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Rytasha at a photoshoot in 2016
Rytasha Vipulroy Rathod|
6 January 1993
|Residence||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Education||LASALLE College of the Arts|
|Height||172 cm (5 ft 8 in)|
|Parent(s)||Vipulroy Rathod, Purnima Rathod|
Rytasha Rathore is a popular Television and Theatre actor, based in Mumbai. She is best known for her role as Badho in the show Badho Bahu  and her comedic sketches on social media called Kaarnamey.
Life and career
Early life and Education
Rytasha was born in Singapore in 1993 to Vipulroy Rathod, a notable gastroenterologist  and Purnima Rathod. She has an older sister Natashja Rathore  who is a film director and producer. The family moved to Mumbai in the year 2000. Rytasha did her schooling at Cathedral and John Connon School, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Acting from LASALLE College of the Arts in 2014.
She has trained under and worked alongside several notable Indian theatre personalities such as the likes of Sankar Venkateswaran, Rajat Kapoor, Faezeh Jalali, Vinay Pathak, Vikram Kapadia, and Akash Khurana
Rytasha started her career in Theatre in Mumbai in 2014 with two Aadyam plays, The Hound of the Baskervilles and The Merchant of Venice. She's also a part of the ensemble in the play 07/07/07 which went on to win the award for Best Ensemble Cast at the Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards. Rytasha also appeared in Rajat Kapoor's clown adaptation of Shakespeare's As You Like It.
Being a theatre artist and having grown up in South Mumbai, Rytasha was initially very apprehensive to do a television soap but eventually caved in because playing a rural Haryanvi girl presented a challenge for her as an actor. Although her character on screen portrays a meek rural bride, Rytasha is the complete opposite in real life. In Badho Bahu she plays the female protagonist opposite actor Prince Narula 
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- "Rytasha Rathore was scared to do TV". Times of India.
- "13 Instagrams That Prove Rytasha Rathore Is An Absolute Baller Of A Human Being". Buzzfeed.