A lot of actors we see today had been a part of interesting films ans shows when they were kids. From Alia Bhatt and Kunal Kemmu to Urmila Matondkar and Shahid Kapoor, these celebs had worked when they were kids. A lot of people still remember them from their younger days. One such talent that is leaving a good impression with her performance is 13-year-old Khushi Bhardwaj from Delhi. She is a known face in the TV industry.
Khushi Bhardwaj is currently a part of Sab TV’s popular show Baalveer Returns. It has been 2 years since she joined the show and plays Baalveer’s sister Khushi in it. On the screen, the child actor looks adorable and her performance will melt your heart. She has a cute voice and wonderful personality.
Khushi Bhardwaj’s co-stars also shower her with lots of praises. They claim that Khushi is a curious kid who wants to know more about their show, the characters and gives her best in every scene. She brings lots of positivity on the sets of Baalveer Returns.
Khushi’s first step in the acting world happened when she was 10. She was a part of Priyanka Singh’s Mauun, a well-known short film. The director appreciated Khushi’s dedication and said, “She is a star. At this young age, she has so much passion to do better and better. If she continues to having the same kind of confidence and determination, she will definitely achieve success growing up.”
Khushi Bhardwaj was asked about her future dreams. The child actor answered, “I enjoy acting. I have done a lot of commercials and also a movie. It was a learning experience for me. Being a part of Baalveer Returns helped me realise how much I want to keep acting. I hope with time, I get more and more such exciting projects.”
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