Jaspinder is a girl from a small town Batala in Punjab. She was born on 12th August 1989. Hailing from a small town and a family which has no background of media it was quite difficult for her to gain fame but talent shows you the way ultimately. 
 

Jaspinder won the title of Miss PTC Punjabi in 2008 and realized that destiny has different plans for her. She did her Masters in Theater from Chandigarh with a dream to become an actress. It was during her college play Ishq Hai that Amrinder Gill, an actor, and Manmohan Singh, a director, spotted her and realised her potential to go far in her career.
She was then offered a movie that she is best known for - Ik Kudi Punjab Di where she played opposite Amrinder Gill.

Jaspinder continued her career in Punjabi Cinema with flicks like Don’t Worry Yar directed by Preet Harpal and Hundi Veera Naal Sardari directed by Harinder Gill. She idolizes Kiran Bedi and had a dream to become an IPS officer. Jaspinder is passionate and is sure to go far in her career.

Jasmin Bhasin Hindi Actress

Jasmin Bhasin

Jasmin Bhasin initially started her career as a Model and later became an Actress. Born on June 28, 1990, this attractive actress hails from New Delhi. Later, she moved to Mumbai. Her debut venture in films is the 2011 flick Vaanam. She shared screen space with Silambarasan in this film. A couple of her flicks in Telugu and Kannada include Veta and Karodpathi respectively. Her performance in Veta garnered negative criticism.  Though Jasmin was rejected initially for her role in Vaanam by director Krish, she was later asked to do the role. She worked for over 15 days in the film and dubbed for her own voice. She revealed that the dialogues were strong and she had to emote to a great degree.  Before venturing into movies, Jasmin worked in various commercials. Colgate toothpaste and Pepsi are some of the advertisements done by her. She became a known name through her Colgate advertisement. Jasmin has a charming smile, which allures her to the audience. She is associated with several agencies and also works for various fashion photographers. Ladies and Gentlemen, Anucharadu are a couple of other films that she worked in. In Ladies and Gentlemen she donned the role of a struggling model. Another Version of this story... Jasmin Bhasin, a Professional Model and now an Actress was born on 28 June 1990, in New Dehli, India. The 5 feet 6 inches tall model moved to Mumbai to give a trail to her career. She debuted by doing an advertisement and later was called for an audition by director ‘Krish’ to play the role of a rock star. Initially, the director did not cast her in his film as he feltJasmin was way too innocent to be a rock star she then got replaced by the actress Vega Tamotia. But finally the director turned to her to play the role. She worked for 15 days and even dubbed her voice, soon after she realized that the dialogues were intense and due to lack of the language knowledge she signed out. She finally did two movies subsequently in Kannada film industry and Telugu film industry in 2014 with ‘Karodpathi’ and ‘Veta’ respectively. Miserably, she did not receive optimistic reviews for her work. She’s currently working in a T.V. serial ‘Tashan-e-Ishq’ on ZEE T.V. as the female protagonist.  Bhasin had a younger sibling who was giving to an Islamic family when she was in her early teens. She’s currently living with her second parents in UAE leading a core standard life. Another Version of this story... Jasmin Bhasin is a renowned Indian model-turned-actress. She was born on June 28, 1990, in New Delhi, India. She was brought up in Kota, Rajasthan and belongs to an educated and conservative family. She graduated hospitality in Jaipur and had a degree in MBA. Jasmin used to work in the marketing team of the American Express until she decided to take a plunge and later became a professional model before she shifted to Mumbai and became an actress. She did an ad for Colgate, which made her popular and become a familiar face in many Indian households. Jasmin also modeled for Chennai Diamonds, Pepsi, White-X Detergent and many more. She donned print shoots for Nokia, Sleep Well Mattresses, Hindustan Petroleum, Herbal Life and more. She was recently seen in a commercial for Himalaya Neem Face Wash. She debuted in the Tamil film, Vaanam in 2011. Director Krish initially called her to do the role of a rock star after he saw her in an advertisement. However, he found her too naïve and innocent and ruled her out as she doesn’t fit for the role, so Vega Tamotia replaced her. Few months later, she was called for the second time and was signed for the role. Jasmin shot for 15-days and has dubbed in Tamil although she is not fluent in the language. She played the lead female role in the film, opposite Silambarasan. In 2014, Jasmin made her debut in Kannada through P.C.R. Ramesh’s Karodpathi alongside Komal Kumar, Meera Nandan, Guru prasad, Muni, Biradar and Yathiraj in the lead roles. In the same year, she was seen in the Malayalam film, Beware of Dogs and the Telugu film, Dillunnodu, but her debut in Telugu was in Ashok Alle’s action film, Veta in 2014. Jasmin received poor reviews for her performance in the film. In 2015, she played the role of a struggling model in Chaitanya Krishna’s movie, Ladies and Gentlemen. Currently, Jasmin is seenin the drama series, Tashan-e-Ishq, opposite Zain Imam. The series was aired on Zee TV channel and produced under the banner of Essel Vision Productions. She plays the role of Twinkle Kunj Sarna, the female protagonist of the show, who is very bubbly and fun-loving Punjabi girl. Eva Grover and Vaishnavi MacDonald play as Zain and Jasmin’s mothers, who have a long-lasting feud. Bhupinder Singh is also part of the show as Zain’s father. Tashan-e-Ishq marks her debut in the television industry. Another Version Of The Bio... Jasmine Bhasin aka Twinkle from the romantic drama serial Tashn-e-Ishq is an Indian model and actress. Born on 28 June 1990 Jasmine did her graduation in hospitality from her hometown Delhi and also worked in Taj Palace in the same city. Jasmine started getting many modeling offers during the initial days of her career and was first approached by the director Krish for the audition of a character which portrays the role of a rockstar but she got replaced by Vega Tamotia. This replacement did not pull her back from living her dream of becoming an actress and she made her debut from the movie “Vannam” which was in the Tamil language in the year of 2011. In this, movie the role she played was of a young and innocent college girl and the love interest of the lead. The actress then did many other films in the same language. In the year of 2014 Jasmine made her appearance in the Kannada film industry with her movie “Karodpathi”. In the same year, Jasmine’s other movies like Dillunnodu and Veta which was in Telegu language hit the screen and bring a ton of appreciation to the actress. Jasmine always wished to be an actress and her parents supported her in all possible ways. The year of 2015 brings a lot of fame to the actress with her daily drama TV serial Tashan-e-Ishq ,where she was playing the role of a Punjabi girl “Twinkle” who is bold and can do anything for her mother. She even bagged the award for ‘Zee Gold Awards’ for the best gold debut female and was nominated for many other categories. Her character as Twinkle made spaces in million of hearts and serial became a very popular among television show. The actress was seen again in the Tamil film “Ladies and Gentlemen” in 2015 playing the character of a struggling actor and model. Jasmine is again winning the heart of her audiences with her current television series “Dil se Dil Tak” which is telecasting on the colors channel. The character of the Jasmine “Teni” in the series is a girl from the Gujarat who is very ambitious. The show is also starring Rashmi Desai and Siddharth Shukla. The beautiful actress is not only establishing herself in the south film industry and on the silver screen of television but she is expecting her debut in the bollywood industry.

