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Pooja Banerjee (TV Actress) Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Biography & More

Real NamePooja BanerjeeNicknameNot KnownProfessionActressFamous Role Rewa Mathur in TV serial Swim Team (2015-2016)Physical Stats & MoreHeight (approx.)in centimeters- 163 cm
in meters- 1.63 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 4”Weight (approx.)in Kilograms- 51 kg
in Pounds- 112 lbsFigure Measurements33-25-34Eye ColourBrownHair ColourBlackPersonal LifeDate of Birth8 November 1991Age (as in 2016) 25 YearsBirth PlaceAligarh, Uttar Pradesh, IndiaZodiac sign/Sun signScorpioNationalityIndianHometownMumbai, Maharashtra, IndiaSchoolCentre Point School, Nagpur, MaharashtraCollegeHislop College, Nagpur, MaharashtraEducation QualificationsBachelor of Commerce (B.Com)
Master of Arts (M.A.) in English LiteratureDebutTV Debut: MTV Roadies Season 8 (2011, as a contestant), Ek Doosre Se Karte Hain Pyaar Hum (2012, as an actress)FamilyFather- Neil Banerjee
Mother- Poornima Bhattacharya
Brother- Akash Banerjee
Sister- N/A
pooja-banerjee-with-her-familyReligionHinduismHobbiesSwimming, dancingBoys, Affairs and MoreMarital StatusMarriedAffair/BoyfriendSandeep Sejwal (Swimmer & Asian Games Medalist)Husband/SpouseSandeep Sejwal (Swimmer & Asian Games Medalist)
Pooja Banerjee with her husband Sandeep SejwalMarriage Date28 February 2017
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Relationship tips: Kumkum Bhagya's Pooja Banerjee on what makes a marriage work

What makes a marriage more successful than the other? A study suggests that kindness and generosity are the two things that keep a relationship alive for longer time while another said it is less to do with finding the perfect partner but more about building the relationship in conditions that allow it to flourish.

Kumkum Bhagya actress Pooja Banerjee who's married to childhood friend and national-level swimmer Sandeep Sejwal for more than four years, recently opened up about things that keep the spark in their marriage alive despite their hectic schedules. The Kasautii Zindagii Kay star also talked about the importance of respecting each other's career, and honesty and sincerity in a relationship.

Here are a few tips that couples could follow for a happy and successful marriage:

ALSO READ: Pooja Banerjee: Being married to a swimmer means an extremely disciplined and healthy lifestyle

1. Be a good friend to each other

Pooja seems to believe in the mantra of 'Pyaar dosti hai' and she feels friendship between a couple helps create an understanding between them which is even more important than love and attraction.

"Trust, love and attraction - all of these things come secondary, but if there is friendship between a couple, then they tend to share and understand everything about each other. I know Sandeep since I was in fourth standard, in fact, we were friends for the longest period of time, after which we realized we can be life partners," says the actress.


2. Be honest and sincere to each other

"Ever since I know him (Sandeep) and we started dating, my mantra was very simple - honesty and sincerity. We don’t put each other down and he never puts me in any embarrassing situation. It is same from my side too. He does not judge me too, and vice versa," adds Pooja.

3. Give each other space

Allowing each other space to grow and respecting each other's view point go a long way in building the foundation of a solid relationship.

"The best part is that we give ample of space to each other to grow and learn by ourselves in our careers. He never forces his views onto me and neither do I," says Pooja.


4. Give each other time

Pooja says that it is important for couples to take out time for each other even when the schedules are tight.

"Having said all this, I feel it is very important to give each other time as well because nowadays couples don't give each other time. So, Sandeep and I plan our schedules such that we have time for each other. Due to my tedious shooting hours, we are on different sleep cycles, but he understands me so well and does the smallest of things to help me live my life to the fullest and I help him with his," she says.

5. Respect each other's career

Supporting your partner in coping up with the career is one of the keys to a successful relationship, feels Pooja. This is one of the ways to tell your partner that you are there for him or her.

