Jatin Sapru is an Indian, sports broadcaster, commentator. Jatin Sapru was born on Tuesday, April 08, 1986 in Kashmir, India. Zodiac Sign is Aries. Jatin Sapru is native to Delhi, India, religion is Hinduism and nationality, Indian.
|Real Name||Jatin Sapru|
|Profession||Sports Broadcaster, Commentator|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height||in centimeters- 171 cm
in meters- 1.71 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 7½”
|Weight (approx.)||in Kilograms- 69 kg
in Pounds- 152 lbs
|Body Measurements||– Chest: 40 Inches
– Waist: 32 Inches
– Biceps: 14.5 Inches
|Eye Colour||Dark Brown|
|Date of Birth||8 April 1986|
|Age (as in 2016)||30 Years|
|Birth Place||Kashmir, India|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Aries|
|Educational Qualifications||Degree in Journalism (Dropped out of engineering)|
|Debut||Sports Broadcasting: Interview with Sanath Jayasuriya (2008)|
|Family||Father– Name Not Known
Mother– Name Not Known
|Controversies||India defeated Pakistan in the 2016 T20 world cup by a big margin. While discussing the shortcomings of the Pakistani team, in the post-match analysis, Jatin Sapru started laughing at the constantly deteriorating performances of Pakistan, which infuriated his on-screen partner and former Pakistani Bowler, Shoaib Akhtar. Akhtar got angry at such a sight and asked Jatin to be more professional.|
|Favourite Sport||Javelin Throw, Cricket, Shotput|
|Favourite Destination||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|Girls, Affairs and More|
|Wife/Spouse||Lara Sinha (Former TV Journalist)|
|Children||Son– Not Known
Daughter– Not Known
Interesting Facts About Jatin Sapru
- Smokes Jatin Sapru: Unknown
- Does Jatin Sapru drink alcohol? Not known
- Jatin was born into a family of academic Kashmiri Pandits. His grandfather was a respected professor, and the family lived comfortably on a farm in Kashmir.
- Due to regular communal disturbances in Kashmir, the family had to leave their homeland. The riots forced her to move to a one-bedroom apartment in Delhi.
- Jatin was very athletic in his school. Cricket, javelin and firefight were his specialties.
- He began his education on behalf of his father, but gradually lost interest and decided to quit. In an interview, he said, “It was a tough decision to break down engineering. But literature and theater have always been fun, and English has always been a strength. When I made it into a journalism course, I felt immediately affiliated. “
- Jatin started taking small breaks while studying and did odd jobs with an event manager. He then decided to do an internship with a small media channel.
- In the third year of graduation, Jatin joined Tangerine, where he wrote sports content for network providers, flight magazines, and commentaries for mobile ESPN. He earned but lean INR 6500, and his future looked bleak.
- Jatins guest at Star Sports / Espnbegan after winning an ESPN-organized Talent Hunt competition. Since then, he has stayed with the Channel and has proven to be a loyal employee.