Rohit Sardana (Journalist) Wiki, Age, Death, Wife, Family, Biography

Rohit Sardana (22 September 1981 – 30 April 2021) was a rashtravadi anchor and media personality. He had hosted Taal Thok Ke, a debate programme which discusses contemporary issues in India on Zee News. He left Zee News to join Aaj Tak in 2017, and he hosted the debate show Dangal from then on.[1][2] He was a recipient of the 2018 Ganesh Vidyarthi Puraskar Award.[3] He died due to COVID-19 on April 30, 2021.[4]

Early Life and Education

Sardana had a bachelor of arts degree in psychology. From 2000 to 2002, Sardana completed his academic work to earn a post-graduate degree in mass communication from Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology.


Real NameRohit Sardana
Date of Birth22 September
Age (at the time of death)42 Years
Birth PlaceHaryana, India
Home TownKurukshetra, Haryana
SchoolGita Niketan Awasiya Vidyalaya, Kurukshetra
CollegeGuru Jambeshwar University of Science and Technology, Hisar, Haryana
Educational QualificationsB.A. (Psychology)
M.A. (Mass Communication)
HobbiesReading, Travelling, Watching Movies, Cooking

Height, Weight & Body Measurements & More

Height (Centi.) (approx.)178 cm
Height (meters)1.78 m
Height (feet)5’ 10”
Weight (Kilograms)(approx.)75 kg
Weight (Pounds)165 lbs
Hair ColorBlack
Eye’s ColorBlack


He started working as an assistant producer for the Sahara Samay in the year 2003. He joined Zee News as an Executive Director, News presenter, Anchor and a host, where he hosted the popular debate show Taal Thok Ke in 2004

Awards• Sansui Best News Program Award
• Madhav Jyoti Samman
• Best News Anchor Award and many more

Family, Parents, Siblings

Parentsfather - Name Not Known
Mother - Name Not Known
SiblingsBrother: 1
Sister: Not Known


Marital StatusMarried
WifeNot Known
ChildrenSon- None
Daughters- 2

Since 2004, Sardana was with Zee News in the capacity of an executive editor, anchor, news presenter and host for the network's Hindi language programmes. He was a senior anchor at Aaj Tak. Sardana formerly worked with the ETV Network and Akashvani. He hosted a show called Dangal (translation: Arena) on Aaj Tak which featured debate panels.

Sardana formerly produced Karmakshetra, among the first Hindi-language news programmes whose primary objective was reporting, for an Indian audience, the state of political accountability in India. The programme question-answer format focuses on Members of Parliament (MP) with Sardana variously challenging and questioning the MP's using a detailed report of their work. The final segment of the programme culminates with a detailed "report card" on the work of the MP's for their respective constituency in advance of the 2014 Indian general elections.[3]


He died of a heart attack on April 30, 2021, after contracting to COVID-19 a week before to his death.[5]


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