Sayali Bhagat

Sayali Bhagat (born 1 January 1984, in Maharashtra) is an Indian actress and former beauty queen. She competed in Femina Miss India 2004 and won the title of Femina Miss India World.

Early life:

Sayali hails from the city of Nashik and was born in Maharashtra, in a traditional Marathi family.[citation needed] She studied at Fravashi Academy,asik, and completed her graduation in BMS (Bachelor of Management Studies) from Alkesh Dinesh Mody Institute of Finance and Management Studies.The college is located inside Mumbai University campus, Kalina, Santacruz.


Like many other beauty contest winners, Sayali entered the modeling industry followed by Bollywood. Her initial modeling assignments were for Dentzz, SNDT College show and Swarovski gems fashion show. The Train: Some Lines Should Never Be Crossed was her first Hindi film, co-starring Emraan Hashmi and Geeta Basra. The movie was released on 8 July 2007.

She also appeared as a journalist from Singapore, who pretends to interview Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid on the show MTV Bakra. In 2009, she was seen in the Hindi movie named, Paying Guests, opposite Javed Jaffrey. She also appeared in a music video for the popular Punjabi song “Aish Karo” by A.S. Kang.

Personal life:

On 10 December 2013, Bhagat married Delhi-based businessman Navneet Pratap Singh.


Year Film Role Language Notes
2007 The Train Anjali Dixit Hindi
2008 Good Luck Saba Sharma Hindi
Halla Bol Sayali Bhagat Hindi
Blade Babji (2008) Archana Telugu
2009 Newtonin Moondram Vidhi Priya Tamil debut
Kirkit Hindi
Paying Guests Seema Hindi
Jail Hindi
2010 Inkosaari Telugu
Shout Hindi Filming
The Saint Who Thought Otherwise Sangeeta Kadam English Filming
Main Rony Aur Rony Hindi Filming
2011 Impatient Vivek Shruti Hindi
Naughty @ 40 Woman who rejects Sanjeev Hindi
2012 Ghost Suhani Hindi
This Weekend Key Role Hindi/Tamil/Telegu Kaatu Puli(Tamil)
2013 Rajdhani Express (film) Reena Hindi
2013 Chaloo movie (2013 film) Hindi
2014 Yaariyan Hindi
Home Stay Kannada filming
2015 Myself Pendu punjabi kudi Punjabi