Indian Actress

Nivedita Joshi Saraf Bra Size & Body Measurements

Nivedita Jaintha Saraf is an Indian actress who has acted in a number of Hindi films and Marathi-language television serials and movies of late. She is currently married to prominent Marathi actor Ashok Saraf. She has several YouTube channels called Nivedita Saraf recipes and Nivedita Joshi Saraf which she uses to upload recipes that people can try and enjoy at home. She has also made several cookbooks of traditional Indian recipes for which people can order them online. Nivedita Saraf is known by her real name Nivedita Jaintha. The real Nivedita Jaintha is actually an original character created by her mother, Sushmita Sen while they were living in Rishikesh, India.

Nivedita Jaintha Saraf was born in Rishikesh in the state of Rajasthan. As she was growing up, her parents had introduced her to traditional Indian cuisine by serving rogan chana dal and paella at their home on a regular basis. Nivedita Saraf enjoys cooking delicious traditional Marathi cuisine and she enjoys preparing various Marathi recipes for different events as well as for the family. Nivedita Saraf was a bright student who enjoyed joining the Film College of Rajasthan as she thought it would be interesting to be an actress. Her first job in Bollywood was as an assistant to a dancer called Nivi Bharti, who went on to be one of the most beloved female dancers of India.

Bra Size & Body Measurements

Bra Size 34 B
Waist Size 25 Inches
Hips Size 35 Inches
Shoe Size 8  (US)
Body  Measurements 34-25-35 Inches

Nivedita’s next major role was appearing in the hit Telugu movie “Nanban”. After that she appeared in many movies including the hit Marathi serial samurai padalayas. Nivedita’s most popular role in a film was portraying the lead character of Kamal hassan in the movie “Bhel ka Ghazab Kahani” in which she played the role of an aging woman who returns to her childhood village in order to spend her last days with her daughter. Nivedita’s many awards include best actress in the category of best actress in the coma category for the film “Chhota Dheer”. Nivedita also has several other award including best singer, best choreographer, best actress in the best actress category for her performance in “Chhota Dheer” and also the best choreographer.

Nivedita’s impressive filmography includes some important roles in the Telugu movie “Nanban”, “Nivi Bharti”, “Sholapur Ki Jawani” and “Bhel ka Guddi”. Nivedita’s filmography also includes some important accolades for her role as a character in the hit film “Chhota Dheer”. Nivedita has become an important member of the Telugu film fraternity having an impressive resume which includes four Telugu films in her list. Among all Nivedita’s films “Nanban” and “Nivi Bharti” have been referred as “the trilogy of terror” in the Indian film industry. Nivedita’s other accolade is that she has become one of the first woman directors in South India to receive a best actress award from the National Awards.

Nivedita’s other accomplishments include appearing in almost every major national and international film industry. She has also acted in a number of television programs and commercials, which have helped her to establish a stunning portfolio of resume which includes serving as a model-actress, commercial model and a writer. All these endeavors have further helped her establish her own lucrative career in the field of fashion as she has been able to design her own clothing line, which was launched in 2021.

Nivedita Joshi Saraf was born in Mangalore, Karnataka in September 1980. Her birth name was Nivedita Vaidya and it is interesting to note that this name was inspired by the goddess of wealth in the Hindu mythological cycle. Nivedita was an avid fan of movies and she used to watch all the movies with her family including” Tirupati” and “Lord of the Rings”. Nivedita has always maintained that she is someone who was inspired by none other than the legendary Tamil movie hero Nivedita. Nivedita’s other popular works include several articles which are published in multiple print magazines including “fters” and “village newspapers” in the state of Tamilnadu.

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