Muskan Jattana, better known as Moose Jattana, is an NRI social media influencer who works for the well-being of egalitarianism (gender equality) and socio-political issues. She came into the limelight through a TikTok account that broadcasted the clips of her stand-up videos on social issues. Muskan believes in spreading awareness among Indian society, especially youth about various social issues. She is an active supporter of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and questioning community (LGBTQ) and also participates in their events on regular basis. Muskan became a well-known face of social media platforms which gained her popularity within a short period.
BIOGRAPHY OF MOOSE JATTANA
Moose was born on 15 October 2001 in Melbourne, Australia. Her hometown is in Mohali, Punjab. Her friends and family members call her with the name Moose. Moose’s Zodiac sign is Libra. She travelled a lot when she was a child. After her birth in Melbourne, her family moved to India after she was 7. After that, she lived in her hometown Mohali where they lived for over six years. After the age of 13, she moved to Australia where she attended 4 schools (1 in India and 3 in Australia) due to her frequent relocation. She did her schooling at Princess Hill Secondary College, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. She later joined the educational institute Hume Anglican Grammar in Australia. She has been dropped out of a university in Australia. Currently, she is pursuing a course in the field of filmmaking.
She is known for her tomboy hairstyle and charming personality. She has black eyes and often keeps on dyeing her hair with different hair colours. Moose is approximately 5’6″ tall.
She doesn’t share an adequate relationship with her father. According to some sources, she was raised by her mother single-handedly. She is of NRI nationality. Not much is known about her parents. She has a younger sister named Mahek Jattana.
In 2021, while she was in the controversial house of Bigg Boss she revealed that she was bisexual.
Muskan Jattana started her career in 2019 as a customer service representative for an Australian-based company Serco. She then worked as an ambassador for Australian South Asian Centre. In 2020, she joined an online business and started working from home. Thereafter, she joined a social media platform, TikTok and started creating videos for their TikTok page. Subsequently, she assiduously participated in protests for the benefit of women and innumerable social issues like unequal opportunity, unemployment, substandard housing, and substance abuse. As a social media influencer, she often gets backlashed by the cybernauts for her tendentious videos on her social media account.
While she was in Bigg Boss OTT house, her co-competitor cum housemate Pratik Sehajpal chattered about her unclad clip that went viral and for which she received massive denunciation from the cybersurfers.