Ravi Dubey

Ravi Dubey (born 23 December 1983) is an Indian actor.[1] He began his acting career in 2006 with a parallel leading role in the DD National TV show Stree... Teri Kahaani and followed it with roles in lesser successful shows like Doli Saja Ke (2007) and Yahan Ke Hum Sikandar (2007), before starring in the popular family drama show Saas Bina Sasural (2010) and Jamai Raja (2014), which established him as one of the most popular and leading actors of Indian television industry. He recently was the host of Star Plus's game show Sabse Smart Kaun.

Ravi Dubey
Ravi Dubey
Dubey in Dadasaheb Phalke Film Foundation Awards 2019
Born (1983-12-23) 23 December 1983 (age 36)
OccupationModel television actor, host
Years active2006–present
Known forSaas Bina Sasural, Jamai Raja
Sargun Mehta (m. 2013)

Early lifeEdit

Dubey was born in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh and was brought up in Delhi, India.[2][3] His father, Sh. Gyan Prakash Dubey, is a Civil Engineer by qualification, and has worked in top management with many real estate organisations in the Delhi/NCR Region.

Dubey came to Mumbai from Delhi to study telecom engineering, but then he started his modelling career.[4][5]


Debut show (2006-09)Edit

Dubey with Sargun Mehta in 2012

Dubey started his career as a model,[6] then he started his acting career in 2006 with the parallel lead role of Ravi Agarwal in the DD National television show Stree... Teri Kahaani, which was produced by actors Dilip Kumar and Saira Banu.[7] Later he portrayed the small role of "Veer" in Sahara One's soap opera Doli Saja Ke.[8] Thereafter, he appeared as the male lead in Yahan Ke Hum Sikandar, where he played the role of Ravi.[8]

Dubey has done up to 40 television commercial ads, including Reliance, TVS Victor, Mrs. Marino, Gee Pee Mobile, Nestle, ICICI, Action Milano Shoes, Fairever, Santro and Water Kingdom.[9][10]

In December 2008, Dubey replaced Vinay Rohrra for portraying the male lead in Zee television's show Ranbir Rano.[10][11] After the show ended, Dubey was cast opposite Sargun Mehta in Zee television's soap opera 12/24 Karol Bagh.[12]

Breakthrough and success (2010–14)Edit

In October 2010, Dubey featured opposite Aishwarya Sakhuja for Sony Entertainment Television's romantic/drama show Saas Bina Sasural, in which he portrayed the male lead role of Tej Prakash Chaturvedi.[13] While working in the show, Dubey started his film career in Bollywood; he signed for Aron Govil's 2011 Hindi film U R My Jaan.

In January 2012, Dubey participated in Sony Entertainment Television's reality-based comedy series of Comedy Circus titled, Kahani Comedy Circus Ki. Dubey said, "I am super excited as I have always loved the show. So far I have never had the opportunity to try my hands at comedy, which I believe is the toughest of all".[14]

In December 2012, Dubey participated in the fifth season of Star Plus television's celebrity couple dance reality show Nach Baliye, along with Sargun Mehta. And on 23 March 2013, in the finale episode, He became the first runner-up of the show.[15][16] Dubey also participated in another of Nach Baliye's celebrity couple dance reality series titled, Nach Baliye Shriman v/s Shrimati in 2013.[17]

In May 2013, Dubey started hosting television shows, He replaced Mohit Malhotra to host Star Plus television's dance reality show India's Dancing Superstar.[18][19]

In September 2013, he was approached for the lead role of Rajbir in Rashmi Sharma's show Desh Ki Beti Nandini, but he was out of the show.[20] Dubey has also appeared along with Shweta Salve at Indian Television Academy's ramp show Fashion Ka Jalwa.[21]

Jamai Raja and further success (2014–present)Edit

In March 2014, Dubey got the male lead in Zee television's soap opera Jamai Raja, in which he plays the role of Siddharth "Sid" Khurana opposite Nia Sharma, the show produced by incredible actor Akshay Kumar and co-produced by Ashvini Yardi, under their own production banner, Grazing Goat Pictures.[22]

In December 2014, Dubey hosted an award event of Zee televisions', Zee Rishtey Awards, along with Shabbir Ahluwalia.[23]

In 2017, Dubey participated in Colors stunt reality show Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 8 in its eighth season where he ended up being the 2nd Runner-up whilst Shantanu Maheshwari was the winner and Hina Khan was the 1st Runner-up.[24][25][26]

