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March 15, 1986 |
Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
|Occupation||Film Actor, Theatre actor and Theatre Director|
Anshuman Jha (Born 15 March) is an Indian film and theatre actor best known for his work in Love Sex Aur Dhokha. He has been rated as one of the "Top Ten Bollywood Actors of 2010" by Rediff. His performance in his last four releases - 2014 release Yeh Hai Bakrapur, the 2015 release X: Past Is Present, the 2016 release Chauranga and the 2017 release "Mona Darling" have been widely applauded by Critics & audiences alike.
He did his schooling from Manava Bharati India International School New Delhi. And graduated with a degree in Economics from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai. He also has a diploma in Acting from Barry John's Imago School of Acting.
He was also voted as the "Advertising Face of the Year 2011" by CNBC-TV18's Storyboard.
Currently he can also be seen as the Lead Character in the Biggest Bollywood Musical of India - Jhumroo - at Kingdom of Dreams in Gurgaon.
He began his theatre journey as a 13-year-old by coming to Mumbai from Delhi for SummerTime Acting Workshops At Prithvi Theatre. Soon he made his debut as a professional stage actor in a host of children's plays such as "Jhagrapoor" at "Lalchi" at Prithvi Theatre as a 15-year-old. Jha finished the Diploma Acting Course from Barry John's Academy as a 17-year-old, the youngest ever to have passed out of the course then. He was then cast by Barry John (theatre director) in his play "Its All About Money Honey" in 2002. Jha shifted his base to Mumbai as an 18-year-old and graduated from St. Xavier's College. During these three years he worked in a host of experimental and non-experimental plays with directors like Quasar Padamsee, Joy Fernandes and Jaimini Pathak. He was assisting Subhash Ghai for a period of three years during which he acted and directed plays such as Mr. Kolpert. His devised play Dirty Talk was directed by Nayantara Roy. It was India's representation at Contact-World Theatre Festival in 2010 at Manchester, UK. His most recent play is Ramu Ramanathan's classic "The Boy Who Stopped Smiling" where he plays the lead character.
Anshuman Jha made his feature film debut as a lead actor in Ekta Kapoor and Dibakar Banerjee's Love Sex Aur Dhokha. He has done a select high-profile endorsements for Red Label and Pepsi. He also endorsed Tata Sky from 2011–12. He was seen in a series of adverts for the same "Poochne mein kya jaata hain" campaign. His second release was Kismat Love Paisa Dilli (KLPD) in 2012 and though the film tanked, he was hailed as the most entertaining thing in the film as Nunna by Filmfare. He had one release in 2013 in Boyss Toh Boyss Hain, in which he played the protagonist of a Sardar alongside Raj Kumar & Manu Rishi. His performance was applauded in the critically acclaimed film Yeh Hai Bakrapur released on 9 May. He gave a commendable performance in his recent release Mona Darling.
|2010||Love Sex Aur Dhokha||Rahul||Lead actor||Dibakar Banerjee|
|2012||Kismat Love Paisa Dilli KLPD||Nunna||Second lead actor||Sanjay Khanduri|
|2013||Boyss Toh Boyss Hain||Karan Pal Singh||Lead actor||Amit Vats Chouhan|
|2014||Yeh Hai Bakrapur||Jaffar||Lead Actor||Janaki Vishwanathan|
|2014||Fugly||Cheeni||Special Appearance||Kabir Sadanand|
|2015||X: Past Is Present||K||Lead Actor||Hemant Gaba,Raja Sen, Nalan Kumarasamy|
|2017||Mona Darling||Wiki||Lead Actor||Shashi Sudigala|
|2007||Black and White||Chief Assistant Director||Subhash Ghai|
|2008||Paying Guests||Chief Assistant Director||Paritosh Painter|
|2009||Peter Gaya Kaam Se||Associate Director||John Owen|
|2014||Kaanchi||Creative Assistant Director||Subhash Ghai|
|2010||Brooke Bond Red Label||Shoojit Sircar||With Anupam Kher|
|2011||Pepsi||Prasoon Pandey||With Kevin Pietersen|
|2011||Tata Sky||Vivek Kakkad||Tank Film|
|2011||Tata Sky||Vivek Kakkad||Bank Robbery Film|
|2011||Tata Sky||Vivek Kakkad||Watchdog Film|
|2011||KBC Teaser||Amit Kumar||Aam Aadmi with Amitabh Bachchan|
|2011||Anmol Veg Munchies||Bhavesh Kapadia||Corcoise Films|
|2011||I-CAN||Rajesh Sathi||Keroscene Films|
|2013||VICKS||Manoj Pillai||Chrome Pictures|
|2015||Big Basket||Shekhar Kamble||Coconut Films|
|2015||OLX||Subodh Menon||Coconut Films|
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