Early Life of Sayali Bhagat
Sayali Bhagat was born on 1st January 1984 in Maharashtra. She hails from the city of Nashik and was born in Maharashtra. She is belonging from a traditional Marathi family. Sayali Bhagat studied at Fravashi Academy, Nasik. Sayali Bhagat completed her graduation in BMS (Bachelor of Management Studies) from Alkesh Dinesh Mody Institute of Finance and Management Studies.
Career of Sayali Bhagat
Sayali Bhagat competed in Femina Miss India 2004 and won the title of Femina Miss India World. Like many other beauty contest winners, Sayali Bhagat entered the modelling industry followed by Bollywood. Her initial modelling assignments were for Dentzz, SNDT College show and Swarovski gems fashion show. The Train: Some Lines Should Never Be Crossed was her first Hindi film, co-starring Emraan Hashmi and Geeta Basra.
Television Career of Sayali Bhagat
Sayali Bhagat also appeared as a journalist from Singapore, who pretends to interview Rahul Dravid, who is one of the famous Indian cricketer, now the mentor of private cricket on the show MTV Bakra. In 2009, Sayali Bhagat was seen in the Hindi movie named, Paying Guests, just opposite to Javed Jaffrey. She also appeared in a music video for the popular Punjabi song "Aish Karo" by A.S. Kang.
Filmography of Sayali Bhagat
Personal life of Sayali Bhagat
On 10th December 2013, Sayali Bhagat married Navneet Pratap Singh, who is a Delhi based businessman.
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