Tannaz Irani

Tannaz Irani (née Lal) is an Indian actress. She has acted in Bollywood films and Hindi television serials. She has also been credited as Tannaz Lal, her maiden name, and Tannaz Currim (during her first marriage).

Tannaz Irani
Tanaaz-Irani.jpg
Irani in April 2013
Born (1971-04-08) 8 April 1971 (age 50)
OccupationActress
Spouse(s)Farid Currim
(m. 2007)
Websitetannazirani.com

CareerEdit

Tannaz began her film career in 2000, with her debut as Neeta in Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai, directed by Rakesh Roshan.[1][better source needed] Her significant credits include Abbas Mustan's thriller 36 China Town, Sooraj Barjatya's Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon, and Jugal Hansraj's Roadside Romeo. She has also acted in several television serials including Ye Meri Life Hai, Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil, and played the role of Lisa D'Souza on the sitcom Badi Door Se Aaye Hain. Tannaz was noted[by whom?] for her role of a young Anglo Indian girl trying to learn Hindi in Zabaan Sambhal Ke, also starring Pankaj Kapoor; and in 2019, played Nishi Sippy on the TV show Kahaan Hum Kahaan Tum.

Besides acting, Tannaz was also the Runner-up of Mrs. India 2002. She and her husband, Bakhtiyaar Irani, came in third in the celebrity dance show Nach Baliye in 2006. They have also done a music album that was choreographed by Bosco-Caesar.[citation needed] In 2009, she featured as a housemate on the reality show Bigg Boss 3;[2] and participated in Maa Exchange in 2011, with Vindu Dara Singh's wife Dina.

She was last seen in Apna Time Bhi Ayega as the main characters stepmother-in-law, Rajeshwari Singh Rajawat aka Rani Sa. She portrayed the role of the main antagonist on the show. She was replaced Vivana Singh in

Personal lifeEdit

 
Tanaaz (middle) with son Zeus right and husband Bakhtiyaar Irani (left)

An Indian Parsi by birth, Tanaaz was very young when she married Farid Currim.[citation needed] She was 20 when she gave birth to her first daughter Zianne.[3] After her divorce, she started acting in serials. In 2006, she met actor Bakhtiyaar Irani (brother of Delnaaz Irani), on the set of Fame Gurukul. The duo fell in love and wanted to get married, but it was not permitted by Bakhtiyaar's family because Tannaz is seven years older than Bakhtiyaar. However, Delnaaz and his elder brother, Paurus Irani, helped to convince their parents, and the couple got married in 2007. On 20 March 2008, the couple's first child, a boy, was born. They named him Zeus after the Greek God. On 19 September 2011, Tannaz gave birth to a second girl, Zara Irani.[3] Zianne, her first daughter, stays with her ex-husband Farid Currim.

FilmographyEdit

FilmsEdit

Year Title Role Other notes
2000 Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai Neeta
Hamara Dil Aapke Paas Hai Preeti's friend
Hadh Kar Di Aapne Pares
2001 Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein Shruti
2002 Mere Yaar Ki Shaadi Hai Anu
Deewangee Yana
2003 Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon Roopa
Kuch Naa Kaho Ms. Lobo
2004 Daag - Shades of Love
Manini (2004 film) Maya Marathi film
2006 36 China Town Ruby
2008 Roadside Romeo Mini voice role
Maan Gaye Mughal-e-Azam Champa
2010 Golmaal 3 Cameo in "Aale" Song

TelevisionEdit

Show Name Role
V3 Villie
V3 Plus Tanha
Zaban Sambhal Ke Jennifer "Jenny" Jones
Gopaljee Julie
Hum Aapke Hain Woh Yojna
Do Aur Do Paanch Rashmi
Gudgudee Various characters
Swabhimaan Babli
Ye Meri Life Hai Jayashree
Shree Mungna Behn
Nach Baliye Contestant
Hans Baliye
Bigg Boss 3
Meri Biwi Wonderful Angela
Shubh Mangal Savadhan Khushi
Miley Jab Hum Tum Tanya
Ssshhhh...Koi Hai Shape Shifting Spirit
Aahat - Maut Ka Khel
Maa Exchange Herself
Ikka Begum Baadshah
Welcome – Baazi Mehmaan-Nawazi Ki Herself
Badi Door Se Aaye Hai Lisa
Jamai Raja Resham
Kahaan Hum Kahaan Tum Nishi Sippy
Apna Time Bhi Aayega Rajeshwari Singh Rajawat aka Ranisa
Jijaji Chhat Parr Koii Hai Mayuri

web seriesEdit

Year Title Role Language Note
2021 benaqaab shenaaz shroff Gujarati debuted

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Tanaaz Currim Irani". IMDb.
  2. ^ "Rakhi's mom on Bigg Boss". The Times of India. 6 October 2009.
  3. ^ a b "Tanaaz gives birth to a baby girl". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 18 April 2012. Retrieved 15 December 2013.

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