|Geeta Basra Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 3 in|
|Date of Birth||March 13, 1984|
Geeta Basra is a British actress and television personality who has been cast in movies such as Mr Joe B. Carvalho, Second Hand Husband, The Train, Lock, Zila Ghaziabad, and Dil Diya Hai.
Portsmouth, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Geeta Basra has been trained at Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting Institute.
Actress, TV Personality
- Father – Rakesh Basra
- Mother – Parveen Basra
- Siblings – Rahul Basra (Younger Brother), Ruby Basra (Sister)
- Others – Sardar Sardev Singh Plaha (Father-In-Law) (Businessman, Owned of a ball bearing and valve factory)
5 ft 3 in or 160 cm
56 kg or 123.5 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Geeta Basra has dated –
- Harbhajan Singh (2015-Present) – On October 29, 2015, she got married to Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh and the duo has been blessed with a daughter, Hinaya Heer Plaha, born on July 27, 2016, in Portsmouth, Hampshire. In March 2021, the couple announced that they were expecting their 2nd child together.
Race / Ethnicity
Geeta Basra is of Punjabi descent.
Pierced ears and nose
Geeta Basra Facts
- She made her first theatrical film appearance by playing the role of Neha Mehra in the 2006 Hindi drama thriller film, Dil Diya Hai, in which she co-starred alongside Emraan Hashmi, Ashmit Patel, and Mithun Chakraborty.
- In 2007, Geeta Basra was cast alongside Emraan Hashmi, Sayali Bhagat, and Aditi Bhatia in the Hindi drama thriller film, The Train. She played the character named Roma Kapoor, a beautiful, captivating working woman who gets caught up in an extramarital affair.
- In the 2013 Indian Hindi-language political action thriller film titled Zila Ghaziabad, she made a special appearance in the song Baap Ka Maal.
- Geeta Basra has appeared in the music video for the song Ghum Sum Ghum Sum by Sukshinder Shinda and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan. In the video, she was seen as the love interest of the male protagonist played by Rahul Bhat.
- She played Pammi, Harpal’s assistant, in the 2016 Punjabi-language film, Lock, in which her fellow stars included Gippy Grewal, Gurpreet Ghuggi, Karamjit Anmol, and Smeep Kang.
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