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Bharti performing in Jhalak
July 3, 1986 |
Amritsar, Punjab, India
|Occupation||actor and stand-up comedian|
|Known for||Comedy, Acting|
Singh was the second runner-up of stand-up comedy reality series The Great Indian Laughter Challenge (Season 4) on STAR One, where she received acclaim for her stand-up comedy characters including a child character named "Lalli." She also appeared as a participant in Comedy Circus's 2010 series, Comedy Circus Ke SuperStars and Comedy Circus Ka Jadoo. And in 2011 she appeared in Jubilee Comedy Circus, Comedy Circus Ke Taansen and Comedy Circus Ka Naya Daur on Sony Entertainment Television.
Also in 2011, she acted in the TV series Pyaar Mein Twist on STAR Plus and later appeared as a contestant on the celebrity dance reality show, Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 5 (2012).In 2012 she hosted the television show Sau Saal Cinema Ke which telecasted on the 15th of December on Star Plus along with Karan Tacker,Ragini Khanna and Shruti Ulfat.She also appeared as a guest star on MasterChef India Season 3. 
She has been performing her stand-up acts over the years and has also been a nationally ranked in pistol shooting and archery.
|Year||Show||As a||Along with||Genre||Channel||Notes|
|2008||The Great Indian Laughter Challenge||Contestant||Standup comedy||STAR One||2nd Runner Up|
|2009||Comedy Circus 3 Ka Tadka||Contestant||Paresh Ganatra & Sharad Kelkar||Sony TV||N/A|
|2010||Comedy Circus Maha-Sangram||Contestant||Paresh Ganatra & Sharad Kelkar |
|2010||Comedy Circus Ke SuperStars||Contestant||Paresh Ganatra|
|2010||Comedy Circus Ka Jadoo||Contestant||Abhishek||Runner Up|
|2010||Jubilee Comedy Circus||Contestant||Manish Paul||Runner Up|
|2011||Comedy Circus Ke Taansen||Contestant||Abhijeet Sawant||Runner Up|
|2011||Comedy Circus Ka Naya Daur||Contestant||Siddarth Jadhav||Runner Up|
|2012||Kahani Comedy Circus Ki||Contestant||Siddarth Jadhav||withdraw|
|2012||Comedy Circus Ke Ajoobe||Contestant||Siddarth Jadhav & Vikas Giri||TBA|
|2012||Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 5||Contestant||Savio Barnes||Dance||Colors||
on September 22, 2012
|2012||F.I.R.||Police SP Kamsin Aaha||Comedy||SAB TV|
|2012||Bigg Boss 6||Guest||Reality||Colors|
The stand-up comedienne withdrew from the dance competition due to medical reasons, on September 22. She revealed that the real reason for her departure was to protest what she saw as Isha's unfair progress. While competing against Rashmi in the bottom two, Bharti stated that Isha's performances were worthless and proclaimed that she believed that the reality show had been rigged. She claimed Isha's progression in the competition from week to week without delivering any performances as proof that the contest was unfair. She told the media, “I want to see the rule book of the show because if Isha (Sharvani) can stay on the show without performing, why was I eliminated despite getting good number of votes and marks? I feel it was unfair that an exception was made for her when she dislocated her elbow, but not for me. I too performed despite being unwell." She added, “I was suffering from high fever on the episode where Kareena Kapoor visited the sets. Also, despite a severe back pain, I still chose to dance.” She was extremely unhappy that no contestant or judge supported her when the decision was made. “I was angry when I heard the result. I used to rehearse 8 to 10 hours daily, compromise on eating on time and go through stress. If the judges and channel wanted, they could have made an exception.”
|2011||New Talent Awards||Best New Actor in a Comic Role||Pyaar Mein Twist||Won|
|2012||Indian Television Academy Awards||Best Actress - Comedy||Kahani Comedy Circus Ki||Won|
|2012||People's Choice Awards India||Best Actress - Comedy||Kahani Comedy Circus Ki||Won|
|2013||Lions Gold Awards||Best Comedian (Female)||Kahani Comedy Circus Ki||Won|
- Ek Noor (2011) - Punjabi
- Yamle Jatt Yamle (2012) - Punjabi
- Khiladi 786 (2012)
- "Bharti Singh’s birthday surprise on Jhalak sets!". The Times of India. Jul 4, 2012.
- "She can dance too!". Hindustan Times. June 10, 2012. "“I’m extremely excited!” gushes the 26-year-old, .."
- "A dream come true for Bharti Singh". The Times of India. Jun 8, 2012.
- "Brave move". The Hindu. June 14, 2012.
- "Comedy Circus Mahasangram begins". The Times of India. Feb 6, 2010.
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