Last Updated: 13 Jun, 2022 | Views: 131
Other Profession(s): Editor-in-chief
Higher Education: University of Delhi (MA)
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About Rajat Sharma
Rajat Sharma is the most famous Anchor of the Hindi News channel India TV, and he is the chairman and editor–in–chief of India TV as well as the host of “Aap Ki Adalat.” He completed his higher studies at Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi University. After that, he started his career as a researcher under Janardhan Thakur. Before becoming the television personality, he joined Onlooker magazine as an editor. In addition, Rajat Sharma is the NBA and Vice President of Strategic Affairs of The Indian Broadcasting Foundation.
In 1985: Rajat Sharma became the Bureau chief and moved to Mumbai.
In 1988: Rajat Sharma became the editor of Sunday Observer.
In 1992: First time Rajat Sharma raised the concept of Aap Ki Adalat when he met with the chairman of Zee TV, Subash Chandra.
In 1993: The first show of Aap Ki Adalat was recorded with the Former Chief Minister of Bihar Lalu Prasad Yadav.
In 2022: Rajat Sharma invited the most famous personality, Rahul Bajaj, as a guest for the interview.
Awards and Achievements
In 2015: Rajat Sharma received Padma Bhusan for his contribution to Journalism.
In 2001: He received the ITA awards for Best Anchor.
In 1975: Rajat Sharma never forgot the 11 months that he burnt out in Tihar Jail.
Aap Ki Adalat completed 21 years of telecast, becoming the longest-running show in India’s television history.