Bharati Achrekar is not only a well-known name in the Indian TV industry but also of the film industry. She belongs to a very famous family. She is the daughter of Shri Amar Varma who was a very popular Hindi and Urdu writer and poet and Padmashree Smt. Varma who was the famous leader of Indian most popular classic Kirana Gharana.

She was born in the city of Mumbai and she started her education Hujurpaga School Pune. As she was blessed with the soulful voice that is the reason she won a lot of awards in school as well as in intercollegiate competitions.

Anokhi Shrivastav Hindi Actress

Anokhi Shrivastav

‘Anokhi Srivastav’, is an Indian actress who has acted in a number of TV Shows and Hindi films. She was seen in Star Plus, ‘Kahin Toh Hoga’. She has done a show on ‘Sahara One’ called ‘Main Aisi Kyun Hoon’. She has acted in the popular show ‘Chandrakanta’. She also acted in the Indian sitcom, ‘Instant Khichdi’ as ‘Parminder Himanshu Seth’ which was aired on Star One. She essays the role of ‘Bindiya’, a typical village girl in Zee's ‘Banoo Main Teri Dulhann’ (English: Let me be your bride). Elaborating further on her role she says, “I’m a childhood friend of Amar (Sharad) in the show and we share a great relationship. The friendship slowly turns into liking but I never let Amar know. We always fool around but somehow Amar does not like me much.” “She is very pampered by everyone in the family. Bindiya always gets whatever she wanted. Now she has also revealed to her parents about what she feels for Amar. He is still not aware about her love so she continues to remain his friend,” she adds. About her role, she says that she was told that Bindiya is an important character that she likes her character. One look at Anokhi Srivastav is enough to convince your heart that this is my-girl-next-door, one who'll be liked by your parents too. But the irony is that looks can be deceiving and it certainly holds true for her. Anokhi means different and this pretty damsel is indeed unlike her name. In fact, she admits to being a tomboy. Her character in, ‘Main Aisi Kyunn Hoon’ is one of the traditional bahu. So, how does this tomboy fit into the shoes of a typical bahu? She says, since she is very much a tomboy, playing a traditional bahu is indeed a difficult task for her. She says that her Creative Director, Mukti is always behind her back and keeps telling her – “Anokhi, sit straight, watch your back, you can't walk so fast in a saree, you need to be very soft in your speech." A confident Anokhi says that she is slowly getting used to wearing sarees. She acted in the Hindi film ‘Hota Hai Dil Pyaar Mein Paagal’ (2006).


Akanksha Awasthi

Akanksha Awasthi is a popular Hindi TV actress and a model. She is a girl from Lucknow who is always a bubbly type, teasing others and very friendly in nature with her co-artists. She is married to Abhishek Singh Chauhan. She’d love to learn new things related to showbiz, a travel freak and loves to eat food. Akanksha is a person who is active on social media, especially on Twitter. She usually updates her photos with family and on the sets too. Her tweets on her Twitter account are mostly very touching, and she hopes that nothing would go wrong in her life. She was also very open on showing how much she loves her mother. She was often chosen to do mature roles by most producers. But she was never intimidated by this. She was part of the Colors TV’s soap, 'Uttaran' where she plays the role of Rohini Pushkar. It was the biggest break on being an actress where she gave her best to prove herself. Later, she became popular on doing serials on Bollywood. She has given her best on doing comedic roles, on being antagonist and heavy drama. Akanksha has so much interest in playing the roles that doesn’t suit her real age. She is a fast learner and can adapt with whatever role she’s into. She is also a hard working person and most of the producers have known her for her behavior and kind attitude especially with the elderly people. Akanksha was never bothered on her shape, though she used to work out and defy hunger, producers are happy to cast her because of her versatility as an actress. She was seen in shows like Ghar Ki Lakshmi Betiyan, Beendh Banunga, Raja Ki Ayegi Barat, Kaun Apna Kaun Paraya, Ghodi Chadhunga and more. Another version of the story... Akanksha Awasthi was born and brought up in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. She completed her schooling from Dayanand Girls Inter College, Lucknow by 2004. Later she attended Lucknow University, Gorakhpur for her graduation (class of 2007).  She started her career with an important role in ‘Ghar Ki Lakshmi Betiyan’ which was telecasted on Zee TV from Sep 2006 to Aug 2009. In 2008, she appeared in a television series named ‘Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat’ which was aired between Jan 2008 and Oct 2010 on Star Plus. During the same time, she also got the role of ‘Shubangi’ in another series ‘Waqt Batayega Kaun Apna Kaun Paraya’ which was broadcasted on Sony TV during 2008. She had also appeared for a brief role in a TV serial ‘Kismat ka Khel’, which was aired on 9 X during 2008.  It was the role of ‘Rohini Pushkar’ in a soap opera titled, ‘Uttaran’, which got her all fame and name. She has been playing the role of ‘Rohini’ since Feb 2009, though this serial has been running since Dec 2008 on Colors TV.  Akanksha has played various roles in very contrasting genres like comedy and negative roles, by now. In Uttaran, specifically, she has perfectly handled the character ‘Rohini’ by displaying a variety of emotions. In one of her interview, she acknowledged, “I love the character graph of my character Rohini, where I move back and forth between being a simple woman who loves to eat and blindly follows her husband. I really love her innocence that pins her husband in a quandary at all times.” When the story of ‘Uttaran’ travelled to a time 18 years ahead, Akanksha is still at ease with her role, which has become more entertaining now.  This Cancerian bubbly girl (Birthday comes on July 17) is believed to have also been working hard to be into her dream shape. In fact, her weight concerns has not affected her career graph, but brought her some mature and substantial roles to her kitty. When she was asked about this at an award function, she confessed, “I am glad that the producers cast me for my versatility and give me meaty roles. I have been working really hard and hope to get better roles”.

Akanksha Awasthi Hindi Actress