Kavyashree Gowda Age, Boyfriend, Family, Biography & More

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Hometown: Bengaluru
Age: 26 Years
Religion: Hinduism

Kavyashree Gowda

Profession(s)• Actor
• Model
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 165 cm
in meters- 1.65 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 5”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 55 kg
in pounds- 121 lbs
Figure Measurements (approx.)30-28-30
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourBlack
DebutTV: Mangala Gowri Madve (2012) as 'Mangala Gowri'
Kavyashree Gowda as 'Mangala Gowri' in a still from the television serial Mangala Gowri Madve
Award2021: Anubandha Award [1]Kavyashree Gowda - Instagram
Kavyashree Gowda posing with the Anubandha Award 2021
Personal Life
Date of Birth6 September 1996 (Friday)
Age (as of 2022) 26 Years
BirthplaceChannapatna, Karnataka
Zodiac signVirgo
ReligionHinduism [2]Kavyashree Gowda - Instagram
TattooSymbol of G clef on the left wrist
The tattoo of the symbol of G clef on the left wrist of Kavyashree Gowda
Relationships & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
ParentsFather- Name Not Known
Kavyashree with her father
Mother- Name Not Known
Picture of Kavyashree with her mother
SiblingsSister- Name Not Known
Kavyashree and her sister

Kavyashree Gowda

Some Lesser Known Facts About Kavyashree Gowda

  • Kavyashree Gowda, an Indian actor and model, is known for her role as ‘Mangala Gowri’ in the popular Kannada language daily soap opera titled ‘Mangala Gowri Madve.’
  • According to some media outlets, Kavyashree Gowda started her career by working as a host for a local channel in Bangalore. [3]The Times of India
  • In 2022, she appeared in an Indian television reality show ‘Bigg Boss Kannada Season 9’ as a contestant.

    Kavyashree Gowda in 'Bigg Boss Kannada Season 9' (2022)

    Kavyashree Gowda in ‘Bigg Boss Kannada Season 9’ (2022)

  • Kavyashree, in an interview, talked about some disturbing memories from her childhood and said that she faced gender discrimination by some of her family members including her grandmother and uncle. [4]The Times of India She also revealed that she couldn’t spend time with her father as he had to travel across the city because of his work, and she would get upset watching the parents of other students coming to the school to receive them. [5]The Times of India