Roopal Tyagi is a television actress and a choreographer. She was born on 5 October 1989 in Bengaluru, Karnataka. She did her schooling from Sofia High School. She holds a B Com degree. 

Her father’s name is Rajesh Tyagi and her mother’s name is Poonam Tyagi. She has a younger brother, Smitesh Tyagi. 

Roopal Tyagi is unmarried. 

Roopal’s favourites

Her hobbies include dancing, swimming, travelling and cooking.

Her favourite food items are pizza, dark chocolate, and pesto pasta.

Deepika Padukone is her favourite actress. 

She loves the book ‘When Bad Things Happen to Good People’ by Harold S Kushner. 

Her favourite travelling destinations are Goa, Malaysia and Singapore. 

Interesting facts about Roopal

Roopal Tyagi is best known for her role as ‘Bulbul Ranju Mishra’ in the 2021 TV serial ‘Ranju Ki Betiyaan’.

She received dance training from Shiamak Davar International Dance School. After this, she became a choreographer.

In the year 2007, Roopal started her career as a choreographer.

She didn’t receive any support from her family during her initial days in the entertainment industry.

Roopal’s debut

She started her acting career with the role of ‘Mansha’ in the TV serial ‘Hamari Betiyon Ka Vivah’. 

She is a big fan of the American rock band ‘Red Hot Chili Peppers’.

She appeared in Zee TV's show ‘Kasam Se’ alongside Prachi Desai and Ram Kapoor.

Roopal participated in the eighth season of ‘Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa’ as a wildcard entry but was eliminated from the show after a week.

She participated as a contestant in the reality show ‘Bigg Boss Season 9’ and was eliminated from the show in the second week of the season.

In 2012, she played the role of ‘Gunjan’ in the television show ‘Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke’. She gained immense popularity after this show.


The same year, she won ‘Zee Rishtey Award’ for playing the character of ‘Gunjan’.

In the year 2013, she was nominated by the ‘Indian Telly Awards’ for Fresh New Face as ‘Gunjan’.

In 2020, Roopal wrote an open letter on her Instagram, in which she criticized the Indian serial makers for making shows that portray women as ‘damsels in distress’. She believes that Indian television is still backward in terms of content. 

Roopal is fond of animals, and she has a pet cat. She frequently shares pictures with her pet on Instagram.

She has a YouTube channel with the name 'Roopal Tyagi' where she shares videos about her daily life.