Drashti Dhami

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Drashti Dhami
Dhami in 2021
Born (1984-01-10) 10 January 1984 (age 40)[1]
EducationDegree in sociology
  • Actress
  • model
  • dancer
Years active2003–2019, 2021–2023
Neeraj Khemka
(m. 2015)
RelativesSuhasi Goradia Dhami (sister-in-law)

Drashti Dhami (born 10 January 1984)[2] is an Indian actress, model and dancer who works predominantly in Hindi television.[3][4] Dhami is considered among the most popular Hindi television actresses. She has been part of successful shows like, Dill Mill Gayye, Geet, Madhubala, Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani and Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka.

In 2013, Dhami participated into dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6 with choreographer Salman Yusuff Khan and emerged as the winner.[5] She has also ventured into web series with period drama The Empire portraying Khanzada Begum in (2021) and ZEE5 crime thriller Duranga portraying Ira Jaykar.

Early life and family[edit]

Dhami was born on 10 January 1984 into a Gujarati family[6] in Mumbai, where she studied. She attended Mary Immaculate Girl's High School and also went to Mumbai's Mithibai College from where she has a degree in sociology.[7] Before entering into modelling, Dhami was a dance instructor[8] Dhami belongs to a conservative family. According to her interview in The Times of India, she said:

When I got [the] offer to dance in a music video ... I had to seek permission from ten different family members including my closest relatives. It was my cousin who supported me, convinced everyone and still stands by me whenever I have to take a decision on my career front. So it's not been so easy for me but my family's support is always with me."[9]

On 21 February 2015, Dhami married businessman Neeraj Khemka in a traditional Hindu ceremony.[10][11] Suhasi Dhami, also an actress, is married to her elder brother Jaisheel Dhami.[12][13] Dhami said that her in-laws are very supportive when it comes to her work.[14]


Career beginnings and Geet Hui Sabse Parayi (2007–2011)[edit]

Dhami started her career in modelling for print and television advertisements before debuting in the entertainment industry with her appearance in the music video "Saiyyan Dil Mein Aana Re" followed by "Humko Aaj Kal Hai", "Teri Meri Nazar Ki Dori" and "Nachle Soniyo Tu" and worked in advertisements like Colgate, Lion Honey, Pulimoottil Silks, Vasan Eyecare, RKS Grand, Amul, VIP Bags, Chevrolet and Reliance.[7]

Dhami at Dill Mill Gayye's party in 2010

Dhami made her acting debut in television with Star One's poular show Dill Mill Gayye, where she portrayed Dr. Muskaan Chadda from 2007 to 2009. In 2008, she participated in the reality show, Kaun Jeetega Bollywood Ka Ticket by Ekta Kapoor. In 2010, she appeared as the female lead in Star One's Geet – Hui Sabse Parayi opposite Gurmeet Choudhary.[7] Dhami got recognition with her portrayal of the character Geet with this role.[15] The show ended in December 2011 after the channel got closed.[16]

Dhami made an appearance on Imagine TV's reality show Big Money: Chota Parda Bada Game in 2010.[7] The same year, she was also a part of another reality show, Nachle Ve with Saroj Khan.[17]

Recognition with Madhubala and Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6 (2012–2018)[edit]

Dhami on the sets of Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6

In May 2012, Dhami made a guest appearance on the show Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha. Later, she played the lead role in Colors TV's show Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon opposite to Vivian Dsena from 2012 to 2014.[18][19] In 2013, Dhami participated in Colors TV's popular dance reality show, Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6[20] and emerged as the winner alongside her choreographer Salman Yusuff Khan.[21][22] In June 2014, Dhami hosted Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 7. However, she later got replaced by Manish Paul.[23] In December 2014, Dhami participated in Sony TV's Box Cricket League playing in the team Mumbai Warriors.

