Angela Krislinzki was born on 21 June 1992 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. She had completed a Masters Degree in Psychology. She was trained to act by Neeraj Kabi and Mukesh Chhabra. Prior to acting in movies, she acted in various television commercials, including prominent ones for famous brands.
In 2015, she made her cinematic debut with performing in an item number in the Telugu movie Jyothi Lakshmi. The following year, she made another special appearance in the Telugu-Tamil feature Size Zero. Just recently, she became more known for her lead role in the Telugu-Kannada feature film Rogue. She starred opposite Mannara Chopra in the said film.
Has Angela Krislinzki had Plastic Surgery?
Despite being relatively new in the show business, Krislinzki is often under fire with controversies. After claiming Hrithik Roshan as friend and mentor and the actor denying it, pictures of her during her initial years joining the reality show Splitsvilla came out. With this, most suspected that the model-turned-actress has had plastic surgery that resulted in her dramatic change of appearance. According to rumors, the actress went under the knife to have fairer skin and to become light-eyed.
Many believe that how she looked before and how she looks in the present clearly suggests of a plastic surgery simply because of the transformation that took place. The actress, in an interview, did not deny that it was her on the picture. But she has an explanation. She said: “Yes. But if you have seen the initial episodes (of Splitsvilla), you’d know that on such reality shows, we are under tremendous heat and have to perform several tasks for 40 days, so tanning is normal. And certain pictures that have gone viral are under such dirty lighting.”
About the rumors that she had an eye surgery, she said: “You know, I get very offended and hurt upon reading these articles, but then I find them funny when I discuss [them] later. Some people are saying that I’ve opted for some eye surgery. Hello! I have brown eyes. I admit that I wear lenses, and don’t think there’s anything wrong with that.”