Hansika Motwani is a South Indian actress best known for her lovable characters in adult films such as Baahubali, Apne and Raavanan. She has been through a series of plastic surgery procedures to change her physical appearance and this has often led to criticism from some viewers questioning her mental health. Hansika however maintains that she is simply a survivor of life and goes on to enjoy great success later in life. She is reported to have gone through depression and even contemplated suicide at one point but has always denied it and is happy now. Hansika’s childhood was marked by poverty and trauma and she is quoted as saying that even after all these traumas, she has always remained resilient and the determination to be successful in life is apparent in her work even in her personal life.
Hansika is also a prominent member of the Indian Institute of Dermatology (IDS), which is the only female division of the prestigious Indian Medical Association. Hansika has undergone a string of plastic surgeries since childhood to alter her appearance and the treatments have led to some criticism from certain sections of her society. However, she maintains that she has gone though a good deal of hardships in life and that the negativity surrounding her character is unfair. Hansika Motwani Biography Since childhood, Hansika has always had a love for animals and she began working with animals as a young woman in orphanages in Kerala. It was there that she discovered her calling and she pursued this passion diligently throughout her life and went on to become a successful veterinarian before becoming an actor and actress.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||34 B|
|Waist Size||25 Inches|
|Hips Size||36 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||34-25-36 Inches|
Hansika’s most accomplished role to date is Bhumika in Kannagi (2000), which won her the best actress award at the Cannes Film Festival. She has also acted in many other Tamil movies, including Mankatha (2000), Ashok (2000), Jee (2002) and Koori (2003), as well as appearing in national and international television advertisements. Hansika is not tied to just Tamil cinema, however. She has also acted in Chinese and Japanese movies, as well as in Hollywood blockbusters such as Empire of the Sun (2000). Hansika is yet to receive the recognition that she deserves in mainstream Hindi films, but she is certainly doing her level best to pave her own path in the industry. The success of Bhumika in particular has been a major boost to the careers of many other actresses from the state, making them more marketable in the international film market.