In November 2017, Dubey was seen as one of the contestants in the Colors comedy show Entertainment Ki Raat along with Dipika Kakar & Asha Negi.[27] He also participated in Star Plus reality show Lip Sing Battle along with wife Sargun Mehta, Rithvik Dhanjani & Asha Negi.[28]

In January 2018, Ravi hosted the Colors singing reality show Rising Star.[29] In June 2018, he also hosted the Star Plus game show Sabse Smart Kaun.[30] As of February 2019, Dubey hosted the Seventh Season of Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs on Zee TV replace Aditya Narayan.[31]

Ravi has been associated with hosting the Zee Rishtey Awards 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018 and 2019. [32]

He made his debut into the digital space alongside Nia Sharma with the web series Jamai 2.0, which is a reboot of his Zee TV show Jamai Raja. The series opened to good reviews.[33] This also marks the third association of Ravi and Nia after Jamai Raja and Khatron Ke Khiladi. 4

Personal lifeEdit

Dubey was dating Sargun Mehta, his co-star from the soap opera 12/24 Karol Bagh, the couple met on the set of the show. After the show ended, the couple started dating.[34] On 5 February 2013, Dubey proposed to her on the dance reality show Nach Baliye 5, where they both were the contestants of the show.[35] He married her on 7 December 2013.[36] One reception was held in Gurgaon on 9 December and another one in Mumbai on 13 December 2013.[37]



Year(s) Film Character Notes
2011 U R My Jaan Ashok Debut film.[38]
2019 3 Dev Brahma

Web SeriesEdit

Title Year Role Ref.
Jamai 2.0 2019–present Siddarth [39]

Television showsEdit

Year(s) Title Role Notes
2006 Stree... Teri Kahaani Ravi Agarwal
2007–2008 Doli Saja Ke Veer
Yahaan Ke Hum Sikander[40] Ravi
2008–2009 Ranbir Rano Ranbir
2009–2010 12/24 Karol Bagh[41] Omkar Dagar
2010–2012 Saas Bina Sasural[42] Tej Prakash Chaturvedi
2010 Baat Hamari Pakki Hai Tej Prakash Chaturvedi Guest
2012 Comedy Circus 3 Ka Tadka Participant
Kahani Comedy Circus Ki[43] Participant
Teri Meri Love Stories Mukul Episodic Role
2012–2013 Nach Baliye 5 Participant
2013 Nach Baliye Shriman v/s Shrimati[44] Participant
India's Dancing Superstar[45] Host
Meri Maa Himself Guest
MasterChef India 3[46]
Yeh Hai Aashiqui[47] Rishi Episodics role
Nach Baliye 6 Himself Guest
Boogie Woogie Kids Championship Himself
2014–2017 Jamai Raja[48] Siddharth Khurana / Karanvir Siddharth Khurana
2014, 2015 Qubool Hai Siddharth Khurana Guest
2015 Kumkum Bhagya
2016 Tashan-e-Ishq
2017 Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 8 Participant 2nd Runner Up
India Banega Manch Himself Guest
Bhaag Bakool Bhaag
Bigg Boss 11
Lip Sing Battle Participant
2017–2018 Entertainment Ki Raat Various characters
2018 Rising Star (Season 2) Host
Tu Aashiqui Himself special appearance
Aap Ke Aa Jane Se[49] Himself Guest
Sabse Smart Kaun Host
Kya Haal, Mr. Paanchal? Himself
Naagin 3 Himself
2019 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs Host


Title Year Show Production Ref.
Rubaru 2019 Jamai 2.0 Dreamiyata Entertainment [50]


Year Award Category Show Ref Outcome
2014 Zee Rishtey Awards Favorite Nayi Jodi
(With Nia Sharma)
Jamai Raja Won
Zee Rishtey Awards Favourite Saas-Jamai
(With Achint Kaur)
[51] Won
2015 Zee Rishtey Awards Favourite Bhai [52] Won
Indian Television Academy Awards GR8! Face Of The Year-Male Won
2016 Gold Awards Best Onscreen Jodi
(With Nia Sharma)
2017 Zee Rishtey Awards Favourite Beta [53] Won
2018 Gold Awards Best Anchor Rising Star 2 [54] Won
2019 Zee Rishtey Awards Best Anchor SRGMP Lil Champs [55] Won


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