In 2015, Dhami played the role of Rani Gayatri in Zee TV's Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani opposite Siddhant Karnick.[24][25] While playing the role of Gayatri, Dhami said:

"I do feel a little under pressure since 'Madhubala' was such a success. But I am also looking forward to seeing my fans' reaction to my new show. Even my family and friends are very excited," "It found it difficult to speak in the dialect which people spoke at that time. That was challenging. Other than that, I did not have any issues with the role."[26]

She quit the show in May 2016.[27][28][29] The same year, she joined the web series I Don't Watch TV along with Karan Patel, Nakuul Mehta, Karan Wahi, Disha Parmar, Sanaya Irani, Kritika Kamra and many other TV celebrities.[30]

In November 2016, Dhami joined Star Plus's Pardes Mein Hai Mera Dil as Naina Batra, opposite Arjun Bijlani.[31][32] The show went off air in June 2017.[33][34][35][8][36]

From June to October 2018, she played Nandini, a victim of domestic violence who falls in love with her best friend's husband in Colors TV's Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka, opposite Shakti Arora. A critic from India Today praised her, saying that she is equally good as another television actress Sriti Jha who also played a victim of domestic violence in the past.[37][38][39] She quit the show in November 2018.[40] In 2021, Drashti starred in the Web series "The Empire" based on the novel Empire of the Moghul by Alex Ruthford. Her acting was praised and she won an award in the popular actress category [41][42]

Other appearances[edit]

In 2011, Dhami did special dance performances on shows like Chhoti Bahu - Sawar Ke Rang Rachi, Sajan Re Jhoot Mat Bolo and Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani. In 2012, she made a guest appearance on Colors TV's Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha to promote her show Madhubala.

In March 2013, she made a guest appearance on Nach Baliye 5 to support her brother Jaisheel Dhami and sister-in-law Suhasi Dhami.[43] In June 2014, Dhami was seen on Colors TV's Mission Sapne and later made another appearance on Comedy Nights with Kapil. In September 2015, she was seen as a guest on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 8 to support Sanaya Irani.

Other work and media image[edit]

Dhami was the brand ambassador for Canvironment Week 2011 and 2013 to support the cause of 'Save Our Planet'.[7] In 2016, she was part of the Swachh Survekshan 2017 Initiative for an environmentally cleaner India (Swachh Bharat Abhiyan).[44]

Dhami was also the captain for Team 'D' Celebrity Championship 2016, where six teams comprising 78 television personalities competed to help kids in need of education and food. She won, and received an award from 'I HELP A KID.COM' Celebrity Championship.[45] In 2017, Dhami became the brand ambassador of Bajaj Brahmi Amla Ayurvedic Hair oil.[46] In the same year, she did an advertisement for Godrej Soap with Ragini Khanna and Ekta Kaul.[47]

Dhami at an event in 2015

Bombay Times called her 'Numero Uno' actress on television.[9] Dhami is also known for her style and fashion sense.[48][49] Dhami is among the highest earning television actresses in India.[50][51] In 2011, she was voted the most desirable woman on television in polls conducted by TellyChakkar.com.[52] She is the brand ambassador of MATRIX India's hair colour brand, SoColor.[53][7]

Dhami was included in second place on "Television's Top 10 Actresses" list by Rediff.[54] Dhami also included in the top nine list of Indian television most stylish on-screen actress by Rediff.[55] The UK-based newspaper Eastern Eye placed her in their "50 Sexiest Asian Women" list. In 2012,[56] Eastern Eye placed her at twelfth position. Thereafter she remained in the top three spots for three consecutive years, listed at the third spot in 2013,[57] the second spot in 2014,[58] the third spot in 2015,[59] the fourth spot in 2016,[60] sixth spot in 2017,[61] and twelfth spot in 2018.[62] Dhami included in list of FHM India 100 Sexiest women of 2014 at tenth place.[63] In 2016, Dhami was nominated in "Sexiest Woman" list by FHM India.[64]

Dhami was listed eight among the "35 Hottest Actresses in Indian Television" by MensXP.com, an Indian lifestyle website for men.[65] She was ranked in 38th position in The Times of India's 2014 list of "50 Most Desirable Women".[66] According to the survey in India in 2017, Dhami was voted as desirable woman opposite to Hrithik Roshan in the list.[67]

