Karishma Tanna Bangera is an Indian actress, model, and news anchor who was born on December 21, 1983. She primarily appears in Hindi-language movies and TV shows. She made her debut on television in Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi in 2001. Her most well-known roles are in Qayamat Ki Raat and Naagin 3. In 2014, she participated in Bigg Boss 8 and came in first runner-up. She also participated in a number of reality television programmes, such as Nach Baliye 7 and Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 9. (2015). She took part in and won Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 10 in 2020.
The initial years
Tanna was born into a Gujarati household on December 21, 1983. She is very close to her mother, who lives with her; her father passed away in October 2012.
Dosti: From 2000 to 2006, Friends Forever and acting debut
Tanna’s role as Indu in the Balaji Telefilms soap opera Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi marked her television debut in 2012.
She then made an appearance on Kahi To Milenge.
Tanna portrayed Krutika, the show’s female protagonist, on television. Later, she had an appearance in Ek Ladki Anjaani Si, as the evil Ayesha. Tanna made her Bollywood debut in the 2005 movie Dosti: Friends Forever as Nandini Thapar.
Tanna has additionally appeared in television commercials for companies including Nirma, Stayfree, and Lifebuoy.
She appeared in Pyaar Ke Do Naam: Ek Raadha, Ek Shyaam by Rajshri Productions. In September 2006, Tanna made her acting debut in the Hinglish romantic comedy Perfect Wedding directed by Vandana Sajnani. The piece was inspired by the British play of the same name by Robin Howdon.
Larry Needlemeyer A small part was played by Larry Needlemeyer in The Amazing World of Gumball. He had a general dislike for the Watterson family prior to the Pizza incidents, but after they apologise for upsetting him and causing him to resign from every job, he alters his opinion. Despite his best efforts to keep all of his employment, Larry has been dismissed at least once. He was known as Lazy Larry and was thought to be Elmore’s laziest person before Richard stole that distinction in the summer of 1983.
Larry is a serious, dedicated person who is not easily convinced. He works multiple jobs in the Elmore region, from cashier to store clerk, and is excellent at each one. However, he either accidentally shoots himself on a number of these instances or is encouraged to do so by a Watterson family member. However, “The Laziest” shows that Larry has a history of being unmotivated. He seems to be a forgiving person, as evidenced in “The Pizza.” He frequently exhibits symptoms of sleep deprivation, typically as a result of working both day and night shifts.
He is engaged to Karen, and it is a recurrent joke in the programme that he wants to pop the question to Karen but is unable to do so because of events that are out of his control. It has already happened in The Laziest, The Goons, The Shippening, and on Anais’ Flickr, if this is considered canon.
Larry claims to work at The Schooling and make $7 an hour.
In The Night, he claims he doesn’t sleep, but in The Question, he claims it’s a typical part of his day.
As seen in The Finale, he works a variety of professions to make up for the Wattersons’ destruction.
The restraining order Larry has against the Watterson family is also mentioned in the finale.