Dhami was born on 10 January 1985 to a family in, where she studied. She attended Mary Immaculate Girl's High School and also went to Mumbai's Mithibai College from where she has a degree in. Before entering into modelling, Dhami was a Dhami belongs to a conservative family.
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According to her interview in, she said: When I got the offer to dance in a music video. I had to seek permission from ten different family members including my closest relatives. It was my cousin who supported me, convinced everyone and still stands by me whenever I have to take a decision on my career front. So it's not been so easy for me but my family's support is always with me.' Career Start of her career and debut show (2007–11).
Dhami began her career in modeling with print and television advertisements before debuting in the entertainment industry with her appearance in the music video for 'Saiyyan Dil Mein Aana Re' followed by 'Humko Aaj Kal Hai', 'Teri Meri Nazar Ki Dori' and a Punjabi music video 'Nachle Soniyo Tu' and worked in advertisements like with Saif Ali Khan, Lion Honey, Pulimoottil Silks, RKS Grand (Shopping Mall), VIP Bags, and jewellery. Dhami got her first role was in the Star One show, where she portrayed Dr. She then appeared as the female lead on the STAR One show. Dhami got recognition with her portrayal of the character Geet in Geet - Hui Sabse Parayi. Madhubala and breakthrough role (2012–present) Dhami also made a brief appearance through her dance performance for the show. She then played the lead role in the Colors TV serial opposite to Vivian Dsena from 2012 to 2014.
She won the sixth season of Indian dance reality show alongside choreographer. In June 2014, Dhami for a short duration hosted the seventh season of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa. She is the brand ambassador of MATRIX India's hair colour brand, SoColor. In 2015, Dhami played the roles of Rani Gayatri and Savitri on the show on.
She left the show in May 2016. While playing the role of Gayatri, Dhami said: 'I do feel a little under pressure since ‘Madhubala’ was such a success. But I am also looking forward to seeing my fans’ reaction to my new show. Even my family and friends are very excited,' 'It found it difficult to speak in the dialect which people spoke at that time. That was challenging. Other than that, I did not have any issues with the role.' In 2016, she was also part of a called I Don't Watch TV along with many TV celebrities.
In November 2016, Dhami began playing Naina Batra, the lead in the series and 's which aired on. She was paired opposite. The show went off air in June 2017. In 2016, Dhami was in the short film The Change.
During an interview, Dhami said that she will not going to do kissing and bold scenes on screen, when asked the reason she told that this is her personal choice as she is not comfortable with it. Much of her work in television serials has been in romance-themed shows. As of June 2018, she is playing the role of Nandini, a victim of, in the serial on.
A critic from praised her, saying that she is equally good as the television actress who also portrayed a victim of domestic violence. In Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka and Geet Huye Sab Se Parai, Dhami portrayed two times on screen wife of. Other appearances Dhami made an appearance on 's reality show Big Money: Chota Parda Bada Game in 2010. She later in the same year was a part of another reality show,.
In 2011, Dhami (along with her Geet co-actor, ) made a guest dance performance on & 's for a special Holi episode. Later in July 2011, she made an dance performance on and later in December 2011, Dhami then made an appearance on and danced along with on the last episode which aired Abhay & Pia's wedding. In July 2012, Dhami made a guest appearance on 's Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha to promote her show Madhubala. In March 2013, she made an guest appearance on to support her brother Jaisheel Dhami & her sister in law who were contestants on the show.
In June 2014, Dhami was seen on 's and later made another appearance in. In September 2015, she was seen as a guest contestant on the eighth season of to support. Other work Dhami was the brand ambassador for Canvironment Week 2011 and 2013 to support the cause of 'Save Our Planet'. In 2016, she was part of the Swachh Survekshan 2017 Initiative for an environmentally cleaner India. Dhami was also the captain for Team 'D' Celebrity Championship 2016, where six teams comprising 78 television personalities competed to help kids in need of education and food. She won, and received an award from 'I HELP A KID.COM' Celebrity Championship. In 2017, Dhami became the brand ambassador of Bajaj Brahmi Amla Ayurvedic Hair oil.
Personal life. On 21 February 2015, Dhami married businessman Neeraj Khemka., also an actress, is married to her elder brother Jaisheel Dhami. Dhami said that her in-laws are very supportive when it comes to her work. In the media The media has praised her acting skills by giving the title of 'Queen of Expression'.
Called her 'Numero Uno' actress on television. Dhami is also known for her style and fashion sense.
Dhami is among the highest earning television actresses in India. In 2011, she was voted the most desirable woman on television in polls conducted by TellyChakkar.com. Dhami was included in second place on 'Television's Top 10 Actresses' list. Dhami also included in the top nine list of Indian television most stylish on-screen actress by Rediff. The UK-based newspaper placed her in their '50 Sexiest Asian Women' list.
In 2012, Eastern Eye placed her at twelfth position. Thereafter she remained in the top three spots for three consecutive years, listed at the third spot in 2013, the second spot in 2014, the third spot in 2015, the fourth spot in 2016, and sixth spot in 2017. Dhami included in list of 100 Sexiest women of 2014 at 10th place. In 2016, Dhami was nominated in 'Sexiest Woman' list by FHM India. Dhami was listed eight among the '35 Hottest Actresses In Indian Television' by, an Indian lifestyle website for men.
She was ranked in 38th position in 's 2014 list of '50 Most Desirable Women'. According to the survey in India in 2017, Dhami was voted as desirable woman opposite to in the list. Dhami received an offer to participate in but she rejected it. During her dance performance on, film maker compared Dhami to film actress.
Filmmaker complimented Dhami by saying that she is better than when she performed in the song 'Halkat Jawani' from the film on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6. She is also known as Madhubala from her serial.
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