Anupriya Goenka is a versatile Indian model, and television and film actress. The Padmaavat girl who played the role of the first wife of Shahid Kapoor has appeared in many brand endorsements. Educated from Delhi, the actress is known for roles in Padmaavat, Tiger Zinda Hai, and an advertisement that supports the LGBT community. This content will discuss Anupriya Goenka Biography which includes Anupriya Goenka’s age, family, lifestyle, movies, affairs, body measurement, etc.

Anupriya Goenka Biography


Real Name – Anupriya Goenka

Nickname – Anu

Profession – Actress

Date of Birth – 29th May 1987

Age – 31 Years

Birth Place – Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

Debut – Potugadu (Telugu, 2013), Bobby Jasoos (Bollywood 2014), TV: Yeh Hai Aashiqui (2013)

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Hometown – Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India

Nationality – Indian

Religion – Hinduism

Zodiac sign – Gemini

Anupriya Goenka Height, Weight and Body Measurement

Height in centimeters – 170 cm

Height in inches – 5′ 7’

Weight in kilograms – 54 kg

Weight in pounds – 119 lbs

Body Measurements – 33-25-34

Bra Size – 33 B

Waist Size – 25 Inches

Hip Size – 34 Inches

Skin Color – Wheatish

Hair Color – Black

Eye Color – Dark Blue

Shoe Size – 8 US

Dress Size – 4 US

Body type – Hourglass

Anupriya Goenka Qualification/Education         

School – Gyan Bharati School, Saket, New Delhi

College – Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, New Delhi

Degree – Bachelor of Commerce (B.Com)

Anupriya Goenka Family

Father – Businessman

Mother – N/A

Brother – 1

Sister – 2

Anupriya Goenka Affairs (relationship status)


Anupriya Goenka News

She feels big banners bring a lot of visibility to an actor’s work

Anupriya Goenka Advertisements

India’s first Lesbian advertisement campaign for Myntra

Bharat Nirman, Government of India’s ad campaign

Saavn, Dabur, Garnier, Federal Bank, Colgate, Coke, Kotak Mahindra, India Ka Big Boss

Anupriya Goenka Movies (latest/upcoming movies/trailers)

2013 –Worth the Kiss and Potugad

2014 – Bobby Jasoos and Paathshala

2016 – Dishoom

2017 – Vekh Baraatan Challiyan, Daddy, and Tiger Zinda Hai

2018 – Padmaavat and Baazaar

Anupriya Goenka Controversies

She talks about the controversial Jauhar scene in Padmaavat

Anupriya Goenka Personal Quotes

“I believe that once the film is out in the theatre, the public has the right to opine about it. And any discussion about art and culture are healthy discussions. Personally, for me, it was a depiction of a 13th-century story and this practice did exist. And I don’t think this practice existed because the society was patriarchal but because the women had no other choice then. If they didn’t do this, they probably would have had to live a life of brutality.”

“It’s not the same as in the 21st century, where women have other options and can hope for a better life. During that time, it was done with a feeling of pride and honor to safeguard their self-esteem. I trust our audiences as they are intelligent enough to see things in that context.”

Anupriya Goenka Trivia

Goenka is a supporter of LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender).

She has worked in two short films—The Cage and Worth The Kiss.