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Real Name- Esha Rameshbhai Kansara
Nickname- Not Known
Profession- Actress, Dancer
Famous Role- Kritika Anand Shergill (Kittu) in TV serial Ek Nanad Ki Khushiyon Ki Chaabi… Meri Bhabhi (2013-2014)
Physical Stats &More
Height (approx.) in centimeters- 163 cm
Weight (approx) in Kilograms-53 kg in Pounds- 117 Ibs
Figure Measurements (approx.) 34-25-35
Eye Colour- Dark Brown
Hair Colour- Black
Date of Birth- 20 August 1992 Age (as in 2021) 29 Years
Birth Place- Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Zodiac sign/Sun sign- Leo
Hometown- Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
School- Amrit Jyoti School, Ahmedabad; Hiramani School, Ahmedabad
College- Mithibai College, Mumbai, India
Education Qualifications- Graduate
Debut Film: Duniyadari (Gujarati, 2017)
TV- Dance India Dance (2010)
Father- Ramesh Kansara
Brother- Not Known
Sister- Not Known
Hobbies- Dancing, watching films, singing, travelling
Favourite Actress- Deepika Padukone, Madhuri Dixit
Favourite Films- Queen (2013), Hasee Toh Phasee (2014)
Favourite Destinations- Manali, Shimla, Ladakh
Boys, Affairs and More
Marital Status- Unmarried
Affair/Boyfriend- Not KnoWn
Some Lesser Known Facts About Esha Kansara
Does Esha Kansara smoke?: Not Known
Does Esha Kansara drink alcohol?: Not Known
Esha was born and brought up in Ahmedabad, India.
She is a trained classical dancer and has learmed Bharatnatyam for seven years in Ahmedabad
She has done an acting course from Vigour Media Academy, Ahmedabad.
In 2009, she participated in Miss Gujarat beauty pageant and was the 2nd runner up She won the state level dance competition- Nrutyam.
In 2010, she participated in the dance reality show Dance India Dance that aired on Zee TV and was one of the top 100 finalists from India She also participated in Colors TV reality show Kitchen Champion Season 4.
She started her acting career in 2011 by playing the role of Devki Shah in the TV serial Mukti Bandhan.
She is a certified Tandem Skydiver and has trained from Hinton Skydiving Centre