Sanyukta Paul (Maniesh Paul’s wife)

Sanyukta Paul (Maniesh Paul’s wife) wiki, age, caste, family, education & more

Sanyukta Paul
NameSanyukta Paul (संयुक्ता पॉल)
Full NameSanyukta Mazumdar Paul
Birth NameSanyukta Mazumdar
Famous forManiesh Paul's wife
Date of BirthFebruary 24, 1982
Age (In 2022)40 Years
Birth PlaceNew Delhi, India
HometownWest Bengal, India
ResidenceMumbai, Maharashtra, India
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Mother TongueBengali
Physical Stats
Heightin centimeters- 163 cm
in meters- 1.63 m
in Feet Inches- 5ft 4in
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack
Family and Marriage Details
Marital StatusMarried
Husband/SpouseManiesh Paul
manish paul with his wife sanyukta paul
Marriage DateJanuary 29, 2007 1
Son(s)Yuvann Paul
sanyukta paul with her son yuvann paul
Daughter(s)Saisha Paul
sanyukta paul with her daughter saisha paul
FatherNot Known
MotherPurnima Mazumdar
Other Relative(s)
Niece(s)Aanya Mohan
Navya Mohan
Nishka Paul
Father-in-lawJagmohan Paul (Chartered Accountant)
Mother-in-lawUrmil Paul
sanyukta paul with her mother-in-law urmil paul
Brother-in-law(s)Vevek Paul (Producer)
Sister-in-law(s)Jyoti Paul Mohan
sanyukta paul with her sister-in-law jyoti paul mohan
Rinku Talwar Paul
Education Details
SchoolApeejay School, New Delhi
CollegeUniversity of Delhi
Educational QualificationMaster of Arts in English
Contact/Social Media Details
Other Details
Family Picture
manish paul with his family
Sanyukta Paul is the wife of famous actor & host Manish Paul. She was born on 24th February 1982 in a bengali mazumdar family in New Delhi, India.
She did her schooling from Apeejay School in New Delhi and later did her B.A. & M.A. in English from University of Delhi.
Sanyukta used to teach at D.G. Khetan International School in Mumbai.
Sanyukta Paul got married to Manish Paul on January 29, 2007. The couple was blessed with a baby girl named Saisha Paul in 2011 and their son, Yuvann Paul was born in 2016.
manish paul and sanyukta paul marriage picture
In a post by Humans Of Bombay in May 2021, Manish opened up about how Sanyukta supported him during his days of struggle and took care of everything when he was out of work for eight months in 2008. He also revealed that his first memory of Sanyukta was at a fancy dress competition during their school days. In the competition Sanyukta dressed up as Mother Teresa and he dressed up as Raj Kapoor. They started bonding when Manish started taking tuition from Sanyukta's mother. Manish wrote,
"My first memory of Sanyukta was at this fancy dress competition in the 3rd grade–she'd dressed up as Mother Teresa and I, as Raj Kapoor. We'd known each other since nursery, but we hadn't interacted–she was studious & I hated studying.
But when I started taking tuition from her Mom, we bonded. I'd convince her to do all my homework; Sanyukta would happily do it. She was also the first one to know about my break ups!
In 11th grade, once, when she & I were at the theatre, I got a call asking if I could host an event; I used to anchor part-time. I just left her there & ran to work. I thought she'd be mad, but she said, 'It's totally fine.' That's when I realised I had feelings for her.
So, a few weeks later, I told her, 'I like you.' 3 days later, we were official! From then on, I'd go to Sanyukta's house to meet her under the pretext of studying. Her Dad would tease me in Bengali, 'Roz roz aa jata hai!'
After 12th, we went to different colleges. Still, we'd meet once a day. I remember telling her, 'I want to be an actor.' She said, 'If you really want to be an actor, you should move to Bombay.'
So a week later, I moved here. While I struggled, Sanyukta backed me. Finally, in 2006, I got a full-time job as an RJ. So, I told Sanyukta, 'Let's get married!' We had a big fat Punjabi-Bengali wedding.
After moving in with me, Sanyukta took up a job as a teacher; I was juggling my job & a few anchoring assignments. We barely got any time together, but she never complained… not once.
Then in 2008, I was jobless for a year–I didn't even have the money to pay the house rent. But, Sanyukta took care of everything. She'd say, 'Be patient–you'll get a great opportunity soon.'
And a year later, it did; I bagged a TV serial. Things started picking up–I went on to do reality shows & award nights. In 2011, we had a daughter & in 2016, a son. Finally I'm in a place where I can take time out for Sanyukta & my kids. And it's a rule that I don't talk about work on the dinner table.
Sometimes, I wonder how I got so lucky? Without Sanyukta, I'd probably still be wondering what to do with my life. Or worse–failed my 10th grade! I am where I am only because of her."