Sanjini, originally from Zimbabwe, Africa, obtained her college studies in Oklahoma, California and Texas. She earned a B.A. in History with a minor in Mathematics from the University of Texas in Austin. She also received her M.A. in Speech Communications from Texas State University, but her interest lies lately in show biz!
"My acting background includes dozens of community plays in South Florida, those of which have included restoration comedies, Shakespearean plays and other theatre. I have also participated in 15 student films in Miami, Fla."
Sanjini is a member of the acting union UBCP in Vancouver. In Los Angeles she has been a member of the Promenade Playhouse and City Garage Theatre in Santa Monica. She performed in a David Ives Play, “All in the Timing."
Two of the other films Sanjini has produced are “Hollywood Screen Test" and “Father and Daughter." More to follow will be “Eye of the Empress Part 2," “Cyber Romance” and “Portrait of a Nude Art Model."
"I published two children’s books entitled 'My Life as a Dollar Bill' and 'The Chocolate Pony.' The books are available in printed and digital formats on Amazon, Authorhouse and Barnesandnobles.com.
I have also written 15 other children’s stories that I would like to get published, plus an animated feature I would like to produce. The feature is called 'Beverly Hills Skunk.'"
Sanjini continues to train in martial arts, works out often, volunteers with Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity in both Vancouver and Los Angeles. She also writes for Splash Magazines and travels.
"I have traveled to 36 countries so far. My next destination is Ecuador.
Oh, I am also a model. I have worked as an art model for colleges, art studios, community centers and animation companies."
Sanjini Bhakta, thank you for taking the time to share with Examiner.com. I am sure readers and fans will enjoy learning more about you in the slideshow and at the various website links. Enjoy the above video clip on "Martial Arts Legends."
Congratulations Sanjini on your past and future endeavors!