4 Highly educated actresses of Bollywood

How much did the four famous actresses who made a name for themselves in Bollywood, study?

Mumbai: How much did the film actresses Johi Chawla, Kareena Kapoor, Aishwarya Rai, and Rani Mukherjee, who made a name for themselves in Bollywood, study? Fans are always eager to know these things.

The actress, who has ruled Bollywood for two decades, is considered by many fans as her role model and that is why fans are eager to know about her education.

Aishwarya Rai
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Aishwarya Rai

Former Miss World Aishwarya Rai was born on November 1, 1973, to a Bengali family. The actress started her film career in Bollywood with film and love. I got my higher education from DG Rupareel College, but some media reports say that Aishwarya did not complete her college education and was a college dropout.

Kareena Kapoor
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Kareena Kapoor

Born into the Kapoor family on September 21, 1980, Kareena Kapoor is one of the most successful actresses in Bollywood today. Bebo, who started her film career as a refugee, attended Jumna Bai Nursery School in Mumbai and Wilhelm Girls School in Dehradun. For higher education, she chose Mithi Bai College, Mumbai, but due to her film career, she remained a dropout student of the college.

Johi Chawla
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Johi Chawla

Born on November 13, 1967, in Ambala, Haryana, Johi Chawla started her film career in 1986 with the film Sultan. However, he got a new identity with Aamir Khan in 1988 from the movie Doomsday to Doomsday.

Johi was always serious about her studies and she did her schooling at Fort Convent School in Mumbai and graduated in HR from Sandenham College in Mumbai.

Rani Mukherjee
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Rani Mukherjee

Born on March 21, 1978, Rani Mukherjee is a successful actress in the film world. Rani started her film career in 1997 with the film Raja Ki Aayegi Barat. He proved his mettle with the films Black, Hiccup, and Mardani.

He completed his schooling at Manik G. Cooper High School, Joho, Mumbai, and completed his graduation from Sweet Bai College, Mumbai.

 

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