Mehreen Pirzada (born 5 November 1995) is an Indian actress and model who predominantly appears in Telugu, Tamil, Hindi and Punjabi films. Pirzada made her acting debut in 2016 with the Telugu film Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gaadha. She made her Hindi debut with Phillauri and Tamil debut with Nenjil Thunivirundhal both in 2017.
Mehreen Kaur Pirzada
Mehreen Kaur Pirzada
5 November 1995
|Other names||Mehreen Kaur|
|Relatives||Gurfateh Pirzada (brother)|
Pirzada has appeared in successful Telugu films including Mahanubhavudu (2017), Raja the Great (2017) and F2: Fun and Frustration (2019).She made her Punjabi film debut with DSP Dev in 2019.
Mehreen Pirzada was born on 5 November 1994 in Bathinda, Punjab, in a Sikh family to an agriculturist and realtor father Gurlal Pirzada and a housewife mother Paramjit Kaur Pirzada. Her only sibling is a brother named Gurfateh Pirzada who is also a model and actor.
Pirzada did her first ramp walk at the age of ten and won the title of Kasauli Princess at a beauty pageant. She was later crowned Miss Personality South Asia Canada 2013 in Toronto. She modelled for popular designers through Jemini Face Modeling company and acted in many a commercial ads in Canada and India. She is also the Face of Dove India and endorses Nikon, Pears and Thums Up on TVC and print media.
Pirzada made her debut with the Telugu movie Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gaadha in which she played the character of Mahalakshmi. The movie was successful in Telugu states and at the US box office. In March 2017, she debuted in Hindi cinema with the movie Phillauri alongside Anushka Sharma, Diljit Dosanjh and Suraj Sharma. She appeared in 2019 in the film F2: Fun and Frustration. She also had a role in Ardab Mutiyaran as Shruti opposite Ninja and Sonam Bajwa.
In March 2021, Pirzada got engaged to Bhavya Bishnoi, son of Adampur, Hisar MLA Kuldeep Bishnoi, and grandson of former Haryana state Chief Minister Bhajan Lal. Their wedding was planned for late 2021, but was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in India. The pair called off their engagement in early July 2021.
|Denotes films that have not yet been released|
|2016||Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gaadha||Mahalakshmi||Telugu|||
|Raja the Great||Lucky||Telugu|
|2019||F2: Fun and Frustration||Honey||Telugu|
|2021||Manchi Rojulochaie||Padma "Paddhu"||Telugu|||
|2022||F3: Fun and Frustration||Honey||Telugu|||
|2020||Zara Thehro||Armaan Malik, Tulsi Kumar||T-Series|||
Awards and nominationsEdit
|2017||6th South Indian International Movie Awards||Best Female Debut – Telugu||Krishna Gaadi Veera Prema Gaadha||Nominated|||
|Zee Cine Awards Telugu||Entertainer of the Year||Won|||
|2018||16th Santosham Film Awards||Special Jury Award for Best Actress||Mahanubhavudu||Won|||
|Zee Telugu Apsara Awards||Rising Star of the Year||Nominated|||
|Trendsetter of the Year||—||Won|
|2019||66th Filmfare Awards South||Best Supporting Actress – Telugu||Kavacham||Nominated|||
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26-year-old Mehreen Kaur's birth place is in Bathinda district.
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- ^ "Mehreen Pirzada to make her Kannada film debut with Shiva Rajkumar". The Times of India. 21 August 2021.
- ^ "'Zara Thehro': Armaan Malik, Mehreen Pirzada's chemistry with Tulsi Kumar's voice make for this love ballad". DNA India. 8 July 2020.
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