By Ankita Mukherjee Last Updated:
Actor, comedian and anchor of the reality TV shows, Maniesh Paul, has created a name for himself in showbiz. Maniesh has always won our hearts with his witty comments and proper comic punchlines. While the actor is busy with his back-to-back great work lineups, his new big purchase is creating buzz around social media platforms.
On the personal front, Maniesh Paul is happily married to his ladylove, Sanyukta Paul. And the much-in-love couple has two kids, son, Yuvaan Paul and daughter, Shaisha Paul. Recently, the actor was papped with his wife and his newly purchased expensive car.
On March 1, 2022, Maniesh Paul was seen with his wife, Sanyukta, coming out of his newly purchased four-wheeler at a lunch date. The dual-coloured car is fully equipped and high-tech customised. However, upon some digging, we found out that the swanky car is a Mercedes GLS 400 that comes with a whopping price tag of Rs. 1.65 crores.
Maniesh Paul just returned from the latest show, Dabbang Tour, in Dubai, where he hosted the show. The tour also featured Salman Khan, Pooja Hegde, Disha Patani, and others. Currently, Maniesh is hosting yet another reality show, Smart Jodi, on television. He even hosts his own podcast show, The Maniesh Paul Podcast.
In an old interview with the Humans of Bombay, Maniesh Paul had revealed how there was a time in his life when he wasn't earning and didn't even have money to pay the house rent. And that's when his wife, Sanyukta Paul had taken care of all the finances. The actor had shared:
"In 2008, I was jobless for a year–I didn't even have the money to pay the house rent. But, Sanyukta took care of everything. She'd say, 'Be patient–you'll get a great opportunity soon.' And a year later, it did; I bagged a TV serial. Things started picking up–I went on to do reality shows & award nights."
Going on in the same interview, Maniesh had further opened up on his life and had mentioned that he is finally in a place where he can take time out for his wife and kids. He had said:
"In 2011, we had a daughter & in 2016, a son. Finally, I’m in a place where I can take time out for Sanyukta & my kids. And it’s a rule that I don’t talk about work on the dinner table. Sometimes, I wonder how I got so lucky? Without Sanyukta, I’d probably still be wondering what to do with my life. Or worse–failed my 10th grade! I am where I am only because of her."
Well, congratulations Maniesh Paul for the swanky ride!