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Deepali Issar is the better half of the well-known Indian movie and also television actor Puneet Issar who portrayed the function of Duryodhana’ in the Indian legendary TV series “Mahabharat” (1988).

Wiki/Biography

Deepali Issar was born in Mumbai. She did her schooling from Sumati Vidya Kendra, Juhu. Later, she participated in Sophia University, Mumbai.

Deepali Issar's Childhood Picture

Deepali Issar’s Childhood Picture

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5 ′ 10 ″

Eye Colour: Black

Hair Colour: Black

Deepali Issar

Family Members, Caste & Hubby

Deepali is the child of Punjabi star Diljit Puri. Her mommy’s name is Ashita Puri, a Bengali actress. Deepali is the sibling of prominent Indian youngster actor Satyajeet Puri.

Satyajeet Puri

Satyajeet Puri

She was dating the well-known Indian actor Puneet Issar from her teenage years. Later on, the pair obtained married, and they are honored with 2 children; a daughter and a boy. Her kid Siddhant Issar is a star, and her child, Nivriti Issar is founder/writer at Psychedelic Nomadz.

Deepali Issar and Her Children

Deepali Issar and also Her Youngsters

Deepali Issar and Puneet Issar

Deepali Issar and also Puneet Issar

Deepali Issar With Her Children

Deepali Issar With Her Youngsters

Deepali Issar With Her Husband

Deepali Issar With Her Spouse

Deepali Issar With Puneet Issar

Deepali Issar With Puneet Issar

Profession

She penned down the screenplay of the Hindi-Punjabi film ‘I am Singh’ in 2011, directed by Puneet Issar

Facts/Trivia

  • Her family and friends call her Nanni or Nannu. Deepali Issar
  • Her preferred quote is,

In Life, if you keep doing what you have actually always done, you will maintain getting what you have always Got!”

  • Her pastimes consist of travelling as well as reviewing publications. Deepali Issar
  • In 2013, while Deepali and Puneet were watching the movie ‘Ship of Theseus’ (2012) at Cinemax, Andheri, she reprimanded an Indian Australian boy in public for disappointing gratefulness in the direction of the national anthem of India.