Suhaib Ilyasi Age, Wife, Children, Family, Story, Biography & More
Bio Real Name Suhaib Ilyasi ProfessionFormer TV Host, Producer, Director Physical Stats & More Height (approx.)in centimeters- 175 cm in meters- 1.75 m in feet inches- 5’ 9” Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 75 kg in pounds- 165 lbs Eye ColourBlack Hair ColourBlack Personal Life Date of Birth15 November 1966 Age (as in 2018)52 Years Birth PlaceNew Delhi, India Zodiac sign/Sun signScorpio NationalityIndian HometownNew Delhi, India SchoolNot Known CollegeJamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi Educational QualificationMA Mass Communication (MCRC) DebutTV: India's Most Wanted (1999) Direction & Production: 498A: The Wedding Gift (2012) FamilyFather- Jameel Ilyasi (Former head of All India Imams Organisation) Mother- Not Known Brother- Not Known Sister- Not Known ReligionIslam ControversiesOn 11 January 2000, he stabbed his first wife Anju Ilyasi to death. The Delhi police arrested him on 28 March 2000, for dowry death, after Anju's sister Rashmi Singh lodged an FIR against him.
Some Lesser Known Facts About Suhaib Ilyasi
Suhaib was born into a conservative Muslim family, as his father was the head of All India Imams Organisation and the imam of a mosque in Delhi.
In November 1989, he met his first wife Anju Singh at Jamia Millia Islamia, where both were doing the same course.
Being an inter-religion marriage, both families were against it, however, they got married in London in 1993 under the Special Marriage Act.
The couple always had marriage issues, and when they came back to India from London, Anju refused to live with him, and instead, returned to London to stay with her brother who somehow convinced her to stay in the marriage.
When he was in London, he saw the British show, Crimestoppers, and came up with an idea of making a crime based show.
In 1997, he formed a proprietorship company called ‘Aaliya Productions Pvt Ltd.’
He rose to fame for hosting the popular crime show ‘India’s Most Wanted’ (1999).
In 2009, he became the editor-in-chief of ‘Bureaucracy Today’ magazine, a monthly English print magazine.
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