Neena Kulkarni (Actress) Age, Family, Husband, Biography & More

Neena Kulkarni


Full NameNeena Kulkarni
Famous RoleMadhavi Vishwanathan Iyer in TV serial Ye Hai Mohabbatein (2013 to present)
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 165 cm
in meters- 1.65 m
in feet inches- 5’ 5”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 60 kg
in pounds- 132 lbs
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourBlack
Personal Life
Date of Birth15 August 1962
Age (as in 2017)55 Years
Birth PlacePune, Maharashtra, India
Zodiac sign/Sun signLeo
HometownPune, Maharashtra, India
DebutBollywood: Mirch Masala (1987)
Marathi Film: Sawat Majhi Ladki (1993)
Hollywood: The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2012)
French Film: A Wedding (2016)
Hindi TV: Jeena Isi Ka Naam Hai Season 2 (2006-2008)
FamilyFather- Name Not Known (Chief of J J Hospital's psychiatry department)
Mother- Name Not Known (Doctor)
Brother- Not Known
Sister- Not Known
Boys, Affairs and More
Marital StatusWidowed
Affairs/BoyfriendsDilip Kilkarni (Actor)
Husband/SpouseDilip Kilkarni (Actor, Died in 2002)
Neena Kulkarni with her husband Dilip Kulkarni
ChildrenSon- Divij Kulkarni
Daughter- Sohaa Kulkarni
Neena Kulkarni with her children


Neena KulkarniSome Lesser Known Facts About Neena Kulkarni

  • Does Neena Kulkarni smoke?: Not Known
  • Does Neena Kulkarni drink alcohol?: Not Known
  • Neena started her career as a model and walked the ramp at various fashion shows.
  • She later started working as a Hindi theater artist and did numerous theater plays like Adhe Adhure, Mayavi Sarovar, Educating Rita, etc.
  • In 1978, she got the chance to play the role of Shabbo in the Marathi theater play ‘Hamidabai Chi Kothi’, for whom she received the award.
  • She also acted in many other award-winning Marathi plays like ‘Mahasagar’, ‘Dhyani Mani’, ‘Akasmat’, ‘Dehabhaan’, ‘Prem Patra’, ‘Vatvat Savitri’, etc.
  • Neena is the founder of ‘Upstage Film Company’ and produced the first Marathi film ‘Shevri’ (2006).
  • In 2011, she directed the Marathi play ‘Mahasagar.’
  • She also worked as a column writer for the Marathi newspaper ‘Loksatta’ for almost three years.