Esha Gupta Biography, Career Highlights, Filmography, Famous Things, Physical Appearance, Family Members | Complete Guide

Esha Gupta Personal Information:

Full NameEsha Gupta
Date of BirthNovember 28, 1985
Place of BirthNew Delhi, India
Height5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)
ProfessionActress, Model
EducationMass Communication
Marital StatusSingle

Esha Gupta Physical Appearance:

Height5 feet 7 inches (170 cm)
WeightApproximately 60 kg
Eye ColorLight Brown
Hair ColorBlack
Body TypeHourglass
Figure Size34-25-35 inches (Bust-Waist-Hips)
Dress Size4 (US)
Shoe Size7 (US)

Esha Gupta Family Members:

FatherNot Available
MotherNot Available
BrotherKaran Gupta
SisterNeha Gupta

Esha Gupta Career Highlights:

ModelingMiss India International 2007, Kingfisher Calendar Girl 2010
Film Debut"Jannat 2" (2012)
Popular Films"Raaz 3" (2012), "Rustom" (2016), "Baadshaho" (2017)
AwardsFilmfare Glamour and Style Awards (2016), Lions Gold Awards (2017)

Esha Gupta Filmography:

2012Jannat 2Dr. Jhanvi Singh Tomar
2012Raaz 3Sanjana Dhanraj
2013ChakravyuhRhea Menon
2014HumshakalsDr. Shivani Gupta
2015BabyPriya Singh
2016RustomPriti Makhija
2019One Day: Justice DeliveredLaxmi Rathi
2020Desi MagicSonia Saxena
2021Hera Pheri 3- (announced)

Esha Gupta Famous Things:

Miss India International 2007Esha won the title of Miss India International in 2007.
Kingfisher Calendar Girl 2010She featured as a model in the prestigious Kingfisher Calendar in 2010.
Breakthrough Film"Jannat 2" (2012)
Popular Song"Main Rahoon Ya Na Rahoon" (2015)
Notable Performance"Rustom" (2016) - Received critical acclaim for her role as Priti Makhija.
Fashion IconKnown for her stylish and glamorous appearances at various events.
Social Media PresenceEsha has a significant following on Instagram and regularly shares her photoshoots and fashion looks.
Philanthropic WorkActively involved in supporting various charitable causes.

Esha Gupta Social Media Profiles:

PlatformProfile Link

Esha Gupta in controversy:

  • In 2017, she was criticized for her comments about the #MeToo movement. She said that she did not believe that the movement was necessary in India because women were not being sexually harassed as much as they were in other countries.
  • In 2018, she was accused of plagiarism after she posted a picture on Instagram that was similar to a picture that had been posted by another user. She later apologized for the incident.
  • In 2019, she was criticized for her comments about the Indian government. She said that she did not believe that the government was doing enough to help the poor and the marginalized.
  • In 2020, she was accused of promoting violence against women after she posted a picture on Instagram that showed her holding a gun. She later apologized for the incident.

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