Donal's acting career began in 2015 when she was seen in Star Plus’ show Airlines. The first big break in acting that happened was in the form of Life OK’s show Kalash - Ek Vishwaas. Her first show as a lead was in 2017 in Ek Deewana Tha
Donal Bisht. Picture Courtesy/PR
Tonight, the action begins. Salman Khan's Bigg Boss 15 premieres tonight on Colors TV and the contestants will be locked in the house for months. Telly actress Donal Bisht is one of the confirmed contestants to enter the house.
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But did you know, before pursuing acting, Donal Bisht was a journalist for Doordarshan? She even anchored the channel’s show Chitrahaar. Here's all you need to know about the actress...
Claim to fame
Donal's acting career began in 2015 when she was seen in Star Plus’ show Airlines. The first big break in acting that happened was in the form of Life OK’s show Kalash - Ek Vishwaas. Her first show as a lead was in 2017 in Ek Deewana Tha. One of her most successful shows has been Roop - Mard Ka Naya Swaroop. In the world of web-series, she has been a part of shows like Tia and Raj and The Socho Project. Another show that’s currently under production is called In Cold Blood.
Donal Bisht is one of the most gorgeous actresses in the TV industry. In a media interaction, Donal had confessed to breaking several hearts back in school. One of her relationships that came to the limelight was with her serial Ek Deewana Tha’s director, Prateek Shah. After they broke up, Shah stated that there was no third party involved and whatever happened between them should remain between them. He added that calling off the relationship was a mutual decision.
A few years ago, a controversy erupted on the sets of her show Roop - Mard Ka Naya Swaroop when reports about Shashank Vyas harassing Donal Bisht began to surface. It was stated that he used to mock her for giving too many retakes for a shot and it all got down to harassment. When the actress was asked about these reports, she stated the news was blown out of proportion and that there were just creative differences.