Aakanksha Singh is an Indian actress who works primarily in Hindi films and television. She is known for her performance in the television series Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha and Gulmohar Grand. She worked on more than 10 plays. Her mother is also a theatre artist.
Born and raised in Jaipur, Rajasthan, Singh started her career in television through Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha in which she played Megha Vyas/Bhatnagar, a widow with two children. She later appeared in Gulmohar Grand in which she played a 21-year-old. The show was a series based on the hotel industry and was a number 1 show in the United Kingdom. She made her Tollywood debut in 2017 with Malli Raava. Her second project in Telugu was Devadas. Pailwan is her first Kannada film. It was released in 5 languages.
|2012||Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha||Megha Vyas Bhatnagar||Colors TV||Lead Role|
|2012||Nenjam pesuthe||Meena Amar / Mohan Prasad||Polimer TV||Lead Role|
|2013||Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha 2||Megha Vyas Bhatnagar||Colors TV||Lead Role|
|2013||Nenjam pesuthe season 2||Meena mohan prasath||Polimer TV||Lead Role|
|2014||Savdhaan India||Prabha||Life OK||Episodic Role|
|2015||Nach Baliye 7||Herself||Star Plus||Guest|
|2015||Gulmohar Grand||Anahita(Annie)||Star Plus||Lead Role|
|2016||Box Cricket League||Contestant||Colors TV||Player for Ahmadabad Express|
|2018||Meethi ki laddoo - Mothers and daughters||Radhika||Short film||Lead|
|2017||Badrinath Ki Dulhania||Kiran Kakkar||Hindi||Support|
|2017||Malli Raava||Anjali||Telugu||Debut as Lead Actress|
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