Auritra Ghosh

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Auritra Ghosh
Born Jamshedpur, India
Occupation Actress, dancer, theatre artist
Years active 2011 – present

Auritra Ghosh is an Indian film actress, dancer and theatre artist. She made her acting debut in 2011 with the film Love Breakups Zindagi [1] and has recently appeared in Indian comedy film Dharam Sankat Mein released in 2015.


Auritra started her career in the performing arts at the age of 16. Brought up in Delhi, her Bengali lineage along with her passion for creativity, provided for a great base to develop her skills in performing arts.

In 2001, she joined The Danceworx - Performing Arts Academy to further complement her earlier training in Kathak, where she trained in jazz, ballet, modern and contemporary dance. By 2002, she was a full-time instructor and choreographer with the academy picking up training along the way from renowned dance teachers across the world and even represented India at the Fontys Academy's International Dance Festival held in Tilburg, Netherlands in 2007.

Auritra has also acted in independent feature film called M Cream and has played the lead role in Shaadi Vaadi And All That, an MTV Films' production. She has performed in many theatre productions, including an adaptation of the award winning play August: Osage County directed by Lillete Dubey.[2]

Auritra was the face behind the Google Search: Reunion ad campaign. She received widespread, individual appreciation for her nuanced role in the ad-film.[3][4]


Year Film Role
2015 Dharam Sankat Mein Shraddha
2014 Shaadi Vaadi And All That (TV Movie) Aahana Kapadia
2014 M Cream Meghna (Maggie)
2013 All the Lost Souls Saira Sethi
2012 Swen Riya
2011 Love Breakups Zindagi Gayatri


  1. ^ "Auritra Ghosh makes her entry in B'wood" Piyali Dasgupta, The Times of India, 27 September 2011.
  2. ^ "The Tragedy of our Times" Sarika Sharma, Daily Post Chandigarh, 16 July 2012.
  3. ^ "The girl from Google ad Auritra Ghosh is on a roll" Mumbai Mid Day, 3 December 2013.
  4. ^ “The Google Girl” Verve Magazine, Shreya Shah, 1 March 2014.

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