Rupal Nand is an Indian actress who primarily works in Marathi films and television shows. She is well known for her role as Rashmi Deshpande in the Marathi film ‘Mumbai Pune Mumbai 3’ (2018).
Rupal Nand was born on Friday, 30 October 1998 (age 23 years; as of 2021) in Pune, Maharashtra, India. Her zodiac sign is Scorpio. Rupal’s hometown is in Nagpur, Maharashtra. Rupal holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree from Fergusson College, Pune. The Times of India
Height (approx.): 5′ 3″
Weight (approx.): 55 kg
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Brown
Figure Measurements (approx.): 33-28-33
Parents & Siblings
Rupal’s father, Vishvesh Nand, is a doctor.
Her mother’s name is Vishakha Nand.
She has a younger sister, Reeya Nand.
Husband & Children
Rupal Nand got married to Anish Kanvinde on 10 July 2022. Her husband is a sailor.
In 2015, Rupal Nand made her debut with the Marathi film Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai 2 in which she played the role of Rashmi Deshpande.
In 2018, she appeared in the sequel to 2015’s Marathi film Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai 2, Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai 3.
In 2016, Rupal made her debut with the Marathi television show Goth in which she played the role of Radha on Star Pravah.
In 2017, she appeared in the show Phulpakhru in which she played the negative role of Revati on Zee Yuva. In an interview, talking about her character in the show, Rupal said,
Till now, I have played the protagonist on the small screen. This time, I wanted to experiment. Revati is very practical and a career oriented person. At this stage, I can’t say that my character has a grey shade but Revati is such a person, who can cross any limits to reach her goal.” The Times of India
In 2019, Rupal appeared in the show Aanandi He Jag Saare on Sony Marathi in which she played the role of a girl who had autism. In an interview, talking about her role as Aanandi in the show, Rupal said,
The entire team of Aanandi He Jag Sare helped me out to portray an autistic child because my on-screen character Anandi was functional. Everyone helped me in giving justice to the character. It was a challenging role.” The Times of India
In 2020, she played the role of Ananya in the show Shrimantaa Gharchi Sunn on Sony Marathi.
- In 2018, Rupal was on the list of Maharashtra’s Most Desirable Women on TV.
- Rupal joined a theatre group after completing her schooling. While she was pursuing her graduation, she took part in Purushottam Trophy Competition, an annual inter-college Marathi one-act play competition where students from across Maharashtra represent their respective colleges.
- While pursuing her graduation, Rupal did an internship at Sassoon Hospital, Pune.
- In 2013, Rupal won the title of ‘Best Personality’ in a beauty contest ‘Maharashtra times Shrawan Queen.’
- Rupal was offered a role in the Marathi film ‘Mumbai-Pune-Mumbai 2’ when she was in her final year of college.
- In 2017, Rupal promoted her television show Goth on the radio channel ‘Radio Mirchi 93.5 FM.’
- In 2020, Rupal learned sewing amid the Covid 19 lockdown.
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