Saturday Superstar: There was a time when Surveen Chawla was making people crazy, where was the Punjabi kudi suddenly lost!

Saturday Superstar: There was a time when Surveen Chawla was making people crazy, where was the Punjabi kudi suddenly lost!
Bollywood industry is full of good and best actors. Here everyone is trying hard to make their mark and every day just trying to get something better one day. We in the Saturday Superstar series of Navbharat Times bring to you the story of such actors who did a good job in the industry but could not make a mark for themselves. One of them is actress Surveen Chawla. Surveen not only worked hard not only in Bollywood but also in Punjabi industry. Her journey was very beautiful but where did she suddenly get lost?

About Surveen Chawla
Surveen Chawla is an Indian film actress and dancer, who has worked especially in Hindi, Punjabi and Tamil films. She was born on Wednesday, 1 August 1984 in Chandigarh. He did his schooling in a school in Chandigarh. Later, she completed her graduation from Chandigarh Women’s College. Surveen Chawla married actor Ashke Thakkar in 2015. They were married in Italy. He also has a daughter. In 2003, he entered the Hindi television industry and started his acting career. Surveen also acted in many films. She was also a part of the Hindi web series.

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File photo of Surveen Chawla

Journey from television to movies
Surveen Chawla made her television debut playing the role of Charu in the serial ‘Kahin To Hoga’. She also appeared in the 2008 reality dance show ‘Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena’, where she played the role of cricketer S. Teamed up with Sreesanth. Prior to this, she had appeared in the television serial ‘Kasauti Zindagi Ki’ in 2004. From 2006 to 2007, she played the role of Kajal in that TV serial. He hosted the television show ‘Comedy Circus Ke Superstar’. Then he made his film debut with the Kannada film ‘Paramesha Paanwala’. In 2011, she appeared in the Punjabi film ‘Dharti’ which was released in April 2011. She then appeared in Punjabi films ‘Taur Mitran Di’, ‘Sadi Love Story’, ‘Singh Vs Kaur’, ‘Lucky Di Unlucky Story’ and ‘Disco Singh (2014)’. She did her first item number ‘Dhoka Dhoka’ in Sajid Khan’s ‘Himmatwala’. In 2013, she appeared in the Tamil film ‘Moondru Prati Moondru Kadhal’ and also appeared in ‘Puthiya Thiruppangal’. She then appeared in Anurag Kashyap’s thriller ‘Ugly’.

Surveen Chawla

Surveen Chawla with her daughter

Luck shines from 2014 to 2016
In October 2014, Surveen appeared in the hit Punjabi song ‘Mitran De Boot’ with Jazzy B. In 2014, she also featured in Vishal Pandya’s Hate Story 2, where she created a buzz as Sonika Prasad. The film was a box office success and became one of Surveen’s best films. Then she appeared in the song ‘Sawan Aaya Hai’ with Rajneesh Duggal in the film ‘Creature 3D’. She also appeared in the song ‘Tuti Bole Wedding Di’ in the Hindi film ‘Welcome Back’. She participated in ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ in 2016, but later dropped out in a double elimination with Arjun Bijlani.

Surveen Chawla

File photo of Surveen Chawla

Surveen got only three awards
In recognition of her talent as an actress, Surveen Chawla has won three awards. He won his first award in 2011 for the film ‘Dharti’. It was the PTC Punjabi Film Award for Best Debut Female. She then won the PTC Punjabi Film Award for Best Actress in 2015 for her performance in ‘Disco Singh’. Her most recent award was the 2016 Best Actress Award for her performance in ‘Parched’. He also received the Star Screen Award for the same film.

Surveen Chawla

Surveen Chawla net worth
Surveen Chawla’s name definitely comes in rich actresses. ‘Highlights India’ says that he now has a net worth of $3 million. He has earned this money from his work in film and television. However, she has also earned some of her money from modeling and her own clothing brand. Surveen earns a lot from her business and at present she took a break from films too but soon she will be seen in a South film.

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