Personal Life & Political Career
Kirron Anupam Kher (also Kiran or Kiron born June 14, 1955). In May 2014, she was elected to Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Indian Parliament of Chandigarh.
Kirron Kher was born June 14, 1955 in a Jat Sikh family and a raised in Chandigarh.His parents are named "Kiran" and their full name was "Kiran Thakar Singh". During her first marriage with Gautam Berry, she was known as "Kiran Berry". When she married Anupam Kher, she took back her maiden name and added the last name of her last husband, known as "Kiran Thakar Singh Kher". Later in life, she developed a firm belief in digitization and in 2003 (at age 48), she changed her name from "Kiran" to "Kirron" on the basis of numerological calculations. like Kirron Kher.
Kirron a brother and two sisters. His brother, the artist Amardeep Singh, died in 2003. One of her sisters is award-winning badminton player Arjuna, Kanwal Thakar Kaur. His other sister, Sharanjit Kaur Sandhu, is a retired senior officer of the Indian Navy.
Kirron graduated from Chandigarh and graduated from the theater department of Panjab University in Chandigarh. Gautam Berry, a Mumbai-based businessman, and a son, Sikandar Kher.
In Mumbai, Kiran tried to gain a foothold in the film industry in the 1980s, but without success. While visiting the producer after the producer looking for a role in the films, Kirron renewed his knowledge of Anupam Kher, who was also a troubled actor and knew a bit about Chandigarh University. play called Chandpuri Ki Champabai. In 1985, after the break got a break in movies with Saaransh, Kirron divorced her husband and got married the same year. They now run a production house together.
Kiran Kher made his film debut in 1983 in the feature film Punjabi Aasra Pyar, a non-descriptive production that sank without a trace. Between 1983 and 1996, she played in a single film, Pestonjee (1987), where she played a small role alongside her second husband, Anupam Kher.
His return to comedy took place in the mid-1990s, through the theater, with the play Saalgirah written by playwright Javed Siddiqui and directed by Feroz Abbas Khan. to discuss alternative sexuality for the first time while highlighting women's issues. Kiron Kher Today and Jagte Raho with Kiron Kher, before making films in Hindi.
His return film was directed by Shyam Benegal, Sardari Begum (1996), which earned him the special Jury Prize at the 1997 National Awards.
She then starred in critically acclaimed director Rituparno Ghosh's Bengali Bariwali (1999). When she won the national award for best actress for the film, a controversy when a movie actress Bangla, full share. Kirron refuted the accusations that he had spent hours rehearsing for the delivery of his dialogue, and the price was ultimately not shared.
In 2002, Kirron appeared in Devdas (2002), alongside Shahrukh Khan, Madhuri Dixit and Aishwarya Rai.
In Khamosh Pani (Silent Waters) (2003), a film about a kind of woman kidnapped after her death, teaches local children about the Koran. He shows how his life changed dramatically when his son adopted Islamic extremism in 1979 during the reign of Zia-ul-Haq and his process of Islamization of Pakistan. The Best Actress Award at the Locarno International Film Festival, Switzerland Film - Golden Leopard, Grand Prix Festival in Locarno.
The 200 Indian Film Festival Los Angleles (IFFLA) honored Kirron at its annual festival.
In October 2004, Kirron made an appearance with her husband in the American TV series ER, portraying Parminder Nagra's mother, Mrs. Rasgotra, in the episode "Damaged".
In 2005, she played the role of Sunanda in the television series. Prratima on the Sahara One channel, in front of which she appeared in television series like Dil Na Jaane Kyon (Zee TV),
Although playing mainly supporting roles, his blockbuster films include Main Hoon Na (2004), Hum Tum (2004), Veer-Zaara (2004) and Mangal Pandey: The Rising (2005). His work in Rang De Basanti (2006) has been a success and a performance achieved with his second nomination for the Filmfare Best Supporting Action Award. His role in Fanaa (2006) and Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna (2006) were also appreciated. Added to her list of roles in 2008, she appeared in Singh: Kinng, Saa Bahu Aur Sensex and Dostana. In 2009, she appeared as a judge on India's Got Talent, the Indian franchise of the Got Talent series.
Kirron Kher has been involved in non-profit movements such as the Girls' Infection Campaign and Roko Cancer (a cancer awareness campaign). She joined the Bhartiya Janata party in 2009. She campaigned for the party across the country during the elections, she played in Chandigarh for the 2011 municipal elections. She admires BJP prime minister candidate Narendra Modi Le party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), declared candidate to Lok Sabha of Chandigarh for the 2014 parliamentary elections. Subsequently, in May 2014, she won the seat with 1.91,362 votes. 1,21,720 votes, while Gag Panag of AAP came in third with 1,08,679 votes.
As a member of Parliament for Chandigarh and with ties to the film industry, Kirron has promised a movie city for Chandigarh. After winning the siege, she said she had difficulty acquiring land in Chandigarh. However, a proposal is accepted by the Chandigarh administration and the city of the film should be installed in Sarangpur, Chandigarh.