Shashank Arora Wiki, Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Shashank Arora Wiki and Biography: Shashank Arora is an Indian performer, musician, and author. He has acted in several well-known Hindi TV shows, including The Great Indian Murder and Made in Heaven, where he rose to fame. He appears in the Bollywood movies Lipstick Under My Burkha, Moothon, Rock On 2, and Bharat. Shashank has been employed by the motion picture industry since 2012.


Shashank Arora

Shashank Arora Wiki: Biography, Age, Wife, Family, Education, Height, Weight, Movies List, Career, Profession, Net Worth

Real Name Shashank Sunny Arora
Nick Name Sunny
Profession Actor, Writer and Musician
Famous For Movies
Wife Name Unmarried
Physical Status  
Age 33 Years
Height 5 feet 7 inches
Weight 62 Kgs
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Personal Information  
Date of Birth 21 February 1989
Birth Place New Delhi, India
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Nationality Indian
School Name NA
College Name Concordia University, Canada
Qualifications Graduate
Family Profile  
Father Name NA
Mother Name NA
Siblings Chandni Arora
Career Actor, Writer and Musician
Source of Income Movies
Appeared In Movies
Net Worth Salary 20 Crores+(Approx.)

Shashank Arora Biography

Shashank Arora Education

After completing his primary education in New Delhi, Shashank Arora went on to earn his degree from Concordia University in Canada.

Shashank Arora Early Life

On February 21, 1989, in New Delhi, India, Arora was born. He had a strong interest in and skill for the performing arts from a young age. After completing high school, he left Delhi to pursue further education in Canada. While there, he briefly joined a street theatre ensemble that was sponsored by human rights activists. He left for Mumbai in late 2008 after earning his college degree to pursue an acting profession.

His parents are an author and an art director, respectively. He was influenced by Francis Ford Coppola and Saeed Mirza’s movies as a young lad. At Concordia University in Montreal, Canada, where he minored in music, Arora earned his bachelor’s degree in film. He then relocated to Mumbai in the hopes of getting a job, but to no avail. At the Actors Studio in Los Angeles, he studied under Robert Reece, who taught him everything he knows. After that, he was invited to teach as a guest instructor at the Film and Television Institute of India as well as Whistling Woods International. Additionally, he worked as an intern for renowned casting director Saher Latif.

Shashank Arora Career

In the 2012 movie Myoho, Arora made his acting debut as the supporting character Ranjit. His big break came in the same-named Yash Raj Films movie Titli (2014), in which he portrayed the lead role. [9] It was submitted by the filmmakers for the 2014 Cannes Film Festival competition. Arora received nominations for best newcomer at the Filmfare, Stardust, and Zee Cine awards the following year for his work in Titli. In the 2016 movie Brahman Naman, he played Naman. Arora made history by being the first Indian actor to have films in both Cannes and Sundance thanks to this. He played the bassist Uday in Rock On 2 the next year.

In the 2017 movie Zoo, he portrayed the drug dealer Bicky. The movie was the first Indian feature-length production to be shot exclusively on an iPhone 6s, and it was a competitor in the Busan International Film Festival that same year. Zoo was afterwards purchased by Netflix India. Next, Shashank appeared as Dhruv in the well-received and financially lucrative movie Lipstick Under My Burkha (2017).

He appeared as Munna alongside Irrfan Khan in the movie The Song of Scorpions that same year. The movie’s international debut took place at the Locarno Film Festival in 2017. It was stated that he would play Gangster Newton in a forthcoming movie later that year. The project hasn’t started getting any work done yet. Arora then portrayed Shaad Amritsari in Nandita Das’ Manto in 2018.

With this movie, Shashank and Nawazuddin Siddiqui became the first Indian actors to star in two Un Certain Regard films at the Cannes Film Festival. He appeared in the short movies The Listener (directed by Tarun Judega), Letters (directed by Nitin Shingal), and Others that same year (directed by Sachin Shinde). Arora played the role of photojournalist Kabir Basrai in the 2019 Amazon Prime series Made In Heaven. He portrayed Chote, Salman Khan’s younger brother, in the movie Bharat. In the Moothon co-production between Malayalam and Hindi, he made his debut in a movie. This year’s Toronto International Film Festival served as the movie’s global debut. He appeared in the 2019 music video India’s Got Color by Nandita Das.

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