Ansha Sayed is an Indian TV actress who was born on July 16, 1988 in Mumbai. She graduated B.com and was captivated in Mass Media and Accounts. However, she landed into being an actress.

Ansha Sayed loves wearing saree.  She is also inclined to Indian culture. She is adventurous, loves to spend time in the gym and a quality time with her family.  She captured the hearts of fans with her captivating performances and stunts in the crime detective TV series, C.I.D. as Inspector Purvi. She is very enthusiastic and she loves driving cars. She also loves to read novels and admitted that she is a very spiritual person.

Ansha was a part of 2009’s Indian TV series, Laagi Tujhse Lagan as Leelavati in 2009 to 2011. On 2010 to 2011, she played the character of Sonakshi in DD National’s Aye Dil-E-Nadaan and as Rinni Sharma and Jenny on STAR One’s soap opera, Rang Badalti Odhani.

Her Inspiration is the women or people who have done something excellent and have done works beyond the expectations of other people.

Upasana Singh

Upasana Singh was born on June 29, 1975 and was married to actor Neeraj Bharadwaj in 2009, while they were doing the Aye Dil-e-Nadaan serial. Upasana comes from a middle-class family. She studied in a government school in Punjab, India and graduated in the Punjab Technical University. She is a good actress and a stand-up comedian. Upasana’s debut film was the Rajasthani language film’, Bai Chali Sasariye. After that, she started acting in various regional films and was recognized in the Punjabi, Gujarati and in Hindi film industry. Upasana was also seen doing various supporting roles in films like, Jawani Zindabad, Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon, Old is Good, Hungama, Loafer, My Friend Ganesha and more. Upasana was also popular in doing comic roles for TV and movies and performed in well-known series like Ye Meri Life Hai, Pari Hoon Main, Ishq Da Kalma, Sonpari and Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat. She became popular on her performance as a deaf and dumb in Judaai; a 1997 Indian Bollywood film. She got her massive break in 1999 for doing the blockbuster film, Sarfarosh. Followers appreciated her performance in the 'God Tussi Great Ho' movie and the 'Golmaal Returns'. At present, she is part of the TV series, Comedy Nights with Kapil, playing the role as the paternal aunt. She was called Pinky/Bua in the show and her dialogue, “Bittu, Kaun hai ye aadmi?” received so much popularity among audience as well as her character in this show. She has a remarkable sense of humor and her talking style is amazing. She received an award for her character in Bani – Ishq Da Kalma in Golden Petal Awards.

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Upasana Singh Hindi Actress