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About Leena jumani:

Leena Jumani (born on 16 July 1989) is an Indian television actress and model. She has gained popularity for her role as Khemi in the popular TV serial Bandini. Leena Jumani is from Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. Currently, she is playing the role of Paridhi Pratik Sindhia (Pratik's Wife) in the serial Punar vivah on Zee tv.

Leena jumani's Biography:

Leena jumani has acted in many Gujarati films but She gained recognition for her role as Khemi in the television series Bandini. Her role, Khemi, was a village girl who belonged to a poor family and fell in love with Hiten (Mrunal Jain), the son of the wealthy Dharamraj Mahiyavanshi (Ronit Roy). Apart from that, She has also done a cameo in Tere Liye on Star Plus. Leena Jumani was also starred in a lead role as Pakhi in Ganga Ki Dheej on Sahara One. The role of Pakhi was paired with Agantuk, played by Mohit Raina. The onscreen chemistry of this pair was very much appreciated by viewers. More recently, Leena Jumani was also seen playing the role of Ira in Chhoti si zindagi on Zee tv.

Leena jumani biography

Personal Profile:

Name: Leena Jumani
Age:23 yrs
Birthday: 16 July 1989
Height: Not known
Occupation:Model, Actress
Years active:2009 - present

Leena jumani and mrunal jain:

Leena jumani and mrunal jain played the role of love pair in the serial Bandini. mrunal jain's character in this serial (Hiten Mahiavanshi) is of Dharamraj Mahavanshi's son (Ronit Roy). Leena jumani (Khemi) has played the role of Santo's sister.

Leena jumani in punar vivah:

Leena jumani in punar vivah, is playing the role of an RJ named Paridi. In Punar vivah, Leena jumani's character reveals her modern looks and simple down to earth nature. In the serial, Paridi (Leena jumani) is girlfriend of Siddharth aka Gurmeet Choudhary's younger brother.

Leena jumani and mohit raina:

Leena jumani and mohit raina are co-stars from the serial Ganga Kii Dheej. In this serial Leena jumani (Pakhi) was paired opposite Agantuk (Mohit Raina).

Leena Jumani's Interview:

Tell us something about how Ganga Ki Dheej started for you.
The production house called me for an audition and I went and gave it. I got selected but was not told for which role. Only after I passed the look test did I get to know it was for the lead part! That was a big and pleasant surprise for me. I felt very happy because the role was nice and there was a huge scope for improvement. I am enjoying every moment of Ganga Ki Dheej.

You seem to be very excited about your experience in the show so far?
I am! In one word, the experience till date has been amazing. The set, the look, the emphasis on quality, everything seems to be larger than life - something you will see in films. Thankfully, we are getting positive reactions. I am sharing screen with an actor like Kabir Bedi, what more I can ask for? It has been quite a life-changing experience for me after I started this show and shared screen with him. His glorifying personality, baritone... am really mesmerised. I call him Kabir Sir though off screen he is very friendly and is always ready to share his experience with us. This, I feel, is a great quality of a good actor. His presence in the show has made us proud.

How would you describe Pakhi's character?
Pakhi is a typical village girl. She is simple, innocent, sweet, chirpy, but has courage. She can change a lot of things using her inner courage. Thus when she becomes the victim of an evil system in the village, her inner strength and courage will help her come out of the situation and fight back.

How did you prepare for this role?
Since the show is based in West Bengal, my entire look is of a typical Bengali village girl. I have taken few reference points from Devdas. I watched the film a few times to check the dialogue delivery and to see how the saris are draped. Apart from that, our creative head Prakriti Mukherjee is also a Bengali so she helps me on a daily basis and ensures I portray my character as truthfully as I can. I also have to speak little bit of Bengali in the show and she helps me with that too. It is quite shocking to see such rituals being still prevalent in rural India…where women have to go through these situations. Having said that let me also clarify that the story is a work of fiction and the village an imaginary one and the writer has taken a lot of creative liberty.

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