Pallavi Sharda

Pallavi Sharda

Pallavi Sharda 5 March 1988 is an Australian on-screen character and artist prepared in Bharatha Natyam.

Early life

Pallavi was conceived in Perth, Australia to Dr. Hema Sharda (Director of South Asian Relations at the University of Western Australia), and Dr.

Nalin Kant Sharda (Professor of Computer Science at Victoria University). Her folks are from Delhi, her dad is Punjabi. Both her folks

are IIT graduated class and have PhDs in science and engineering.They relocated to Australia in the 1980s preceding she was conceived. Sharda came to

Melbourne as a little child where she experienced childhood in the external north-western suburbs.She went to class at Lowther Hall in Essendon where she

acquired a scholastic grant and started her LLB and BA (Media and Communications) and Diploma in Modern Languages (French) at

the University of Melbourne, at 16 years old and graduated with distinction. Sharda moved base from Melbourne to Mumbai in 2010.


Sharda moved from Melbourne to Mumbai just to seek after her profession in the performing expressions. Sharda began her Bollywood profession by playing a

cameo in Karan Johar’s My Name Is Khan (2010). In March 2010 Sharda was delegated “Miss India Australia” in Sydney.

She next featured in the comedic-show film, Dus Tola (2010), in which she assumed the part of Geeta, a town move educator. Pallavi’s

execution was recognized as the best component of the film by The Times of India. Sharda’s second discharge, an Indo-American film called

Walkaway was discharged on 29 October 2010 crosswise over United States. Sharda’s next Bollywood discharge, Love Breakups Zindagi discharged on 7

October 2011.

In 2011 and 2012 Sharda was the lead on-screen character of the dramatic melodic, Taj Express coordinated by Shruti Merchant and arranged by

Vaibhavi Merchant.

Sharda influenced her Australian film to make a big appearance with comic drama film Save Your Legs, which discharged on 28 February 2013. She at that point showed up in

Abhinav Kashyap’s Bollywood film Besharam. in which she depicted a lady whose auto is stolen by a unimportant criminal. Pallavi’s next Bollywood

wander, Hawaizaada, was discharged worldwide on 30 January 2015. Coordinated by Vibhu Puri and co-featuring Ayushmann Khurrana and Mithun

Chakraborty, the film is propelled by the genuine occasions of Shivkar Bapuji Talpade, who is accepted to have flown an unmanned air ship in 1895

Bombay. Sharda got basic recognition for her depict of a mistress artist amid the British Raj period in Mumbai.

Pallavi joined SONY ESPN’s group as their new face for the IPL 2016 Indian Premier League (IPL).

Pallavi’s most recent Bollywood film Begum Jaan discharged in April 2017. Pallavi got basic praise for her depiction of Gulabo, a sex laborer

in provincial punjab, at the season of India’s parcel from Pakistan.

Pallavi is viewed as am minister for multicultural relations in Australia. In 2015 she was selected the ‘Ruler of Moomba’,

Melbourne’s biggest network celebration, close by resigned Australian cricketer Shane Warne.

Pallavi joined Dev Patel and Nicole Kidman in the Hollywood film Lion in 2016 and is at present assuming a lead part in ABC Australia’s new

therapeutic show titled Pulse.


Pallavi is on the leading body of guides for e-Kutir, a social business enterprise organization concentrated on enhancing the lives of Indians utilizing the ‘base of

pyramid’ show. Her concentration zones are Sanitation and Mother and Child. Pallavi is a general keynote speaker on Asia Literacy in Australia,

diverse relations amongst India and Australia and ladies’ strengthening in India.


Year Film Role Other notes

2010 My Name Is Khan Sajida Khan

Dus Tola Geeta

2011 Love Breakups Zindagi Radhika

2012 Heroine Gayatri

2013 Save Your Legs Anjali Australian film

Besharam Tara Sharma

2015 Hawaizaada Sitara

2015 Unindian Shanthi Special appearance

2016 Lion Prama Australian film

2017 Begum Jaan Gulabo

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