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Rupali Ganguly at C.I.D Veerta Awards 2013
April 5, 1977 |
Kolkata, West Bengal, India
|Spouse(s)||Ashwin K Verma (2013–present; 1 child)|
Rupali Ganguly is an Indian television and theatre actress. She became popular after her role as Dr. Simran Chopra in the STAR Plus serial Sanjivani and later as Monisha Sarabhai in Sarabhai VS Sarabhai. She was a contestant in reality shows Zara Nachke Dikha (Season 1) (2009), Bigg Boss and Fear Factor – Khatron Ke Khiladi Level 2.
Rupali was born in Kolkata on to a Hindu Bengali family. She is the daughter of acclaimed director Anil Ganguly, who made films like Kora Kagaz (1974) and Tapasya (1976). In one of the reunion interviews, Sumeet Raghavan disclosed that she is a Maharashtrian as well. She started acting when she was 7 years old with a role in the film Saheb, following it up with an award winning performance in her father's film, Balidaan. Her latest TV serials include the hilarious comedy serial on Star One Sarabhai vs Sarabhai in which she plays the character of Monisha.
She has participated in dance reality show Zara Nachke Dikha, and Bigg Boss (Season 1) (2006) and stunt/dare reality game show, Fear Factor – Khatron Ke Khiladi Level 2 (2009). She also gave voice over in animation film, Dashavatar (2008)
In 2000, she established an advertising agency in Mumbai.
Presently, she is a regular anchor of Bioscope — a films-based TV show telecast on national channel of Doordarshan. She also played in a New York Life commercial with Ravi Kishen.
Rupali got married to her longtime boyfriend, Ashwin K Verma on February 6, 2013. She gave birth to a baby boy on August 25, 2013.
|2002||Dil Hai Ki Manta Nahi||Sony TV||Priya|
|2003–04||Zindagi...Teri Meri Kahani||Sahara One||Riya|
|2003–05||Sanjivani||STAR Plus||Dr. Simran||Nominated—Indian Telly Award for Best Actress in a Negative Role (2004)|
|2005–06||Sarabhai vs Sarabhai||STAR One||Monisha Sarabhai||Nominated—Indian Telly Award for Best Actress in a Comic Role (2005)|
|2005–07||Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii||STAR Plus||Gayatri Gill-Agarwal|
|2008||Ek Packet Umeed||Imagine TV||Sujata|
|2009||Aapki Antara||Zee TV||Anuradha|
|2010||Baa Bahoo Aur Baby||STAR Plus||Rekha|
|2011||Adaalat||Sony TV||Rohini Mallik|
|2011||Mujhe Meri Family Se Bachao||Mastiii||Sweetie Awasthi|
|2011–13||Parvarrish – Kuchh Khattee Kuchh Meethi||Sony TV||Pinky Jeet Ahuja|
|2006||Bigg Boss season 1||Sony TV||Contestant|
|2008||Zara Nachke Dikha season 1||STAR One||Contestant|
|2009||Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi season 2||Colors||Contestant|
|2010||Kitchen Champion 2||Colors||Contestant|
|2010||Meethi Choori No.1||Imagine TV||Participant|
|2012||The Late Night Show||Colors||Guest|
- Satrangee Parachute (2011) - Sumitra C. Sharma
- Dashavatar (film) (2008) - Apsara (voice only, animated movie)
- Dosh (2007) - Mrs Priyanka chopra
- Do Ankhen Barah Hath (1997)
- "Chat with Khiladi Rupali Ganguly!". Rediff.com Movies. September 15, 2009.
- "Women find Akshay tough, real & simply super!". The Times of India. Aug 9, 2009.
- "Rupali Ganguly may tie the knot". DNA. Jun 7, 2007.
- "Controversy spices up reality TV". Financial Express. January 21, 2007.
- "‘Bigg Boss’ opens house". Indian Express. November 7, 2006.
- "Akshay madness spreads over". The Times of India. Sep 16, 2009.
- "Shatrughan Sinha gives narration for animation film 'Dashavatar'". DNA (newspaper). Dec 14, 2007.