"As I have been a swimmer for 14 years, I understand the fatigue he might be going through as an athlete due to his daily routine and I try to help him feel better and do my bit wherever I can. We respect each other's careers, and we support each other in our own way every day and I feel that is the key to a successful marriage," says Pooja.

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Puja Banerjee

Indian television actress

Not to be confused with Pooja Banerjee.

Puja Banerjee (born 6 February 1987), sometimes credited as Pooja Bose,[2][3][6][4] is an Indian actress who appears predominantly in Bengali films and Hindi television.[6][7] She is well known for playing Vrinda in the show Tujh Sang Preet Lagai Sajna, which aired on Star Plus. She participated in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa (2014), Comedy Nights Bachao (2015) and Bigg Boss Bangla (2016).[8]


After starting her television career with Kahaani Hamaaray Mahaabhaarat Ki, Banerjee was seen in the romantic show Tujh Sang Preet Lagai Sajna, in which she played the role of a simple Punjabi girl, Vrinda.[9]

She made her debut in the Telugu film titled Veedu Theda.[10] She has also acted in the film Macho Mustanaa, with Hiran Chatterjee (formerly called Macho Mustafaa, but the title was changed due to objections from Muslim clerics regarding the use of the word "Mustafaa".[11] She won a role in Raja Chanda's film Challenge 2, starring Dev Adhikari and Sujit Mondal's film Rocky, starring Mahaakshay Chakraborty. Another unconfirmed movie is Diwana Holo Mon, opposite Hiran Chatterjee.

Banerjee participated in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 7, where she was credited as Puja Bose. Her choreographer was Rajit Dev, who is also the chief choreographer to Vaibhavi Merchant.[12]

From 2015 to 2017, she appeared in Comedy Nights Bachao. Banerjee later joined the cast of Zee TV's Qubool Hai playing the role of Afreen.[13] She also played Yasmine in Razia Sultan which aired on &TV. In 2016, she participated in Bigg Boss Bangla and Comedy Nights Live.[14]

In 2017, she played Mahek in Dev which also starred Ashish Chaudhary and Sumona Chakravarti.[15] She returned to the show in 2018 with season 2. In 2019, she participated in Kitchen Champion 5 and Khatra Khatra Khatra followed by playing Makdina in Vish.[16] In 2020, she played Vaishno Devi in Jag Janani Maa Vaishno Devi - Kahani Mata Rani Ki.[17]

Personal life[edit]

Puja was earlier married to Arnoy Chakraborty and divorced him in 2013.[6] In 2020, she married to her Tujh Sang Preet Lagai Sajna co star Kunal Verma and have a son.[3][2][4][18] In October 2020, Banerjee and Verma became parents to a baby boy and named him Krishiv.[19]



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Pooja Banerjee

Not to be confused with Puja Banerjee.

Indian actress

Pooja Banerjee Sejwal (born 8 November 1991) is an Indian actress who appears in Hindi television.[2] She is known for portraying Tejal Mazumdar in Star Plus's Ek Doosre Se Karte Hain Pyaar Hum and Nivedita Basu in Kasautii Zindagii Kay 2.[3] She presently portrays Rhea Mehra in Zee TV's Kumkum Bhagya.[4] She participated in MTV India's MTV Roadies 8 in 2011 and Nach Baliye 9 in 2019.

Early life[edit]

Banerjee completed her schooling from Centre point school and college from Hislop College, Nagpur. She pursued her graduation in Bachelor of Commerce and completed her post graduation in Masters in English literature. She has also represented Maharashtra at the national level swimming tournaments. She swam the 5 km sea race in the Arabian Sea and 14 km river race in river Hooghly.[5] Banerjee has also played a swimmer, Rewa Mathur, in Swim Team.[6][7]

Personal life[edit]

Banerjee is married to Olympian swimmer, Sandeep Sejwal.[8] He won a bronze medal in 50m breaststroke at the 2014 Asian games held in Incheon. He was awarded the Arjuna award by then president of India, Pranab Mukherjee.[9]



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