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Meghna Malik (Hindi : मेघना मलिक) is a film, television and theatre actress who is popularly known as the high-handed Ammaji of Colors TV's popular show Na Aana Is Des Laado.[1] It was a show focusing on female infanticide and other atrocities against women.[2] In 2013, Malik became a contestant on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa. In 2016, She appeared in Star Plus's show Dahleez. In 2017, she reprised her role as Ammaji from Na Aana Is Des Laado in its sequel Laado 2 – Veerpur Ki Mardani, although she quit the show in early 2018.[3]

Meghna Malik
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Born (1971-10-03) 3 October 1971 (age 47)
ResidenceMumbai, Maharashtra, India
EducationHoly Child School, Sonipat, Haryana;
Motilal Nehru School of Sports, Rai - Haryana;
Kurukshetra University, Haryana
National School of Drama (NSD) New Delhi (1997)
OccupationFilm, television and theatre actor
Years active1998–present
Parent(s)Dr. Kamlesh Malik (Mother)
Raghuvir Singh Malik (Father)
RelativesMimansa Malik (Sister)


Early life and careerEdit

Meghna Malik was born to Kamlesh Malik, a retired college principal, and Raghuvir Singh Malik, an English professor, in Sonepat, Haryana. Meghna obtained her master's degree in English from Kurukshetra University and graduated from National School of Drama (NSD), Delhi in 1997. Her sister Mimansa Malik is a senior journalist and anchor in Zee News.

Malik played the leading role of Ammaji in television series Na Aana Is Des Laado (2009–2012). She also had supporting roles in several movies, including Chalte Chalte, Kuch Naa Kaho, and Taare Zameen Par.

In 2017, she was signed up to reprise her role as Ammaji in Laado 2. She quits the show in 2018, while the show went off air the same year.[4]




  1. ^ "About Meghna Malik".
  2. ^ "Ammaji's Character is Vamp in Na Aana Is Des Laado".
  3. ^ "Meghna Malik: 'Laado 2's going off air is almost like the sinking of the Titanic".
  4. ^ "Though I signed up to play amma ji of Laado, I never felt I was shooting for the part: Meghna Malik - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved 24 July 2018.