Birthday Special TV Actress Jasmin Bhasin Struggle Career Serials Family Unknown Facts

Jasmin Bhasin Unknown Facts: Sometimes he traveled the journey of ‘Dil Se Dil Tak’ and sometimes by becoming a ‘naagin’ he won the hearts of the fans. We are talking about Jasmine Bhasin, one of the best actresses in the world of TV. Born on 28 June 1990 in Kota, Rajasthan, Jasmine is not dependent on any identity today, but it was not always like this. There was a time when Jasmine tried to commit suicide after being troubled by difficulties. Today in the Birthday Special, we are introducing you to the same story…

Jasmine belongs to Sikh family

Jasmine, who belongs to a Sikh family, did her studies from Kota only. After this he entered the world of modeling and worked in many commercials. During the year 2011, Jasmine had knocked on the silver screen. During that time he started his career with Tamil films. He first worked in the Tamil film ‘Vanam’. After this, she appeared in many films including Crorepati of South India, Veta, Ladies and Gentleman, Jill Jung Jak. Jasmine entered the world of television during the year 2015 and became a household name.

Got fame like this on TV

Jasmine started her career in the TV world with the serial ‘Tashan-e-Ishq’, in which she played the role of Twinkle Taneja. She also received the Best Debut Female award for this character. At the same time, in the year 2017, Siddharth Shukla and Rashmi Desai starrer show ‘Dil Se Dil Tak’ took her to the heights of fame. After this, in 2019, the serial ‘Dil To Happy Hai Ji’ added to his fame.

When Jasmine was about to commit suicide

Although Jasmine has now become a big name in the world of TV, but her journey was not so easy. There was a time in his life when he tried to take a dreadful step. This was mentioned by Jasmine during a task in season 9 of Khatron Ke Khiladi. She had told that being fed up with the rejection, she had attempted suicide. However, now she considers that step as the biggest mistake of her life.

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