Romit Raj is an Indian actor, well known for playing Yuvraj Garodia in Zee TV serials Ghar Ki Lakshmi Betiyann. Similarly, he is famous for his role as Jeet Khurana in Maayka.
Romit Raj: Early Life and Personal Details
Raj was born on 9 July 1980 in Mumbai, India. As far as his ethnicity is concerned he belongs to South Asian and holds the Indian nationality. He lived in Mumbai until he was 10 years old and then shifted to Kolkata in order to begin his career in the field of modeling.
The popular actor Romit Raj is 5 feet 10 inch in height and has an athletic body physique of 167 lbs. His zodiac sign is Cancer. He follows Hindu religion and culture.
Romit Raj is a happily married man. He got married his longtime girlfriend Tina Kakkar. The duo seems to be happy together. The couple has a daughter named Rehaa was born on 30 April 2012.
But before Tina, he was in a relationship with a famous actress Shilpa Shinde. The couple has even planned for the marriage but just before a month of the marriage date, they canceled it due to their internal issues.
Romit Raj: Career
The artistic actor, Romit Raj was interested in the field of acting and wanted to earn his name and fame in the same field since his childhood. So in order to pursue his career, he shifted to Kolkata from Mumbai.
During his early age, he involved in college and school plays. Additionally, he got an opportunity to act in Bengali television serials and telefilm. Later on, he again moved back to Mumbai and landed the role of Yuvraj in Ghar Ki Lakshmi Betiyaan. Likewise, he also played the role of Jeet in Maayka on Zee TV.
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Once Romit got an accident while filming a scene in which he was supposed to run on the road which was set on fire. Although he completed his shot his clothes were set on fire during the shot of Yatra.
Romit Raj: Net Worth and Life Style
Romit Raj lives a luxurious life. He earns a decent amount of salary from his modeling and acting career. Although his net worth has not revealed yet it can be assumed to be more than millions of dollars.