Richa Chadda is an Indian actress and model. She is also popularly known as, ‘Miss Fire.’
Richa Chadda was born on 28 December 1988 (age 30 years; as in 2019) in the Amritsar city of Punjab. Her zodiac sign is Capricorn.
She did her schooling from Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, New Delhi. She did her B. A. from St Stephen College, New Delhi. She then attended Sophia College in Mumbai to do a diploma course in Social Communication and Media.
Height: 5′ 5″
Weight: 60 kg
Figure Measurement: 34-26-35
Eye Colour: Dark Brown
Hair Colour: Black
Family, Caste & Husband
Richa Chadda’s father Somesh Chadda is a businessman and her mother, Kusum Chadda is a professor at Delhi University. She has four brothers and a sister.
She was in a relationship with Nikhil Dwivedi (actor) and Franck Gastambide, a French actor.
She then broke up with Franck Gastambide and started dating Ali Fazal, an actor.
She started her career as a model and then moved to theatres. She made her Bollywood debut with the 2008 film “Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye!.”
She made her Kannada movie debut with the film “Nirdoshi (2010).”
She made her breakthrough with the movie “Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 1 (2012)” by playing a pivotal role of ‘Nagma Khatoon’ in the film.
She was the lead actress in the 2015 Indo-French film “Masaan.” The movie was screened at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
- Richa Chadda was once detained at the Delhi Airport for two hours for carrying skincare Products.
- She was once trolled brutally in the Twitter when she in an interview talked about the #SelfieWithDaughter initiative of Narendra Modi. She said that the problem with women could not be solved just by taking selfies, for which she recieved several hate comments from Modi Fans.
She has won the Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actress for the film “Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 1” in 2013.
- Food: Biryani, Papad, Idli, Dosa, Poha
- Actress: Shah Rukh Khan
- Actor: Kareena Kapoor
- Directors: Imtiaz Ali, Rajkumar Hirani
- Colour: Green
- Perfume: Zara
- TV Show: Narcos
- Author: Rebecca West
- Book: A Unique New Framework for Industry Storm the Norm: Untold Stories of 20 Brands That It Did Best by Anisha Motwani.
- Her mother enrolled her for the Kathak Class when she was 6 years old.
- Her maternal grandfather, Lt Colonel Dharamveer Prasad, was a freedom fighter and surgeon in the Indian Army post-independence.
- Her family was the victim of Khalistan riots and had to migrate to Delhi as a result.
- She has performed theatres at India and Pakistan.
- She has recieved the theatre training from Barry Jones, the famous British-born Indian theatre director.
- Richha has written and directed “Rooted In Hope (2006),” a 20-minute documentary film.
- She participated in the Gladrags Megamodel Contest in 2008.
- Before starting her acting career, she worked as a writer for a Magazine.
- She took the interview of the actor, Abhay Deol for the film “Ahista Ahista (2006).”