You must have heard people saying that 7 people around the world look exactly like you and imagine how astonishing it will be if you come across even one of them. It will be a weird feeling but also special at the same time.
Multiple factors might affect a person’s appearance. Moreover, math and science often opinionize that there shouldn’t be such a thing as a doppelganger. However, numerous people actually find their doppelgangers, especially celebrities.
Since they were renowned personalities, everyone wants to resemble them. While many people did this by using surgeries and makeup, some just naturally looked like them. From Deepika Padukone to Amitabh Bachchan numerous celebrities have found their doppelgangers. And Kiara Advani is the latest one on the list.
Tanisha Santoshi, the daughter of well-known Bollywood director Rajkumar Santoshi, recently got compared to famous Bollywood actress Kiara Advani. When Tanisha was recently sighted at the Nykaa Femina Beauty Awards people started comparing her to Kiara.
She looks absolutely gorgeous in her golden attire during the award ceremony. Soon after her public appearance, it went viral on social media platforms, with many netizens now addressing her as the “lighter” version of Kiara Advani. Many people also called her Kiara Advani’s twin sister.
Tanisha has become the talk of the town and people are curious to know more about her.
Who is Tanisha Santoshi?
Tanisha Santoshi is the daughter of the renowned Bollywood filmmaker Rajkumar Santoshi.
She is friends with Bollywood actress Janhvi Kapoor since childhood, and their bond is quite strong. Tanisha and Janhvi have been seen together at parties and on outings frequently.
She already has a fanbase on social media platforms. On Instagram, she has more than 29 thousand followers and she frequently posts mesmerizing photos and updates her followers about her future projects and other updates related to her life.
She is also going to step into Bollywood soon. Reportedly, Tanisha Santoshi will appear in her father’s historical drama Gandhi vs. Godse, which is based on the play of the same name by Asghar Wajahat.