Vaishali Thakkar : Biography, wiki, age, family, husband, profile info, serials
Vaishali Thakkar Bio :
Name: Vaishali Thakkar
Born: 25 July 1964
Age : 52 years
Birthplace : Mumbai
Movies and TV shows: Uttaran, Saathiya
Awards: ITA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, more
Nominations: Indian Telly Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role
Vaishali Thakkar is a known is an Indian theatre and television actress who was born on 25th July 1974 in Bombay. She was born and brought at this place and did her schooling & college from Mumbai itself. She is best known for portraying the comic role of Praveena in the popular show Star Plus TV series Baa Bahoo Aur Baby & portraying the Supporting role of Damini in the popular show Colors TV series Uttaran. When it comes to starting up her career, it came via Gujarati plays and then moved on to doing the long-running series, Ek Mahal Ho Sapno Ka, followed by a stint in the TRP-tripping show Baa Bahoo Aur Baby on Star Plus channel where her screen role as Praveena made her a household name.
She has been associated with the Gujarati theatre for a very long time because her father also played an active role in Gujarati theatre. Her brother Hemal is a popular television producer. However, her character was killed midway through the series much to the disappointment of the audience, as the producers claimed her character had not “developed” the way they wanted it to. She rose in the lime-light after portraying the role of Damini Ragendra Bharti in the colors series Uttaran.
Talking about Vaishali Thakkar likes and dislikes, Thakkar is fluent in English, Hindi, and Gujarati. Some of her recent works include Diya Aur Baati Hum, Malaikat Kecil Dari India and Tuyul & Mbak Yul Reborn to name a few. Talking about her personal life, she is married and has kids, while she happens to be a family lady and known to have very much attached to her family. Talking about her film debut in the silver screen, it all started with the film Angel, while the rest is yet to come as happens to be busier with the small screen.