Sangeetha Balan

Other names of Sangeetha Balan: Sangeeta Balan, Sangeetha Balan

Sangeetha Balan is an Indian television and film actress, who predominantly works in the Tamil industry. She was born in Chennai and studied at J.R.K. Matriculation Higher Secondary School.

She debuted as an actress in the 1996 Tamil horror film, Karuppu Roja. In 2009, she played as Kamini, a female gangster on Sun TV’s drama series, Chellamey. Sangeetha also made an appearance on Vijay TV’s family soap opera, Aval. She is known for her performance as Sundari Kaaliappan on Sun TV’s, Vani Rani. She made supporting role in the TV serial Annakodiyum Aindhu Pengalum.

In 2016, Sangeetha appeared on Raj TV’s Tamil comedy show, Sabitha Allies Sabapathi. In the same year, she bagged a role in the action-romantic comedy film, Tamilselvanum Thaniyar Anjalum, which was helmed by Premsai. Sangeetha starred as a politician in P Ravi Kumar’s Tamil film, Unmai.

Salina Prakash Hindi Actress

Salina Prakash

The daily soap ‘Ek Ghar Banaunga” is a show with a magnificent and a very impressive star cast. But who can ignore the slim Salina Prakash who played the role of Kanu? But is it enough to describe Salina? Are you sure? A matured, smart, intelligent and sparkling diva of the Television Industry, is worth to look out for. Although, not much is known about her, neither her hometown, nor her date of birth, but she completed her graduation in Kathak, from Chandigarh. She has a good interest in music, dance and has overtime proven to be a very sincere and hard working lady in the industry. As much as she loves putting all her talent in her work, she equally loves and is attached to her family. She has worked in many T.V serials like Mahadev, Shakuntala and Mission Fateh. Presently, her lead negative role in Ek Ghar Banuanga, has got her a lot of attention, not only from her fans, but director’s as well. In a conversation with The Times of India, she did not shy away from pointing out that her role requires her to shout in her scenes, whereas she as a person is a peaceful one, who loves to be on her own. Currently, working on a show called “Sarojini” which airs on Zee Telenetwork, which again is popular amongst its audience. Having done, varied type of roles, from the role of a mother in Shakuntala to a not-in-a-happy-married life woman in Sarojini and lastly, a negative role in Ek Ghar Banuanga, she agrees that since acting is her profession, she is bound to produce what her role demands. In Shakuntala, she played the mother of Dushyant, who was in real life as old as her, was a challenge. As for her, acting should really make the character come alive. She believes that the audience should look up to the character and think it to be in the same time frame, as portrayed.

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Sania Saeed

For the Karachi born Pakistani TV actress Sania Saeed, it was but natural that she would enter into enacting dramas, sooner or later. Coming from parents who were highly educated and soaked into drama, she picked up her threads early, while at the same time pursuing her studies. She made her first break into television in 1989 when she was 17, through a street theatre play called “Aurat”. In fact, Sania’s skills in drama were honed and polished by her participation in her father’s troupe, called Dastak.Dastak was formed in the backdrop of the struggle for democracy in Pakistan in 1982, and it staged street theatre with the help of a closely knit group of volunteer human rights activists. It continued the struggle till 1988 helping to bring to an end Pakistan’s longest running autocratic rule.  It was here that Sania learnt her first lessons in theatre by playing child characters in some of the Urdu versions of world famous plays, including those of Chekov and others.However, it was actually about 4 years later that she shot into real prominence through her roles in the serial “Aahat” in 1991, followed the very next year by “Sitara Aur Mehrunissa” . After these two landmark serials there was no looking back for her. She has a fair mix of TV dramas (about 30) and TV serials (about 16), but her association with TV does not end there, she took part in Talk Shows also, being eminently qualified for the same. She had never ignored her education and completed her course in Clinical psychology after her early education. Her association with Dastak also extended even further, when she got her husband, writer director, Shahid Shafaat too, involved in the Dastak movement. Together they formed what was later christened as Katha, a grouping of working children from their hometown, trained into performing street plays. All in all, Sania Saeed is not just a TV personality, but a veritable movement, who with her father Mansoor Saeed and husband Shahid, has brought street theatre in Pakistan to a new level.

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Sania Saeed Hindi Actress