Namrata Thapa

Namrata Thapa is an Indian film and television actress. She appeared in Yahaaan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli as Swarnlata Raj Singhania.

Namrata Thapa
Years active2001–present

Personal lifeEdit

Thapa was born in Delhi and now resides in Mumbai.[1] She graduated from Delhi University.


Thapa began her acting career with Ssshhhh...Koi Hai - Doosri Dulhan as Nikita (Pahadi Raja's sister) in Episode 18. The shoot was supposed to be happening in Jaipur and they were auditioning for some roles in Delhi. She was doing modeling in Delhi and was 16 years old at that time. At the age of 18 and half, she came to Mumbai.[2] Vaidehi was her first show after coming to Mumbai, after which she appeared in shows such as Stree Teri Kahaani, Naaginn, Kuch Apne Kuch Paraye, Kahiin To Hoga, Mera Naam Karegi Roshan, Yahaaan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli, Jhilmil Sitaaron Ka Aangan Hoga, Badalte Rishton Ki Dastaan and Tum Aise Hi Rehna. She appeared in Yahaaan Main Ghar Ghar Kheli as Swarnlata Raj Singhania.

Thapa has also done a few regional movies such as 143 - I Love You in Odia, and has also appeared in Bengali and Bhojpuri films.[3] In 2015, she debuted in Bollywood in a role as manager of an NGO in Prem Ratan Dhan Paayo.

As of September 2016, she is appearing in Sanyukt.


  • 2015: Prem Ratan Dhan Paayo as NGO manager
  • 2014: Ganja Ladhei as Girl in a dance (special appearance)
  • 2014: Sindura as Debi
  • 2011: 143 - I Love You as Sandhya
  • 2010: Knock Out as Roshini
  • 2009: Abhimanyu (guest appearance)
  • 2009: Mitare Meeta as Nandini
  • 2008: Gharjamai
  • 2008: Golmaal as Khushi
  • 2007: Rasika Nagar as Priya / Mita
  • 2007: Mu Tate Love Karuchi
  • 2007: To Paeen
  • 2006: I Love My India as Sonia Mahapatra
  • 2006: Prema Rutu Aslilare
  • 2005: Priya Mo Priya as Priya
  • 2005: Dulha Milal Dildaar
  • 2005: I Love You as Mita
  • 2005: To Paain



  1. ^ "Namrata's big screen switch". The 4 October 2012. Retrieved 2 December 2015.
  2. ^ "I can live without food but I can't live without acting: Namrata Thapa". Santa Banta. 8 December 2009. Retrieved 5 December 2015.
  3. ^ "I love Odia films most: Namrata Thapa". Times Of India. 24 August 2012. Retrieved 2 December 2015.