Pransh Chopra

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Kuwaarjeet
Born
Delhi, India
NationalityIndian
OccupationActor
Years active2010–present

Pransh Chopra (Hindi: प्रांश चोपड़ा) known professionally as Kuwaarjeet is an Indian film actor who appears in Hindi films.

Early life[edit | edit source]

Template:BLP unsourced section He did his schooling from Delhi and then went to Lucknow to study Engineering and then moved to chennai for MBA from Loyola college. During his school and college days he would do street plays on social issues.After completing his education he decided to pursue his passion and love for cinema. So he moved to mumbai and took took professional training from Barry John. Then he joined a theatre group where he honed his skills under the guidance of famous writer and poet Gulzar. His paternal grandfather, U. N. Chopra (Omiji) was a Director and his Great Grandfather padmabhushan Krishan Chander was a much translated writer of novels and short stories. He also was a producer and many movies derived inspiration from his novels.

Career[edit | edit source]

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  • He has been doing theatre with Salim Arif on stories written by Gulzar and Javed Siddiqui.
  • In 2010 he did a Short Film The Bridge, directed by Sunny Verma.
  • In 2013 he did a film for the festivals titled The Evidence.
  • He did a music album with Venus Records.
  • Commercials of Cinthol and Chevrolet Cruz.

Awards and nominations[edit | edit source]

Monaco Charity Film Festival[edit | edit source]

Nominated

  • 2011: Short Film; The Bridge[1]

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Year Movie Role Notes
2010 The Bridge Sanjay Nominated, Monaco Charity Film Festival, Nasik International Film Festival and Worldkids International Film Festival
2012 Unwanted Gautam In-Production [needs update]
2013 The Evidence Ravi
2017 Band of Maharajas Pinta Shoot in Progress
2019 Torbaaz Habibullah Post-production

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Monaco Charity Film Festival (6 May 2011). "The Bridge". Archived from the original on 9 October 2011.

External links[edit | edit source]

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