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Jamshedpur girl enters into popular TV show �KundaliBhagya�

It�s lights, camera, action for Steel City born young talent

Jamshedpur, March 25 : Her indomitable spirit and her extraordinary journey from small city Jamshedpur to tinsel town Mumbai is an inspiration for many. Her eyes tell tales of her road to success. Meet talented youngster Coral Bhamra, who is making her presence felt in the world of acting.

 After proving her talent in different web series, she has entered the popular show of Balaji Telefilms, �KundaliBhagya� that beams on Zee TV. She has been roped in to play the role of Tanvi a girl who plays love triangle in developing love story of Sameer (Abhishek Kapur) and Srishti (Anjum Fakih).

�My journey in Mumbai has been a roller coaster ride. After series of auditions, I was lucky enough to bag the role in popular TV soap �KundaliBhagya�. My role is on the air and I have received overwhelming reponse,� said Coral, speaking this correspondent from Mumbai.

�I have had my share of struggle in the city of dreams. Being a non-filmy background was a challenge but I believed in my dreams. I took my in several rounds of auditions. Standing in queue, I could see much prettier girls than me trying their luck but this didn�t deter my spirit. I gave my best and bagged the role,� recollected Coral.     

A student of Scared Heart Convent School, Coral moved to Bangalore for higher studies. After her graduation from Natya Institute of Kathak and Choreography, she headed to Mumbai.

�Let me share something unique about me. I started as a dancer. Before an actor I am a dancer at core of my heart. From school to college life, I participated in several events and showcased my dancing skills. This helped me to face audience and prove my worth,� recalled the young actor, who has oodles of confidence.

After setting her foot in Mumbai, she joined AnupamKher�s school for actors. �During the course, there was a time in my life I realised my objectives. I was meant to be in front of the camera which led to my moving to Mumbai, and it was not that easier than I thought. After completion acting school, she started participating in different auditions. During these years, she did web series and latter bagged a role in �KundaliBhagya�. 

� I am really satisfied the way things have moved. My parents have been very supportive and would like to explore more into acting. I am not interested in moving around the trees but want to prove myself as an actor in different platforms,� said Coral.

Her father Ravi Bhamra is a businessman and mother NeeluBhamra is beautician. The family stays at Mango.  

Sharing her share of experience so far Coral said Mumbai has been idolised as the quintessential city of dreams and dream-makers. But there’s a price to be paid � learning to live in small spaces, travelling crazy distances or trying to fit into its cosmopolitan culture.

� I am happy the way things have moved. I believe in what Paulo Coelho says in The Alchemist: �When you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.’ I have always worked on my dreams,� signed off Coral, with a smile.

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