Swati Anand can adjust herself to any character she is given to play. In some TV arrangement she assumed a negative role, in some she was among the loving and caring ones, while in some she assumed part of a comic. According to her, she never wanted to label herself in the industry with only few specific roles. She always likes to challenge her acting ability and in an interview she said, “I don’t call that person an actor, if he/she can't play different types of characters.”
Swati is part of the TV Industry for a long time, for few episodes she was casted in a crime based TV serial CID, aired on Sony entertainment television. She was also being casted in other popular TV serials such as,
(January 16, 2006 – March 12, 2009),
(2009-present), and last but not the least Madhubala — Ek Ishq Ek Junoon (28 May 2012 – 9 August 2014); in Madhubala she played a comic role for the first time in her life, and it turned out to be a great pleasure for her when she saw herself blend quite well with the character.
Viewing motion pictures, voyaging, and perusing are the things she jumps at the chance to do in her extra time. Being a film aficionado, she tends to keep herself updated with all the new motion pictures discharged. She additionally likes to listen to Indian tunes. She has read many novels, as it is a hobby she got from her mother, who liked to read a lot. Seema's most loved novel is "Bazaar-e-Husn" composed by Premchand.
Swati Anand is an Indian television actress who has appeared in many shows. She appeared on CID in the year 1998. She was seen on Zee TVs Kasamh Se (2006-2009) in the role of Rashi Ranbir Bali. She acted in Zee TV’s Pavirtaa Rishta (2009-2014) as Manjusha Vinod Karanjkar. She was also seen in the show Sindoor Tere Naam Ka (2005-2007). She portrayed the role of Leelawati Sharma in Color TV’s Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon (2012-2014). Zee’s
had her cast opposite