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Manav Gohil is an Indian actor. He was born on 9 November 1974 in Surendranagar, Gujarat, India. He mostly works in Hindi tv serials and movies. He is working in the Indian tv industry from more than 10 years. He started his career in the year 2000 with the serial C.A.T.S. Later he acted in the serials like Kkusum, Kasautii Zindagii Kay, Manshaa, C.I.D., Ayushmaan, Fear Factor India, Naaginn, etc.He became famous after his work in the serial Kahaani Ghar Ghar Kii, Shaadi Mubarak, and Tenali Rama. In the year 2006, he also participated in the dance reality show Nach Baliye 2 as a contestant. Manav made his debut in film with Chori Chori in 2003. He also acted in movies like Baaghi 3. Tirbhanga, Super 30, and Love Yoou Soniye etc. Recently, he appeared in the serial Kaamna as Vaibhav Kapoor. Manav appeared in a negative role in the show.He was born and brought up in Surendranagar, Gujarat, India. He did his schooling at a private local school in Gujarat. No information is available about his college and graduation.He belongs to a Hindu family. His father’s name is Vijaysingh Gohil and his mother’s name is Sudha Gohil. He also has an elder sister. He is married. Manav married Shweta Kawatra in 2004. Shweta is also an actress. The couple also has a daughter Zahara Tabeetha. She was born in 2012.He is 5 feet 9 inches tall and his weight is around 75kg. His hair color and eyes color is black. His nationality is Indian and his zodiac sign is Scorpio. He follows Buddhism. Manav loves traveling and doing photography. He is a non-vegetarian. Manav’s salary and net worth are not known.NameManav GohilNick NameManavProfessionActorDate of Birth9 November 1974Place Of BirthSurendranagar, Gujarat, IndiaNationalityIndianZodiac SignScorpioHeight5 feet 9 inchesFamilyFather – Vijaysingh GohilMother – Sudha GohilSister – 1 ElderRelationship StatusMarriedWife/HusbandShweta KwatraSchoolingNot KnownCollegeNot KnownEducation QualificationsBachelor in CommerceMBAHair ColorBlackEye ColorBlackNet WorthNot KnownFacebook – – –