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Devika Rani Roerich

In the annals of history of the Indian movie industry, the name of Devika Rani would be truly written as that of a legend – not just for the fact she held several “firsts” in the industry but also because of the variety that one comes across reading her life history. Although the twists and turns in her life have nothing to do directly with any cinematic abilities of hers, but it definitely reads like one of the best written story lines in any movie masterpiece! Be that as it may, coming back to context of her film career, she was no ordinary entrant to films – she entered acting via the convoluted route of film production including its technical fine points and all the other background nuances, thanks to her first husband and long time associate in films, Himanshu Rai. She belonged to a widely respected and established Bengali family, and her lineage extended up to Nobel Laureate Rabindra Nath Tagore. Although she did receive formal training in dramatics while in England, her educational leanings did not betray any affinity towards a career in the performing arts, having concluded courses in architecture and textile engineering. Her life took a dramatic turn towards films with her association with London based film producer Himanshu Rai in 1928. He literally propelled her into films, and even married her the next year while they were still working on film productions in Europe. Her inevitable entry into film acting happened in 1933 through “Karma”, which although a subsequent failure in its Indian version, drew attention for her acting abilities. Returning to India, the next year, things moved rapidly for the husband wife pair, with their establishment of the famous production house Bombay Talkies. In the two decades spanning the 1930s and 40s she was propelled into the center stage of Indian films, and this marked her out for posterity as the “first lady” of Indian movies. Her successful career was typified by her association with Ashok Kumar in as many as 10 films, in most of which they played roles of lovers from contrasting socio-economic backgrounds. Most of her films were women centric ones, some of which also dealt with social issues of the period. The more notable films were “Jeevan Naiya”, in 1936, which also signaled the beginning of Ashok Kumar's long career; followed by the tragedy film “Achhut Kanya” in 1936 and “Jeevan Prabhat” the next year, once again based on a socially irreconcilable love story. Her last film “Durga” in 1939 was once again with Ashok Kumar, where she portrayed the role of an orphan. Following on the vicissitudes of her eventful life, she totally quit films following Himanshu Rai’s death in 1940, and started a totally new chapter for her remaining life. She settled down with her new husband, Svetoslav Roerich, a well known Russian painter of that time, and virtually led the life of a recluse, on which the curtains were brought down with her death in March 1994.

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Devika Rani Roerich Hindi Actress