Ronjini Chakraborty (born 24 February 1992) is an Indian actress and model. She has established her career in Hindi and Bengali films.
Ronjini was brought into the world in a working class Bengali family on 8 December 1992 in Kolkata. She has been prepared in the Indian Traditional Music for a considerable length of time during her pre-adulthood. Her mom maintained that her should be a vocalist, yet her inclination was acting. That is the reason she picked going about as her profession. She began her acting process while she was in school. She joined a venue bunch named “Theatrecian” and did a few performance center plays like ‘The Example’ coordinated by Eugene Ionesco, ‘No Exit’ coordinated by Jean-Paul Sartre, ‘The Home Coming’ coordinated by Harold Pinter, ‘The Goat’ coordinated by Edward Albee, and ‘The Parody Kitchen’ took on by Dhruv Mukherjee. Then, at that point, she joined the FTII (Film and TV Organization of India) in Pune to do an acting course and to improve her acting abilities. After the finish of her preparation, she returned to Kolkata.
Subsequent to doing a few Bengali movies including Tears of Nandigram and Trayadashi, she moved to Mumbai. There, she began giving tryouts and got chosen for television promotions. She completed a few ads including Cadbury Festivity, Sony Blend Channel, Bharat Nirman, Yebhi.com, and 7Up.
In 2011, Ronjini was shortlisted for a Varieties television everyday cleanser, “Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha,” however she was unable to be a piece of the show as she got a proposal for a film, From Sydney with Adoration simultaneously. From the two decisions, she settled on the film. In 2013, she showed up in a sitcom of Channel V named Paanch 5 Wrongs Make A Right She has likewise showed up in short movies, for example, ‘An Ideal Day’ by Abhinandan Gupta (2011), ‘Only Companions’ by Arun Sukumar (2013), and ‘Pullover’ by Vijayeta Kumar (2014). She has showed up in different movies, as Autohead (2016), Tumbbad (2018), Simmba (2018), and Article 15(2019). She has acted in numerous Hindi television series, including ‘Man’s Reality’ (2015), Stories by Rabindranath Tagore (2015), ‘Not Out’ (2016), ‘Dad Ladies’ (2017), ‘Lalbazaar’ (2020), and Raktanchal (2020).