Sharvari belongs to a political family, so he decided his journey from ‘Dil Chirne’ to ‘Dil Churane’

Sharvari Wagh, born into a Marathi family in Mumbai on June 14, 1997, is not dependent on any identity today. Sharvari, who studied at Dadar Parsi Youths Assembly secondary school and Ruparel College in Mumbai, is from a political family. Actually, her maternal grandfather Manohar Joshi has been the former Chief Minister of Maharashtra. At the same time, her father Shailesh Wagh is a well-known builder in Mumbai while her mother Namrata Wagh is an architect. In addition to these, her sister Kasturi is also an architect.

Sharvari Wagh started her Bollywood career as an assistant director. She first gave the amazing performance of her in the year 2015 in Pyaar Ka Panchnama 2. After this, she also took up the responsibility of Assistant Director in Bajirao Mastani. At the same time, this responsibility was assumed in Sonu Ke Titu Ki Sweety.

Playing direct assistant responsibility in three films, Sharvari had easily understood Mayanagari’s multiplication and division. Faced with such a situation, he took a step to steal the hearts of the fans. In fact, Ella Sharvari played a major role in Bunty Aur Babli 2, released in the year 2021. In this movie, she was seen in the role of Sonia Babli Rawat. Note that during the year 2020, Sharvari also played the role of Maya Srinivasan in the web series The Forgotten Army – Azaadi Ke Liye.

You may be surprised to know that in her short film career, Sharvari has won two major awards. In fact, for the film Bunty Aur Babli 2, she also received the IIFA Award for Debut of the Year 2022 and the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut. Sharvari will soon be seen in the movie Sitara Ke Taare. However, the release date of this film has not yet been announced.

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