The 34-year actor debuted with the teenage drama Dhoom Mache Dhoom in the year 2007. Long time, right? She was seen as a love interest of Vikrant Massey in the show. Sriti Jha is an avid reader. Sriti Jha has a Bachelor of Arts in English and is seen in Spoken fest many times, guiding teenagers to deal with real-life problems. She loves reading and her love for books and reading is seen scrolling her personal life.
Sriti Jha is an Indian actress who appears in Indian soap operas. She rose to prominence with her role as Pragya Arora in Kumkum Bhagya. She won the Indian Telly Award for Best Actress in a Lead Role, ITA Award for Best Actress in Drama series and Gold Award for Best Actress in a Lead Role for Kumkum Bhagya
In January 2021, Jha recited a poem “Confessions Of An Asexual Romantic”, during the 2020 Kommune India Spoken Fest, in which she spoke about how the life of an asexual might be and how there is a lack of freedom in India when it comes to talking about one’s sexuality. She also recited two more poems regarding people with different sexual preferences and the problems they face such as “Choodiyaan” which talks about a gay male, and “Chaabi Gum Gai Hai”, based on a lesbian female. In one of her most well-received storytelling Poetries “It’s Pehla Pyaar Every Time”, she talks about how every time we fall in love, it feels as if it’s the first time. Her other works such as “To Like? Or To Love?” differentiate between loving and liking and how liking is free of boundaries while love is limiting. Jha’s first open letter “A letter to myself” is about what she wants to tell her 15-year-old self in the past and that we should never compromise under any circumstance. In this collaboration with ITC Vivel, Jha inspires women to uncondition, challenge stereotypes and go forth to fulfil their dreams with confidence and say out loud, “Ab Samjhauta Nahin”. She also presented a poem “Cheesy Stupid Ishq” as a narrator a day before Valentine’s Day in 2021. Jha also revealed that she is asexual.