Bhumika Chawla Profile:
Name: Bhumika Chawla
Date of Birth: 21stugust 1978, Delhi, India
Nick Name: Guddiya
Height: 5' 3" (1.60 m)
Education: Educated in Delhi
Debut Film: Yuvakudu
Film Awards: Zee Cine Best New Comer (Female) Award, 2004, Tere Naam
Bhumika Chawla is the youngest daughter of her parents. She has an elder brother and an elder sister. Bhumika Chawla completed her schooling from Delhi and then shifted to Mumbai (Bombay) to pursue her acting career. She started her campaign in glamour world with" Ponds" talcum powder advertisement. Bhumika Chawla's charming smile in Ponds advertisement made her popular and she was noticed by film makers.
Her debut film was "Yuvakudu" (Telugu) but Bhumika Chawala got recognition as an actress through her second film "Khushi" (Telugu). Bhumika won best actress award for "Khushi". Since then she hasn't looked back and has done five films in Telugu and two in Tamil. Bhumika Chawala made her debut in Hindi films with" Tere Naam" opposite Salman Khan. She won Zee Cine Best New Comer (Female) Award for the film "Tere Naam". Her other recently released Hindi films are- "Run", "Dil Jo Bhi Kahey", "Family - Ties of Blood" and "Gandhi My Father". Bhumika Chawla tied the nuptial knot with her long time friend Bharat Thakur (Yoga guru) on 9th December 2007. The marriage was performed in a simple ceremony attended by close relatives and friends of Chawla and Thakur.
Tamil Movies: Sillunu Oru Kaadhal, Badri, Roja Kootam. Hindi Movies: Gandhi My Father, Family - Ties of Blood. Dil Jo Bhi Kahey, Dil Jise Apna Kahaa, Run, Tere Naam. Telugu Movies: Satyabhaama, Maya Bazaar, Jai Chiranjeeva, Samba, Missamma , Simhadri Okkadu, Aadento Adho Type Vasu , Rojapoolu, Snehamanthe Ideraa , Khushi, Yuvakudu.
Bhumika says," I sometimes get a bit embarrassed when I have to shoot for romantic scenes."
Her elder brother is an army officer.
Her elder sister is married.
She wanted to be a glamorous artiste not an exposing artiste.
Bhumika has written more than 100 poems in English and she is planning to release a poem book.