Jasmin Bhasin: I will fight for what I deserve

Published: 12 October, 2020 08:29 IST | mid-day online correspondent | Mumbai

Jasmin Bhasin in her candid conversation with Salman Khan on Bigg Boss 14 Weekend Ka Vaar

Jasmin Bhasin inside the Bigg Boss 14 house. Picture courtesy/PR
Jasmin Bhasin inside the Bigg Boss 14 house. Picture courtesy/PR

It's been a week since the 14th season of Bigg Boss started. During the first weekend, superstar host Salman Khan praised Jasmin Bhasin a lot. Thanks to her nature, Jasmin has been the most loved contestant inside Bigg Boss 14 house and she has not got involved in any kind of fights or arguments.

Jasmin's behaviour with her fellow inmates is extremely sober and she doesn't get into any kind of negativity. In the last one week, Jasmin has reacted nicely during situations like when she was washing clothes or the discussion regarding her skincare. The videos of these scenes have also gone viral.

In Saturday's Weekend Ka Vaar, Salman Khan had a playful conversation with Jasmin Bhasin. He told her that she does stand up for herself but somewhere in the middle, she loses interest and stops saying or fighting. Jasmine heard him out and responded saying she feels like she is banging her head against the wall and bleeding and thus keeps quiet beyond a point. Salman also gave Jasmin a very nice title - Kalavati. According to him, Jasmin has all the qualities he appreciates in real life but for Bigg Boss she has to change.

On the other hand, Jasmin stated that she takes time to open up and clearly mentioned that she will take stand up in the house and will come out as a strong personality. Jasmin thanked Salman for the guidance. She says, "I have brains, but people in Bigg Boss house are illogical." In the last one week, we have seen Jasmin's emotional breakdown but after this episode, one can expect Jasmin will be stronger and fight back. At the end she says, "I will fight for what I deserve."

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    Born on June 28, 1990, television actress Jasmin Bhasin has grown up in Kota, Rajasthan. Belonging to a conservative Sikh family, Jasmin had once revealed that acting was never on her mind. In fact, she pursued a degree in hospitality in a Jaipur college. (All photos/Jasmin Bhasin's official Instagram account)

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    But destiny had some other plans for Jasmin Bhasin. After getting offers from modelling agencies, the young girl did her first portfolio shoot at age 20. In 2016, she shared this throwback picture on Instagram, with a caption - "How time has passed! My first modelling shoot from 6 years ago! #FlashbackFriday #ModellingDays #Photoshoot #FirstEverPortfolio #YoungDays"

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    Talking about getting into the showbiz world, Jasmin Bhasin had said, "I never thought that I'd become an actor. I come from a small town and a conservative family. I have a background in the hospitality industry. Then I started getting modelling contracts and was offered south Indian movies so, I thought that maybe acting was my destiny. I gave it a shot and here I am - happy and content."

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    Jasmin Bhasin made her acting debut with the South Indian film industry. Tamil film Vaanam, which released in 2011 was her debut. She then starred in Malayalam film Beware of Dogs and Telugu film Veta, both released in 2014. 

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    However, after South, Bollywood didn't come her way, which usually is the case. "I never said no, but I don't want to do a movie just for the sake of doing a movie...like out of desperation. I will do when I am sure about the role that I am playing. I will take a thoughtful and calculated decision," said Jasmin.

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    Jasmin Bhasin, however, took the Television route. In 2015, she made her Television debut with the Zee TV show Tashan-E-Ishq. She played the lead character Twinkle Taneja.

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    After Tashan-e-Ishq, Jasmin Bhasin featured in Dil Se Dil Tak. She played Teni, a bar dancer by profession, who becomes a surrogate mother, in order to fulfil her dream of going to America. Jasmin won accolades for the role and gained more recognition.

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    While all this while, she maintained a girl-next-door image on social media and through her on-screen characters, Jasmin Bhasin sent fans into a tizzy in 2018 by sharing bold photos on Instagram.

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    Jasmin Bhasin underwent a makeover for a photoshoot, and her hot and sizzling pictures were a far cry from her screen persona. While fans were pleasantly shocked by her transformation, Jasmin publicly stated that she likes to spring surprises.

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    After Dil Se Dil Tak, Jasmin Bhasin participated in the reality show - Khatron Ke Khiladi - Season 9. "This show has forever unwrapped a side of me I never knew existed. Despite the mental and physical challenges, I will be forever grateful to this amazing team that has helped shape up a lifetime of memories and one of the best times of my life," said Jasmi who got eliminated in the 9th week.

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    A lesser-known fact about Jasmin Bhasin is the actress has a phobia of driving. And it is related to her childhood days. Jasmin had met with an accident while riding a cycle, as a kid. Post-accident, Jasmin was in a coma for two days. Since then the phobia of driving developed and that's Jasmin could not take up driving.

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    Jasmin Bhasin loves to follow a healthy lifestyle, and practices yoga three days a week to keep herself fit and fab. "Yoga gives me awareness not just about my body from the outside but also about my internal organs. Yoga has changed my life. I sleep better, I eat better, it has changed my whole outlook. Breathing techniques in yoga help me keep my mind cool and stable," said the actress.

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    On the professional front, Jasmin Bhasin starred in Dil Toh Happy Hai Ji, but she quit the show after six months, as she didn't want to play a mom in the show, which took a leap of five years. She was next seen playing the role of a naagin called Nayantara in the Ekta Kapoor show - Naagin 4. "I took up 'Naagin 4' because it's been a number one show. So, I guess it was a big opportunity for me to be part of it," said Bhasin.

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    "I am completely satisfied with the way my career has shaped up. Whatever roles I have done during my professional journey, be it Happy or Teni in Dil Se Dil Tak, have given me immense happiness. I have learnt a lot from each and every character that I have played so far," Jasim further added.

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    Jasmin Bhasin is now a housemate of Bigg Boss - Season 14. On her gameplan to handle controversies during her stay in the house, Jasmin told IANS, "I have no plan. Whatever a person gives me, I return to the same to him or her. If somebody offers love and friendship, I'll also offer love and friendship. If someone offers negativity, I will give them an answer. As far as controversies are concerned, as an actor for the first time when there was something written about me I was affected. But then I decided that this is part of my profession. You get a lot of good, and then something difficult comes your way. I have to live with it and accept it. It doesn't bother me. If any controversy happens, let it happen, I will solve it," she laughed.

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    Talking about joining the 14th season, she said: "Honestly, every year I am asked and every year unfortunately and fortunately I was doing something or the other. Some or the other show was happening. So, I could never give a thought to it but this year I had no prior commitment. I have always been a Salman Khan fan and have enjoyed the show. So, So, when they asked me, I decided to do it."

    Here's wishing good luck for her journey in the Bigg Boss house!

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