Left Bollywood, today this beautiful actress is industry head in Google, know who is she

Mayoori Kango

New Delhi: You must have read the news of many people leaving their studies and jobs to work in films. But do you know that a Bollywood actress left working in films to complete her studies. Mayoori Kango, who has worked with veterans like Mahesh Bhatt, Sanjay Dutt, Kareena Kapoor and Jackie Shroff, has done the same. Mayuri, who started her job after completing her studies in America, is now working as the Industry Head in Google India.

Mayuri Kango started her film career in the 90s. In 1995, she appeared on screen for the first time in Saeed Mirza’s ‘Naseeb’. Mayuri got a lot of popularity from Mahesh Bhatt’s film ‘Papa Kehte Hain’. The song ‘Ghar Se Nikalte Hi, Kuch Door Chalte Hi’ from this film became a super hit. Jugal Hansraj was with Mayuri in the film. ‘Badal’ with Bobby Deol and Rani Mukherjee, ‘Kurbaan’ with Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor and ‘Jung’ with Sanjay Dutt, Shilpa Shetty and Jackie Shroff. She was last seen in the film ‘Jeetenge Hum’ in 2001.

MBA from America
Mayuri Kango married NRI Aditya Dhillon in 2003 and moved to America. He did his Master of Business Administration from the Zicklin School of Business in New York. After completing her studies, Mayuri took up the position of Managing Director at the digital media agency Performix. She lived in America from 2004 to 2012.

Mayoori Kango

Came to India for children
Mayuri Congo returned to India in 2012. He says that after having children, he felt that he needed the support of family for the upbringing of children and for his career growth. That’s why he decided to move forward in his career by staying in India. Today Mayuri is working as the Industry Head in Google.

Mayuri says that she never gave up studies. This is the reason why they are at this stage today. He says that people should first complete their studies and then think of making a career in films. A heroine’s career in Bollywood is hardly 10 years. That’s why it is important to have a backup plan.