10 HIGHLY EDUCATED INDIAN TELEVISION STARS
Acting and performing industry usually neglects studies. They do not have a great standard of education, a serious basic education usually suffice. But not always, many of you favourite TV celebrities are highly educated. You will be surprised to know that they took pain studying things which they won’t use in their future life and opt for acting instead. Here is the list of 10 highly educated TV stars.
1. Deepika Singh
Playing a decent girl in a daily soap ‘Diya aur Baati’, Deepika Singh has a degree in marketing. She did her .
2. Sharad Kelkar
A popular TV face, Sharad Kelkar has featured in many of the famous TV shows. Shows like ‘Kuch to log kahenge’ and ‘Saat fere’ were a great success. Interestingly he has also done his MBA from a reputed management institute in Gwalior.
3. Divyanka Tripathi
Playing a docile lady named ‘Ishita’, Divyanka is a rifle shooter. Divyanka was preparing for Civil Services before her sudden entry on the small screen.
4. Karan Grover
Famous face from ‘Bahu Humari Rajnikant’, Karan has graduated from IIT, Mumbai.
.5. Tridha Chaudhary
Sweet looking Tridha is actually a microbiologist. She completed her studies from Scottish Church College, Calcutta.
6. Ram Kapoor
The most versatile actor, Ram is also one of the highly educated TV stars. He did his post graduation in acting from Los Angeles.
7. Surbhi Jyoti
Surbhi Jyoti from ‘Qubool Hai’ has done her masters in English from ApeeJay College Jalandhar.
8. Anas Rashid
Anas holds degree of masters in psychology. Well, that explains how well he acts in ‘Diya aur bati’.
9. Paridhi Sharma
Played Jodha in ‘Jodha Akbar’, Paridhi is graduate in Business Administration and completed her management course from Pune.
10. Devoleena Bhattacharjee
Devoleena graduated from the accounts stream with honours. Further she did jewellery designing course from National Institute of Fashion Designing, Delhi. She plays Gopi in ‘Sath Nibhana Sathiyaa’.
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