Bollywood Actors

Ravi Bhatia

Ravi Bhatia
Ravi Bhatia

Ravi Bhatia Bio

DOB: 30th November 1988

Place – Mandi, HP


Ravi Bhatia is a TV and film actor and model who hails from Mandi, Himachal Pradesh. He was born on 30th November 1988 and was brought at this place only. He did his schooling from JNV Mandi (H.P). He then headed to Mumbai when he was only 18 to enter into the glamour world. He started getting small roles for his good looks in TV shows like Dharamveer, Veekram and Betaal and Hamaaray Mahaabhaarat Ki. The TV show Dharamveer gave him his debut in acting world where he did a supporting role of Kranti.

He soon turned famous after appearing on the reality show called Dadagiri and later got into a controversy when he was hit by the female host of the show. He then slapped the lady and later was beaten up by the co male host and the crew members of the show. He then got a bigger role in the TV show called Jodha Akbar playing the role of Salim in followed by getting a supporting role in the film in the Star Plus show called Raja Ki Aayegi Baraat. He then got the chance to play the lead role in Hamaari Beti Raaj Karegi aired at Sahara One.

He then got a couple of other TV shows called Do Dil Bandhe Ek Dori Se as Vivek Seharia, Pyaar Tune Kya Kiya, Jodha Akbar as Salim, Gara Gara Duyung as Andara (in the lead role) and I-KTP as Ravi again a lead role. He also got an overseas venture called Cinta Di Langit Taj Mahal 2 as Ravi Roro Jonggrang aired at ANTV (Indonesia serial) where he played the lead role of Prince Warsara. Talking about his personal life, he is not single as he got married to Yulida Bhatia in the year 2016. His younger brother is also a model. He is a pure vegetarian.

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