Shravani Goswami: Net Worth (2023), Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Weight And More

Shravani Goswami: Net Worth (2023), Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Weight And More

Shravani Goswami is a well-known actress in India. She is most recognized for her roles in the films Bhuj: The Pride of India (2021), Swaha: Life Beyond Superstition (2010), and Kohra (1993).

Shravani Goswami was born on, and she is originally from Delhi in India.

As of the year 2022, Shravani Goswami is of unknown age. More information about Shravani Goswami can be found down below.

Shravani Goswami
Shravani Goswami

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Shahana Goswami: Bio

Shahana Goswami was born in New Delhi. Her father is an economist and mother an editorial consultant.

Her elder brother and sister-in-law are physicists.She attended Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, Delhi and Sophia College, Mumbai.

Goswami was the house captain and sports champion in her school. She secured second position at the National Artificial Wall Climbing Competition and has represented her school in athletics, badminton, basketball and volleyball at the zonal level.

She also trained in Odissi for 10 years under Guru Padmashri Kiran Segal and has travelled and performed extensively with her dance troupe.

Shahana had a single-minded focus on professional acting since childhood. She moved to Mumbai to complete her graduation and to explore the possibility of taking up acting as a career.

In Mumbai, her first steps in acting were at Jaimini Pathak’s theatre group Working Title. There, she started off as a production assistant and then acted in their productions Seagull and Arabian Nights.

Through her theater circle she met talent consultant Shaanu Sharma who asked her to audition for a role in Naseeruddin Shah’s directorial debut Yun Hota Toh Kya Hota.

Subsequently, she stumbled upon the small role of Boman Irani’s daughter in Reema Katgi’s Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd., when she visited the production house for some other work.

Meanwhile, a cinematographer who noticed her work in Yun Hota Toh Kya Hota recommended her and she auditioned for the lead role in Percept Picture Company’s Ru Ba Ru, directed by Arjun Bali, with Randeep Hooda as her co-star.

For Goswami, Ru Ba Ru happened while she was still in college completing her graduation.

She gave her first shot for the film in Bangkok, much before she was signed on for Rock On.

Her friends Shaanu Sharma and Simran, who were in the middle of casting for Rock On, at that time suggested her name to Abhishek Kapoor (director of Rock On).

Later, she auditioned for the film and got the big break in the role of Debbie. Her performance not only secured her a prominent spot on the Bollywood map, but also fetched her many awards, the most prestigious of them being the Filmfare Best Actress (Critics) award, which no supporting actress had won until then.

She then appeared in the music video for Dido’s “Let’s Do the Things We Normally Do” as a taxi driver in Mumbai.

The video was shot by Siddharth Sikand. In between, she also featured in a Fevicol commercial set in a village in Rajasthan.

Goswami’s first international project is Deepa Mehta’s Winds of Change, an adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s Booker Prize winning novel Midnight’s Children. The film is expected to release in spring 2012.

Shravani Goswami
Shravani Goswami

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Shahana Goswami: Career

Goswami was introduced to talent consultant Shaanu Sharma through her involvement in the theatrical community, and he subsequently invited her to try out for a part in Naseeruddin Shah’s debut film as a director, Yun Hota Toh Kya Hota.

After that, while she was at the production company for some other work, she happened to stumble onto the small role of Boman Irani’s daughter in Reema Kagti’s Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd.

While this was going on, a cinematographer who had seen her work in Yun Hota Toh Kya Hota gave her a recommendation, and she went on to audition for the main role in Ru Ba Ru, which was produced by Percept Picture Company and directed by Arjun Bali.

Her co-star in the film was Randeep Hooda. In the case of Goswami, the events of Ru Ba Ru took place while she was still a student in college working toward her graduation.

In Bangkok, she did her first take for the movie, which was a long time before she was officially cast in Rock On!

At that time, her friends Shaanu Sharma and Simran, who were in the process of casting for Rock On!!, submitted her name to the director of the film, Abhishek Kapoor.

In later years, she participated in the movie’s casting process and eventually landed the part of Debbie. She was awarded the Filmfare Award for Best Actress by the Critics for her performance.

After thereafter, she played the role of a cab driver in the music video for Dido’s song “Let’s Do the Things We Normally Do,” which was shot in Mumbai. Siddharth Sikand is responsible for the video’s cinematography.

During this time, she was also featured in a commercial for Fevicol that was filmed in a small town in Rajasthan.

Deepa Mehta’s Midnight’s Children (2013), which was an adaptation of the novel Midnight’s Children by Salman Rushdie, which won the Booker Prize, was Goswami’s first foreign project.

In the film Vara: A Blessing, which was shot in Sri Lanka and was directed by Khyentse Norbu (who also directed The Cup and Travellers & Magicians), Goswami portrayed the role of the film’s female lead.

