Geeth Saini is an Indian actor who predominantly works in the South Indian film industry. She is known for her work in the Telugu film ‘Pushpaka Vimanam’ (2021).
Geeth Saini was born in Maharashtra. Geeth, along with her family, moved to Hyderabad, where she attended a college during which she developed an interest in acting. Geeth talked about this in an interview and said,
My parents moved to Hyderabad a decade ago, and I did my degree in the city. It was in college that I started developing interest in acting.”
Height (approx.): 5′ 6″
Weight (approx.): 55 kg
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Black
Body Measurements (approx.): 34-28-34
Geeth Saini belongs to a conservative family in Hyderabad.
There is not much information about her parents.
Geeth Saini made her debut in the South Indian film industry with the film ‘Ala,’ which did not release in theatres. In 2021, she appeared as ‘Meenakshi’ in the Tamil-language comedy thriller film ‘Pushpaka Vimanam,’ starring Saanve Megghana and Anand Deverakonda.
Geeth Saini as ‘Meenakshi’ in the film ‘Pushpaka Vimanam’ (2021)
- Geeth loves dancing. She enjoys dancing to actor Chiranjeevi’s film songs.
- In an interview, Geeth revealed that she learnt the Telugu language primarily by watching Telugu-language films, especially the old films of the Indian film directors K. Vishwanath and Jandhyala Subrahmanya Sastry, popularly known as Jandhyala.
- Geeth loves watching old films. ‘Swarnakamalam’ (1998), a Telugu-language dance film, is her favourite film.
- In an interview, Geeth talked about the making of the film ‘Pushpaka Vimanam’ (2021) and revealed that she was strictly instructed to not talk to actor Anand Deverakonda during the shoot as the role she was playing demanded a certain mood, which could not be maintained and perhaps affect the emotions portrayed on-screen unknowingly. Geetha said,
The character demanded a certain mood. So, director Damodar instructed me to avoid any conversation with co-star Anand because it could affect the emotions portrayed on-screen unknowingly. So, ‘strictly no chit-chatting with Anand’, I was told. Probably, this helped me give better output.”