Sukirti Kandpal

Sukirti Kandpal (born 20 November 1987)[4] is an Indian actress and model who appears in Hindi television. She made her acting debut in 2007 with Sab TV's show Jersey No.10. Kandpal rose to fame after portraying the female protagonist Dr. Riddhima Gupta in a Medical, romantic Dill Mill Gayye (2008–2009) and Piya Dobriyal in Ekta Kapoor"s romantic thriller Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani (2010–2011).[5]

Sukirti Kandpal
Sukirti Kandpal

(1987-11-20) 20 November 1987 (age 34)[1]
Other namesSuku[2]
EducationEconomics Honours from Sophia College for Women, Mumbai
OccupationModel, Actress
Years active2007–2021
Known forDill Mill Gayye
Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani
Story 9 Months Ki [3]
Bigg Boss 8

In 2014, Kandpal participated Salman khan's controversial reality show Bigg Boss 8 as a contestant on Colors TV. Her other notable works include portraying Simran Khanna in Life OK's Kaisa Yeh Ishq Hai... Ajab Sa Risk Hai (2013–2014) and Debjani Thakur in &TV's show Dilli Wali Thakur Gurls (2015).[3] In 2021, she was seen as Alia Shroff in Sony TV's Story 9 Months Ki (2020–2021).[6][7][8]

Early life and educationEdit

Kandpal was born in Nainital, Uttarakhand, to B.D. Kandpal (former President of the Uttarakhand Bar Association, Deputy Advocate General of Uttarakhand High Court) and Manju Kandpal.[9][10] She has two siblings – an elder sister, Bhavna Kandpal, and a younger brother, Manjul Kandpal – and attended St. Mary's Convent High School, Nainital.[11][12] Kandpal originally wanted to pursue law as her father was a public prosecutor. She received an honors degree in Economics from Sophia College for Women, Mumbai.[13][14]

Personal lifeEdit

She dated Manavendra Singh Shekhawat during the early years of her career but split afterwards.[15]


2007–2009: Start of a career and Dill Mill GayyeEdit

Kandpal started her television career in 2007 with Jersey No. 10 on Sab TV,[16][17] an Indian adaptation of the American series One Tree Hill. A creative director from Cinevistaas Limited spotted her at a coffee shop and asked her to meet him later for an audition.[18] In the same year, she also appeared in the various episodics of Indian horror thriller television anthology series Ssshhhh...Phir Koi Hai on Star One.[19]

In 2008, she replaced Shilpa Anand as Dr. Riddhima Gupta in Indian Medical romance drama Dill Mill Gayye,[20][21] which became a turning point in her career.[22] She worked on the show for ten months and quit in 2009.

In 2009, she appeared in the official music video of the song "Teri Yaad Mein" from the album Chaandan Mein by Kailash Kher.[23]

2010–2015: Breakthrough in Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani and Bigg BossEdit

Sukirti Kandpal Ekta Kapoor and Vivian Dsena at the launch of Star One's Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani

In 2010, she appeared as Siddheshwari Singh in Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Hi Kijo.[24] In June 2010, she participated in Imagine TV's reality show Meethi Choori No 1.[25] Later in October 2010, she played a double role in Balaji Telefilms' supernatural romance Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani as Piya Dobriyal and as Princess Maithili. The show was first youth centric supernatural series in India[26] inspired by The Vampire Diaries[27] and Twilight Saga. The show aired its last episode on 15 December 2011[28] and established her fame and recognition.[29] In the same year, she participated in another reality show for Imagine TV, Nachle Ve with Saroj Khan.

