Anvita Sudarshan is an Indian filmmaker, actor, and author. In 2020, she appeared in the Hindi web-series, ‘Asur’ in which she played the role of Raina Singh.
Anvita was born in 1991 (age 29 Years; as in 2019) in Mysore, Karnataka and brought up in Japan, England, and Kuwait. She did her schooling and graduation from Japan, India, Kuwait, UK, and the USA. She holds a Masters Degree in Film Making from New York Film Academy. She is trained at Advanced Level from London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. IMDb
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Her father, Dr.R.Sudarshana is Ex. Advisor at the UN Security Council. Her mother’s name is Padma Sudarshan.
In 2011, she won Miss India Kuwait. She has participated in many other beauty pageants, including Miss India South 2010, I Am She Miss India Universe 2011, and Miss India Worldwide 2012. In 2013, she judged the beauty pageants like Miss India New York and Miss India USA.
In 2015, she joined Monozygotics as an assistant director. She then joined Vritant and Green TV India. In 2016, she co-founded a visual media company, ‘Haus of Slang.’ She directed a short film, ‘Sadak Chaap’ which was premiered at the Short Film Corner of Cannes Film Festival 2015. She has been working as a creative producer at Green TV India and has worked on developing scripts and documentaries on rural communities and village industries for Khadi and Village Industries Commission of Government of India.
- She has worked as an editor for a few magazines including children’s magazine, ‘Thinker.’ In an interview, she said,
When I was 14, I edited ‘Geo Junior,’ a magazine of geography learning brought out by a Hyderabad based publication house. Now, I am working with Amar Chitra Katha group of publications as assistant editor.”
- Anvita Sudarshan is an author, and in 2017, her book ‘Beauty Queen: The Pathway to Pageantry by Anvita Sudarshan’ was published.
- She has appeared in various TV commercials like Enrich Salon, Bausch and Lomb, and Big Bazaar.
- Her hobbies include reading, writing, singing, and cooking.
- When talked about her career in films, in an interview, she said,
I have always been fascinated by theatre, dance and films. Film is the contemporary version of theatre. Whenever I watch any film, I always try to find out the various camera techniques that makes it so beautiful. I have also worked as an assistant to filmmaker Aditya Bhattacharya. I have applied in New York Film Academy to study a course in filmmaking. I want to pursue my career in filmmaking.”