Kiran Juneja

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Kiran Juneja
Kiran Juneja at Engagement ceremony of Arjun Hitkari with Gayatri(1) (cropped).jpg
Born Delhi
Other names Kiran Juneja
Kiran Joneja
Kiran Juneja Sippy
Occupation Actress
Years active 1987–present
Spouse(s) Ramesh Sippy

Kiran Juneja (or Joneja) is a veteran Indian actress. She works in Hindi Cinema also called bollywood. She is second wife of famous filmmaker Ramesh Sippy. She hails from Punjabi Bagh area of New Delhi, India and her father was a doctor.[1]

TV career[edit]

She started with modeling assignments for Weston TV in early 70's. Later she was seen in the 1987 path breaking TV series Buniyaad where she portrayed the character of Veerawali. She has also acted in popular Zee TV's show Sindoor.

People also know her for her character Ganga played in biggest hit and popular Mahabharat. She paired with Shekhar Suman in soap opera Wah Janab on Doordarshan. She was also one of the leads in Tere Ghar Ke Saamne with Raju Kher (1998).

Film career[edit]

Her first Bollywood film was the 1987 Mulzim, where she played Jeetendra's sister.

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Old flame". The Hindu (Chennai, India). May 10, 2004. [dead link]

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