Htun Eaindra Bo

Htun Eaindra Bo (Burmese: ထွန်းအိန္ဒြာဗို, pronounced [tʰʊ́ɰ̃ ʔèiɰ̃dɹà bò]; also Htun Aeindra Bo; born Mi Mi Khine on 1 May 1966) is a three-time Myanmar Academy Award winning actress and singer. The Mogok native began her film career in 1991, and has achieved fame and success as an actor and singer. Now in her 50s, she is still a household name in Myanmar and continues to make films and performs in concerts.[1][2]

Htun Aeindra Bo
Birth nameMiMi Khine
Born (1966-05-01) 1 May 1966 (age 54)
OriginMogok, Mandalay Division, Myanmar
GenresPop, Country
Occupation(s)actress, singer
InstrumentsVocals, acoustic guitar
Years active1991–present Fandom Name. =Kdra(K for Khine , Dra for Aeindra)


Htun Eeindra Bo was on 1 May 1966 in Mogok, Myanmar to Khin Mya Mya and Khin Maung Thein. She was the middle child of three; she had an elder brother and a younger sister, Thet Thet Khine, a House of Representatives MP. Her family was in the jewellery business. Mi Mi Khine was interested entertainment since she was little. She was singing Burmese songs at age four and by age eleven, she began to sing at local concerts.[3]

She graduated with a law (LLB) degree.


Htun entered the entertainment industry with a direct-to-video film, called Kyeza Hnalontha (Professional Heart) in 1991. She released her first album in 1993 with songs by Maung Thit Min and Myo Kyawt Myaing.[3][1]

She has made over 100 movies in her career.

Personal lifeEdit

She is married to Aung Minn Tun, and they have a son.


Solo albumsEdit

  • Min Atwet Pe (Only For You) (1993)
  • Na-Le Thint-Bi (You Should Understand) (1995)
  • Einmet Nya Mya (Dreamy Nights) (1997)
  • So Yin (If So ...) (1998)
  • 1999 (1999)
  • Sanda Shi Dae Ahound Myar (Desirous Old Songs) (1999)
  • Nay-Ya Lay Takhu (A Place) (2000)
  • Nha-Youk Ma Shi Bu (There is no other one) (2001)
  • Tanta Nay Ze (Still wanting you) (2002)
  • Yeeza Oo (First Love) (2004)
  • Diary

Duet albumsEdit

  • Gandaya Cafe (Desert Cafe) with Ringo and Alex
  • Hsohn-Naing Gwint (Chance of Being Together) with Alex
  • Thone-Youk Zaga (Three People Talk) with Tin Zar Maw and Madi
  • Kaung Kin Ta Khu Yae Chit Chin (The love of the sky) with Bo Bo and Tun Tun
  • Mohn Lo Ma Ya De Chitthu Tway (Couple who can't hate each other) with Dwe
  • Myetsi Hmeit-pi Chit Lai Pa (Close you eyes and love it) with Tin Zar Maw
  • Ta Gae Ma Chit Bae Nae (Don't really love) with Myo Kyawt Myaing

Collaborative albumsEdit

  • A-Paing-A-Sa 1.5 (Fragment 1.5)
  • A-Phyu-Yaung Thangegyin Tho (To White-Colored Friend)
  • Honeymoon Khayi (Honeymoon Trip) -Saw Bwe Hmu Remembrance
  • Mei Daw Ma Mei Bu (Haven't Forgotten) -L Khun Yi Live Show
  • Min Atwet (For You)
  • Alphne Thingyan
  • Lu Min Wedding
  • Romanson Live Show
  • City FM

Awards and NominationsEdit

Film awards:

Year Award Category Nominated work Result
1999 Myanmar Academy Award Best Actress Hnaung Ta Mye Mye (Deep and Unforgettable Sorrow) Won
Yin-Del-Ka Saung Yar-Thi (Winter in My Heart) Nominated
2003 Myanmar Academy Award A-May Noh-Boe (Value of Mother's Milk) Won
2004 Myanmar Academy Award Ta-Khar-Ka Ayeyarwady Nya Myer (Ayeyarwady Nights, Once Upon A Time) Nominated
2005 Myanmar Academy Award Best Actress Mogok Set-Waing Ko Kyaw-Lun Ywe (Beyond the Horizon) Won
2017 Myanmar Academy Award Best Supporting Actress Nay Win Ate Tan Tat (Last Hours of Life) Nominated
2018 Star Award Best Actress Naung Twin Ooh-Dan Ti Say Thadee Nominated

City FM Music Award

  • She won 6 City FM Music Awards in three categories and four consecutive years.
Year Award Result
2002 Most Popular Female Vocalist of the Year Won
2003 Best Female Vocalist of the Year Won
Most Popular Female Vocalist of the Year
2004 Best Selling Stereo Album of the Year Won
Most Popular Female Vocalist of the Year
2005 Most Popular Female Vocalist of the Year Won


  1. ^ a b "ထွန်းအိန္ဒြာဗိုလ် တစ်ကိုယ်တော် ဖျော်ဖြေပွဲပြုလုပ်ရန်  စီစဉ်ထား". The Myanmar Times (in Burmese). 4 September 2018.
  2. ^ Yu Phyu Han (6 October 2017). "သုဘရာဇာ ဇာတ်ရုပ်နဲ့မြင်တွေ့ရမယ့် ထွန်းအိန္ဒြာဗိုလ်" (in Burmese). The Irrawaddy.
  3. ^ a b Phyo Thitsa Aung (November 2003). "Htun Aeindra Bo's Start in Music Career". People Magazine Myanmar (in Burmese). Archived from the original on 29 April 2011.

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