MUMBAI: Television industry's very talented and hot actress Ridhi Dogra is a renowned Hindi television personality.
She has been a part of the television industry and has recently debuted in the OTT platform. She's claiming remarkable fame by nailing her roles on both the TV and OTT platforms.
With the television industry successfully running over 2-3 decades now as the most-popular medium of entertainment in India, we have lost track of so many impactful and popular shows that were aired on the various entertainment networks, owing to the on-airing and the sudden off-airing of innumerable shows which cannot be recalled so easily.
The same applies for the TV actors and actresses, who have actively taken part in this industry's long journey over such a long time-span. With so many newcomers acing at showcasing their acting chops before the small-screen to many veteran stars retiring from the industry in short notice, so many well-known figures are now remembered as faint memories, until they make a sudden comeback in the industry.
For Ridhi Dogra, this TV artiste has been a pretty consistent figure the industry. However, before entering into the acting field, Dogra was a dancer in the Shiamak Davar Dance Institute.
Her first job in the industry was as a co-producer on Zoom TV. After years of acting before the small-screen.
In 2013, the actress had participated in Nach Baliye 6 and in Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 6 in 2015. Since then, she's back into her acting jam till date and is impressing the audience like never before!
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Today, let's take a look at Ridhi's most-impactful on-screen roles which has kept the audience hooked to their screens owing to her fabulous performance as an actor:
1. Ridhi debuted in the acting domain in the year 2007 with Zee Next's Jhoome Jiiya Re. She played the supporting role of Himani therein. The series went off-air on 4 September 2008, as the channel was shutting down for not meeting the standards of the market. Next year, Jhoome Jiiya Re was relaunched on Zee TV in its afternoon slot. The story revolved around the life of an ordinary girl named Jia Sabhrawal (played by Preeti Amin) who goes through rough times to fight for her destiny and to prove her passion for dance before the society despite repeated failures.
2. In 2008, she went up the ladder of stardom with her second show Radhaa Ki Betiyaan Kuch Kar Dikhayengi, which aired on NDTV Imagine. Ridhi portrayed the role of Rani therein.
3. In 2010, she grabbed her first lead role in Star Plus' Maryada: Lekin Kab Tak? Both the storyline's out-of-the-box and gripping-plot as well as Ridhi's expressive acting chops on-screen were highly lauded by both the critics and the audience. This was one of the earliest Indian TV shows to promote and display the concept of LGBTQ love-story on the small-screen. She played the role of Priya Aditya Jakhar.
4. Post-Maryada, Ridhi again turned a massive household name as protagonist Rajkumari Damyanti/ Savitri Rai Chaudhary in Life Ok's show Savitri. This show aired in 2013.
5. After her debut in reality shows, Ridhi returned to acting in mainstream Hindi serials. She featured in Star Plus' then-popular show Diya Aur Baati Hum by playing the supporting role of Coach Aditi, whose duration was brief, but impactful.
6. In 2017, Ridhi made her remarkable small-screen debut as an engaging antagonist for the first time in Zee TV's Woh Apna Sa. She oozed out major evil-vibes by portraying the role of a psychopath wife named Nisha Jindal.
7. In 2020, she debuted for the first time on the OTT platform for the web series - Asur: Welcome to your Dark Side, which streams on Voot Select. She portrayed the character of a CBI forensic expert named Nusrat Saeed.
8. This year, Ridhi reached a new milestone in her career by portraying the role of a homosexual lady named Astha in the web series - The Married Woman. This show streams on Alt Balaji.
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