Tanu Roy Biography is about the multi-faceted Tanu Roy, the first Indian woman to become a popular international face. She began her illustrious career at the age of five in what was one of those tiny casting couch jobs in Hollywood. Her first major break came in the late eighties when she appeared in one of the very first Bond films, on the movie, Live And Let Die. She then went on to appear in some more successful films including A Few Good Men, Saturday Night Fever and Casino Royale. She later went on to star in a number of well-received films in both India and England, including the 1993 Best Picture Oscar winner, A Beautiful Mind.
Tanu Roy’s Bengali name is Miten, which means “beautiful lady”. However, in many sources it is reported that this was actually meant to be “moolah” which is slang for a married woman. A beautiful, cultured, and smart brunette, Tanu Roy is commonly described as having a “curvy” body and dark almond shaped eyes. She is frequently compared to a contemporary version of Angelina Jolie. She has also been linked to some rather notable films including the fantasy action-thriller, Nisar, the Bengali movie, Kaalbaaz, and the award winning Mankatha.
Bra Size & Body Measurements
|Bra Size||34 B|
|Waist Size||27 Inches|
|Hips Size||36 Inches|
|Shoe Size||8 (US)|
|Body Measurements||34-27-36 Inches|
The first part of Tanu Roy Biography covers her early life. It is possible that her real name is Tanu Akhbar, but her real mother’s name is Miten. It is possible that her real mother’s name was changed to Tanu Roy because she was born in Hyderabad, India. Some sources describe Miten as being the original name of Tanu Roy, but this is highly unlikely.
At the age of sixteen, Tanu Roy was forced to marry a thirty-year-old man from Bengali. Records indicate that Tanu Roy was quite upset with the marriage, yet the marriage went through. The marriage was documented in detail in an article published in The New Yorker Magazine, on 26 December 1992. The article described Tanu Roy as looking “sad and somewhat disappointed”.
A year later, Tanu Roy attended a ball held in Hyderabad by Indira Gandhi, which was hosted by her son. When the event ended, the New York Times reported that the Indian Film actor “turned sour as she read a newspaper from a podium at the ball and refused to shake hands with the audience’s host.” This account is confirmed in an article that was published in Time, on 6 January 1993. This was the beginning of a long association between Tanu Roy and Indira Gandhi, which spanned over several years. Tanu Roy also became close to another famous Indian actress called Neha Akbar, who was from a remote state in India.
Neha Akbar was married to another prominent South Indian personality, Anjum Anand, known as Prince Anjum. This relationship became even closer when Neha expressed a wish to marry a man from Bengal (renowned as Bengal prince). She wanted to marry a South Indian so as to be close to her sisters, whom she had not seen since she was very young. Anjum Anand and Neha met and married each other, in a beautiful reception in hamlets in Andhra Pradesh, which was a surprise to her parents. Tanu Roy became famous in her own right in the state of Karnatake, and she was praised for her performance as the lead role in the Malayalam movie “Bengali Love”.