Dhami received an offer to participate in Bigg Boss but she rejected it.[68] During her dance performance on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6, film maker Karan Johar compared Dhami to film actress Zeenat Aman.[69] Filmmaker Karan Johar complimented Dhami by saying that she is better than Kareena Kapoor when she performed in the song "Halkat Jawani" from the film Heroine on Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6.[70] She is also known as Madhubala from her serial Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon and as Maaneet due to her chemistry with Gurmeet Choudhary.[71]



Year Title Role Notes Refs
2007–2009 Dill Mill Gayye Dr. Muskaan Chaddha Debut [7]
2008 Kaun Jeetega Bollywood Ka Ticket Contestant Finalist [7]
2010–2011 Geet – Hui Sabse Parayi Geet Handa [7]
2010 Nachle Ve with Saroj Khan Contestant [17]
2012–2014 Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon Madhubala Malik Kundra / Jr. Madhubala Kundra Kushwaha [72]
2013 Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 6 Contestant Winner [7]
2014 Mission Sapne Contestant [73]
Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 7 Host [74]
2014–2015 Box Cricket League 1 Contestant [75]
2015–2016 Ek Tha Raja Ek Thi Rani Gayatri Seth / Rani Gayatri Devi / Savitri [76]
2016–2017 Pardes Mein Hai Mera Dil Naina Batra [77]
2018–2019 Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka Nandini Malhotra [78]

Special appearances[edit]

Year Show Role Refs
2009 Miley Jab Hum Tum Herself [7]
2010 Big Money: Chota Parda Bada Game [79]
Sapna Babul Ka...Bidaai Geet Khurana [79]
2011 Rang Badalti Odhani [7]
Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani [7]
Chhoti Bahu - Sawar Ke Rang Rachi Herself [7]
Sajan Re Jhoot Mat Bolo [7]
2012 Na Bole Tum Na Maine Kuch Kaha Madhubala [80]
Balika Vadhu [7]
2013 Sasural Simar Ka [7]
Nach Baliye 5 Herself [43]
Iss Pyaar Ko Kya Naam Doon?...Ek Baar Phir Herself [7]
2014 Beintehaa Madhubala [81]
Comedy Nights with Kapil Herself [7]
2015 Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 8 Guest Contestant [82]
Jamai Raja Gayatri [7]
2016 Yeh Hai Mohabbatein Naina [7]
Saath Nibhaana Saathiya [7]
2017 Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai [7]
Ishqbaaz [7]
Nach Baliye 8 Herself [7]
2018 Shakti - Astitva Ke Ehsaas Ki Nandini [7]
Naagin 3 [83]
Dance Deewane [84]
2019 Gathbandhan Herself [85]
Kumkum Bhagya [7]

Web series[edit]

Year Name Role Notes Ref
2016 I Don't Watch TV Herself Guest [86]
2021 The Empire Khanzada Begum
2022–2023 Duranga Ira Jaykar Patel [87]

Short films[edit]

Year Film Notes Refs
2016 The Change Short Film [34]

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Singer Notes Ref
2003 Saiyyan Dil Mein Aana Re Sneha Panth [88]
2004 Humko Aaj Kal Hai Sarnali Bhowmik [88]
2005 Teri Meri Nazar Ki Dori [88]
2008 Nachle Soniyo Tu Shael Oswal [88]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Show Result
2011 Gold Awards Most Celebrated Jodi (With Gurmeet Choudhary) Geet - Hui Sabse Parayi Won[89]
2012 Indian Telly Awards Best Onscreen Couple (With Gurmeet Choudhary) Nominated
2013 Indian Telly Awards Best Actress in a Lead Role Madhubala - Ek Ishq Ek Junoon Nominated
Best Jodi (With Vivian Dsena) Won
BIG Star Entertainment Awards BIG Star Most Entertaining Television Actor - Female Nominated
2014 Star Guild Awards Best Actress in a Drama Series Won[90]
Gold Awards Best Actress (Critics) Won[91]
Indian Telly Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Nominated
Best Onscreen Jodi (With Vivian Dsena) Nominated
2018 Indian Television Academy Awards Best Actress (Popular) Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka Nominated
2018 Indian Television Academy Awards Best Actress (Popular) Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka Nominated
2021 Gold Glam and Style Awards Fitness Icon (Female) Won[92]
2021 Indian Television Academy Awards Popular Actress Web The Empire Won[93]


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