Jhansi Laxmi (Wiki) Height, Weight, Age, Boyfriend, Biography & More

Jhansi Laxmi (Actress) Height, Weight, Date of Birth, Age, Wiki, Biography, Boyfriend and More
Jhansi Laxmi is an Indian television presenter and film actress. She has performed in various Tollywood movies and television shows as an Anchor. She is most famous for Swagatam, Golconda High School, Bhale Mogudu Bhale Pellam, Racha, Love Cycle, Speedunnodu, F2: Fun and Frustration and its sequel F3.

Birth & Family

Jhansi Laxmi was born on 16 January 1971 in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh. Her mother’s name is Sharadha who served on All India Radio (AIR). She did her schooling at Kendriya Vishwa Vidyalaya.

Real Name Jhansi Laxmi
Nickname Jhansi
Profession TV anchor and Actress
Date of Birth 16 January 1971
Age (as in 2021) 50 Years
Birth Place Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India
Nationality Indian
Home Town Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India
Family Mother : Sharadha
Father : Not Available
Sister : Not Available
Brother : Not Available
Husband : Jogi Naidu
Daughter: Dhanya
Religion Hinduism
Address Hyderabad, Telangana, India


Laxmi began her career as a television presenter in the show Talk of the Town for Gemini TV in the year 1997. She hosted various television shows like Sunday Sandadi on ETV Telugu, Manoyagnam serial for ETV Telugu, Sarada serial for Gemini TV, Brain of Andhra for MAA TV, Pelli Pustakam for MAA TV etc. Along with that, she is quiet active on film industry. Jhansi made her film debut with Egire Paavurama in 1997. She got featured in the rom-com movie Pelli Peetalu as Aruna in 1998. She played the role of Prasad’s wife in the movie Chandraleskha.
In 1999, she appeared in the movie Ravoyi Chandamam as Gowri starring alongside Nagarjuna Akkineni, Anjala Zhaveri and Jagapati Babu. She later acted in the action-drama movie Manoharam as Anand’s younger sister in 2000. In two decade long acting career, she has been part of more than 50 films which includes Suryam, Pellaina Kothalo, Kalyanram Kathi, Anthaka Mundu Aa Tarvatha, Bhagyanagara Veedullo Gamattu etc. Recently, she starred in the Telugu crime thriller movie Thimmarusu: Assignment Vali as the mother of Vasu in 2021.
Education Details and More

School Kendriya Vishwa Vidyalaya, Golconda
College Not Available
Educational Qualification Graduate
Debut Television : Talk of the Town (1997; as Anchor)

Television : Amrutham (2001)

Film : Egire Paavurama (1997)

Awards Best Supporting Actress (1997, 2000)
Best Female Comedian (2007, 2010)

Physical Stats and More

Height 5′ 6″ Feet
Weight 65 Kg
Figure Measurement 36-30-35
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black
Hobbies Reading, Writing

Personal Life

Jhansi was tied the knots with Jogi Naidu but they got separated in the year 2014. The couple has a daughter named Dhanya.
Marital Status and More

Marital Status Divorced
Boyfriends Jogi Naidu
Controversies None
Instagram Jhansi Laxmi
Net Worth Not Available

Social Media Presence

Some Facts About Jhansi Laxmi

  • Jhansi Laxmi was born and brought up in Vijayawada.
  • She started her career as an actress with the Telugu television series Amrutham played the role of Sanjeevini aired on Gemini TV.
  • Jhansi has dubbed movies like Alludugaaru Vachcharu for Kausalya (1999), Priyaralu Pilichindi (2000), Idli Sangathi (2008), and Tenali for Jyothika (2000).
  • She received the Best Supporting Actress award for Thodu and Jayam Manadera.
  • Jhansi is a yoga freak.
  • She manages a wellness company named Uzuri-Wellness.
  • Jhansi was a national-level player in outdoor games like disc, volleyball, and javelin throw.
  • Lakshmi received the Best Female Comedian award for Tulasi and Simha.
  • She featured in the Aha original romantic comedy-drama web series The Baker and The Beauty played the role of Padma Dasaripalle, Vijay’s mother, in the year 2021. It is based on the Israeli TV series Beauty and the Baker.

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