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Palak Jain

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Nationality  Indian
Role  Television actress
Name  Palak Jain
Years active  2000–present
Occupation  Model, Actor,

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Born  1 April 1994 (age 21) (1994-04-01) Mumbai, Maharashtra
Nominations  Indian Telly Award for Best Child Actress
Movies and TV shows  The Buddy Project, Veer Shivaji, Paheli, Tehzeeb
Similar People  Pallavi Kulkarni, Rohan Shah, Kunal Jaisingh, Bharti Kumar, Umang Jain

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Palak Jain ([paːlaːkː dʒʱeːn]; born 1 April 1994) is an Indian television actress known for roles in television programmes such as Sunaina- Mera Sapna Sach Hua and Veer Shivaji. Since July 2012 she has been portraying the role of Panchi Rastogi in Channel V India's The Buddy Project opposite her co-star Kunal Jaisingh. She was also a part of Sony TV serial Itna Karo Na Mujhe Pyar in 2015 followed by "Ek Duje Ke Vaaste in 2016.


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Personal life

Jain was born and brought up in Mumbai, Maharashtra, and received her schooling at St. Joseph School.


Jain started acting and modelling at the age of 6, participating in numerous commercials. She was also an uncredited cast member of a few films as a child artist.

Jain made her television debut in the Pogo TV drama Sunaina- Mera Sapna Sach Hua, as the protagonist Sunaina Mathur, a teenage girl who's dreams literally come true. She then went on to play Saibai in the historical series, Veer Shivaji opposite her co-star, Paras Arora. This was followed by a cameo as Shreya in Crime Patrol.

Jain's next major television role was as Panchi Rastogi, the female protagonist of The Buddy Project. The Buddy Project Was Of 17 Seasons • 420 Episodes On Channel V . The Last Episode Of Buddy Project Was Aired On 24 April 2014 On Channel V . All The 420 Episodes Of Buddy Project Is Available On Hotstar . Checkout The Wiki Of Buddy Project - The Buddy Project.


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