Kajol’s Baby Sister Tanishaa Mukerji Spills the Beans About Her Bollywood Comeback

Kajol’s Baby Sister Tanishaa Mukerji Spills the Beans About Her Bollywood Comeback

Tanishaa Mukerji, Kajol’s baby sister has been away from the limelight for quite some time now. She was last seen as a guest on the comedy show Entertainment Ki Raat last year.
Kajol’s Baby Sister Tanishaa Mukerji Spills the Beans About Her Bollywood Comeback
Tanishaa Mukherji and Kajol Devgan

Bollywood superstar Kajol’s younger sister Tanishaa Mukerji has been away from the big screen for quite a few years now. The actress launched her career in Bollywood and made her debut with the Hindi film Sssshhh... back in 2003. After that, she went on to work in films like Sarkar alongside Bollywood’s Shahensha, Amitabh Bachchan and Abhishek Bachchan, Neal N Nikki opposite Uday Chopra, Tango Charlie with Ajay Devgn, Bobby Deol and Sanjay Dutt, among many others.

The actress also more recently participated in the hit reality show Bigg Boss 7, which was hosted by Salman Khan, and successfully emerged as the first runner-up. Tanishaa was last seen on the big screen in the 2016 film Anna.
Recently, when the actress was asked about her much awaited comeback in Bollywood, she replied candidly and said: “You think good films are being made?” She went on to elaborate and explain that if she gets a quality film offer, she will definitely do it. She went on and added, “I want to make films and, hopefully, I will start shooting for a film under my production house.” Tanishaa also shared her views and opinions on the upcoming season of Bigg Boss. She said, “I feel Malay, who is the director of Bigg Boss, is very clever. He makes each show fabulous. When he took normal people on the show (as participants), even then people watched the show. Every year, people say this is the best season ever, so I feel Malay is going to do a really good job this time too.”



Lately, Tanishaa has also been preoccupied with her NGO, named Stamp. "I feel strongly about the environment. I have been busy working with my NGO. It's about planting trees and reducing the carbon footprint. Climate change has become a huge issue now, and we have only three years to do something about it. If we don't do anything in these three years, then it will be difficult for us to live in Mumbai," she said.

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