Kushboo Sundar (also known as Naggarth Sundar) (born Naggarth Khan, on 19 September 1970) is an Indian actress, television hostess and producer.
Khushboo was born and raised in a Muslim family in Andheri (West), Mumbai, and went to Swami Muktananda High School there. She has three brothers. She married director Sundar. C. She later converted to Hinduism and though is not a Tamil, can speak the language very fluently.
Khushboo started her career in the 1980s as a child artist. Her first movie appearance was Thodisi Bewafaii (1980) where she had an uncredited role. She had her first credited role in the 1981 film Laawaris. Since then, she has acted in over 100 movies, some opposite leading actors like Kamal Hassan, Rajnikanth, Mammootty, Mohanlal, Sathyaraj, and Prabhu. She played the role of the sister of Anil Kapoor in the 80s hit Meri Jung, and danced with Javed Jaffrey in his first dancing role on screen in the superhit song "Bol Baby Bol, Mere Sang Dol".
In 2005, there was a well-publicized controversy about her remarks in an interview for AIDS awareness, about the need for protective sex. She said it was fine for girls to have pre-marital sex but not without taking precautions