|Real Name||Sunetra Choudhury|
|Profession(s)||Journalist, TV Anchor|
|Famous As||Anchor of NDTV|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 164 cm
in meters- 1.64 m
in feet inches- 5’ 4”
|Weight (approx.)||in kilograms- 55 kg
in pounds-121 lbs
|Date of Birth||Not Known|
|College/University||Indian Institute of Mass Communication
|Educational Qualification(s)||Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism from Indian Institute of Mass Communication
Diploma in Broadcast Journalism from Cardiff University
|Hobbies||Watching TV, Reading|
|Controversy||In 2011, she attracted a controversy when she disclosed that at one point in her life, she was sexually harassed by a politician.|
|Boys, Affairs and More|
|Marital Status||Not Known|
|Parents||Names Not Known|
|Favourite Authors||Akhil Sharma, Thomas Wolfe|
|Favourite TV Shows||Minions, Girls|
|Favourite Cartoon Character||Minion|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Sunetra Choudhury
- Sunetra made a headstart to her career in 1999 with The Indian Express newspaper.
- She was then promoted to Deputy Chief Reporter and was given the responsibility of handling the city section Newsline.
- She entered the electronic media industry in 2002 as Hindi-reporter at STAR News.
- A year later, she shifted to NDTV, New Delhi and since then, she has been working over there as an anchor and reporter.
- She covers politics, investigations, crime and natural disasters genre in her reporting.
- Her detailed report on how voters cast their vote based on religion and caste was an exclusive work done by her, which was, later on, broadcasted as a show titled “The Election Express.”
- Sunetra has penned a book titled “Braking News,” which was published by Hachette India. The book is based on a two-month scenario prior to May 2009 general elections.
- Her stupendous work on “disabled children being adopted by Indian families for the first time” made her won the Red Ink Award in 2015.
- Here’s her interview with Karan Bharadwaj, in which she has talked about her book, interests, and opportunities in journalism: