Neetu Chandra is an Indian actress, producer, and theatre artist who is known for her role as Sweety in the Bollywood film Garam Masala (2005).She was born into a middle-class family in Patna. In an interview, she said that she stopped taking any money from her parents after the class tenth and studied on a sports scholarship in college.She has a good command of her mother tongue Bhojpuri and often talks about how proud she is of her mother tongue in many interviews.After completing her graduation, she started modelling and appeared in various advertisements.Apart from being an actor, she is also a sportsperson, who plays basketball and holds two Dan black belts in Taekwondo. In an interview, she said that her mother asked her to learn Taekwondo when she was in class three. In 1997, she represented India in the World Taekwondo Championships which was held in Hong Kong. In 2016, she was invited as a chief guest at the Korus Taekwondo Championship. Neetu Chandra performing Taekwondo.She is associated with basketball and NBA. In an interview, she said that she did not take up basketball as a profession because when she was young, she read news about a clerk job being offered to sportsperson PT Usha. Adding to this, she further said, When I was young I used to follow PT Usha a lot. She was a celebrity back then and when the news of her being offered a clerks post in railways came to me I was shattered and may be that was the time I thought there was no future in sports. Treating a legend like PT Usha in such regard will never have a positive impact on upcoming sportspersons not back then and not today. Neetu Chandra playing basketball.She has appeared in Hindi films including Traffic Signal (2007), Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! (2008), Rann (2010), Apartment (2010), and Kucch Luv Jaisaa (2011). Neetu Chandra in the film Traffic Signal.Apart from Hindi films, she has appeared in various Telugu films like Godavari (2006), Satyameva Jayate (2009), and Manam (2014). Neetu Chandra in the film Godavari.She also did some Tamil films including Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai (2010), Yuddham Sei (2011), Aadhi Baghavan (2013), Settai (2013), and Singam 3 (2017). Neetu Chandra in the film Theeradha Vilaiyattu Pillai.In 2014, she appeared in the Kannada film Power. Neetu Chandra in the film Power.