Abhisar Sharma (Journalist) Height, Weight, Age, Wife, Biography & More

Abhisar Sharma (Journalist) Height, Weight, Age, Wife, Biography & More
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Abhisar Sharma (born August 13, 1972) is an Indian Journalist, Television News Presenter, and Author from New Delhi. He also released his own handwritten novel “Eye of the Predator” in 2010. In addition to this, he has also authored the book “One Hundred Lives for You (2014)” and “El Filo del Mangel (2012)”.

He spends most of her career working with major Indian news channels such as ABP News, Zee Network, NDTV and TV Today. The 46-year-old journalist has also appeared on several television news programs and prime-time discussions.

Abhisar Sharma (Journalist) Height, Weight, Age, Wife, Biography & More

Real Name Abhisar Sharma
Physical Stats & More
Weight (approx.) in kilograms- 70 kg
in pounds- 154 lbs
Height (approx.) in centimeters- 175 cm
in meters- 1.75 m
in feet inches- 5’ 9”
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Black
Personal Life
Age (as in 2017) Not Known
Date of Birth 13 August
Birth Place New Delhi, India
Zodiac sign/Sun sign Leo
Nationality Indian
Hometown New Delhi
School Kendriya Vidyalaya, Tagore Garden, New Delhi
CollegeBhartiya Vidya Bhawan, New Delhi
Panjab University, Chandigarh
Educational Qualification Diploma in Journalism
B.Sc. (PCM)
BBC Chemical and Biological Radiation Course
Favourite Things

Favourite Food Raajma Chawal
Girls, Affairs and More
Marital Status Married
Wife/Spouse Sumana Sen (Income Tax Officer)
Children Son- 1 (Name Not Known)
Daughter- Not Known

Abhisar Sharma Controversy

Abhisar was working with NDTV, S.K. Srivastava, an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) official, charged ex-wife Sumana Sen that the company had bribed the lady in the form of trips to Europe when he preferred them by signing an order as assistant commissioner, after which NDTV was recovered INR 1.47 crore. Subsequently, Sean filed an affidavit in which he claimed that by joining the department as an assistant commissioner, he orally informed her superiors that her husband was an employee of NDTV.

Then, the Income Tax Commissioner approved an order that an NDTV assessment is carried out by an additional Commissioner, and not by her. A source on NDTV said Sharma received INR 71,000 plus $1,000 to spend on his family on his trip abroad in 2005 as part of his salary, with the same person sarcastically saying:

“If we assume that during the four years he worked with us, the company spent a total amount of INR 1.6 crore on him, which included salaries, bonuses, stock options for employees, and a car, then we must have been pretty stupid to offer bribes. He spent a huge amount of money to recover income tax of 1.47 Indian rupees crore which was our right.”

Facts About Abhisar Sharma

Does Abhisar Sharma smoke?: Unknown

Does Abhisar Sharma drink alcohol?: Unknown

While at the university, Abhisar participated in many debates and won many honors for excellence in this field.

After completing his Diploma in Journalism, he started working independently for Hindustan Times, All India Radio and The Observer before being associated with any media outlet.

Abhisar began working as a trainee reporter with Newstrack, India’s first independent news and current affairs magazine, in 1995.

In 1996, he joined B.A.G Films as a production assistant. The production house is responsible for producing entertainment, news, and current affairs programs for various TV channels.

With ZEE News, he began working as a reporter in 1996, initially covering wildlife-related topics. Later, Ab Hissar went to cover political stories and work on Parliament issues. In addition to being a reporter, he has also hosted Prime Time News bulletins on ZEE.

Abhisar Sharma then joined BBC Bush House in London in 1999, where he produced five news and current affairs programs that were broadcast on television at various times of the day. He was also responsible for the weekly science and development program.

Abhisar Sharma was sent to the BBC’s Delhi office in 2001, where his job was to go out into the field and gather news.

Abhisar worked as a presenter and journalist at NDTV between October 2003 and October 2007. He has covered many international events, including Vajpayee’s visit to China, Russia, and Bangladesh.

While working for NDTV, he had filmed “Gustakhi Maaf”, India’s first political satire show.

In October 2007, he became deputy editor-in-chief of the TV Today news network. He worked for about 5 years 3 months with TV Today and resigned in December 2012 to join Zee Network as editor in February 2013. In the same year, this journalist was appointed as a news anchor on ABP News, covering field reports. As well as hosting great news programs.

Received the 2008 Ramnath Goenka Memorial Foundation Award for Excellence in Journalism.

After serving as the editor for Zee Network between February and July 2013, he joined ABP News in August of the same year and has been on the channel ever since.

In June 2017, he was awarded the “Red Ink Award” for Best Human Rights Story 2016 for “Operation Laal Jungle”.

Abhisar Sharma has published three books in the “The Taliban Conundrum Trilogy” entitled “The Eye of the Predator”, “The Dark Side of Me”, and “The Edge of the Machete”.

As of 2018, your estimated salary ranges between Rs. 35-60 lakhs INR per month.

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