Kiran Bhargava is a prominent Indian television actress. She joined the television industry from a long time and so far, she was seen in many avatars. Her first television show was the Indian soap, Main Teri Parchhain Hoon on NDTV Imagine, under the production of Rajshri Productions. She played as Lalita Devi Hairman Tyagi, the second wife of Hariman (played by Pramathesh Mehta) and the mother of Dheeraj (played by Abir Goswami). She also bagged the role of Kokila Mashi, the maid of the Shah family who is like a family to them in the Hindi serial, Sujata – Ek Stree Ka Samarpan on Sony TV. She also appeared as Tillouri, Siddheshwar’s (played by Bharat Kapoor) sister and Rekha’s (played by Pujha Verma) mother in the drama series, Sabki Jodi Wohi Banaata Bhagyavidhaata. She acted amazingly in this serial and inspired other characters to make the series more attractive and watchable.

Then Kiran made an appearance as Shobha Devi in the drama-comedy series, Saas Bina Sasural. Later, she was starred in the TV series, Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Hi Kijo on Zee TV. She is the sister of Loha Singh (played by Sudesh Berry). Kiran played the role of Sulochana Dubey, Ishwar’s grandmother in the Indian series, Rishton Ke Bhanwar Mein Uljhi Niyati on Sahara One and as Malti Agarwal in Star Plus’ soap, Diya Aur Baati Hum along with Deepika Singh and Anas Rashid. She was Jhanvi’s Dadi in the serial, Dil Se Di dua… Saubhagyavati Bhava on Life OK.

Recently, she made her entry in the TV serial, Rangrasiya on Colors TV. She played as a social worker who will check on Rudra (played by Ashish Sharma) and Paro (played by Sanaya Irani). Sony TV recently launches its newest fiction show, Itti See Khrushi and Kiran will also be part of it. This is a story about the girl Neha Saxena. She had an accident when she was 14 years old and been in a coma for 12 long years. The show is under the production of Director’s Kut Productions.

Kiran in real life is a very patient person, loving and overly protective. She is following the philosophy of live and let live. She prayed to God that He will continue to pour her so much energy to be able to work more. She said she enjoyed working and live life to the fullest. Star Plus, Sony TV, and Zee TV channels aired Kiran's various shows and hopefully she'll come out soon with a new avatar in her upcoming TV series.

Anita Kanwar Hindi Actress

Anita Kanwar

Anita Kanwar is an Indian film and television actress who earned her popularity after she successfully portrayed the role of Lajoji, the wife of Master Haveliram (played by Alok Nath) in the television series, Buniyaad which was aired on DD National in year 1986.Anita usually acted in school and she was in college when she saw an adaptation of Ibrahim Alkazi’s Look Back in Anger. It was then when she realized what she wanted to be, an actress. She attended and graduated from the National School of Drama and trained under the popular, Mr. Ibrahim Alkazi himself in 1978. She never thought of doing any television shows or act in the big screen since all she wanted to do was to act in theater. Until she realized that she also need to survive life and theater won’t provide her needs. She moved to Mumbai but initially, she struggled so much and had no work for quite too long, until she was cast in Buniyaad. But after this, there was no work for her again and she was typecast for her character in Buniyaad. That’s when she decided to leave Mumbai and lived in Delhi.She also acted in 1985 Hindi autobiographical film, Janam by Mahesh Bhatt. She played as Rekha in Mira Nair’s ‘Salaam Bombay!’ and bagged the role of Rekha in 1988, where she earned nomination at for Best Supporting Actress at the Filmfare Award. Later, she has done a tomboy character in the Hindi film, Thodasa Roomani Ho Jaayen. Prior to this, the actress started acting in the 1982 Hindi film, Aadharshila, followed with a list of film to her credit including the film, Spandan in 1982, Mandi in 1983, Trikaal in 1985 where she acted as Sylvia, the hysterical mother of Anna (played by Sushma Prakash), Mati Manas, Sheela and Amrit in 1986 and Shyam Benegal’s Susman in 1987. She was also seen in the 1987 film, Dacait. In 1988, she was starred as Phoolkumari in the Indian Postmodernist film, Om-Dar-Ba-Dar and later bagged a role in Tumare Share before she donned the film, ‘Salaam Bombay!’ She was also seen in the 1989 art film, Ek Din Achanak which stars Shreeram Lagoo and Shabana Azmi. She also did the films, Bandook Dahej Ke Seeney Par  in 1989, A Woman in 1990 and she was featured in Amol Palekar’s Thodasa Roomani Ho Jaayen in the same year.After Buniyaad, Anita also acted in the television serial, Pukar. It was her last performance in the screen before she took a six-year hiatus from the industry. When she returned, she was starred on another crime-based serial entitled, Saboot where she bagged the role of Inspector KC, a CBI Officer. Later, she acted in the television serial, Shanti as Indu Singh.