|Residence Mumbai, India|
Siblings Gayatri Pandit
Height 1.83 m
Name Shiv Pandit
|Born 21 June 1984 (age 31) (1984-06-21) Nagpur, Maharashtra, India|
Occupation Actor, Television Host Previously Radio Jockey
Years active 2000–2002 (Theatre) 2002–2004 (Radio Jockey) 2005–present (Actor & Television Host)
Movies Boss, Leelai, Shaitan, Solid Patels, Mumbai Delhi Mumbai
Similar People Manasi Parekh, Aditi Rao Hydari, Bejoy Nambiar, Piaa Bajpai, Satish Rajwade
Shiv Pandit Biography,Lifestyle,Income,Net worth,Age,Wiki,Wife,Family
Shiv Pandit (born 21 June 1984) is an Indian actor and television host. He is the brother of Gayatri Pandit, who has been an assistant director on the films Desi Boyz (2011), Boss (2013), Roy (2015) and Shivaay (2016) and Arjun Pandit, a sports anchor on STAR Sports. Shiv is also the co-owner of Chandigarh Cubs cricket team in the Box Cricket League (B.C.L.) along with actress Anita Hassanandani.
Shiv Pandit made his screen debut in 2011 with the critically & commercially successful Hindi film 'Shaitan' where he got noticed and was nominated for the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut. He went on to debut as a lead actor in the Tamil film Leelai. The film opened to extremely positive reviews, with Pandit's performance being extremely well received by both critics & audience alike.
After having featured in several T.V. commercials for popular brands (Sprite, Airtel, Tide, Colgate, LG & Rotomac to name a few), Pandit landed the lead role in the Television Sitcom 'FIR' in 2006. Post his stint on the show, he was contracted as the host for the 1st edition of the Indian Premier League on Set MAX for the show 'Extraaa Innings T20' in 2008.
Pandit was ranked 3rd in Times of India's (Itimes.com) 'Most Promising Newcomer' in 2011.