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Nidhi Singh  With her flawless performance in the TVF Youtube series Permanent Roommates, she won won hearts all along. Her performance has been so wonderful that, today we know Nidhi Singh from her portrayal as Tanya in the web series. Nidhi shocked her family when she told them that she wanted to become an actress, since she comes from a very well-educated family. But today, her parents must be definitely proud of her acting skills.

Nidhi Singh (निधि सिंह)

Nidhi Singh

Nidhi Singh is an Indian television and film actress. She was known for her character as Tanya Nagpal in Permanent Roommates, an Indian web series created by The Viral Fever and Biswapati Sarkar in. In 2018 she appeared as Ayesha Kumar in the film Dil Juunglee alongside Taapsee Pannu and Saqib Saleem

Nidhi Singh Filmography

Year Title Character Language Note/Ref.
2013 Khuli Khidki Girl in the house English, Hindi Short
2013 The Drama of the Dagger Niharika English Short
2017 Long Live Brij Mohan Sweety Hindi
2018 Dil Juunglee Ayesha Kumar Hindi

 1 – Khuli Khidki

Khuli Khidki is a twisted take on Saki’s short story – The Open Window. While the story is well read and known the world over the twist in the end is the grand surprise.

Nidhi Singh


Based on a short story by Saki, ‘Open Window’, Khuli Khidki is a story of a young man who against his wishes is made to go to a small idyllic town in the outskirts of Mumbai. What he thinks will be a dull and boring affair ends up being a life changing experience.


 2 – The Drama of the Dagger

Brij Mohan Amar Rahe (transl. Long live Brij Mohan!) is an Indian Hindi-language action comedy film directed by Nikhil Bhat. The film stars Arjun Mathur, Nidhi Singh, Sheetal Thakur, Manav Vij, Sunny Hinduja, Vijayant Kohli and Yogendra Tikku in key roles

Nidhi Singh

Story line

Brij Mohan, a hosiery shop owner in a busy Delhi market, desperately wants to change his life. He is fed up of his ball-crusher wife and mounting debts.

In order to escape his wretched life, he changes his appearance and adopts a new identity as Amar Sethi, but ends up committing a botched up murder. He runs off with his young girlfriend, hopeful of making a new beginning. Instead, as luck would have it, he finds himself trapped in a web of his own Karma.

Brij Mohan Amar Rahe |​ ​Official​ ​Trailer​ ​[HD] | NetflixDil Juunglee (दिल जंगली)


3 – Dil Juunglee

Dil Juunglee (transl. The wild heart) is an Indian romantic comedy film written and directed by Aleya Sen. It stars Taapsee Pannu, Saqib Saleem, Abhilash Thapliyal, Nidhi Singh, Ayesha Kaduskar, Srishti Shrivastava and Santosh Barmola. It was released on 9 March 2018 

Nidhi Singh

Story line

Koroli Nair, the sole child of a London-based business tycoon, settles in Delhi to fulfil her ‘pursuit of happiness’. Much to her dad’s disappointment, she has no interest in upgrading herself as an entrepreneur & wants to settle down with a man and be a mother to her future kids.


She teaches English at the British Council in New Delhi which makes her feel content & satisfied in her own way.

Sumit Uppal, a typical Lajpat Nagar ‘launda’, wants to make it big as an actor in Bollywood. He works as the star trainer at a local gym & has clearly worked on his aesthetics & physique.

He is a highly ambitious chap with star-studded dreams of walking the red carpet, brushing shoulders with some of Bollywood’s finest.


A woman, an actor, must over come her fear of men in order to play the role of ‘Pallavi’, a character in a movie about the first (Indian) female serial killer of men. If she draws … See full summary »


Jagdish Metla (as Jagadish Medarametla)


Jagdish Metla (as Jagadish Medarametla)


Navdeep Singh, Nidhi Singh


A woman, an actor, must over come her fear of men in order to play the role of ‘Pallavi’, a character in a movie about the first (Indian) female serial killer of men.

If she draws inspiration from her own life in order to make sense of the words of her character, Pallavi, the killer, it only seems befitting that she will eventually kill, in her preparation. Who are we to call it murder when she insists it was all drama?


How is working on a film different from working on a web series?

It is very similar in terms of discipline and the amount of hard work involved. But with different locations and the number of people on the crew, movies take a shorter time to make.


You meet new people in every new film. It’s like going to a new class each time — you’ve got to befriend them, create a rapport. In a web series, since you are working with the same people over the seasons, you get to understand each other and develop familiarity. It’s more like working with friends.


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