Sharma from The Manish Malhotra - Lilavati Hospital's 'Save & Empower the Girl Child' show
|Alma mater||Indraprastha College for Women|
|Occupation||Supermodel and actress|
|Height||5 ft 9 in (175 cm)|
|Spouse(s)||Dilsher Singh Atwal (2008–present)|
Dipannita Sharma (born 2 November 1976) is an Indian actress and model.
Sharma came into the limelight after making it to the final five of the Miss India 1998 contest. She also won 'Miss Photogenic' title in the same contest. She has walked the ramp for all major designers in the country & for international design houses such as Valentino & Fendi in India. She was the worldwide face of the press campaign for Breguet watches & jewellery for 5 years. She has endorsed & been the face of several skin care brands in India such as Garnier, Nivea & Dettol soap. She has also hosted television shows, been a judge on a fashion based show on Mtv - Mtv making the cut & acted in the lead role on a show called Life Nahi Hai Laddoo before making her film debut with the 2002 Bollywood film 16 December.
Dipannita was born in the Oil India Limited colony town of Duliajan in Assam. Her father was a doctor in the O.I.L. Hospital. She studied in the Holy Child School Guwahati till her ninth standard, and pursued the rest of her school academics from St. Mary's school, Naharkatia. She later graduated in History from Indraprastha College for Women, Delhi.
Dippanita is married to Delhi entrepreneur Dilsher Singh Atwal, a third generation businessman, and who is into his family business of mining, and lives in Mumbai, India. Her younger sister is a television actress Arunima Sharma who is best known for her role as Rano in the soap opera Kasamh Se.
|2002||16 December||Sheeba||Nominated - Zee Cine Awards & Star Screen Awards for best debut female|
|Dil Vil Pyar Vyar||Payal Singh|
|2005||My Brother... Nikhil||Leena Gomes|
|Koi Aap Sa||Preeti|
|2011||Ladies vs Ricky Bahl||Raina Parulekar||Nominated — (Zee Cine Awards 2012 best supporting actor female category)|
|2014||Pizza||2014 feature film|
|2015||Take It Easy||Rama||2015 feature film|
|2017||Coffee with D||Neha||2017 feature film|
|2017||Xhoixobote Dhemalite||First Assamese film|
|2019||War||Dr. Mallika Singhal||2019 feature film|
|Har dil jo love karega||Zoom|
|Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week||STAR World|
|Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 1||Colors TV|
|MTV making the cut||MTV India|
|Piya Kay Ghar Jana Hai||Ary Digital|
|"Untag (Web Series on Voot)"||Anahita Kohli|
|Bewafaa sii Wafaa||ALTBalaji (won IWM Digital Awards 'Best Supporting Role Female in a Webseries')|
|Hai Re Hai Mera Ghungta (Remix)||2004||Music- Lesle Lewis, Video Directed by Indrajit Nattoji||Colonial Cousins|
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