Cricketer Yuvraj Singh’s life partner Hazel Keech best reminisces for her character in Sallu Bhai’s super hit flick Bodyguard and for being a part of the superhit reality show Bigg Boss 7.
In addition, Mrs Singh has also worked in the globe’s most enduring franchise too.
Long before Hazel entered the world of acting in India, she was a student at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. As a kid artist, she worked in 3 Harry Potter flicks.
Hazel Keech disclosed this at Miss Field Show where she stated that she was part of 3 super hit flicks with the main cast Emma Watson (Hermoine), Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter), and Rupert Grint (Ron).
She acted in the first film of the franchise, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, accompanied by Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets and Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban.
While talking on her experience acting in the Harry Potter franchises, she stated, “It was so amazing. They are so professional in the west. And it’s like they take details so seriously. They have teachers and tutors because kids under 16 have to do their lessons and bring in their homework. For each child, they would have a Polaroid to make sure that your hair and makeup were exactly the same. Even the capes that we wore that had inner pockets for wand and broom.”
Calling it the superlative experience of her profession, she stated, “I was loving it. Everyone was so respecting. And everyone was happy to be a part of that project. I can easily say this was the best experience of my professional career.”
After years of dating, Hazel tied the nuptial knot to Yuvraj Singh in the year 2016.
Hazel also discussed many things ranging from her romantic kinship with Yuvi to her profession and the experience of the love relation after marriage.
The actress picked Yuvraj’s spectacular 150 against England in Cuttack, during January last year as her beloved knock by her partner. She was cheering hubby in the stands when the superb player hit the runs together with MS Dhoni (134) to seal a 15-run triumph for India.
Yuvi last played for his country during June last year against West Indies in an ODI. He is presently playing for Punjab in the continuing Vijay Hazare Trophy.