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Mouni Roy was born on 28 September 1985 in Cooch Behar, West Bengal in a typical Bengali family. Wikimedia Commons

Mouni Roy is one of the most popular TV actresses of current times. Mouni started her career in Television Industry with one of most loved serial of that time “Kyuki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi.” She has made her name in every household with her famous fiction show “Nagin” which has garnered her enormous accolades.

Mouni is an Indian film and television actress and model. She is better known for playing Shivanya Ritik Singh and Shivangi Rocky Pratap Singh in Naagin TV serial.


Roy was born on 28 September 1985 in Cooch Behar, West Bengal in a typical Bengali family. Mouni Roy age is 32 years as of today. Her grandfather was a well-known Jatra theatre artist, while her mother Mukti is a theatre. This may be the reason that Mouni is so talented and versatile.


Mouni Roy is a total travel freak. FaceBook

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However, being a Mouni Roy fan, you must know these t interesting facts about Mouni Roy.

1. Mouni is a well-trained Kathak dancer. She has participated in various Dance based reality shows and her favourite dance form is Ballerina. Mouni appeared on the reality show Jhalak Dikhlaja and won many hearts.

2. Mouni was also a contestant and finalist on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, held in 2014.

3. Mouni has a long list of Boyfriends and has been linked with several of her co-stars. She was earlier dating Gaurav Chopra, who was a “Big Boss” contestant. As per some media reports, she is believed to be dating Mohit Raina with whom she shared screen in ‘Devon Ke Dev Mahadev.’ They have been in a relationship for a long time.

4. The multi-talented actress has some keen love for art. In her free time, Mouni loves to try her hands on painting and Sketching.


Mouni Roy started her career in Television Industry with one of most loved serial of that time “Kyuki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. Facebook

5. Mouni likes to flaunt her beautiful assets in different attires. You can follow her on Instagram and would come across several bikini-clad images of her.

6. Mouni loves to explore travelling and has already travelled a lot around the world. She’s a total travel freak and has visited Dubai, Hong Kong, New York, Paris, Europe and many more places.

7. Mouni is a real bookworm and always carry a book, where ever she travels. She likes to devote her free time to reading books.

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8. Sanjida Sheikh is the best friend of Mouni Roy. Mouni tends to share her all the secrets with Sanjida.

9. Mouni’s pet names are Mon or Maanya and her friends call her with the same.

10. Mouni loves sleeping and whenever she gets time in between her shoots, she loves to hit the bed.


Mouni Roy likes to flaunt her beautiful assets in different attires. Facebook

11. Mouni idolizes her dad and draws a lot of inspiration from him.

12. Mouni’s favourite song is Lag Jaa Gale from the movie Woh Kaun Thi.

13. Mouni Roy loves the company of children and one can see the excitement on her face when kids are around. She seems to be very caring and will surely be a great mom.


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