Tarannum Khan, a south Indian actress born on 11 September 1982, is an Indian actress and model known for her work in South Indian silver screen, Bollywood, and American film. Tarannum was conceived in Dehradun and spent the greater part of her youth in Haridwar. In 2001, her move ace gave her the chance to show up in a well-known introduction music video which conveyed Khan to the consideration of numerous Indian movie producers. In spite of the fact that Khan tried to wind up plainly an outstanding artist, she was offered the main part. In this manner, Khan made her film make a big appearance in 2001 with the Telugu film and had her first business accomplishment in 2002.
While in her sophomore year at the Woman Hardinge School, Tarannum Khan got her first chance to show up before the camera for a video shoot. Following her move educator’s proposal, she was welcome to show up in the music video of shot in Jammu, the video was seen by Ramoji Movies who offered her the lead part of Radha in their film impossible to miss film Khan acknowledged the part and, even before it was discharged she was marked to four more movies in which she played a mogul’s little girl who falls for a white collar class man. In 2002, she featured in a well-known south motion picture, co-featuring popular south Indian performing artists, and actresses, which was her first business success. The film took the Nandi Award for Best Feature Film and Filmfare Best Film Award (Telugu).
Summary- Tarannum Khan, a south Indian actress is known for her beauty and brilliant acting in entire south Indian film industry.