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Tina Datta (born 27 November 1991) is an Indian actress known for her work in Hindi television. She rose to fame for playing Ichcha in the drama series Uttaran .She went on to participate in stunt-based reality show Khatron Ke Khiladi 7 and reality series Bigg Boss 16.

Life and family

Datta was born in Kolkata on 27 November 1991 to Madhumita Datta and Tapan Datta. She has an elder brother named Debraj.Datta is an avid yoga and pilates enthusiast. She has an elder brother named Debraj.Datta is an avid yoga and pilates enthusiast. During the lockdown, she decided to switch from functional and weight training to yoga. Additionally, the actress is well versed in pole dancing and kickboxing.

Early life

Datta was born in Kolkata on 27 November 1991 to Madhumita Datta and Tapan Datta. She has an elder brother named Debraj.

Datta is an avid yoga and pilates enthusiast. She has an elder brother named Debraj.

Datta is an avid yoga and pilates enthusiast. During the lockdown, she decided to switch from functional and weight training to yoga. Additionally, the actress is well versed in pole dancing and kickboxing.

Career

Datta made her debut at the age of five with the show ''Sister Nivedita''. A year later, she made her film debut as a child artist with the Bengali film ''Pita Maata Santan''. She went on to act in many Bengali films some of which are ''Dus Number Bari'' and ''Sagarkanya''. She has also acted in several Bengali television series one of which being ''Khela''. Datta starred in Rituparno Ghosh's film ''Chokher Bali'' alongside Aishwarya Rai. She further played young Lalita in Vidya Balan and Saif Ali Khan's 2005 cult movie ''Parineeta''. Datta auditioned for the role of in Kolkata and Pradeep Sarkar, who was looking for a Bengali face to play the role really liked her and said she was perfect for the role. In 2008, she starred in the Bengali mythology drama television series ''Durga'' where she played Kumkum Roy Choudhary.From 2009 to 2015, Datta starred as Ichcha Bundela and Meethi Bundela opposite Nandish Sandhu and Mrunal Jain in ''Uttaran'', the third longest-running Indian television series of Colors TV. Her performance earned her widespread acclaim and several accolades including the Producers Guild Award for Best Actress in a Drama Series.In 2016, she participated in Colors TV's stunt-based reality show ''Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 7'' where she finished at the 12th position. From 2017 to 2018, Datta played Dhamini in the mythology drama ''Karmaphal Daata Shani''. From 2018 to 2019, she portrayed Jhanvi Mourya and Kundani Roy in &TV's paranormal romance drama series ''Daayan''.In 2020, she played Ketki Maheshwari opposite Rajeev Khandelwal in ZEE5's crime thriller web series ''Naxalbari'' which revolves around an STF agent who goes on a mission to suppress the revival of a Naxal uprising in Gadchiroli. ''India Today'' said, "Tina Datta breathes a fresh aura into Ketki, a translator who works with government agencies." She won the Global Fame Award for Best OTT Debut for her portrayal in the series. In 2021, Datta made her music video debut by starring in Mika Singh's Bengali song ''Durga Maa Elo Re''. From 2022 to 2023, she participated in Colors TV's captive reality show ''Bigg Boss 16.'' From 2022 to 2023, she participated in Colors TV's captive reality show ''Bigg Boss 16.'' She finished at the eighth place after spending 119 days in the house. Datta was the second highest paid contestant of the season. In 2023, she portrayed Surili Ahuja Banerjee in Sony TV's ''Hum Rahe Na Rahe Hum'' opposite Jay Bhanushali.

Child artist and early roles (1996–2008)

Datta made her debut at the age of five with the show ''Sister Nivedita''. A year later, she made her film debut as a child artist with the Bengali film ''Pita Maata Santan''. She went on to act in many Bengali films some of which are ''Dus Number Bari'' and ''Sagarkanya''. She has also acted in several Bengali television series one of which being ''Khela''. Datta starred in Rituparno Ghosh's film ''Chokher Bali'' alongside Aishwarya Rai. She further played young Lalita in Vidya Balan and Saif Ali Khan's 2005 cult movie ''Parineeta''. Datta auditioned for the role of in Kolkata and Pradeep Sarkar, who was looking for a Bengali face to play the role really liked her and said she was perfect for the role. In 2008, she starred in the Bengali mythology drama television series ''Durga'' where she played Kumkum Roy Choudhary.

Breakthrough and recognition (2009–2021)

From 2009 to 2015, Datta starred as Ichcha Bundela and Meethi Bundela opposite Nandish Sandhu and Mrunal Jain in ''Uttaran'', the third longest-running Indian television series of Colors TV. Her performance earned her widespread acclaim and several accolades including the Producers Guild Award for Best Actress in a Drama Series.In 2016, she participated in Colors TV's stunt-based reality show ''Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 7'' where she finished at the 12th position. From 2017 to 2018, Datta played Dhamini in the mythology drama ''Karmaphal Daata Shani''. From 2018 to 2019, she portrayed Jhanvi Mourya and Kundani Roy in &TV's paranormal romance drama series ''Daayan''.In 2020, she played Ketki Maheshwari opposite Rajeev Khandelwal in ZEE5's crime thriller web series ''Naxalbari'' which revolves around an STF agent who goes on a mission to suppress the revival of a Naxal uprising in Gadchiroli. ''India Today'' said, "Tina Datta breathes a fresh aura into Ketki, a translator who works with government agencies." She won the Global Fame Award for Best OTT Debut for her portrayal in the series. In 2021, Datta made her music video debut by starring in Mika Singh's Bengali song ''Durga Maa Elo Re''.

Bigg Boss and further work (2022–present)

From 2022 to 2023, she participated in Colors TV's captive reality show ''Bigg Boss 16.'' From 2022 to 2023, she participated in Colors TV's captive reality show ''Bigg Boss 16.'' She finished at the eighth place after spending 119 days in the house. Datta was the second highest paid contestant of the season. In 2023, she portrayed Surili Ahuja Banerjee in Sony TV's ''Hum Rahe Na Rahe Hum'' opposite Jay Bhanushali.
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