Season 3 Episode 9: A very successful Silicon Valley web designer, hip and savvy, in touch and in tune with the times, and a member of the Board of New Amsterdam. When Max (Ryan Eggold) comes to her with a request, she’s initially wary. When he lays out his plan for New Amsterdamand the changes it could positively effect, however, she is genuinely happy to throw her expertise behind it.
Season 2: Episode 204 Chris McQueen. Episode 206 The Hour Glass. Episode 208 The Lake House. Chitra Surinam ( Recurring FBI Agent ); A high Ranking officer at the FBi, she had to struggle against the "boys club" nature of the organization. She worries about a younger officer whom she sees herself in, and tries to give advice.
Prisha- A Bollywood actress turned American citizen and mom, a progressive Indian woman contrary to most raised back in her country. She is feminist to the point of being volatile. Raised in a sexist, patriarchal Indian society she has always had to fight for her freedom since she was 15 years old. ( Sweta is also a Co-Producer and Co-Creator for Struggle City )
The Blacklist; Episode 415- 'Apothecary'; Maura (Principle) James Spader's trusted associate. She's concerned for him after he's posioned and needs help finding the bottle of wine that did.
“ The Good Friend” ( 2016 ) A bilingual short film directed by Kailash Gandhi, screenplay by Suhaas Shetty on Sony Liv.
A Hindi short film about undying love, undying hatred, dying humanity and the costs involved to keep up. Sweta plays Dipti, the lost love of the lead Ashok Chaudhry ( Orange is the new black, The distance between us) that keeps haunting him pushing him to do dreadful things.
In Hats Off Productions Award Winning highest rated Prime Time daily Show on star Plus that ran for over 6 years, Sweta played Avantika a progressive thinking, new daughter-in-law in a typical traditional nuclear Gujarati ( Agarwal ) Household. Her role as a lawyer and a wife started with shades of grey and moved onto the most loved and respected in the family when she fought against her Brother-in-laws who were party to a heinous rape committed in their very house during the festival of spring-Holi. This role won her many accolades, award nominations in many categories and made her a household name in India.
In Balaji Telefilms Award winning highest rated Prime Time daily Show on star Plus that ran for over 6 years, Sweta played Avantika a progressive thinking, new daughter-in-law in a typical traditional nuclear Gujarati ( Agarwal ) Household. Her role as a lawyer and a wife started with shades of grey and moved onto the most loved and respected in the family when she fought against her Brother-in-laws who were party to a heinous rape committed in their very house during the festival of spring-Holi. This role won her many accolades, award nominations in many categories and made her a household name in India.
In Aroona Irani's weekly soap, the first 1 hour weekly in the history of Indian TV, Sweta gave a new face to the term wicked. Revitalizing the look, and reinventing the feel of a negative role, Sweta's character, Anu, came to define the obsessive lover- willing to go to any length to attain her adored. Unseen before, Sweta added depth and class to the character making her truly unforgettable, securing the actor numerous accolades and nominations two years in a row.
Making her International film debut alongside such seasoned actors as Parvin Dabbas (Monsoon Wedding), Emily Hamilton (Victims), and Murli Sharma (Main Hoon Na), Sweta plays Vinita in Producer/Writer/Director Kruti Majmudar's (Rien De Rien) upcoming 19th century The Memsahib. A mysterious and forward thinking Indian princess, Sweta's character helps her brother's new English bride realize her responsibilities as a queen in a foreign land. With Production Assistance provided by the acclaimed director, producer and writer Dana Offenbach (Andre Royo's Big Scene), the film highlights Sweta's ability to (seemingly effortlessly) step into the more subtle, and yet no less expressive, world of International Cinema.
Nach Baliye Season 3 - India's biggest Celebrity Dance Reality show on Star Plus, gave Sweta the opportunity to showcase her dancing abilities.Her weekly performances ranged from Classical Indian to Modern Contemperory and were awarded audience votes that carried her to the Semi- Final round !!!
Never seen before, Sweta doing Stand-Up comedy and pulling pranks on the unsuspecting wearing prosthetic make up for disguise !!! What followed was a hilarious weekly battle of wits on Star Plus along with many stalwarts from Film and Television.
Glamorous, gorgeous, progressive thinking, independent, and kind, no wonder everyone is in love with Juhi (Sweta). The Salsa teacher who’s just arrived from the US is the object of everyone’s attention, and the four boys of the Mohalla are literally falling over each other to catch her eye. But there is more to Juhi than anyone suspects and the mysterious circumstances that brought her to the Mohalla are only beginning to come clear.
This series by Dipti Bhatnagar productions featured on Sony Sab Tv From Monday’s to Friday’s everyday at 8pm.
Sweta plays Laila, the beautiful wife of Anil (Milind Gunaji), an older man and the owner of a Gas Station. On a dusty afternoon, Andy (Manmit Gulzaar of the Meet Brothers recording artists) meets Anil on the Expressway. Soon the two are friends, Anil gives Andy a job, welcomes him into his home, and introduces him to his wife. But it isn’t long before Laila uncovers the past Andy has been hiding, and skillfully uses his secret to her advantage. She’s got a secret of her own and a plan to get what she desires, but she needs Andy… That is, until Sachin (Abhimanyu Singh), Andy’s ex-partner arrives – both know how to open a safe - Either one will do fine. But when the unexpected happens and her plans begin to crumble, she’ll need all her cunning just to come out alive. Written by Vandana Pant, and directed by Arvond Singh, this gritty and intelligent thriller full of twists and turns also stars Murli Sharma (Main Hoon Na), features music by Sonu Nigam, and includes a dance performance by Sweta.
Sweta plays Laila, the beautiful wife of Anil (Milind Gunaji), an older man and the owner of a Gas Station. On a dusty afternoon, Andy (Manmit Gulzaar of the Meet Brothers recording artists) meets Anil on the Expressway. Soon the two are friends, Anil gives Andy a job, welcomes him into his home, and introduces him to his wife. But it isn’t long before Laila uncovers the past Andy has been hiding, and skillfully uses his secret to her advantage.
Sweta's Debut in Indian Cinema came in critically acclaimed director Rajat Mukherjee's (Road) Love In Nepal. Playing the strong headed, focused, and tomboyish Sandhya, the actress lent depth to the character, portraying the divorced and platonically devoted friend of the male lead (Abby played by Sonu Nigam). Khalid Mohammed, a critic noteworthy for his scathing comments, referred to her performance as one of a few bright sparks in Love In Nepal, adding Sweta Keswani is extremely confident.
Sweta, with fellow host Romanchak Arora, updated viewers every week on the latest news, views, glamour, gossip, trivia, trends, fashion, and behind the scenes events in the lives of their favorite stars. Pardey Ke Peechey by Contiloe Films was Star Plus's first television show that took viewers close to their favorite stars every Saturday on Star Plus.
Produced by Matrix Media, Bollywood Aur Kya Special was a face-to-face chat on Sahara One with your favorite bollywood stars just before their films’ Friday releases. Among loads of other things Sweta found out their funny and exciting experiences, their worst fears, their struggles, and what they thought would make their film click at the box office. Sweta got personal with your favorite actors every Friday.
Sweta, along with fellow co-host Nasir Khan, brought viewers the funniest poets and most entertaining celebrity judges from all over India. A huge hit overseas, contestant's battled it out for laughs every Sunday on Smile TV (Zee TV in UAE, UK, US).
A short film about the loss of a loved one and the sometimes irreversible trauma it causes.