Suvarna Jha is a quite familiar name on the small screen now. She catapulted to fame with the character portrayal of the obsessive lover Mishti in the Balaji love-saga `Kaisa Yeh Pyar Hai`. Recently she is seen essaying the character of the malicious daughter-in-law Tripti in the most popular Balaji soap `Kyunki Saans Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi`. She has not only made headlines with her acting prowess but has also managed to attract a considerable fan following. Earlier he has worked behind the scenes for a couple of years in a variety of arenas. She was also an assistant director at one point of time. It was Farah Khan, the daughter of the yesteryear Bollywood actor Sanjay Khan who offered her role in a show titled `Jannat` which was broadcasted on Channel Nine Gold. She played the character of Zoya in that Muslim social drama. Soon after she was offered a role in `Dekho Magar Pyar Se`, which was to be aired on the Star Plus channel.
It was the character of Mishti, which brought the gifted actress Suvarna Jha to the limelight. She got the role by sheer luck and did not have to do the audition for it. Since that time she has become a household name. Before her track in the soap came to an end she was offered a role in `Kyunki Saans Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi`. Her character of Tripti has become a huge hit with the audience and the revelation scene where she was seen hatching evil plans along with another daughter-in-law in the Virani household named Mohini (played by Tasneem Sheikh) was quite a shock for the audience. She had just joined the `Kyunki` team for a cameo, which was supposed to last for 2 months but fortunately her character become so much involved with the audience that she was made to stay for a long time. When she is asked what is the difference between both the soaps she claims that the former one was a new show and she took much time develop her own identity while the later one is like a well-oiled machine.
About her personal life Suvarna Jha claims that she was a horribly spoilt child since her childhood. Her parents are divorced and they both put up separately in Delhi and Dehra Dun respectively. When she shifted to Mumbai her life became much better. She learnt the art of appreciating things and started caring more about money, which she never used to do earlier. About her personal interests she loves watching films and reading books. She is very fond of traveling as well. She also believes that Iqbal Khan is the hottest man on television. She also shares a great rapport with her co-stars. She also does not believe in any particular religion and spiritualism. She worships all Gods equally. This innately endowed actress has a long way to go before she quits the profession of acting.