Neeru Bajwa, the Indian actress was born on 26th of august in 1980 at Vancouver, British Columbia. Her real name is Arshvir Bajwa. Neeru Bajwa is the famous actress in Punjabi Film industry.
Neeru Bajwa is the runner up of Miss-India Canada Pageant.
Neeru Bajwa (in her documentary film) admitted that she always been attracted by the glamor and charm of Bollywood, to chase her dreams she planned to move to Mumbai in order to achieve her dreams.
She started her acting career by two television serials- Astitva Ek Prem Kahani on Zee TV and Jeet on Star Plus.
She began her career in Film Industry in 1998 with a bollywood film “Main Solah Baras Ki” with the great bollywood actor Dev Anand.
Neeru Bajwa and Amit Sand were in a very strong relationship for nearly around eight years. They two formed a great pair and were in a live-in relationship. According to her interview they were set to marry in December 2005 but sadly their relationship broke off.
She did her second bollywood movie in 2010 titled “Prince” on opposite of Vivek Oberoi. She also acted for “Phoonk 2” and “Miley Naa Miley Hum”
In 2004, Neeru Bajwa acted for her first debut in Punjabi film “Asa Nu Mann Watna Da” alongside of Harbhajan Mann. She has also worked with Jimmy Shergill, Amrinder Gill, Gippy Grewal, Diljit Dosanjh and Tarun Khanna.
Neeru Bajwa is currently paired up with Diljit Dosanjh her upcoming film “Jatt Romantic” directed by Dharmesh Darshan, the Bollywood director.
She appeared for her first Punjabi video in 2003 for Punjabi singer Kamal Heer for the famous song ‘Kainthe Wala’.She has also worked with different artists like Silinder Pardesi, Juggy D, Rishi Rich and was recently seen in Gippy’s music video ‘Daang’ for his recent album ‘Desi Rockstar”.
“Asa Nu Maan Watna Da”, “Dil Apna Punjabi”, “Munde U.K. De”, “Heer Ranjha”, “Mel Karade Rabba”, “Jatt & Juliet”, “Sadi Love Story”, “Jatt Romantic” and “Mitro-Mitro” are some of the punjabi movies listed under her name.
Neeru Bajwa was also awarded with Critics best actress PTC Punjabi Award for “Mel Karade Rabba”