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14 Year Old Neeru Bajwa Was The Background Dancer In Bollywood Film Beqabu's Song!

By: Harleen Kaur | August 11, 2020

Many, including us, have always believed that Punjabi actress Neeru Bajwa made her Bollywood debut with the Dev Anand film 'Main Solah Baras Ki' but to our surprise, the actress had already shared the Hindi film screen with actors like Sanjay Kapoor and Mamta Kulkarni in the film titled Beqabu.

Like many leading faces of present times, even Neeru had worked as a background dancer for a song featuring Mamta Kulkarni and Sanjay Kapoor, in the song 'Tu Wo Tu Hai'. Sharing the clips on the song on her social media account Neeru quoted, "This is where it started ... 1995 , Beqabu , they had come to shoot in Vancouver , 14-year-old me background dancer... thanks @rubina.bajwa for sending this to me... made me tear up a little. No role is small, give everything your best! thank you Baba Ji"

neeru bajwa background dancer beqabu

The clip was actually shared by Rubina Bajwa in her story where she writes: "That's my sister...I remember growing up and just listening to her talk about how she wants to do this and that my dad and she would always do it. Then every summer vacation I was sitting on set watching her work from TV serials, Outdoor shoots Films, being her assistant, my director, my producer seen it all. Above all my sister from checking my report cards, fighting like crazy, shopping, eating the best food, crying to her, dancing to our songs, through thick and thin. I guess your lucky you a little sister like me."

Also Read: Punjabi Singer Sarabjit Cheema Was Once The Background Dancer For Malkit Singh!

Well though the moment came in as nostalgia but it did come as a big surprise. We bet you had no clue about this one! 

For those who don't know, many of the leading stars of today were once background dancers, including shahid Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Late Sushant Singh Rajput, Remo D'Souza, Ranveer Singh, and more. 

Neeru Bajwa in Tu Woh Tu Hai from Beqabu

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