The ‘Murder (2004)’ fame Mallika Sherawat is one of the most popular celebrities and has gotten a certain fan following because of her bold onscreen characters.
Sherawat made her debut with a small role in the film ‘Jeena Sirf Merre Liye (2002)’, where she was credited as Reema Lamba, her real name. Then, her roles in movies like ‘Murder (2004)’, ‘Pyaar Ke Side Effects (2006)’, ‘Guru (2007)’ and ‘Welcome (2007)’ and the TV serial ‘Sarabhai vs Sarabhai (2005)’. Also Read: Ranjit Bawa Slams Deep Sidhu’s Comment On ‘Shaheed’ Farmers during Protest!
Not only in Bollywood, but Sherawat has also been a part of Chinese and English cinema as well! Movies ‘Hisss (2010)’, ‘Politics of Love (2011)’, ‘The Myth (2005)’ and ‘Time Raiders (2016)’ are also under her name.
But the reason we are discussing this superstar today is how she began her journey in the industry. Did you know that even before her debut in movies, she was a part of a Punjabi song?
Sherawat was a part of Punjabi singer Surjit Bindrakhiya's 2000 song ‘Lak Tunu Tunu’, which was recorded under T-Series! And let us tell you, her dance moves do not disappoint. Also Read: Harjit Harman Speaks Up On The Ongoing Controversy On ‘Sharab’ Song!
Did you recognize her in the video when you first saw it?