Rose Dawn (born 28 February 1987), better known by her stage name Hazel Keech and married name Gurbasant Kaur, is a British−Mauritian film actress and model who has appeared in Indian television programs and films. She has appeared in Billa and Bodyguard as well as in a Suzuki advertisement. She danced in the Frankfinn Music remix item number “Kahin Pe Nigahaen”. She appeared in the reality television programme Bigg Boss 7 in 2013.
Keech was born on 28 February 1987 in Essex, England, to a British father and an Indo-Mauritian Hindu mother of Bihari ancestry. She did her schooling at Beal High School in Redbridge, London, where she performed in stage shows and learned various forms of dance including Indian classical, British dance and western contemporary.
Keech became involved in television, film and stage. She danced in the British programme Agatha Christie’s Marple. The BBC documentary show Call The Shots showed her working in Hindi films. She joined the team of the Bollywood musical Bombay Dreams for their London promotional tour in 2002 and sang in the choir of the West End musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat the following year. She was an extra in several of the Harry Potter films.
In 2005, while holidaying in Mumbai, she received work offers and decided to stay and pursue a modelling and acting career in India. Keech then appeared in various music videos as “Kahin Pe Nigahen” as well as many TV commercials, such as Vivel by ITC, and the Sprite ‘University of Freshology’ commercial. Keech appeared in the 2007 Tamil film Billa, where she performed an item number in the song “Sei Ethavathu”. In 2011, she played a supporting role in the Hindi film Bodyguard produced by Atul Agnihotri and directed by Siddique. She also performed an item number titled “Aa Ante Amlapuram” in the film Maximum. She performed a song, “Chal Chal Chal”, in the film Krishnam Vande Jagadgurum (2012).