Priyanka Kothari is an Indian Bollywood model and actress who goes by the names Amoha as well as Nisha Kothari. On November 30, 1983, she was born. Born in Kolkata, Sagittarian Kothari grew up learning English, Bengali, Rajasthani, and Hindi. She relocated to New Delhi when she was in the tenth grade and earned a chemistry degree from Delhi University’s Dayal Singh College. Her dad is just a businessman, her mother is a housewife, but she has an older sister who is married.
Nisha Kothari had become a model following graduation and featured within few ads. She made her cinematic debut as Amoha in Jay Jay, a Tamil movie. She received her first break thanks to actor Madhavan, who, upon seeing her photos, suggested her for something like an audition. She earned her Debut appearance in Ram Gopal Varma’s flicks James as well as Sarkar (which was released first).
She subsequently played the lead with Emraan Hashmi as well as the Bhatts in The Killer. She went on to perform several little movies and parts, and the moviegoing public has yet to provide her with anything that might be considered career-defining.
Kothari is most recognised for her provocative outfits and sensual item songs, which have become quite famous. She appeared in Ram Gopal Varma’s movies Shiva, Darna Zaroori Hai, Aag, Darling, and Agyaat, as well as his projects Go and Stalker, wherein she portrayed a tapori named Ghungroo.
In 2009, she got her Sandalwood breakthrough alongside Puneeth Rajkumar in Raaj the Showman and subsequently went on to play a supporting part in Dandupalya. She appeared in a Telugu film alongside Balakrishna, Okka Magadu, which was likewise a flop, but she also appeared in Hari Om.
Bin Bulaye Baraati became her sole release in 2011. Ops Kossa Dappa 3 was a Malaysian Tamil movie that she featured in in 2013. She would appear inside the Tamil movie Padam Pesum and it has signed on to star within Telugu thriller Criminals.
Kothari is indeed a member of a Asian Academy of Film and Television’s International Film and Television Club. Nisha Foundation was co-founded by her.