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2 November 1980 |
New Delhi, India
|Residence||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Occupation||Model, Actress, Television presenter|
|Spouse(s)||Siddharth Kumar Anand|
|Parent(s)||Ravi Chopra (Father)
Manju Chopra (Mother)
|Relatives||Deeya Chopra (sister)|
She is best known for playing the role of Pia, the younger sister of protagonist Bani Walia in Kasamh Se on Zee TV. An alumnus of the Our Own English High School, she was also the presenter of the pre and post-match cricket show on Doordarshan known as Fourth Umpire. Chopra was also one of the three hosts of the Indian variant of Got Talent series known as, India's Got Talent in 2009.
Chopra starred in Vikram Bhatt's film, Phhir, which released in 12 August 2011. She has hosted the show Comedy Circus Teen Ka Tadka on Sony TV in 2009-10, and is currently the anchor of 'Heroes - Moments and Memories' on Star Sports. She also made an appearance in Maut Ka Khel, an episode of the horror TV series, Aahat on Sony TV.[when?] She also worked in Comedy Nights With Kapil on Colours.
Chopra's younger sister, Deeya Chopra is also an actress. Chopra is married to film-maker Siddharth Anand Kumar. She gave birth to her first child, a son named Jaiveer on 5 November 2012. She gave birth to her second son Reyaan on August 2014. she gave birth to her third son Ayaan on 14 august. She belongs from Yash Chopra Family
|Bhram: An Illusion||Nidhi||2008|
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