Kandpal at launch of Rab Se Sona Ishq

Kandpal took a break before returning to acting in 2012 as NRI Jazz in Rab Se Sona Ishq in 2012.[30][31] She appeared as four characters with same face in Life OK's series Mystery of clones as a part of Hum Ne Li Hai...Shapath[32] and later returned for another episode as a part of team of criminals who escape from prison to take revenge on Shapath team.[33] She co-hosted a special episode based on the harassment of girls in the crime based television series Gumrah: End of Innocence on Channel V, and later made an appearance on the same show as a college girl in an episode based on the consequences of an open relationship.[34]

In 2013, she starred in Kaisa Ye Ishq Hai..ajab sa risk hai on Life OK as lead.[35] In 2014, she participated in the reality show Bigg Boss 8 where she survived for two weeks until she got evicted on day 14.[36][37]

In 2015, she played a journalist, Debjani Thakur, in &TV's Dilli Wali Thakur Gurls,[38] which was a TV adaptation of Anuja Chauhan's novel Those Pricey Thakur Gurls.[39]

2016–present: Kaala Teeka and further success with Story 9 Months KiEdit

In early 2016, Kandpal appeared as a lead in the episode "Grahan" of &TV's horror fiction show Darr Sabko Lagta Hai. She next played the character of a Haryanvi girl Rajjo in Zee TV's Tashan-E-Ishq.[40]

She was a celebrity host for the travel-centered web series Desi Explorers also featuring in two sub series of Desi Explorers: Desi Explorers Jordan and Desi Explorers Taiwan.[41][42] In 2017, she returned to fictional TV series in season 2 of Zee TV's Kaala Teeka as Naina Yug Choudhary. After this, she decided to have some time off to spend with her family. In July 2019, after a hiatus of two years, she appeared as Saundarya in a five part special crime thriller titled "Chausar"[43] as a part of Savdhaan India special crime series on Star Bharat.[44]

In November 2020, she made a comeback as a lead character of a successful businesswoman Alia Shroff in Story 9 Months Ki on Sony TV.[45][46] Story 9 Months Ki is first-ever show based on choice motherhood through In vitro fertilization on Indian television and explores the journey of a successful single woman towards motherhood on her own terms.[47][48][49] Show was termed as one of the most pathbreaking shows of the year 2021 by Urban Asian.[50] Her character Alia Shroff was included among a list of Strong female characters on Indian television and web series by The Times of India.[6]


Kandpal has appeared in advertisements and TVCs for PC Chandra Jewellers Goldlite collection,[51][52] Hyundai 4S Fluidic Verna The World Sedan,[53] Dove shampoo,[54] Shahnaz Husain's Fair One Cream,[55] and Margo Neem Face wash.[56]

Other workEdit

In 2016, she was associated with the "Sarvodaya Women Empowerment" initiative by Nainital police in her home state of Uttarakhand.[57][58] In 2020, she was associated with "Main Darpok Hoon", an awareness campaign by Hamdard India which was aimed at encouraging people to stay indoors and take preventive measures to stay healthy and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.[59][60] In 2021, she received MEGA Achievers Award by Make Earth Green Again (MEGA) foundation[61] for her work for animal welfare.[62]

In the mediaEdit

In a Hindustan Times poll on The Next Big Thing: Television actors (2011), she was chosen by senior actor Varun Badola as the one who "has the potential to make it big" alongside Ragini Khanna and Ankita Lokhande.[63] She was included in Eastern Eye's list of the top 50 sexiest Asian women in 2014,[64] 2015,[65] 2016[66] and 2017.[67][68] An Indian lifestyle website for men,, listed her among the "35 Hottest Actresses In Indian Television" and also included her among the most desired actresses of Indian Television among teens from 2000s.[69][70] In 2016, listed her among the "28 Sexiest Hindi Television Actresses".[71]

She was ranked 20th Television Personality in a 2015 poll by Sabras Radio for her show Dilli Wali Thakur Gurls.[72] She has been a regular face of the annual Telly Calendar, featuring popular Indian television actresses by Marinating Films and Balaji Telefilms, and was part of all six of its editions up to 2017.[73][74][75][76][77] She received the Aadhi Aabadi Women Achievers Award in 2013 for outstanding contributions in her field.[78] She was featured in the list of 2021’s Top 50 Women of Indian Television by a South Asian entertainment website Urban Asian for her performance in Story 9 Months Ki.[50]

Beauty pageantsEdit

Kandpal represented India (as Miss India Worldwide India) in the 2011 Miss India Worldwide contest held in Dubai, won the title Miss Bollywood Diva, and was one of the top ten contenders among the participants spanning over 30 countries.[79][80] She was a judge for the Mrs. India Dubai International Beauty Pageant in 2016, alongside Dia Mirza and Mr and Miss Delhi India in 2017, alongside Aditi Govitrikar and Shahnaz Hussain.[81][82]


