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Meet your top Television Star, Nikita Sharma

Hailing from quaint beginnings, Nikita Sharma did not take long to take the glam world by storm. Sharma, in a short span, has grown to be a household name. She started her career as a model in New Delhi and is now best known for playing the female lead role of Antara Kaul in the famous television program Do Dil Ek Jaan on Life OK. Her first role, however, happened to be with Channel V’s V The Serial, in which she was paired alongside Karan Kundra as Taani. 

She is even known for playing the role of Kavita in Swaragini – Jodein Rishton Ke Sur on Colors TV, and Archana in Shakti – Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki.

She even played Shivani/Nandini on Dangal TVs Phir Laut Aayi Naagin.

Origins of a Television star

Nikita Sharma
Nikita Sharma (PC : Instagram)

Nikita Sharma was born and brought up in New Delhi. After finishing her education in St. Xavier’s School and Delhi University, Sharma set out for Mumbai to make it big in the Hindi television industry.

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Nikita Sharma
Nikita Sharma (PC : Instagram)

Sharma has won the Miss Air Hostess Academy Title 2008. Since then, there has been no looking back for Nikita Sharma, as she set out on a journey of fame and popularity.

She has several accolades to her name, the brightest among them being that she is the Winner of the Indian Princess International Title 2012. She was even the cover girl of the July-August 2012 issue of Enlighten India Magazine.

Nikita Sharma
Nikita Sharma (PC : Instagram)

She even featured in Kulwinder Billa’s Punjabi song Antenna.

Along with several TV appearances, Sharma is also known for the many brand advertisements she’s featured on which include popular brands like Coca-Cola, Invertis University, Giovani, TVS Scooty and Lays.

Upcoming for Nikita

Nikita’s fame is far from done as she has several projects going on for her simultaneously. She will continue dazzling the screens, being a household name and reconnecting Indian audiences to a charm that is ever-sparkling.

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