Surbhi Jyoti

Personal Profile

  • Actor type:   Serials and Movies
  • Gender:   Female
  • Country:   India
  • Languages:   English, Hindi
  • Height:   168cm/5ft 6inch
  • Chest:   33
  • Bust:   26
  • Waist:   33
  • Dress Size:   S/39
  • Shoe Size:   7
  • Hair Color:   Black
  • Skin Color:   Fair
  • Eye Color:   Black
  • Hair Type:   Long
  • My Services:   Serials, Modeling, and Fashion Show
  • Movies:   Ik Kudi Punjab Di, Raula Pai Gaya, Munde Patiala De
  • Shows:   Qubool Hai, Naagin 3, Ishqbaaaz
  • Awards:   Indian Television Academy Awards, Indian Telly Awards, Zee Gold Awards

Work Profile


Early Life and Personal Details

Surbhi Jyoti was born on 29 May 1988 in Jalandhar, Punjab and grew up with her brother Sooraj Jyoti, an engineer by profession. After completing schooling from Shiv Jyoti Public School, she attended the Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya for graduation. She earned a degree in English from Apeejay College of Fine Arts.

Surbhi is 5 feet 6 inches in height and weighs 117 lbs. Long and silky black hair and expressive black eyes make her even more attractive. Her zodiac sign is Gemini. She is of Indian nationality and practices Hinduism. Despite being in the glam field, there is no any rumor regarding her affair with anyone.


Jyoti started her career with regional theatre and films. She has also been a radio jockey. She worked in Punjabi films Ik Kudi Punjab Di, Raula Pai Gaya and Munde Patiala De as well as the Punjabi television series Akiyaan To Door Jayen Na and Kach Diyan Wanga.
In the end of 2012, Jyoti got the television show Qubool Hai which was produced by 4 Lions Films and was telecasted on Zee TV. She played the role of Zoya Farooqui. For the portrayal of the character, she won the award for Great Performer of the Year—Female at the Indian Television Academy Awards and Best Début Actress at the Zee Gold Awards 2013. She also won two Best Jodi awards with Karan Singh Grover. In 2014, Qubool Hai underwent a reboot, in which she played a double role of Sanam and Seher. In 2014, she was ranked 16th in an annual poll conducted by UK-based weekly newspaper Eastern Eye.