Meet Sakshi Chopra, Great Granddaughter Of Ramanand Sagar Who Will Take Part In Bigg Boss-14

The granddaughter of Ramayan serial director Ramanand Sagar has been approached for the 14th season of the popular television show Bigg Boss. Like the previous seasons, this will also be hosted by Salman Khan.

The latest season of the popular television show will be hosted by Salman Khan from his farmhouse and communicate with the contestants through video conferencing. The arrangements have been made due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. While there were reports that television actors like Nia Sharma, Vivian Dsena and Adhyayan Suman have been approached, there is a report that says that Sakshi Chopra has also been approached by the makers. If the reports are true, the internet sensation will be a part of the new season.


Sakshi Chopra is a 22-year old Instagram influencer and is also a singer, songwriter, and also a performer with over 5 lakh followers. She is the granddaughter of the legendary television director Ramanand Sagar who directed the popular television serial Ramayan. The television serial had a total of 78 episodes. The series was based on Valmiki’s Ramayan and Tulsidas’ Ramcharitmanas.

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Daughter Of Meenakshi Sagar

Sakshi is also the daughter of television producer Meenakshi Sagar, Ramanand Sagar’s granddaughter. As per the reports, she has completed her academics from the Trinity School of London and later went to the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in California to study filmmaking. Currently, she resides in the United Kingdom. In her recent post, she wrote,

“My existence is my consciousness, my body is simply an instrument through which my consciousness experiences life. I choose to lay bare with my consciousness because I believe my body is art, it’s a vessel I occupy at this time & I choose to be bare, to be as I arrived on this earth, as I shall leave. It’s expression & it’s all momentary. My music, these images, this will all become part of that which I’ll leave behind once this journey is over. People get so disturbed by nakedness, it’s all part of the experience, it’s natural. On a less intense note, someday generations later thanks to social media my great-great-great grandkids will see my nudes, what a world. Love it.”


Source: Free Press Journal