Paras Tomar

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Paras Tomar
OccupationActor and model
Known forFour More Shots Please (TV Series)
Love Lust and Confusion (TV Series)
Baby Steps (Short)
Buzz of the Week (TV Series)

Paras Tomar is an Indian television show personality, model, former journalist with the Times of India and a radio show presenter for CJRJ. He is known for debuting in Baby Steps short film directed by Joyeeta Chatterjee.[1] His upcoming web-series ZOO is releasing on 28 June 2020.

Early life & education[edit | edit source]

Paras completed most of his schooling from Naval Public school, now called Navy Children School. He completed his Junior college from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai and completed his Bachelor of Mass Media degree in 2005 from Jai Hind College.[2]

Career[edit | edit source]

Paras started his career at the age of sixteen as a freelance journalist for JLT, a youth supplement from The Times Group. He also freelanced with The Asian Age, The Week (Indian magazine) before joining as an entertainment journalist for Bombay Times. He started his television career at the age of nineteen by hosting E Tonight, the entertainment show on CNN IBN before getting his own show, Minus 30, on the same channel. He was the host of Hindustan Ke Hunarbaaz on Life Ok.[3]

After quitting CNN IBN, he worked as a consultant anchor for Headlines Today where he got another show of his own called BLAH, a weekly entertainment satire program and moved on to Entertainment Quarter, the channel's flagship Entertainment show. Tomar then decided to become a freelance television anchor. His work includes shows with television channels like Star Plus where he hosted the red carpet of the Star Screen Awards, Zoom, Zee Muzic where he hosted The salt n Pepper show, Zee Cinema where he hosted Buzz of the Week.

His most recent work includes Travel Escapes on IBNLive where the television host traveled 12 Indian cities for an adventure travel show and Shining B schools of India where he traveled the country to explore Business education in the subcontinent. He is also currently the host of Heavy petting NDTV good times on NDTV Good Times where he has done two seasons of the show, Heavy Petting- It's a Dog's life and Heavy Petting - All-stars.

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