17 Facts About Neha Dhupia


Neha Dhupia won the title of Femina Miss India in year 2002 and represented India at Miss Universe 2002.


Neha Dhupia has worked in several film productions and has made number of reality show appearances.


Neha Dhupia's father, Commander Pradip Singh Dhupia, served in the Indian Navy and mother, Manpinder, is a homemaker.


Neha Dhupia went to Naval Public School, Cochin then transferred to Navy Children School, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi.


Neha Dhupia graduated from Jesus and Mary College in New Delhi, affiliated to the University of Delhi, with honours in History.


Neha Dhupia made her acting debut in a play in New Delhi called Graffiti.


Neha Dhupia was sent to the Miss Universe 2002 pageant in Puerto Rico where she placed in the top 10.


Neha Dhupia rose to fame with her title role in Julie and then appeared in Sheesha in a dual role of twin sisters, but it did not do well at the box office.


Neha Dhupia then starred in films such as Kyaa Kool Hai Hum and Shootout at Lokhandwala, which did well at the box office and featured in a segment of the anthology film Dus Kahaniyaan.


Neha Dhupia has modeled on the runway for designers such as Rohit Bal and D'damas.


Neha Dhupia debuted season four in November 2019 and planned to expand the podcast into a web series.


Neha Dhupia has run in the Mumbai Marathon to support the Concern India Foundation and helped to raise over 5 lakhs.


Neha Dhupia helped to raise money for victims of the 2011 Sikkim earthquake.


Neha Dhupia participated in the Hiru Golden Film Awards 2014 in Sri Lanka as a special guest along with Bollywood actors such as Sunil Shetty, Vivek Oberoi, Anil Kapoor, and actress Bipasha Basu.


Neha Dhupia married actor Angad Bedi, the son of former Indian cricket captain Bishan Singh Bedi in a private ceremony at a Gurudwara on 10 May 2018.


Neha Dhupia was fat-shamed for her post-pregnancy weight gains by certain sections of the media in 2019.


Neha Dhupia gave birth to her second child, a baby boy on 3 October 2021 and named him Guriq Singh Dhupia Bedi.