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, Painter
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]

In 1984, she started her acting career by signing an Indo-Italian co-production film called Shaheen as the leading lady, followed by a serial called Paying Guest for Rajshree Films and Wah Janab opposite Shekhar Suman. She went on to act in several serials such as Ye Jo Hai Zindagi, Kismat, Junoon, Siddhi, Banjara Guest House, Mouth Full of Sky, Waqt Ki Raftar, Swabhiman, Gaatha, Palchin, Tere Ghar Ke Saamne with Raju Kher, Commander, Colonel, Tere Mere Sapne, Suraag, Kuch Love Kuch Masti, Koi Dil Me Hai and Sindoor Tere Naam Ka.

She is best known for her role of Ganga in Mahabharat and her accolade winning portrayal of Verrawali in Buniyaad.

Painter[edit]

Kiran is also a painter mostly working with mixed media with concentration on Acrylics. Most of her works are in the Indian contemporary form. She is one of the few artists who does not believe in having a particular style and just paints out of her heart.

She is the founder of Respond Foundation, a unique non profit which provides a platform for new upcoming artists to show case their work.[citation needed]

Filmography Best[edit]

References[edit]

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

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