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Avneet Kaur
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Avneet Kaur
Born (2001-10-13) 13 October 2001 (age 19)[1][2]
NationalityIndian
Occupation
  • Actress
  • dancer
Years active2010–present
Known forDance India Dance Li'l Masters
Aladdin - Naam Toh Suna Hoga
Chandra Nandini

Avneet Kaur (born 13 October 2001) is an Indian actress,[3] dancer and model.[4] She is known for portraying Princess Yasmine in Aladdin – Naam Toh Suna Hoga[5] and Charumati in Chandra Nandini.[6]

Career

Avneet Kaur began her career with Zee TV's dance show Dance India Dance Li'l Masters.[7][8] She was eliminated before the semi-finals.[9] She then participated in Dance Ke Superstars, where she joined the team of "Dance Challengers".[10]

Kaur made her acting debut in 2012 with Life OK's Meri Maa[11] where she played Jhilmil.[10] Then, she was seen in SAB TV's Tedhe Hain Par Tere Mere Hain.[11] She then participated in the Colors TV's celebrity dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa,[11] where she was a contestant with Darsheel Safary. She was eliminated in August.[8][12][13] Later, Kaur was featured in Life OK's Savitri, where she played Rajkumari Damyanti.[7] In August 2013, Kaur played Pakhi in Zee TV's Ek Mutthi Aasmaan.[14][15] She also appeared in ZeeQ's news bulletin titled The Weekly Rap.[9]

Kaur started her film career in 2014 with Pradeep Sarkar's Mardaani.[10]

In September 2014, she played Khushi in Sony Pal's Hamari Sister Didi.[16][17] In 2016, she starred in short film titled Dost - Safi Mother - Daughter released on YouTube under the banner of Jigsaw Pictures. In 2017, Kaur played Queen Charumati in Chandra Nandini. From 2018 to 2020, she played Princess Yasmine in SAB TV's Aladdin - Naam Toh Suna Hoga for 2 years and then left the show due to health issues.[18]

Personal life

Avneet Kaur and Siddharth Nigam at Bhavesh Balchandani's 18th birthday party

Kaur was born into a Punjabi family to Sonia Nandra & Amandeep Nandra[19] on 13 October 2001 in Jalandhar, Punjab, India; later shifted to Mumbai. Her family also consists her younger brother namely Jaijeet Singh.[20]

Avneet Kaur began her career from 2010 at the age of 8. The dancer turned actor has emerged as a talented actress from a child artist.[21] Kaur is a professional dancer, television & film actor, youtuber, social media influencer, writer and also has interest in singing.[22]

In 2020, Kaur cleared her 12th Maharashtra Board exams with 74%.[23][24]

As of 2021, Kaur is pursuing a degree in commerce from a private college in Kandivali, Mumbai.[25]

As of May 2021, Kaur has surpassed 20 million followers on Instagram.[26]

Media

Avneet Kaur was ranked at No.11 in the Chandigarh Times Most Desirable Women 2020.[27]

Kaur was ranked at No.13 in The Times Most Desirable Women on TV 2020, she was the youngest amongst the top 20.[28]

India Forums[29] released their Top 20 Television Celebrity Ranking 2021, Kaur was ranked at No. 4 in the female category of the list.[30]

Filmography

Television

Year Title Role Ref.
2010 Dance India Dance Li'l Masters Contestant [31]
2011 Dance Ke Superstars [32]
2012 Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 5 [33]
2011-2012 Meri Maa Jhilmil [34]
2012 Tedhe Hain Par Tere Mere Hain Herself [35]
2013 Savitri Young Damyanti [36]
Ek Mutthi Aasmaan Young Pakhi [34]
ZeeQ's Weekly Rap Herself [37]
2014-2015 Hamari Sister Didi Khushi [34]
2015 Twistwala Love Raina Mehra [38]
2016 Crime Patrol Kajal [39]
2017 Chandra Nandini Princess Charumati [40]
2018-2020 Aladdin - Naam Toh Suna Hoga Sultana Yasmine [41]
2019 Kitchen Champion Herself [42]
2020 Kuch Smiles Ho Jayein... With Alia Yasmine [43]

Films

Year Film Role Language Reference
2014 Mardaani Meera Hindi [44]
2017 Qarib Qarib Singlle as a teenage girl at the clothing store [45]
2018 Ekta as Young Ekta [46]
2019 Mardaani 2 Meera [47]

Web Series

Year Title Role Platform Notes
2018 Babbar Ka Tabbar Nikki Babbar Zee 5 [48]
Babbar Ka Tabbar 2 [49]
2020 Bandish Bandits Appearance in song

Chedkhaniyaan

Amazon Prime [50]

Music Videos

Year Title Co-star Singer Label Ref
2013 Labdiyaan Ayush Tandon Malaa Treon Times Music [51]
2019 Tarse Ye Naina Rohan Mehra Anand Bajpai Zee Music Company [52]
Yaari Nikk Nikk Bang Music [53]
Pahadan Riyaz Aly Rajat Nagpal Desi Music Factory [54]
Mere Naina Karan Singh Arora, Mohit Chikkara Karan Singh Arora Hero Music [55]
Attachment Siddharth Nigam Ravneet Singh BonBros Records [56]
Teri Naar Nikk Nikk Bang Music [57]
Main Fir Nai Auna Nick Nannu Nick Nannu Lokdhun [58]
Taanashah Jagmeet Brar Jagmeet Brar Saga Music [59]
Kaali Meri Gaddi Mr. Faisu, Ramji Gulati Ramji Gulati United White Flag [60]
2020 Daily Daily Riyaz Aly Neha Kakkar Desi Music Factory [61]
Luck Di Kasam Siddharth Nigam Ramji Gulati, Mack T-Series [62]
Saara Din Karan Singh Arora Karan Singh Arora, Avneet Kaur T-Series [63]
Chocolate Tony Kakkar, Riyaz Aly Tony Kakkar Desi Music Factory [64]
Badaami Rang Nikk Nikk Bang Music [64]
Ex Calling Rohanpreet Singh, Adil Khan Neha Kakkar, Rohanpreet Singh Desi Music Factory [65]
2021 Faraar Akull Akull VYRL Originals [66]
Tera Hoon Na Arradhya Maan Nikhil D’Souza T-Series [67]
Tenu Ni Pata Guri Guri Geet MP3 [68]
Kinne Saalan Baad Rohan Mehra Goldie Sohel Desi Music Factory [69]
Dekhe Saare Khwaab Siddharth Gupta Ishaan Khan BLive Music [70]

Awards & Nominations

Year Award Category Result Ref
2013 Zee Rishtey Awards Favourite Beti Nominated [71]
Favourite Behen Nominated
2017 Perfect Achievers Awards Best Child Actress Won [72]
2018 Bharat Icon Awards Best Child Actress Won [73]
2018 SutraHR[74] Young Achievers Award Won [75]
2019 IWMBuzz

Syska Style Awards

Most Stylish Hair - Real

(Female)

Nominated [76]
Emerging Style Icon (Female) Won
2019 Zee Gold Awards Gold Debut In A Lead Role

(Female)

Won [77]
Best On-Screen Jodi

(With Siddharth Nigam)

Nominated [78]
2020 Bolly Buzzer Awards Favourite Personality Of The Year

(Female)

Won [79]
2020 Gold Glam & Style Awards Most Stylish Influencer Won [80]
2020 IWMBuzz

Style Awards

Most Fit Star (Female) Nominated [81]
2021 IWMBuzz Digital Awards

(Season 3)

Most Popular Social Media Star

(Female)

Nominated [82]

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