|Born||November 1, 1973|
|Occupation||VJ, TV show host, compere and actress|
Ruby Bhatia (born November 1, 1973 in Alabama, United States) is an Indian VJ, TV show host, compere and actress. She won the Miss India Canada contest in 1993 and went on to be a VJ for Channel V. She also hosted BPL Oye! and Filmfare Awards. Later, she appeared in several Hindi serials such as Kasautii Zindagii Kay as well as in movies.
Early life and background
Bhatia was born in Punjabi family of Canada-based Harbans and Premlata Bhatia. But she was adopted at the age of 3 years by her mausa-mausi, Prem Krishan and Saroj Bhatia, whom she called Mama and Daddy. She was raised in a small town Ajax, Ontario, a suburb of Toronto, where she studied at Archbishop Denis O'Connor Catholic High School . She studied ballet, tap, jazz and modern dance from the Toronto branch of the Royal Academy of Dance, London. She had given dance exams up to Level 4, which is to dance what a bachelor's degree is to education. Her parents also taught her Indian dance informally at home.
After participating Miss India Canada pageant, she shifted to India in 1994, when she participated in Femina Miss India. Thereafter she worked as VJ with Channel V, which led to a career as television presenter, actress and stage compering. She also co-host the Miss World 1996 held at Banglore with Richard Steinmetz.
- 2001 Chori Chori Chupke Chupke as News reporter
- 2002 Bollywood Bound as herself
- 2003 Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon as Herself
- 2008 Halla Bol
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-  Archived February 13, 2010, at the Wayback Machine.
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