Why Sudhir Chaudhary Is Not Coming In DNA Today?

The absence of Sudhir Chaudhary from DNA today has grabbed the viewers’ attention. Surprisingly, he had been away from his special bulletin for so long. Hence, it was assumed that he suffered from COVID 19.

Sudhir revealed that he was in the hospital on his Twitter account, and the viewers wished for his speedy recovery and wanted him back on the channel as soon as possible.

Sudhir was involved in various controversies and made headlines frequently. Various Twitter users once trolled him after Nepal ended the transmission of all Indian private news channels. 

According to Dinesh Subedi, head of Multi-System Operator (MSO), Indian broadcasters broadcast stories derogating the country’s sense of identity.

What Happened To Sudhir Chaudhary?

Sudhir Chaudhary is regarded as a voice for the common person. He and Zee Group editor Samir Ahluwalia were accused of claiming a Rs 100 crore extortion bid from Naveen Jindal’s business.

He started his career in the television news industry in the 1990s and became one of the most admired personalities. After Naveen Jindal accused Sudhir of forcing him to pay a large sum of money from his company, the television industry was flooded with his news.

Both were taken into custody and lodged in Tihar Jail for 14 days. They were questioned, but afterward, they were freed on bond. In addition, Jindal Group reversed the claim in 2018 and claimed that settlements had been reached. In light of this, the lawsuit is over.

Where Is He Now?

Sudhir Chaudhary was from Hodal Town in Sondhad, Hodal, Haryana, and it is unknown where he is nowadays.

He is 48 years old and was born on June 7, 1974. After completing a bachelor of arts at Delhi University, he joined the Institute of Mass Communication to pursue his Diploma in Journalism. From an early age, he excelled academically, and his subsequent successes attest to this.

He conducted a phenomenal interview with the friend of the Delhi December 16 gang-rape victim. Because of this, he was awarded the Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism in the “Hindi broadcast” category for 2013.

Previously, he worked in live television reporting and then on 24-hour news television. In 2003, he decided to introduce the Hindi-language news channel of the Sahara group. Hence, he left his job at Zee News but returned to the channel in 2012.

His professional journey has several ups and downs, but one cannot deny that he is the most appreciated news anchor on Zee News.