Hot bikini photos of actress Madhurima Tuli of Airtel TV advertisement “Boss ko bolo biwi bula rahi hai” fame. In the ad, she comes home after a long day at work and cooks a lavish meal for her husband, who is still working in office as her subordinate. This ad was termed as sexist by some. Her big break in Bollywood will be the upcoming thriller movie Baby opposite Akshay Kumar, where she will be playing the role of his wife. Baby is produced and directed by Neeraj Pandey and also stars Tapsee Pannu.
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Madhurima Tuli has worked in Bollywood and South regional films and also in TV serials. She made her movie debut in the Telugu film Saththaa in 2004 opposite Sai Kiran. In 2008 she played a supporting role as the pretty girl Satya in Homam, an Indian thriller written and directed by J. D. Chakravarthy. She also acted in the bilingual Kannada and Tamil film Maaricha opposite Mithun Tejasvi and directed by K. Sivasurya.
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Madhurima Tuli made her Bollywood debut came in 2011 starring as Nisha alongside Babrak Goni, Vrajesh Hirjee and Upasana Singh in the comedy-romance Kya Karein Kya Na Karein. Tuli had a leading role in Cigarette Ki Tarah along with Prashant Narayanan, and as the female lead Natasha in Anik Singal’s English language short film Lethal Commission. Tuli played Gunjan Dutta in the Hindi thriller 3D film Warning.
She has worked in TV serials such as Kasturi on STAR Plus channel, as Bindiya in Zee TV’s supernatural soap opera Shree, as Gayathri in the historical TV series drama Jhansi Ki Rani, as aspiring model Kushi in STAR One’s TV series Rang Badalti Odhani, as Richa in the show Parichay on Colors TV. She was a contestant in the third season of Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi, a reality show filmed in Brazil and aired on Aapka Colors. She was also recently seen in the role of Tanu in TV serial Kumkum Bhagya on Zee TV.
She has also worked in advertisements for brands like Godrej, Fiama Di Wills and Karbonn Mobiles.