Riya Sharma Wiki, Age, Instagram, Photos, Boyfriend, Birthdate & More

Riya Sharma is one of those celebrities who work on the small screen to give a dose of entertainment to the Indian audience.

Riya Sharma has also recently been honoured with the International Iconic Awards 2021. She is particularly known as an Indian television actress.

Till now she has appeared in TV shows like Sath Phero Ki Hera Pheri, Maharaj Ki Jai Ho! and Pinjara Khubsurti Ka.

Recently she is playing the character of Mayura in the show Pinjara Khubsurti Ka on Colors TV. So let’s now know about Riya Sharma in detail.

Riya Sharma Biography – Early Life & Career

Personal Info

Real NameRiya Sharma
Nick NameRiri
Date of Birth 9 October 1998
Birth Place Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Age (as in 2021)23 Years
Birth Sign (Zodiac)Virgo
HobbiesDancing and Working out
Profession(s)Actress, Dancer & Model
DebutTV: Saat Phero ki Hera Pheri (2018)
Marital StatusUnmarried
Hometown Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Famous ForAs a role of Mayura in jara Khubsurti Ka in 2021

Body Appearance & Physical Stats

Height5′ 5″ Feet
Weight58 Kg
Figure Measurement33-26-34
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourDark Brown

Riya Sharma was born on 9 October 1998 in Nagpur, Maharashtra. She has recently completed her college studies from Mumbai.

Riya had made her presence modeling since college days. During this time she also did many TV ads, you must have seen Riya in Tropicana Juice, Cadbury Perk, Elite Food etc.

But she got her first breakthrough in the TV industry with the 2018 Sab TV show Sath Phero Ki Hera Pheri where she appeared in the role of Chinki, a girl studying in 8th standard. who was a big phone addict.

Riya Sharma played the character of Sunaina in the serial Maharaj Ki Jai Ho!. But this serial got a very low rating in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, due to which the producer of this serial has declined this serial in the middle.

Since then Riya is playing the character of Mayura in the Colors TV show Pinjara Khubsurti Ka. Riya’s character in this show was well received by the people, due to which she also got the IIA 2020 Award.

Education Information

College(s)/University N/A
Education QualificationGraduate

Favourite Things

ActorLeonardo DiCaprio, Johnny Depp, Johnny Lever & Nawazuddin Siddiqui
ActressMargot Robbie, Julia Roberts, Miley Cyrus & Blake Lively
FoodRajma Chawal, Dal Chawal, Vegetable Biryani
DessertRas Malai, Gulab Jamun
SongOcean Drive (Duke Dumont)
SingerArijit Singh
CricketersMahendra Singh Dhoni & Virat Kohli
SportCricket & Basketball

Net Worth & Income

Income/Salary70K – 79K per episode
Net WorthAbove the 80 Lakh
Sources of IncomeFrom TV shows, Ads etc…

Serial List

2018Saat Phero Ki Hera PherieChinki
2020Maharaj Ki Jai Ho!Sunaina
2020Pinjara Khubsurti KaMayura

Awards & Achievements

  • International Iconic Awards 2021 for the Mayura role of the show Pinjara Khubsurti Ka

Family & Boyfriens

ParentsFather: Not Available
Mother: Pratima Sharma

Instagram, YouTube, Contact Details & Social Media

Riya is very active on all social media platforms. She has more than 249K followers on his official Instagram account. She uses her Instagram account to post her videos and hot photos and promote many brand’s products.

Riya Sharma Instagram
Riya Sharma’s Instagram
Contact Info
Mobile Number936894xxxx

Riya is an avid animal lover. She keeps posting pictures and videos on social media to protect animals and prevent cruelty against them.

Her friends and family fondly call her Riri.

Riya follows a vegetarian diet.


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