Abigail Jain (born February 27, 1992) is an Indian Television actress best known for her role as Kakoon in the Hindi television drama Kya Dill Mein Hai and as Madhu in Sajan Ghar Jaana Hai.
Abigail Jain was born in Mumbai. In a short span of time she got her first break with Balaji Telefilms and she attained a lot of success in Hindi serial. She got the main lead role of Kakoon in Balaji Telefilms serial Kya Dill Mein Hai on 9X. She is also doing another serial to where she plays a cameo as Gitika in another Balaji Telefilms serial on Star Plus. She have before also been a contestant of dance reality shows like Kaun Jeetege Bollywood Ka Ticket on 9X and Nachle Ve With Saroj Khan where she played as a contestant on NDTV Imagine.
Abigail Jain was born in Mumbai, India. She was born in Mumbai, India and still lives in Mumbai. She was born to Faylene Jain and Rajiv Jain. Her father Rajiv Jain is a very famous and known Bollywood cinematographer, he has done many movies, ads, videos and many other things. Abigail has a younger sister named Kimberly who is also an actress, she did her debut in Balaji Telefilms new hit serial bandini on NDTV Imagine where she plays the role of virba.
Abigail Jain got her first break with Balaji Telefilms Dil Mein Hai
This passionate drama is about a Bengali girl, Kaakon, who loses her heart to the man of her dreams.The lovely Abigail, Ekta Kapoor’s new find, plays the lead role of a girl named Kaakon (Abigail), who goes against her parents’ wishes and marries the handsome Rahul Punj. Kaakon’s marriage has in store for her a lot of surprises that will take her through a roller coaster ride, but nothing will stop her from loving the man of her dreams, for she firmly believes in love against all odds. The drama depicts the journey of this Indian woman as she faces life’s realities. It portrays her as a strong and brave woman who, when put through trying times, will go against her inherited traditional values to fight for her rights. Kya Dill Mein Hai is about setting yourself free and moving ahead in today’s India. Says Abigail, “I am delighted and fortunate to have got the biggest break anybody could ever have got – with Ekta Kapoor and with 9X. I love the story of Kya Dill Mein Hai, and I am looking forward to the wonderful role I have got to play as Kaakon.”
So join Kaakon in her journey in this gripping story of Love, Sacrifice and Betrayal.
Kya Dill Mein Hai (2007-2008) 9X
Lux Kaun Jeetega Bollywood Ka Ticket (2008) 9X
Tujh Sang Preet Lagai Sajna (2008-2009) STAR Plus
Sajan Ghar Jaana Hai (2009-2010) STAR Plus
Bandini (TV series) (2010) NDTV Imagine
Dil Se Diya Vachan (2010-2011) Zee TV
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