|Tania Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 4¼ in|
|Date of Birth||May 6, 1993|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
Tania is an Indian actress and dancer who is known for having been cast in Punjabi films such as Qismat, Rabb Da Radio 2, Son of Manjeet Singh, Sufna, and Guddiyan Patole.
Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Tania studied at Guru Nanak Dev University and BBK DAV College for Women in Amritsar. The actress holds a degree in Interior Designing and Project Management.
She has also taken classical dance lessons and was the National Level Winner in Classical Dancer in 2008.
- Sibling – Tamannah (Younger Sister)
5 ft 4¼ in or 163 cm
55 kg or 121 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
Tania is of Punjabi descent.
- Pierced ears
- Charming dimpled smile
- She grew up in Amritsar, Punjab.
- While studying at BBK DAV College for Women, Amritsar, Tania bagged the “Best Actor of the Year” award consecutively from 2012 to 2016.
- She was chosen to play the role of one of Sarbjit’s daughters in the 2016 biographical drama film, Sarbjit, but she had to let go of the opportunity because the filming schedule conflicted with her final exams.
- She made her theatrical film debut by playing the role of Amandeep Kaur ‘Aman’, Shivjit’s fiancé, in the 2018 Punjabi-language romantic drama film, Qismat, in which she co-starred alongside the likes of Ammy Virk and Sargun Mehta. For this role, Tania won the 2019 Brit Asia TV Award for “Best Supporting Actress” and was also nominated in the “Best Debut Performance” category.
- She co-starred alongside Gurnam Bhullar, Sonam Bajwa, and Nirmal Rishi in Guddiyan Patole, a 2019 Punjabi language family drama film.
- Opposite Ammy Virk, Tania was cast in the lead role of Teg in the 2020 Punjabi-language romantic drama film, Sufna, which revolves around the story of a young man who falls in love with the cotton picker arrived at his village.
- She has also appeared in the music videos for songs like Me & U by Gippy Grewal, Kya Baat Aa by Karan Aujla, and Teri Meri Ladayi by Maninder Buttar.
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