Year Show Role Notes Ref(s)
2007 Jersey No. 10 Sakshi Leading role TV Debut [83]
2008 Ssshhhh...Phir Koi Hai Rinky/Sumi (Episodes 31, 39, 46, 48) (Episodic roles)
2008–2009 Dill Mill Gayye Dr. Riddhima Gupta Leading role [84]
2009–2010 Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Hi Kijo Siddheshwari Singh Antagonist [85]
2010–2011 Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani Piya Dobriyal & Princess Gayatrisinghi Shivranjini Maithali Gaurima Pandher (Leading role & antagonist) [28]
2012 Rab Se Sohna Isshq Jasbeer Pal/Jazz Antagonist [86]
Hum Ne Li Hai...Shapath Monisha, Leena, Sonia & Bindiya Leading role (Multiple characters/Clones) [87]
Gumrah: End of Innocence Tanvi Leading role [88]
2013–2014 Kaisa Yeh Ishq Hai... Ajab Sa Risk Hai Simran Khanna/Simmi [89]
2015 Dilli Wali Thakur Girls Debjani Thakur [90]
2016 Darr Sabko Lagta Hai (Series-1) Rashmi Episode 19 "Grahan"
Tashan-e-Ishq Rajjo Cameo appearance [91]
2017 Kaala Teeka Naina Choudhary Leading role [92]
2019 Savdhaan India (Special Crime Series) Saundarya [93]
2020–2021 Story 9 Months Ki Alia Shroff [94]

Reality and guest appearancesEdit

Year Show Role Notes Ref(s)
2009 Sa Re Ga Ma Pa L'il Champs Herself Guest [95]
2010 Meethi Choori No 1 Contestant Guest
Comedy Circus Performer Standup comedy with Khayali Guest
2010 Geet – Hui Sabse Parayi Guest (as Piya) To promote Pyaar Kii Ye Ek Kahaani
Dhoondh Legi Manzil Humein
Rang Badalti Odhani
Yeh Ishq Haaye
2011 Nachle Ve with Saroj Khan Contestant Guest
Koffee With Karan Guest as Piya (Season 3, Episode 10) [96]
2012 Punar Vivaah - Zindagi Milegi Dobara Guest Special Mahasangam episode for Zee TV 20 years celebration [97]
2012 Hum Ne Li Hai...Shapath Monisha, Leena, Sonia & Bindiya Various characters [98]
2013 Pavitra Rishta Guest as Jazz Special appearance in episode 956 [99]
Do Dil Ek Jaan Guest (as Simran) Mahasangam episode with Kaisa Yeh Ishq Hai... Ajab Sa Risk Hai [100]
Junoon – Aisi Nafrat Toh Kaisa Ishq Integration episode with Kaisa Yeh Ishq Hai... Ajab Sa Risk Hai [101]
The Bachelorette India: Mere Khayaalon Ki Mallika Guest Presenter in the grand finale [102]
2014 Bigg Boss 8 Contestant Evicted Day 14 [103]
Box Cricket League 1 Herself Player for Team Rowdy Bangalore [104]
2015 Killerr Karaoke Atka Toh Latkah Contestant To Promote her show Dilli Wali Thakur Gurls [105]
2021 India's Best Dancer Guest To Promote her show Story 9 Months Ki [106]

Other appearancesEdit

Year Show Role Ref(s)
2016 Desi Explorers Jordan Host [107]
Desi Explorers Taiwan Host [108]

Music videosEdit

Year Song Album Singer
2009 "Teri Yaad Mein" Chaandan Mein Kailash Kher

Short FilmEdit

Year Film Notes
2013 Koi Kuch Karta Kyun Nahin Short film[109]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Work Result
2017 Indian Television Academy Awards (ITA) Best Actress-Female Kaala Teeka Nominated
2021 Popular Actress-Drama Story 9 Months Ki Nominated [110]

See alsoEdit


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