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Prem Babu Sharma
Actor Shama Sikandar  turned a Fashion Designer 
Actor Shama Sikandar has now taken the mantle of a fashionista. 
Along with acting she has moved into fashion designing too. “Indian women are so beautiful but most of the time, they do not know how to compliment their beauty with clothes properly. My designs are not just to cater to their high end design requirements but also to be their stylist. India has been treated as a second class destination by most of the international design houses because we tend to accept whatever is offered. My idea is to make Indian women demand the best and latest that is available for the other markets too. I have already been fashion conscious and people have complimented me on what I wear and how I wear. It is this fashion sense that will be part of my designs too,” comments Shama Sikandar.

Shama has played the role of Puja in serial YEH MERI LIFE HAI, was main lead Shunya in SEVEN of Yash Raj on Sony TV and has done few episode of Aahat. She had also participated in the reality show Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena with Vinod Kambli. Shama has been walking the ramp for elite designers like Ritu Kumar, Nisha Jamwal, Shaina NC and Neeta Lulla. “Currently I am also into learning to play Violin,” she laughs. Other hobbies are Dancing, Kick Boxing, Swimming and gyming.

Mahima Choudhury in past life was a teacher
Whether an extravagant film set or a humble charitable function, a performance at an award ceremony or a walk down the ramp, Mahima Choudhury exudes an aura of charm & grace. She has touched the audiences with her sizzling performances every time she has appeared on screen. But in her personal life, Mahima has been quite disturbed with her paranoia over speeding cars. Her fear with speeding cars is so deep that she lets her 3 yrs old daughter miss school if she cannot go and pick her up personally due the busy schedule.
With the desire to find reasons for such fixation Mahima underwent past life regression under Dr. Trupti Jayin on Raaz Pichhle Janam Ka on Imagine. During regression, Mahima found herself in a place called Ghoom in West Bengal in 1942. She was a teacher and lived happily with her family comprising of her parents & younger brother. Life was quite smooth sailing for her until one day when Mahima while driving downhill with her family met with a fatal accident. Her death in her past life was so sudden that she didn’t even feel the pain before she died.. Raaz Pichhle Janam Ka on Saturday, November 27 at 9:00 pm on Imagine.