Kiara Advani’s Bra Size and Body Measurements
Kiara Advani has an incredible body. See her bra size, height, weight, and more!
Kiara Advani is an Indian film actress who appears in Bollywood films. She made her acting debut in Grazing Goat Pictures’ 2014 comedy drama film, Fugly opposite newcomer Mohit Marwah, Vijender Singh, Arfi Lamba and Jimmy Shergill. Kiara was born as Alia Advani on July 31, 1992 in Mumbai, India, to Jagdeep Advani, a businessman, and Genevieve Jaffrey, a teacher. She has a younger brother named Mishaal. She is the great granddaughter of Ashok Kumar and the great grand niece of Saeed Jaffrey.
Though her parents did not work in the film industry, she was born into a show business family: her great-grandfather, Ashok Kumar, and her aunt, Juhi Chawla, both had acclaimed careers as screen actors.
She costarred in Fugly with Indian boxer-turned-actor Vijender Singh.
Body Statistics Table
Kiara Advani's body statistics are seen in the table below. Take a look at measurements like height and weight!
|Height||1.65 m, 5'4" (feet & inches)|
|Weight||54 kg, 119 pounds|
|Cup Size (US)||Cup Size B|
|Bra Size (US)||32B|
|Implants or Natural (Breasts)||N/A|
|Breasts-Waist-Hips||34-25-34 inches (87-64-87 cm)|
|Shoe Size (US)||7.5|
|Dress Size (US)||4|
Kiara Advani Inspirational Quotes
"For me personally, fitness is more about a lifestyle. It's not just about looking good but also doing stunts. For me, it's a 360 degree approach - whether it's working out, food we eat, sleeping on time, everything comes together to be fit."
"When I started with 'Fugly', I was excited that I was playing a raw and edgy character in the film. After I nailed the audition, I realised that the role wasn't something I was comfortable with."
"My mom knew Salman sir, as they grew up together in Bandra. He would often tell my mother Genievev Advani how one day he would be a star. They have been friends for the longest time and would go cycling together."
"People think it is such an easy life, and you just go get ready, and someone does your hair and make up, and all you have to do is say a few dialogues. But there is lot more behind it. You are getting into a particular frame of mind to get into a scene; you have to get your emotion right."
"It's great that we have commercial filmmakers who make family films and understand the aesthetics well, taking this route. They know how to bring the emotions out there without being vulgar. After all, it's a natural instinct."