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Juhi Chawla has been living out of a suitcase for quite some time now. She has been busy juggling between Mumbai for her professional commitments and social endeavours, the UK where her kids are currently studying, and her family home in Uganda.

Starring Juhi Chawla Mehta and Shah Rukh Khan, the film Yes Boss (1997) is remembered, even now, as one of Bollywood's most entertaining works.

Actor Juhi Chawla has played various roles ranging from a lovestruck college girl, a spoiled rich brat to a caring mother. However, after 25 years of a successful career, she is still up for new challenges and genres.

Actor Juhi Chawla's 17- year-old daughter, Jhanvi, recently made headlines when she was present at the Indian Premier League auction bagging the best players.

Having worked in the film industry for more than 25 years, Juhi Chawla could surely teach Bollywood's young brigade a thing or two about acting.

Actor Juhi Chawla was last seen on the big screen as the menacing and wicked Sumitra Devi in the Anubhav Sinha-produced Gulaab Gang (2014).

Juhi Chawla has a lot to look forward to in the coming year. The actor, who will celebrate her birthday tomorrow, has a big release - Gulaab Gang - lined up.

The actress has been signed on for The Hundred Foot Journey, a Steven Spielberg production to be directed by Lasse Hallstrom. The film is based on the Richard C Morais' novel by the same name.

Known to have mostly played bubbly characters throughout her career, Juhi Chawla will be seen in a negative role for the first time in director Soumik Sen's directorial debut, Gulaab Gang.

Juhi Chawla has been working in the entertainment industry for more than three decades and has acted in almost a 100 films, but the actor says she feels like a newcomer when she faces the camera for a new project.

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