- Simran in ‘Son of Manjeet Singh’ (2018)
Simran’s character stands as a beacon of empathy and support in the heart-warming tale of ‘Son of Manjeet Singh’. Her unwavering belief in her family and the emotional stability she provides in their lives adds a touch of realism and warmth to the narrative.
2. Teg in ‘Sufna’ (2020)
Teg’s dreamy-eyed romance and resilience against societal norms made ‘Sufna’ a tale of love that resonated deeply with the audience. Her character’s depth showcased the myriad of emotions one undergoes when in love, making Teg unforgettable.
3. Roop in ‘Bajre Da Sitta’ (2022)
Tania breathed life into Roop, capturing the essence of a spirited village belle. Her lively portrayal added color and zest to the narrative, making the film a delightful watch.
4. Ronak in ‘Lekh’ (2021)
Ronak stands out as the epitome of compassion in ‘Lekh’. Tania’s portrayal showcased the beauty of selflessness, making Ronak’s character a comforting presence in the movie’s intricate storyline.
5. Rimple in ‘Oye Makhna’ (2022)
Rimple’s tale of ambition and resilience serves as an inspiration. Her journey from a dreamer to achieving her aspirations proved that with determination, anything is possible.
6. Binder in ‘Mitran Da Naa Chalda’ (2022)
Binder’s vibrant energy and go-getter attitude are infectious. Her character is a testament to Tania’s ability to slip into roles that exude positivity and sheer willpower.
7. Nikko in “Goday Goday Chaa”
Nikko is not just a scripted character; she’s a reflection of every woman who dares to dream and achieves her aspirations. Tania’s nuanced performance transforms Nikko into a relatable figure, making the audience not just watch her journey but live it with her.
In conclusion, Tania’s five years in Punjabi cinema have been nothing short of a cinematic feast. Her choice of diverse roles and impeccable acting skills have solidified her position as a leading lady in the industry. As she celebrates this milestone, we can only anticipate more spellbinding performances from her in the years to come.