Contemporary Actress Tisca Chopra
Tisca Chopra is a contemporary actress in the Indian films, theatre and television. Known as a highly skilled actress, her big break in films came viaTaare Zameen Par (2007), which won her awards and accolades including a National Award, a Filmfare and a V Shantaram Award nominations. She followed it up with the award winning Firaaq (2008). She subsequently featured in films like Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji, 404 & “10ml Love” that gave her a fresh batch of commercial and critical acclaim. The grand niece of Khushwant Singh, Tisca also has a flair for writing. Her book, a hitchhikers guide to the Indian Film Industry, is due to be out in 2013. Also known for her sartorial choices and sense of style, Tisca is often on the best dressed lists in India.
Tisca Chopra born in Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh into a family of educationists. She graduated from Apeejay School, Noida, where her father was principal of her school. Later she studied English Literature at Hindu College, University of Delhi, she also started working actively with amateur theatre in the college. While still at college, she started writing for several publications and also acting in plays for an amateur theatre group and college festivals. After finishing her education, she moved to Mumbai, and trained in acting with theatre gurus Feroz Abbas Khan and Naseeruddin Shah.
Film Actress Koel Purie
Koel Purie Rinchet (born 25 November 1978 in Delhi, India) is an Indian film actress who made her debut with Rahul Bose’s directorial ventureEverybody Says I’m Fine! in 2001 and later featured in Road to Ladakh starring alongside Irrfan Khan. She attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
Bollywood Actress Trisha Krishan
Trisha Krishnan (born 4 May 1983) is an and model, who primarily appears in Tamil and Telugu language films, but has also appeared in Hindi language films. She was noticed after winning several beauty pageants like the Miss Madras contest (1999), which marked her entry into filmdom. During her career, she has received three South Filmfare Awards, establishing her as one of the leading actresses of the South Indian film industry.
Trisha was born and raised in Chennai (then known as Madras) into a Tamil Iyer family, whose ancestors hailed from the Palakkad region of Kerala. She completed schooling at the Sacred Heart Matriculation School in Church Park, Chennai, and later pursued a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) course at the Ethiraj College for Women(Chennai). She ventured into modeling and appeared in several print and television commercials. In 1999, she won the “Miss Salem” beauty pageant, and later the same year, the Miss Madras contest. She had also won the Miss India 2001 pageant’s “Beautiful Smile” award.