Rubika Liaquat is an Indian television anchor and journalist. She is popular among the Indian audience for her oratory skills and anchoring style.
Rubika Liaquat was born on Monday, 18 April 1983 (age 40 years; as of 2023) in Udaipur, Rajasthan. She did her schooling at Udaipur’s St. Gregorios Senior Secondary School and went to the University of Mumbai to pursue her Bachelor of Mass Media (Journalism).
While studying Journalism, Rubika did a 3 months internship with Channel 24 in 2003. She completed her graduation in 2005.
Height (approx.): 5’ 6”
Weight (approx.): 55 kg
Eye Colour: Black
Hair Colour: Black
Family, Caste & Husband
Rubika belongs to a Muslim Family. Not much is known about her parents. She has a sister, Anjum Liaquat.
Rubika got married to Naved Qureshi, a journalist, on 28 April 2012. The couple has one son and one daughter.
Rubika started her career as a news anchor in 2007 with the channel Live India. She worked there till September 2008, and, then, joined News 24 as an anchor and senior correspondent. Next, she joined Zee News as an anchor. She became popular by hosting the show titled “Taal Thok Ke.” She worked as a Senior Anchor and Editor at ZEE News.
In August 2018, She resigned from Zee News and joined the ABP News Network. At ABP News, she started hosting the primetime show “Master Stroke” at 9 pm from Monday to Friday. The show featured some big national, international, and research-based stories.
According to reports, in June 2023, she resigned from ABP Network, where she had been working for five years, and took on the role of vice president at Bharat24, led by Jagdish Chandra. Bharat24 is a news channel owned by the ETV group and was introduced in August 2022; the launch event was attended by Anurag Thakur, the Minister of Information and Broadcasting, and Amit Malviya, the head of Bharatiya Janata Party’s IT cell. The Free Press Journal
- Food: Bread Pakora
- She considers the journalist, Sudhir Chaudhary, her inspiration.
- She is an avid animal lover and has a pet dog, Romeo.
- In April 2019, she joined the list of the few Indian journalists who have taken an interview of PM Narendra Modi.