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Meet the actress who began acting because she couldn’t pass the UPSC test and wanted to become an IAS officer

<p>In Bollywood, destiny often has a hand in directing people toward the glamor sector. Raashii Khanna is one actress who benefited from this, having unexpectedly broken into the film business and rising to prominence. The 32-year-old actress was born in Delhi on November 30, 1990, and has an English degree from Delhi University. Raashii showed intellectual ability at an early age and had originally wanted to join the IAS. But her path unexpectedly veered toward the entertainment industry.</p>
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<p>Raashii Khanna worked in the advertising industry and wrote copy while in college. She quickly received invitations to model, and she went on to have a prosperous modeling career. She got her break in Bollywood thanks to director Shoojit Sircar’s “Madras Cafe,” in which she portrayed John Abraham’s wife Ruby Singh. Raashii was commended for her performance and attracted notice despite having little on-screen time.</p>
<p>After that, Raashii Khanna made her screen debut in “Oohalu Gusagusalade,” her first film in South Africa. Since then, she has emerged as one of the South’s most well-known actresses, starring in a number of hit movies. The film “Yodha,” which has Siddharth Malhotra and Disha Patani in supporting roles, is one of Raashii’s next projects. It is slated for release in March.</p>

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