Claudia Ciesla English Actress
The tide seems to have turned for Bollywood. Earlier, Indian films had to be sent abroad for technical finesse, and the dream of many Indian actors was to act in Hollywood movies. But at the turn of the century the tide has turned, as India started being looked at from a different perspective. This affected the film world too and in a reverse phenomenon, overseas actors and actresses started looking at Bollywood as a viable prospect for pursuing their acting careers. The case of the 28 year old Claudia Ciesla, born of Polish-German parents in remote Poland is a case in point. She had started her career in show biz at the young age of 15 with modelling, winning recognition and publicity in various European countries. By 2008, with her getting a name in modelling, it inevitably propelled her into German TV and internet based serials. Her Indian journey began in a mixed manner with appearances as a brand ambassador of an Indian University and also appearing in an Indian Bengali film “10-10” featuring the noted Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee Bio coming soon... >> Read More... Soumitra Chatterjee and in this film she plays her own European self being portrayed as a German journalist. The main incident which, however, brought her into the limelight was her appearance in the TV reality show “ Bigg Boss Bigg Boss Tamil is the Tamil language version of t >> Read More... Bigg Boss ” in 2009 and her subsequent appearance in another reality show “Zor Ka Jhatka” hosted by Shah Rukh Khan Shah Rukh Khan or also known as SRK is a prominent >> Read More... Shah Rukh Khan . Although this did not give her any identity as an actress, it did give her some amount of celebrity status, making it easier for her to enter the world of Hindi films. For her glamour and looks she seemed ideally fitted for an item number for Akshay Kumar’s “ Khiladi 786 Click to look into! >> Read More... Khiladi 786 ” very well and this really launched her as an oomph girl in Bollywood. The Balma song of that movie, as it has been popularly referred to, has made her an instant hit with many other producers willing to take her on for their items numbers. In fact, she has already bagged another item number role for herself in the movie “Desi Katte”’ with a song with a Bihari tinge, entitled Patnewali hoon. Her name having spread, she has also now received similar roles in Punjabi and Malayalam films also, and is eyeing the industry in the South for a larger number of roles. Claudia’s future growth in her career in India may generate similar inflow of overseas talent in the Indian film industry, and such future trends may not be just limited to item number roles.