Juggan Kazim grew up in Lahore. She went to Grammar School, then to Kinnaird College for her FA and then… then she popped-up on the Zoo TV Beanbag Show. Right ?.
Juggan Kazim finished High School in Pakistan and then she went to college in Canada. She changed her name and did a few commercials, print modeling, stage plays and then did movies (WHAT! ?, she changed her name ?). Yeah, she did. She changed it to Jay Kazim. Actually, come to think of it, a smart move. She starts in Pakistan with a clean slate. You can read all about it in her interview on Spotlight, among other places.
Now about her movie(s). It’s a critically acclaimed Anglo-Indian production, called “Pink Ludoos” released in 2005. It is also set to be released under the name of “Sweet Destiny” in 2008. The writer is a Sikh girl with a Christian name, the director is an indian-born, canadian-settled desi. Then you’ve got a pretty Pakistani girl in the leading role, playing a hindu. A real mix fruit chat, if you will.
Juggan is playing the role of a horny, free-spirited girl (slut), who gets pregnant with triplets from her desi pot-smoking lover, played by an indian actor named Jazz Mann. She is abandoned by her family and decides to take care of business on her own. Hurray! for single teen mothers. Now you know why it was critically acclaimed. They just finished giving an Oscar to Juno, and Juggan is far hotter than that Ellen Page.
The film won a handful of awards. It was compared with Bend It Like Bekham and Bhaji On The Beach. You can read it’s reviews on MyBindi, Boloji, Asian Media Org, Hyphen Magazine, Play and Praxis Film. But if you want to see a trailer, you can get a little taste of it here.
Juggan Kazim is humping a guy in a parked car. She is french kissing him elsewhere in the movie and who-knows-what-else in between. You’ll just have to beg, borrow, or steal the movie to find out. Who knew, eh ?.