Anup Soni

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Annup Sonii
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Soni at the Colors Indian Telly Awards, 2012
Born (1975-01-30) 30 January 1975 (age 43)
Ludhiana, Punjab, India
Nationality India
Occupation Actor, Model
Years active 1995–present
Height 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)
Spouse(s) Ritu
Juhi Babbar (2011–present)
Children 3

Anup Soni (born 30 January 1975) is an Indian television actor, anchor and politician. He is an alumnus of the National School of Drama.[1]

Anup Soni began his career with roles in television serials such as Sea Hawks and Saaya. He then took a break from television to work in films. He appeared in the 2003 films Kharaashein: Scars From Riots,[2] Hum Pyar Tumhi Se Kar Baithe[3] as well as Hathyar.[4][5] In 2004 he appeared in Ashoke Pandit's film Sheen.[6] But he returned to television to work on the serial CID - Special Bureau.[7] He continues working both in films and television, and he previously worked in the hugely popular serial Crime Patrol on Sony.[8]

Personal life[edit]

Anup Soni married actor-turned-politician Raj Babbar's daughter Juhi Babbar on 14 March 2011 in a quiet ceremony attended by family and close friends only. The two met while working in Juhi's mother Nadira Babbar's play. Anup recently divorced his first wife, Ritu, with whom he has two daughters.[9] Juhi was earlier married to director Bejoy Nambiar. His wife Juhi gave birth to a boy named Imaan on 6 September 2012.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role References
2000 Fiza ? [citation needed]
2001 Deewaanapan ? [citation needed]
2002 Raaz ? [citation needed]
2002 Hathyar ?
2002 Kharaashein: Scars From Riots ? [2]
2002 Hum Pyar Tumhi Se Kar Baithe ? [3]
2003 Gangaajal Inspector Neelkanth Tiwari [citation needed]
2003 Kagaar: Life on the Edge Adi [citation needed]
2003 Khushi Vicky [citation needed]
2003 Footpath Police Inspector Singh [citation needed]
2004 Des Hoyaa Pardes SHO Randhawa [citation needed]
2004 Sheen ?
2005 Karkash ? [citation needed]
2005 Apaharan ? [citation needed]
2006 Tathastu ? [citation needed]
2007 Dus Kahaniyaan ? [citation needed]
2009 Chal Chalein ? [citation needed]
2010 Sukhmani: Hope for Life ? [citation needed]
2010 Striker ? [citation needed]

Television[edit]

Formerly[edit]

Currently[edit]

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