Reyhna Malhotra: Biography

All you need to know about Reyhna Malhotra from Kumkum Bhagya.

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September 8, 2020

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Reyhna Malhotra is an Indian actress. She has worked in both films and TV serials. She is known for her current role as Alia Prem Mehra in Zee TV’s popular show Kumkum Bhagya. 

Early Life And Family:

Reyhna Malhotra was born on September 26, 1992. She is a true Libran at heart. Born in Jammu and Kashmir, her real name is Priyanka Pandit. She lived most of her early years in multiple towns such as Nasik, Kolkata, Mysore, Bangalore and others.

She entered Jyoti Nivas College in Bengaluru to obtain a Diploma in English Communications.

Career:

In 2012, she participated in Miss Hero Honda contest and won it. There was no looking back after that. She began to get different modelling and advertisements thereafter.

During the year 2014, she made her Bollywood debut with the movie Babloo Happy Hai.

She was also seen in Tanhaji: The Unsung Warrior in 2019 starring Ajay Devgan and Saif Ali Khan.

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She is one of the small screen industry’s highly searched stars.

She made her TV debut in 2014 with a highly acclaimed serial Jamai Raja that aired on Zee TV. She portrayed the main character in the series for two years.

She has been shown in another popular serial, Ishqbaaz, from 2016 until 2018.

She has also been a part of Manmohini from 2018 wherein she played the character of a witch named Mohini.

Her current role of Alia Prem Mehra in Zee TV’s Kumkum Bhagya is much loved and appreciated.

She has also been a part of music videos like Superstar for T-Series and Hunter for Speed Records. Both the videos were in the Punjabi language.

 

Awards:

She was honoured with the Star Parivaar Award For Most Stylish Sadasya Female.

 

Actors Worked With:

Nia Sharma 

Sriti Jha 

Shabir Ahluwalia 

Mugdha Chapekar

 

Watch Reyhna Malhotra in Kumkum Bhagya on ZEE5. 

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