Rajdeep Sardesai is a popular Indian journalist. He is also fond of writing and he worked with prestigious channels like iBN7, CNN IBN, and many others. He is one of the most successful journalists in India.
The net worth of Rajdeep Sardesai is not known.
The main source of income for Rajdeep Sardesai is the fee he receives from the channel for journalism
The real name of this successful journalist is Rajdeep Dilip Sardesai
Date of Birth: 24th May 1965
Age: 53 years
Rajdeep Sardesai has an average height and he is 5 feet and 9 inches tall. In addition to this, he weighs about 74 Kgs.
Rajdeep Sardesai is presently married to Sagarika Ghose
Talking about the personal background, it is known that Rajdeep Sardesai was born in Mumbai in 1965. He completed his schooling from Campion School and he also went to The Cathedral & John Connon School. After completing his schooling, he enrolled himself in St Xavier’s College and he earned a degree in Bachelor of Arts from there. He later enrolled himself in University College, Oxford and he received his Masters of Arts degree from there. It is known that he also has a degree in Bachelor of Civil Law but the name of the college is not known. The name of Rajdeep’s father is Dilip Sardesai and he was a cricketer. The name of Rajdeep’s mother is Nandini Sardesai. Rajdeep also has a sister and his sister’s name is Shonali. Talking about the personal life, it is known that Rajdeep Sardesai is married to Sagarika Ghose and the couple got married in 1994. As per the information available, Rajdeep Sardesai’s wife is also a journalist and the couple has a son and a daughter.
It is known that Rajdeep started his career with The Times of India and he worked with them for a period of 6 years. He was the city editor for the Mumbai edition of the newspaper. After leaving Times of India, he tried his hand of TV journalism and he got success there as well. He started his job as a Political Editor with NDTV and he soon became the Managing Editor of NDTV 24×7 and NDTV India. During his tenure for NDTV, he also hosted many shows like The Big Fight and later in 2005 he resigned for NDTV. After leaving his job at NDTV, he started with Global Broadcast News along with CNN and TV18. They launched three channels by the name of CNBC TV-18, CNBC Awaaz and SAW. The company later acquired Channel 7 and they renamed the channel as IBN7. In the later years, Reliance Industries acquired the channel for a sum of Rs 40 Billion and that was the time when Rajdeep left the channel. It is known that Rajdeep received a Padma Shri award in 2008 and he also received Ramnath Goenka Award along with International Broadcasters Award. As per one of the sources, he earns about Rs 80 lakhs per month.
Properties and Cars
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