Auritra Ghosh Wiki, Age, Husband, Family, Biography & More

Auritra Ghosh

Auritra Ghosh is an Indian actress, dancer, and theatre artist who gained immense recognition for her performance in films like ‘love Breakups Zindagi,’ (2011) ‘Dharam Sankat Mein,’ (2015), and ‘M Cream’ (2014).


Auritra Ghosh was born in Jamshedpur. She grew up in Delhi. She celebrates her birthday every year on the 7th of August. Her zodiac sign is Leo. Auritra attended the Mater Dei School in Delhi, and she later pursued a course in Information systems at the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi, in 2004. In 2020, she pursued a diploma in Dance and Movement Therapy at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences in Mumbai.

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Auritra Ghosh with her mother and sister

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Auritra Ghosh with her father

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 3″

Hair Colour: Natural Black

Eye Colour: True Gray

Weight (approx.): 52 kgs

Figure Measurements (approx.): 34-28-32

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Parents & Siblings

Auritra Ghosh’s mother (deceased) was a sitar player, and her father, Asitkumar Ghosh, is an engineer. Auritra credits her father for all the success in her life and says,

“My father taught me to be strong and follow my dreams.”

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Auritra Ghosh with her father and elder sister

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Auritra Ghosh’s mother

Auritra Ghosh has an elder sister named Monishita Ghosh who works at Reliance Capital, and she is married and has a daughter. Auritra loves her niece dearly and often posts her photos on social media.

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Auritra Ghosh with her sister and niece

Auritra lives with her father and elder sister. Her mother passed away when Auritra was very young.


Auritra Ghosh follows Hinduism. She celebrates Durga Pooja in Delhi and Ganesh Chaturthi in Mumbai every year.


Autographs of Auritra Ghosh

Autographs of Auritra Ghosh



She made her Bollywood debut with the film ‘Love Breakups Zindagi’ (2011) in which she played the role of Gayatri.

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Auritra Ghosh’s debut movie

In 2015, Auritra starred in the Viacom 18 Motion Pictures production film ‘Dharam Sankat Mein,’ which also starred some legendary film actors such as Paresh Rawal, Annu Kapoor, and Naseeruddin Shah.

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Auritra Ghosh’s movie ‘Dharam Sankat Mein’

In 2016, Auritra Ghosh starred in India’s first stoner film, ‘M Cream,’ a movie solely about a road trip.

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Auritra Ghosh during M Cream promotions

Auritra Ghosh was also part of the superhit movie ‘Good Newwz’ (2019) starring Akshay Kumar, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Kiara Advani, and Diljit Dosanjh.

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Auritra Ghosh’s movie ‘Good Newwz’

Auritra Ghosh has also performed in two independent films, ‘Wingman’ and ‘Chitrakoot.’


Auritra Ghosh was part of an adaptation of the famous play ‘August: Osage County’ by the famous Indian theatre director Lillete Dubey. In 2017, Auritra choreographed and performed in the adaptation of the famous play ‘The Threepenny Opera’, a theatre initiative by the Aditya Birla Group. She is also known for her performance in ‘STAND UP: a serious play about comedy’ – an Akvarious Theatre Production, featuring various nuanced acts and performances.

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Auritra Ghosh’s theatre practice

Web Series

She made her digital debut with ‘A.I.Sha My Virtual Girlfriend’ (2016). In an interview, she talked about the constantly evolving Sci-fi shows and said,

“I am very excited as an actor because of the digital revolution” [1]Auritra Ghosh-A.I.Sha

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Auritra Ghosh’s web series – A.I.Sha

In 2016, Auritra Ghosh was part of the Y-films series ‘Ladies Room,’ a show about young girls growing up.

TV Movies & Commercials

Auritra Ghosh was cast for an MTV- TV film, Shadi Vadi and All That (2014).

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Auritra Ghosh’s movie ‘Shaadi Vaadi and All That’

In 2017, she appeared in an international series under ITV, ‘Good Karma Hospital,’ which was released in the UK. Some of the other famous artists in this series are Amanda Redman, James Floyd, and Shabana Azmi. