Want to contact News Anchor Abhisar Sharma? Searching queries like how to contact him? what is email id or phone of Abhisar Sharma? Searching Abhisar Sharma's facebook, twitter or other profiles? Have a look at this article. Abhisar Sharma is a famous Journalist, born on 13 August in New Delhi. His zodiac sign is Leo. Abhisar has done his schooling from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Tagore Garden, New Delhi, doing higher studies from Bhartiya Vidya Bhawan, New Delhi and Punjab University, Chandigarh. Did his Diploma in Journalism B.Sc (PCM) BBC Chemical and Biological Radiation Course. He follows Hinduism religion. His favourite food is rajma chawal and is a married person, the name of his spouse is Sumana Sen (Income Tax Officer). While studying in college, Abhisar participated in many debate competitions and had also won many of them. After completing his graduation in Journalism, he joined the HINDUSTAN TIMES and ALL INDIA RADIO as a freelance and observed before joining any media house. After this, he started his career as a trainee reporter with Newstrack, India’s First Independent News and Current Affairs Magazine, in 1995. Then after this in 1996, Sharma joined B.A.G Films as an Assistant Producer. The production house deals in producing entertainment, news and current affairs based programmes for several Television Channels. With the ZEENEWS, in 1996 he started out as a reporter where he initially covered wildlife issues, later he went on to cover political stories and working on Parliament beat. Apart from being a reporter, he also anchored the Prime Time News bulletins in ZEE. Abhisar also joined BBC Bush House in London in 1999, where he also produced 5 news, and current affairs programmes which were telecast at different times of the day also handled the weekly Science and Development Program. After then got into BBC Delhi Bureau in 2001, where his work was to go out in the field and gather news. Sharma worked in NDTV as an anchor and a Journalist between October 2003 to October 2007, covering several international events including Vajpayee’s visit to China, Russia and Bangladesh. With NDTV, he conceptualized India’s first Political Satire Show named “Gustakhi Maaf”, then joined TV Today Network in 2007 and worked with the Media company before dropping out as a Deputy Editor in December 2012. Also won the Ramnath Goenka Memorial Foundation Award in 2008 for the excellence in the field of Journalism. After having worked as an Editor for ZEE Network between February and July 2013, he joined ABP news in August in the same year and working with them till now. In June 2017, he was bestowed with the “RED INK TROPHY” for the Best Story on Human Rights 2016 for “Operation Laal Jungle”. Abhisar has also published three books in “The Taliban Conundrum Trilogy” titled “The Eye Of The Predator”, “The Dark Side of Me” and “The Edge Of The Machete”.