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Sharbani Mukherjee: The Ballerina And Actress

Sharbani Mukherjee: The Ballerina And Actress

Sharbani Mukherjee

Sharbani Mukherjee belongs to the famous Mukherjee Family in Bollywood. Know about her journey as an actress in Indian Cinema.

1. Sharbani Mukherjee was born in 1969. She belongs to the Mukherjee Family and is the daughter of Rono Mukherjee.

Sharbani Mukherjee family

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2. Her relatives, Rani Mukerji, Kajol, Tanisha, Ayan Mukerji, Davesh Maulik and Samrat Mukerji have also been great names. They all have also contributed to Bollywood.

Kajol, Tanisha, Ayan Mukerji, Davesh Maulik

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3. Sharbani debuted with Border (1997) when she was still in school, and director JP Dutta was looking for a child bride. Her name crossed and Mr Dutta met and finalized her.

She was also featured in a song by Shazia Mansoor, Ghar Aaja Sohnyia.

Border (1997), Sharbani Mukherjee

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4. Later on, Sharbani appeared in a Multilingual Malayalam film, Snegithiye (2000), which took 7-years of production, and Sharbani had to learn different languages.

Snegithiye released first in Tamil only, and the Malayalam version, Raakilipattu released seven years later in 2007.

Snegithiye (2000)

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5. Succeedingly, Sharbani went on to play the lead in Sufi Paranja Katha (2010).

For the preparation of the role, Sharbani had to read the KP Ramanunni’s novel (on which the film was based).

Sufi Paranja Katha, Sharbani Mukherjee

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  1. Sharbani has been a part of several regional films such as:
  • Namukkore Aakasham (2015)
  • Mohandas (2009)
  • God Only Knows (2004)
  • Kaise Kahoon Ke…Pyaar Hai (2003)
  • Ansh: The Deadly Part (2002)
God Only Knows (2004)

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7. Sharbani also has been a ballerina and travelled abroad for Festivals to represent India. She also presented her dancing skills in several competitions.

Sharbani stated in an interview that she acquired her Dance-basics from her mother.

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8. Sharbani has never been a party person. She loves to read, write, or watch, rather than attending a party.


9. Sharbani has always kept her vision broad. She wishes to get behind the camera and present a different kind of film to the world.

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film shooting

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“Whatever one does from the heart, somewhere that pays off.” – Sharbani Mukherjee

Blog Edited By Ritika Gupta

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