Kamalinee Mukherjee is a truly beautiful Indian actress who appeared in several Telugu, Malayalam, Hindi, Kannada and Tamil language films. This gorgeous Bengali actress was born on March 4, 1980. She was born and raised in Kolkata, India. Kamalinee (or Kamalini) is the eldest of three siblings. Her father was a marine engineer while her mother designed beautiful pieces of jewelry. Kamalinee had an early start in show business as she took part in several stage plays in school and college, and therefore fell in love with acting at an early age. As a student, she also enjoyed poetry, painting and reading spiritual books. In 2004, just before she became an actress, she wrote and published online three poems titled “Thoughts”, “Confusion” and “Solitude”. Because of her attempts in poetry, she was able to participate in an International Poetry Contest against more than 100 promising poets from around the world and attended a seminar in Washington DC that was highlighted by the Dalai Lama. In addition to theater and poetry, she also loved to dance. She underwent years of training in an Indian classical dance called Bharata Natyam. This dance form, in which dancers move to Carnatic music and make poses to mimic a sculpture, is popular in South India among the Tamil people. Bharata Natyam is also known as the “fire dance”. As she dances, Kamalinee is catapulted into a world of mysticism and manifestations, turning on the flames in one’s human body. This dance form is very spiritual. After earning a degree in English Literature at Loreto College, Kamalinee made a few more interesting turns in life before she became a full-fledged actress. She studied Hotel Management, but left it to move on to Theater Arts in Mumbai. She began performing in theater and stage plays, taking on mostly male characters, and earned some money by working as a model for Neelkamal Furniture, Parachute, Fair and Lovely and Ayush. She finally made her acting debut in 2004 in the critically acclaimed film, “Phir Milenge”. It was a touching movie that tackled the subject of AIDS. Immediately, producers and moviegoers took notice of the charming new young actress. Her most challenging role was in the Telugu film, “Anand”. The movie is about a strong-willed young woman named Roopa who learned how to stand up for herself after her parents and other family members died from a tragic car accident. Roopa learns about relationships and eventually falls in love. Kamalinee played the lead as Roopa, a truly beautiful character that was skillfully portrayed by this talented actress. Playing Roopa was quite a challenge for Kamalinee since she was Bengali and did not speak Telugu. The voice of Roopa was dubbed by another major Indian actress. The extremely attractive Kamalinee Mukherjee enjoyed playing Telugu and moving from Bollywood to Tollywood. She said the only difference was the language. Since the multi-award winning movie, “Anand”, Kamalinee has become a major and well recognized Indian actress.