Dev Joshi is a very famous child actor who has worked in a very famous serial named Baalveer as a child artist which was aired on television in the year 2012. He was born in Ahmedabad in Gujarat on the 28th of November in the year 1996. He completed his schooling in his hometown and then went to Amity University in Mumbai to complete his graduation in Mass Media.
He played the lead character of Baal Veer in his debut serial on SAB TV which became very popular among children. His father’s name is Dushyant Joshi and his mother’s name is Devangana Joshi. He has also appeared in a music video named Meri Hai Maa in the year 2020. He was nominated for the Indian Telly Award for Best Child Actor.
Dev Joshi Bio
|Real Name||Dev Joshi|
|Date of Birth||28 November 2000|
|Age (in years)||21 Years|
|Birth Place||Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India|
|Home Town||Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India|
|Family||Father: Dushyant Joshi|
Mother: Devangana Joshi
|Siblings||Brother: Name Not Known|
Sister: Name Not Known
|Height||5’7″ (in Feet Inches)|
1.70 m (in meters)
170 cm (in centimeters)
|Weight||121 Ibs (in Pounds)|
55 Kgs (in kilograms)
Education Details & Debut
|College||Amity University, Mumbai|
|Graduate in Mass & Media|
|Debut||TV: Baal Veer 2012|
Social Media Info
He is very active across all social media platforms and interacts with his fans on a regular basis. He keeps posting photos and videos about his personal and professional life on a regular basis. Fans can connect with him on Instagram and on Twitter with the links given below.
Dev Joshi Instagram- @devjoshi28
Dev Joshi Twitter- @devjoshi10
Some Lesser Known Facts about Dev Joshi
- He was awarded the Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Shakti Award by the President of India for his contribution to arts and culture.
- Since his childhood, he was an active student who takes part in all curricular activities including swimming, skating, theatre, and many more.
- He was selected to play the character of Baal Veer again in the second season named Baal Veer Returns.
- After the first season, he did rigorous training and hard work for the next season.