Meera Deosthale in 2021
Born November 16, 1995 Occupation Actress Years active 2014–present Television Udaan
Meera Deosthale (born 16 November 1995) is an Indian television actress known for portraying Chakor in Colors TV's .
Early life [ edit ]
Deosthale was born on 16 November 1995 in
Vadodara, Gujarat.  While in school, Deosthale was a state-level basketball player and focused on sports, later moving to  Mumbai with her mother when she developed an interest in being an actress and finished school.
Deosthale made her television debut with
Colors TV's as Priya. Next, she played Eshu in Sasural Simar Ka and appeared in Dilli Wali Thakur Gurls . Zindagi Wins 
From 2016 to 2019, she played Chakor Rajvanshi in
Colors TV's . Udaan She quit the show in March 2019 and was replaced by  Toral Rasputra.
In September 2019, Deosthale began portraying Vidya in
Colors TV's opposite Vidya Namish Taneja until the series went off air in March 2020.
Television [ edit ]
Awards and nominations [ edit ]
Golden Petal Awards
Golden Petal Awards
Most Fit Actor (Female)
References [ edit ]
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Uniyal, Parmita (16 November 2016), "Happy birthday Meera Deosthale: 5 things you didn't know about the Udaan actress", India Today , retrieved 6 January 2017
"Sonarika Bhadoria has a sparky wish for BFF Meera Deosthale on her birthday; see pics". The Times of India. 17 November 2020 . Retrieved . 6 January 2021
"Happy birthday Meera Deosthale: 5 things you didn't know about the Udaan actress". India Today. 16 November 2016 . Retrieved . 6 January 2021
"Udaan's Chakor aka Meera Deosthale is unwell". The Times of India. 8 August 2016 . Retrieved . 8 August 2018
Dixit, Mini (7 February 2016), "Meera Deosthale, not Vidhi Pandya to play the role of Chakor on Colors' Udann", India Today , retrieved 6 January 2017
"Toral is the new Chakor". Tribune India. 30 March 2019 . Retrieved . 6 June 2019
Team, Filmymonkey (2 June 2019). "Namish Taneja opposite 'Udaan' fame Meera Deosthale in her next show 'Vidya'!". ABP Live . Retrieved . 6 June 2019
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