Bhairavi Vaidya (1956-2023) was an Indian actress, known for her work in Hindi films and television series. She passed away on 8 October 2023, after suffering from cancer for a long time.
Bhairavi Vaidya was born on Tuesday, 1 May 1956 (age 67 years; at the time of death) in Mumbai. Her zodiac sign was Taurus. She did her schooling at Sarala Sarjan High School, Mumbai. She later studied at Mithibai College of Arts, Mumbai.
Height (approx.): 5′ 5″
Hair Colour: Salt & Pepper
Eye Colour: Black
Parents & Siblings
There is not much information about her parents and siblings.
Husband & Children
She got married to Vipul Vaidya in 1981. He works as a managing trustee at an NGO named ‘Jann Sahai Kendra’ in Mumbai. She has a daughter named Janki Vaidya, who is a dancer and voice-over artist, and a son named Harsh Vaidya, who is a businessman.
She follows Hinduism.
Bhairavi Vaidya started her as a theatre artist. She had performed in various Gujarati theatre plays including ‘Himkavach,’ ‘Dheshat,’ and ‘Chitkaar.’
She played the role of Janki in the Hindi film ‘Taal’ (1999), starring Aishwarya Rai. She played the role of Clara Rodriques in the Hindi TV series ‘Hasratein’ in 1999. The TV series was broadcast on Zee TV. In 2000, she made a short appearance in the superhit Bollywood ‘Hera Pheri.’ In 2001, she appeared alongside Salman Khan in the Hindi film ‘Chori Chori Chupke Chupke.’
She appeared as Buaji in the Hindi film ‘Humraaz’ in 2002. In the same year, she acted in the film ‘Kyaa Dil Ne Kahaa.’ In 2009, she essayed the role of Kantaben Patel in the Hindi film ‘What’s Your Raashee?’ In 2017, she made an episodic appearance in the Hindi TV show ‘Savdhan India.’ In the same year, she appeared alongside Sudeep Sahir and Disha Parmar in the Hindi TV series ‘Woh Apna Sa,’ which aired on the channel Zee TV.
She played the role of Narmada Foi in the Gujarati film ‘Ventilator’ (2018). In 2020, she made a short appearance in the Hindi web series ‘Naxalbari,’ which premiered on ZEE5. She played the role of Pushpa Goenka in the Hindi TV series ‘Nima Denzongpa’ (2021), which aired on the channel Colors.
She appeared in the various television commercials including ‘Big Basket,’ ‘Figaro Olive Oil,’ ‘Lux Cozi,’ and ‘Coka Cola.’
Bhairavi Vaidya took her last breadth on 3 October 2023. According to some reports, she was suffering from cancer for a long time.
- Her family members fondly called her Choti.