As a result of her work in the movie, she was honored with the Asian Award in the category of best actress.

Under Construction, starring Goswami and including Rubayat Hossain in his dual role as producer and director, will be screened at the 2016 Vesoul Asian Film Festival.

Alankrita Shrivastava is the director of the upcoming online series “Bombay Begums,” which will be Goswami’s second appearance on screen. Starring Pooja Bhatt, Amruta Subhash, Plabita Borthakur and Aadhya Anand.

Shravani Goswami
Shravani Goswami

Shravani Goswami: Net Worth

 

The amount of $1.1 million that Shravani Goswami has in their net worth

Shravani Goswami: Parents

Shahana Goswami was born in New Delhi. Her father is an economist and mother an editorial consultant. Her elder brother and sister-in-law are physicists. She attended Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, Delhi and Sophia College, Mumbai.

Shravani Goswami
Shravani Goswami

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Quick Facts

Physical Stats & More
Height in centimeters- 162 cm
in meters- 1.62 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 3”
Weight in Kilograms- 60 kg
in Pounds- 132 lbs
Figure Measurements 36-28-38
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Black
Personal Life
Date of Birth 6 May 1986
Age (as in 2016) 30 Years
Birth Place New Delhi, India
Zodiac sign/Sun sign Taurus
Nationality Indian
Hometown New Delhi, India
Current City Paris, France
School Sardar Patel Vidyalaya, Delhi
College Sophia College, Mumbai
Education Qualifications Graduate
Debut Film Debut: Yun Hota To Kya Hota (2006)
Family Father– Omkar Goswami (Economist)

Mother– Not Known (Editorial Consultant)
Brother– Not Known (Physicist)
Sister– Not Known

Religion Hindu
Hobbies Basketball, Volleyball, and Traveling
Favorite Things
Favorite Dish Pasta, Pizza
Boys, Affairs and More
Marital Status Unmarried
Affairs/Boyfriends Ex-Boyfriend – Milind Soman (Actor)

 

Filmography

Year Film Role Language Notes
2006 Yun Hota To Kya Hota Payal Hindi
2007 Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd. Gina Hindi
2008 Rock On!! Debbie Mascarenhas Hindi
Ru Ba Ru Tara Hindi
2009 Firaaq Munira Hindi
Jashnn Nisha Hindi
2010 Mirch Ruchi Hindi
Break Ke Baad Nadia Hindi
Tera Kya Hoga Johnny Divya Hindi
2011 Game Tisha Khanna Hindi
Ra.One Jenny Nayar Hindi
2012 Midnight’s Children Amina English
Heroine Promita Roy Hindi
2013 Vara: A Blessing Lila English
2016 Rock On II Debbie Mascarenhas Hindi
Force of Destiny Maya English
Under Construction Roya Bengali Bangladeshi film
Tu Hai Mera Sunday Kavya Hindi
2018 Gali Guliyan Saira Hindi
2019 Made in Bangladesh Nasima Bengali Bangladeshi film

Shahana Goswami – Festival des Cinémas d’Asie – Vesoul 2016

Television

 
Year Title Role Notes
2020 A Suitable Boy[citation needed] Meenakshi Chatterji Mehra BBC One & Netflix
2021 Bombay Begums Fatima Warsi Netflix
The Last Hour Lipika Bora Amazon Prime Video
2022 Hush Hush Amazon Prime

Awards

Year Film Role Award Result
2009 Rock On!! Debbie Filmfare Award for Best Actress (Critics) Won 
Star Screen Award for Best Supporting Actress Won 
Lions Gold Award for Best Supporting Actress Won
Cineblitz Award for Best Supporting Actress Won
IIFA Award for Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Stardust Award for Breakthrough Performance – Female Nominated 
Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2010 Firaaq Muneera Nominated
Star Screen Award for Best Supporting Actress Nominated
Stardust Award for Breakthrough Performance – Female Won
Lions Gold Award for Best Supporting Actress Won
2011 Break Ke Baad Nadia Jeeyo Bollywood Award for Best Supporting Actress Nominated
2016 Under Construction  Roya Best Actress, Festival de Cine de Islantilla – Spain Won

 

Facts About Shahana Goswami

  • Does Shahana Goswami smoke?: Not Known
  • Does Shahana Goswami drink alcohol?: Not Known
  • Shahana was born in New Delhi, India and belongs to a Bengali family.
  • She was the sports champion in her school and secured second place at the National Artificial Wall Climbing Competition.
  • In Mumbai, she started her career in acting as a production assistant at Jaimini Pathak’s theatre group Working Title. After that, she acted in their productions Seagull and Arabian Nights.
  • She was famous for her roles in films such as Midnight’s Children, Firaaq, and Rock On!!.
  • In 2009, She won Debbie Filmfare Critics Award in Best Actress category for the role of Debbie in the film Rock On!!.

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