Romana Isar Khan is a news anchor at ABP News. She is one of the most celebrated Hindi news anchors of India. She is seen debating a variety of issues including Politics, Economy, Sports, and social issues.
Romana Isar Khan was born in the year 1987 (age 31 years; as in 2018) in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. She did her schooling from Meerut’s Sophia Girls’ School and went to Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh to pursue a degree in Mass Communication. After completing her studies, Romana relocated to Delhi and worked on a few short assignments.
Height: 5′ 3″
Weight: 65 kg
Eye Colour: Black
Hair Colour: Black
Romana started her career as a news anchor with Zee News. She became quite popular for her style of news delivery. Her work was critically acclaimed and she received appreciation for handling the participants in the debate shows. Subsequently, she got a better opportunity at News 24, for which she left Zee News and joined the News 24. There, she hosted the show titled “Sadda Haq” which aimed at restoring the common man’s rights which earlier had been denied by the establishments.
In November 2012, she joined ABP News. Since then, she has been working as the Prime Time Anchor at the ABP News. Romana has a deep knowledge of cricket affairs and remains up-to-date with the cricket news. She hosted the show “Wah Cricket.”
She has also hosted shows like Sanvidhan Ki Shapath in which, she invites experts and political leaders to express their opinions on social and political issues from across the nation. She has also hosted “The Big Debate” on ABP. The ease with which she handles debates and discussions makes her one of the most captivating news anchors of India.
- Film: Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho
- Singer: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
- Her hobbies include reading and travelling.
- Romana was among the 55 women whom PM Narendra Modi followed on Twitter to mark Raksha Bandhan.
- Romana is considered one of the most polite and generous news anchors of ABP as she has never been rude or biased to someone even on the toughest ABP live shows.