Anup Soni is an Indian film and television actor. He is mostly known for his works in tv serials like Sea Hawks and Saaya. Later he made his entry into bollywod industry. He played the role of Bhairon...
Anup Soni is an Indian film and television actor. He is mostly known for his works in tv serials like Sea Hawks and Saaya. Later he made his entry into bollywod industry. He played the role of Bhairon Dharamveer Singh in Colors' ultimate popular show Balika Vadhu. Currently, he is seen as host in the popular serial "Crime Patrol" on Sony Tv and BIG Magic's show Ji Sirji!.
Anup Soni also known as Anoop Soni was born on 30 January 1975, Oshiwara, India. He later shifted to Mumbai and received graduation from National school of Drama. He appeared in the 2002 films "Kharaashein: Scars From Riots", "Hum Pyar Tumhi Se Kar Baithe" and "Hathyar". Later he returned to television to work on the serial "CID - Special Bureau". Earlier, he was offered the role of Mihir Virani in "Kyunki", but he could not accept it because he was focusing his whole concentration in building up his film career. He had also worked as a faculty in the Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting School for one and half year.
Name : Anup Soni
Other name : Anoop Soni
Birth place : ludhiana Punjab
Current residence : Mumbai
Date of birth : 30 January 1975
Age : 41 years
Height : 5'4"
Religion : Hinduism
Occupation : Actor
Spouse/Wife : Juhi Babbar (2011 - present)
Children : Imaan Soni, Zoya and Myra
In Ji Sirji!
Ji Sirji! is an Indian comic comedy television show, which airs on BIG Magic and BIG FM 92.7. The series is bound together Anup Soni, who himself takes on the position of Boss.
Anup Soni is married to Juhi Babbar on March 14, 2011. The couple is blessed with a son Imaan Soni, who was born on 6 September, 2012. He has two daughters Zoya and Myra with his first wife Ritu, who is a management graduate from Symbiosis, Pune and has set up her own software company. Juhi Babbar, is the daughter of actor-cum-politician Raj Babbar and is a television-cum-film actor and director. She was previously married to director Bejoy Nambiar.