Shardul Pandit

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Shardul Pandit
Born28th November 1985
Indore, India
ResidenceMumbai, Maharashtra, India
OccupationActor, model
Years active2009–present

Shardul Pandit is an Indian television actor, singer, and radio jockey. [1][2]


Shardul Pandit did MBA in Advertising and Public Relations from the International Institute of Professional Studies (IIPS) Indore.[3] He is the winner of Zee India's Best Cinestars Ki Khoj from Indore region. He started his career as a Radio Jockey with Radio Mirchi.[4][5] He got into the Limca Book of Records by performing non-stop for 19 hours on the radio. After earning recognition in the radio world, he made his acting debut with NDTV Imagine's popular serial ‘Bandini’ starring Ronit Roy and Aasiya Kazi in the lead roles.[6] [7][8] After that he appeared in Kitani Mohabbat Hai (season 2) and Godh Bharaai. In 2012, he shifted to Dubai to work as an RJ for Radio Mirchi International. However, he returned to Mumbai in 2015 and started working as a VJ for 9XM. Shardul Pandit was also the commentator for Box Cricket League (BCL).[9][10][11] In 2017, he got the lead role in the &TV popular Show Kuldeepak opposite Keerti Nagpure. His role and pairing with the leading lady Keerti Nagpure was greatly appreciated by the viewers.[12]



Year Title Role Ref(s)
2009 Bandini (TV series) Maulik Kanji Waghela NDTV Imagine
2010 Godh Bharaai Sony Entertainment Television
2010 Kitani Mohabbat Hai (season 2) Jai NDTV Imagine
2017 Kuldeepak Devang Purohit &TV
2018 Siddhi Vinayak[13] Shivam Sen &TV


  1. ^ "Shardul Pandit joins Kuldeepak". Business Standard.
  2. ^ "I want to play a different and a strong role, says Shardul Pandit". FreePress Journal.
  3. ^ "Shardul Pandit talks about College Life". Stars Unfolded.
  4. ^ "Shardul Pandit talks about College Life". Times of India.
  5. ^ "Kuldeepak actor Shardul Pandit talks about his Hollywood dubbing days". Times of India.
  6. ^ "Shardul Pandit on Bandhini". Just Bollywood.
  7. ^ "I Battled Depression And Successfully Came Out of It: Shardul Pandit".
  8. ^ "You Come To Know Who Your True Friends Are in Bad Times : Shardul Pandit". UrbanAsian.
  9. ^ "Shardul Pandit on Hosting Box Cricket League". Deccan Herald.
  10. ^ "Shardul Pandit on hosting MTV BCL". Mid-day.
  11. ^ "Shardul on the pitch again". Tribune India.
  12. ^ "Kirti Nagpure and Shardul Pandit have the best on screen chemistry in Kuldeepak". FreePress Journal.
  13. ^ "Shardul Pandit to enter &TV's Siddhivinyak". Desi Serials.

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