|Famous Role||'Tanveer’ in the Indian television comedy series ‘Yes Boss’ (1999); aired on SAB TV
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 165 cm
in meters- 1.65 m
in feet & inches- 5’ 5”
|Eye Colour||Dark Brown|
|Debut||TV: Byomkesh Bakshi (1997)
Film: Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose: The Forgotten Hero (2004)
|Date of Birth||18 May 1965 (Tuesday)|
|Age (as in 2020)||55 Years|
|School||Raisina Bengali School, New Delhi|
|College/University||Kirori Mal College, Delhi|
|Educational Qualification||Graduation Telly Chakkar|
|Relationships & More|
|Marital Status||Unmarried Times of India|
|Parents||Names Not Known
|Siblings||Sister- Conica Halder
Some Lesser Known Facts About Ashiesh Roy
- Ashiesh Roy is an Indian television and film actor.
- He started his career in acting as a theatre artist.
- He has acted in TV serials, like ‘Movers & Shakers’ (1998), ‘Baa Bahu Aur Baby’ (2006), ‘Sasural Simar Ka’ (2011), and ‘Kuch Rang Pyar Ke Aise Bhi’ (2016).
- He played small roles in many Bollywood films, including ‘MP3: Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar’ (2007), ‘Raja Natwarlal’ (2014), and ‘Barkhaa’ (2014).
- He has dubbed in Hindi for various Hollywood films, like ‘Superman Returns’ (2006), ‘Man of Steel’ (2013), ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ (2014), and ‘The Legend of Tarzan’ (2016).
- In an interview, he said that he wanted to become a boxer when he was a kid.
- In 2008, his mother died of cancer.
- As per the sources, he dated a girl for 5 years, but later, they parted ways.
- He had a paralytic stroke in 2019; as he had a clot in his brain, and the left side of his body became numb.
- He was hospitalised on 4 January 2020 due to renal dysfunction.
- While he was hospitalised in May 2020, he talked to a leading newspaper and shared his poor financial condition, he said,
I was already facing a money crunch and the situation has worsened owing to the lockdown. I had savings of Rs 2 lakh, which I spent during the first two days of being hospitalised. First, I was tested for Covid-19, which cost me around Rs 11,000, followed by other expenses. I spent around 90,000 on a single round of dialysis. I have to undergo a treatment, which will cost me Rs 4 lakh, but I don’t have the money to pay for it. So, I want to go back home, as I can’t afford the treatment. I am seeking financial aid from people so that I can clear my medical bills to get discharged. I can’t continue staying here even if I were to die tomorrow.” Hindustan Times
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