Shalin Bhanot Wiki, Age, Height, Career, Family, Wife, Biography & More

Shalin Bhanot

Shalin Bhanot is a Hindi television actor from India. Bhanot began his career as a participant on MTV Roadies and has since been in a number of dramas and web programs. In 2008, he competed in Nach Baliye 4 and was the winner. He has been a contestant in Colors TV’s reality show Bigg Boss 16 since October 2022. Let’s check out Shalin Bhanot Wiki, Age, Height, Career, Family, Wife, Biography & More.

Shalin Bhanot Wiki/Bio:

Real Name:Shalin Brijmohan Bhanot
Nick Name:Sha
Date of Birth:15 November 1983
Birthplace:Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh
Zodiac Sign:Scorpio
Marital Status:Divorced

Shalin Bhanot Age, Height, Weight:

Age:40 Years (As of 2023)
Height:5Ft 10in
Weight:76 Kg

Shalin Bhanot Career:

Shalin Bhanot moved to Mumbai after finishing his formal schooling in Madhya Pradesh, where he auditioned for the second season of the MTV reality show Roadies in 2004.

Shalin Bhanot made his acting debut in the Hindi entertainment industry in 2005 as Akshay in Ayushmaan, a Sony Entertainment Television serial. Shalin Bhanot appeared in the Zee TV serial Saat Phere: Saloni Ka Safar in the same year, playing the character Karan.

Shalin Bhanot portrayed Agni, a character in the Sony Entertainment Television drama Kulvaddhu, in 2006. Shalin Bhanot debuted on Sony Entertainment Television in two TV programmes in 2007, Aahat and Kaajjal. Shalin later played the role of Veer Jadeja in the Star One TV programme Betiyaan Apni Yaa Paraaya Dhan. Shalin starred in three Hindi TV serials from 2007 to 2010: Sangam, Naaginn, and Air Hostess.

Shalin Bhanot appeared in Ssshhhh…Phir Koi Hai, a horror TV show, and Saas v/s Bahu, a reality dance TV show in 2008. Shalin Bhanot later played Chirag in Dill Mill Gayye, which aired on Star One. Shalin Bhanot and his ex-wife Dalljiet Kaur competed in and won the StarPlus dancing reality show Nach Baliye 4 in 2009.

Shalin Bhanot portrayed the character Suryakamal in the NDTV Imagine TV series Do Hanson Ka Jodaa in 2010.

Shalin appeared in two Hindi serials in 2011: Baat Hamari Pakki Hai and Beend Banoongaa Ghodi Chadhunga. Later, Shalin and Dalljiet appeared on Imagine TV’s Nachle Ve, a dancing reality TV show hosted by Saroj Khan. Shalin plays the character Ranveer in the 2012 StarPlus TV series Sajda Tere Pyaar Mein. He appeared as Dr. Shizal in the Life OK TV series SuperCops vs Supervillains in 2015. Later, he played Duryodhan in Sony Entertainment Television’s Hindu mythological TV series Suryaputra Karn.

Shalin played Maha Singh, Maharaja Ranjit Singh’s father, in the 2017 Life OK TV series Sher-e-Punjab: Maharaja Ranjit Singh.

He participated in two horror TV programmes in 2018, “Kaun Hai?” and “Laal Ishq.” In 2019, he played Ravan in Colors TV’s Hindu mythological TV series Ram Siya Ke Luv Kush.

He appears as Keshav Goradia in the Colors TV supernatural fictitious serial Naagin 4: Bhagya Ka Zehreela Khel in the same year. He appeared as a guest contender on Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 10 in 2020. Shalin Bhanot appeared in season 16 of the Colors TV reality show Bigg Boss

Shalin Bhanot made his web series debut in 2019 with The Red Land, in which he played the character Babloo Singh.

Shalin Bhanot made his Bollywood debut in the 2006 action comedy film Pyare Mohan, opposite Fardeen Khan, Vivek Oberoi, Sanjay Mishra, and Boman Irani.

Shalin Bhanot Family:

His father Brij Mohan is a businessman. Sunita Bhanot is his mother’s name.

Rahul Bhanot is his elder brother’s name. Shweta Bhanot Nagpal is his sister’s name.

Shalin Bhanot Wife:

Shalin Bhanot married TV serial actress Dalljiet Kaur in 2009. On July 25, 2016, the couple divorced.

Shalin Bhanot Controversy:

Dalljiet Kaur filed for divorce in the Bombay High Court in 2015, accusing Shalin of physical assault against her. She further claimed that Shalin cheated on her and wanted dowry from her parents after their marriage.

In response to the allegations, Shalin called Dalljeit’s claims untrue and unjustified. During an interview, Shalin stated that he never hit her or demanded money from her parents.

In 2016, the Bombay High Court ruled in Shalin’s favour, dismissing all claims against him; although, the court granted Dalljeit permanent custody of their juvenile son, Jaydon.

Dalljeit Kaur filed another petition in court in 2019, alleging her ex-husband and his family of failing to pay her alley money. In her complaint, she alleged that Shalin and his family lavished themselves with money while refusing to help her and Jaydon.