tried her hands in singing too. She collaborated with Dr.Zeus for the song ‘Laddo Rani’.
Mandy Takhar Family:
Her father is a businessman while her mother serves as a housewife. Moreover, she has two siblings – Kammy Takhar and Jessi Boughan.
Mandy Takhar Affairs & Marriage:
As per Wikipedia, she does not have a husband or any linkup or boyfriend.
Mandy Takhar Success & Struggle:
Mandy grew up as a tomboy during her school days and she played sports like football and rugby. She was fascinated with acting since the age of 8 and after finishing her graduation, she headed to Kingston University to study drama. Thereafter, she moved to Mumbai (India) and began her career in the Punjabi Film Industry. Post her debut movie, there was a hiatus in her career. She then tried her hands in Bollywood and Tollywood cinema as well. She shot to fame with her appearance in the movie Sardaarji opposite Diljit Dosanjh. Then, she establishes herself as a singer too with some prominent compositions. She has associated with many famous musicians to polish & grow her crooning skills. The strong dedication and commitment help her grab several awards for her flawless acting talent. Therefore, it proves that she is a self-made star who never shies away from working hard.
Mandy Takhar Controversy:
In August 2020, an adult video featuring Mandy Takhar went viral that (of course) turned out to be fake and morphed. Mandy also lodged an FIR against the site at the cyber cell of Punjab police.