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Mansi Verma is a television actress who began her career with modelling. She did her schooling from Bombay Cambridge School. She is quite a known face on television. For a considerable span she portrayed the role of Monalika in the famous Balaji soap 'Kahaani Ghar Ghat Kii'. At only 18 she created waves in the world of television by her character portrayal of Monalika in 'Kahani.'
Initially Mansi Verma started modelling for the Pepsi campaign, and then she endorsed many popular brands including Titan, L'Oreal and Baleno. She also participated in the Gladrags Mega Model Hunt 2003. She had her fair share of roles in the Balaji thriller 'Kya Hadsa Kya Haqeeqat'. She also got a raw deal in the music video 'Main Hoon Don' which had Jackie Shroff
playing her co-star.
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