On May 21, Aditi Govitrikar will have reached a new age. Aditi, who was born in Pune, attended Barns High School before attending Grant Medical College in Mumbai, where she received her degree in 1997. Aditi, who embodies “beauty with brains,” gave up practicing medicine to pursue a career in modeling. After winning the Gladrags Megamodel Contest in 1996 and the Asian Super Model Contest in 1997, the model and actress stole the spotlight for the first time. Aditi's adventure had only just begun, however, and soon she was the first supermodel in India with a medical degree.
After working as a model for a while, Aditi landed a few jobs, including commercials for well-known worldwide companies including Coca-Cola, Chopard, Fendi, and Harry Winston. She has appeared in a few music videos, including Aaina by Jagjit Singh and Kabhi to Nazar Milao by Adnan Sami. The supermodel made her debut in the film business in 1999 with the very successful at the time movie Thammudu.
Mismatched on Netflix was Aditi Govitrikar's most recent endeavor. Along with Hitten Ttejwani, Jugal Hansraj, Kiku Sharda, Samir Soni, and Bhagyashree, she will be seen in NRI Wives.
Here are some lesser-known facts about Aditi Govitrikar on her special day.
Aditi Govitrikar has a medical degree in obstetrics and gynecology.
Her supermodel career took off when she won Gladrags in 1996.
She was quickly noticed by several modeling agencies after winning the competition, and she received many job offers. Aditi intervened by deciding to take it on as a side job since she wants to be a doctor.
She took home the Mrs. World title in 2001 after winning the Mrs. India pageant in 2000 for the Gladrags.
She appeared in more than 10 Bollywood films after making her acting debut in a Telugu movie in 1999.
In Hindi movies like Paheli, De Dana Dan, and Bheja Fry 2, Aditi has acted as the lead.
She dated Dr. Muffazal Lakdawalla for seven years before being married to him. They were college roommates.
After 11 years of dating, Aditi and Muffazal Lakdawalla became apart.
Aditi eats just plants.
She practices Vipassana religiously.
Aditi is a native speaker of Hindi and Marathi in addition to English. She is also fluent in Gujarati.