TOP Controversy Photos of Jennifer Winget

TOP Controversy Photos of Jennifer Winget

Personal Life:
Jennifer Winget aka Jennifer Singh Grover was born and raised in Mumbai, India. Her family is originally from Maharashtra. Her father is Marathi Christian and her mother is Punjabi. She has one elder brother.
She received her early education from St. Xavier's High School, and pursued her degree in commerce from KJ Somaiya College, Mumbai.
Jennifer married Karan Singh Grover her friend and co-star from Kasautii Zindagii Kay and Dill Mill Gayye on 9 April 2012 in a private ceremony

Early Career:
Jennifer worked with stars like Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan when she was all of fifteen years in Raja Ko Rani Se Pyaar Ho Gaya (2001) and Kuch Naa Kaho (2003).
 The other films Jennifer was seen in are Akele Hum Akele Tum, Bhage re, Jane Kyon, Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat.

As offers to act in television poured in, she was seen in many popular television serials starting with Kkoi Dil Mein Hain. The others were Kkusum, Kahiin To Hoga, Kyaa Hogaa Nimmo Kaa and Sangam.
Her Most popular character was Sneha Bajaj in Kasautii Zindagi Kay. Jennifer Winget is recognized for her different avatars on the small screen as Simran, Sneha, and Ganga. She was also seen in the children's show Shaka Laka Boom Boom and other minor roles.
Jennifer was there as a contestant in many reality shows like Zara Nachke Dikha, Comedy Circus Teen Ka Tarka, and Meethi Chhuri No.1.
Jennifer was seen playing the role of Dr.Riddhima Gupta on STAR ONE's Dill Mill Gaye, which went off air in November 2010.
Jennifer has also hosted reality shows, Dekh India Dekh, Laughter Ke Phatke, Comedy Circus (1 and 2), Zara Nach Ke Dikha, Teen Ka Tarka (1 and 2).
Jennifer also bagged many advertisement projects.
Jennifer was seen in Zor Ka Jhatka: Total Wipeout, as a contestant.
She plays Kumud in Saraswatichandra.
Jennifer Winget is also working in two Bollywood films Love Kiya Aur Lag Gayi and Life Reboot Nahi Hoti.
Jennifer Winget portrayed the role of Maya Mehrotra in Sony TV's Beyhadh.
In 2018, she played the role of Zoya Siddiqui in Colors TV's Bepannaah

1.   In 2006, Best Beti award at Star Parivar Red Carpet Awards.
2.   Comic Role Female award for Kkusum  at Ita Awards.
3.   Best Villon Female award at Star Parivar Red Carpet Awards.
4.   Actress award at Star Parivar Red Carpet Awards.
5.   Best Child Actrees award from Diseny Channel.
6.   Face Female awards at Star Parivar Awards.
7.   Fresh Face of Year award at Ita Awards.
8.   Best Patni award at Star Parivar Awards.
9.   Best Jodi award at Star Parivar Awards.
10. Supporting Role Female award at Sauasi Award.
11. Best Actress award at Star Parivar Awards.
12. Best Actress award at Golden Awards.
13. Best Minor award at Sauasi Awards.


30th May 1985

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