Shardul Pandit is an Indian actor, radio jockey, cricketer, and singer. He was born on 28 November 1985 in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India. Shardul started his career as a radio jockey. He mostly works in Hindi tv serials. Shardul made his acting debut with the serial Bandini in 2009. Shardul did the role of Maulik Kanji Waghela in the serial.
Later he also appeared in the serial Godh Bharaai, Kitani Mohabbat Hai, Kuldeepak, Siddhi Vinayak, etc. In 2020, he participated in Bigg Boss 14 as a wildcard contestant. He got evicted on day 43. In 2021 he worked as a host in Flipkart’s quiz show Sirf Ek Minute. Shardul also won the reality show Zee India’s Best Cinestars Ki Khoj.
Shardul was born and brought up in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India. He did his schooling at a local private school in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. Later he attended the International Institute of Professional Studies (IIPS), Indore. He did MBA in advertising and public relations.
He belongs to a Hindu family. His father’s name is Ramesh Pandit and her mother’s name is Krishna Pandit. Shardul also has a sister Ruchira Pandit. Shardul is unmarried. It is rumored that he is dating actress Keerti Nagpure. He is 5 feet 9 inches tall and his weight is around 77kg. Shardul’s hair color is black and his eyes color is dark brown. His nationality is Indian and his zodiac sign is Sagittarius.
|Radio Jockey, Singer, and Actor
|Date of Birth
|28 November 1985
|Place Of Birth
|Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India
|5 feet 6 inches
|Father – Ramesh Pandit
Mother – Krishna Pandit
Sister – Ruchita Pandit
|International Institute of Professional Studies (IIPS), Indore
Facts About Shardul Pandit
- He started his career as a radio jockey at Red Mirchi.
- In 2012, he moved to Dubai to join Radio Mirchi International. He came back to Mumbai in 2015.
- Shardul participated in the reality show Bigg Boss 14.
- Shardul also did commentary for Box Cricket League from 2014-19.
- Shardul is a non-vegetarian.
- He loves traveling and reading books.
- He also holds a Limca record for hosting a radio show for more than 19 hours non-stop.