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Renu Desai is an Indian former model and actress.
Renu Desai is a Gujarati. She has a son, born in 2004 with Tollywood actor Pawan Kalyan, whom she married in 28 January 2009. The couple also has a daughter born in 2010. They filed for divorce 2011, which was finalised in 2012. In 2018, Desai was engaged to another man.
Before her entry into Telugu films, Desai was a model and appeared in the music video of Shankar Mahadevan's song "Breathless".
She starred with her future husband in the films Badri and Johnny. Renu returned to her hometown and is active in Marathi films now. In 2013, she turned producer with Mangalashtak Once More and turned director with Ishq Wala Love in 2014.
|2000||Badri||Vennela||Telugu||Debut Telugu film|
|2000||James Pandu||Renu||Tamil||Debut Tamil film|
|2003||Johnny||Geetanjali aka "Geetha"||Telugu||Second collaboration with Pawan Kalyan|
|2014||Ishq Wala Love||Also producer|
As costume designerEdit
|2001||Kushi||"Ye Mera Jaha"|
|2012||Mangalashtak Once More|
|2014||Ishq Wala Love|
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