The feisty bahus of the small screens are getting younger and younger. But the best part is that they are becoming even more talented than their older counterparts. We celebrate their powerful acting and charm by listing out the most memorable teen bahus of the small screen. Take a look:
The 17-year-old actress is also an author. Whoa! But it’s her super role as Veera that has the country talking about Digangana. She plays the fierce half-sister in the acclaimed series, Ek Veer Ki Ardaas…Veera. Despite the constant fights with Baldev, Ranvijay, Karan and the rest of the gang, she never loses her cool. She can make anything work out, thanks to her quick thinking and smart attitude!
As Rachna, Mahima has shown immense courage in handling the various issues related to love, marriage, joint families, and meddling elders. She is truly an inspiration to every young bahus-to-be.
When she shot to fame as the cute child bride of Balika Vadhu, we knew she would make it big in the years to come. And the pretty girl didn’t disappoint as she is acing her role as ‘Roli’ on Sasural Simar Ka. We can’t wait to see her transition into films soon because she can totally make that work as well.
Bubbly and vivacious, TV’s favourite chulbuli girl lends her shows a unique flavour. She is also quite spontaneous and outgoing, making her the perfect fit for both youth-based shows and saas bahu sagas.
Starring as Anmol in one of the most hatke love stories of our times, Zalak showed us how to ace emotional scenes like a pro. From her controlled acting to nuanced romance, she didn’t make it feel like her maiden role. Even though the show was short-lived, her role was well appreciated.
As the quiet, yet brave bahu Sugna, Vibha burst on our TV screens with the wildly popular Balika Vadhu. Even though the character was of a naïve woman, her gumption made her one of the most loved characters of the small screen.
As the larger-than-life Avni, Kanchi has shown us the various flavours of love and love stories. From warring with her partner to falling for him despite their clashes, she sets a fine example of a woman of our generation.
With a house full of family members, it’s rather difficult to not let misunderstandings creep in. But Chandni’s Amita and now Sanjana made sure that no such thing happened. She showed us what being unbiased was all about and how an ideal bahu treats her extended family.
She had one of the most challenging roles to portray on the small screen, that of a shot-heighted girl seeking a suitable groom. But that didn’t stop her character from holding her own. She might have made a compromise in marrying the groom, but she definitely didn’t let him come in the way of her life choices.
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