Ayesha Jhulka

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Ayesha Jhulka
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Ayesha Jhulka at her Spa salon nails 'Anantaa' in 2010
Born Ayesha Julka
(1972-07-28) 28 July 1972 (age 41)
Srinagar, Kashmir, India
Occupation Film actress, Entrepreneur
Years active 1983–2010
Spouse(s) Sameer Vashi[1]

Ayesha Jhulka (born 28 July 1972 in Srinagar,[2] India) is an Indian film actress. She has worked with a lot of popular and successful actors, such as Mithun Chakraborty, Govinda, Aamir Khan, Salman Khan and Akshay Kumar.[3]

Career[edit]

Ayesha Jhulka at the Opening of Ayesha Jhulka's Spa 'Nest'

Jhulka made her Hindi film acting debut in 1983.[citation needed] Her first major role was in 1990 in the film Meet Mere Mann Ke, and her next release was a Telugu film, Neti Siddhartha, opposite Nagarjuna Akkineni.[citation needed]

In 1991, she starred in Kurbaan with Salman Khan. Her 1993 films Dalaal and Rang were also successful.

Her other film with Mithun, called Suraj was successful.[citation needed] Her next film was Kohram.[citation needed]

In 1993, she was part of Waqt Hamara Hai and Meherbaan.[citation needed] She was praised for films Balma and Sangram, in which she played major roles along with Ajay Devgan and Karishma Kapoor.[citation needed] In 1992, her major success came through Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander with Aamir Khan and Khiladi with Akshay Kumar.[citation needed] She also acted alongside Divya Bharti with whom Jhulka was well acquainted, in the hit film Rang which happened to release after Divya Bharti's sudden demise.

In 1994, Jai Kishan did quite well, but others were flops.[citation needed] She performed a cameo in Akele Hum Akele Tum, which was her only film in 1995. Besides that, promos of her film Kisi Se Dil Laga Ke Dekho with Shahrukh Khan and Madhoo were on air in the same year. But that film never appeared.[citation needed]

After the success of Masoom, she appeared in Vishwavidhata, Ghoonghat and Hote Hote Pyar Ho Gaya with Jackie Shroff and Kajol.[citation needed]

She appeared in Punjabi films including Khalsa Mero Roop Hai Khas, which did well abroad. She also had roles in Samvedna, Amma, and Janani.[citation needed]

She performed a cameo in Kamal Hasan's Chachi 420, which received positive reviews.[citation needed] She played supporting roles in Run (2004), Socha Na Tha (2005) and Umrao Jaan (2006).[citation needed]

In recent years she has appeared in and produced plays, including Purush and Prakriti.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

She is the daughter of Wing Commander Inder Kumar Jhulka, an Indian Air Force Officer. She is married to Sameer Vashi.[1]

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Other notes
1983 Kaise Kaise Log Pooja
1990 Meet Mere Mann Ke
Neti Siddhartha Telugu film, starring Nagarjuna Akkineni
1991 Kurbaan Chandra Singh
Haye Meri Jaan Neelam
1992 Mashooq Nisha Rai
Khiladi Neelam Choudhury
Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar Anjali
Anaam Meghna
Kohra Nisha
1993 Kaise Kaise Rishte
Balmaa
Sangram Pallavi(saathi)
Dalaal Roopali
Rang Pooja
Waqt Hamara Hai Ayesha
Dil Ki Baazi Arti
Aulad ke Dushman Shalu Kumar
1994 Brahma
Ekka Raja Rani
Jai Kishen Anita
Maha shaktishali
1995 Akele Hum Akele Tum Friendly Appearance
Aashique Mastaane Malti
1996 Masoom Chanda
Muqaddar
1997 Chachi 420 Ratna Special Appearance
Vishwavidhata Radha Khanna
Judge Mujrim Dancer/Singer Special Appearance
Suraj
Ghoonghat
1998 Dand Nayak Naina
Barood Dancer
1999 Purush

kahani kismat ki

Phool Aur Aaj Special Appearance in song "Main Gaaon Dil Gaaye"
Hote Hote Pyar Ho Gaya Shobha
Kohram: The Explosion Sweety
2000 Khalsa Mero Roop Hai Khaas Channi
Shikaar Anju Gupta
2001 Hadh
Censor Shakeela
2002 Amma Roopa
2003 Aanch Devangi M. Thakur
2004 Run Shivani
Jai Jai's Mother Telugu film
2005 Socha Na Tha Viren's bhabhi
Double Cross: Ek Dhoka Sonia
2006 Jackpot
Umrao Jaan Khurshid
Janani
2009 Keshyog
2010 ADA...A Way of Life

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Retiring at the peak of my career was a right choice: Ayesha Jhulka". Hindustan Times. 10 December 2012. Retrieved 2013-04-11. 
  2. ^ Ayesha Julka Biography and Profile. chakpak.com
  3. ^ Bharati Dubey (18 February 2006). "Catfight! - The Times of India". Timesofindia.indiatimes.com. Retrieved 2013-04-11. 

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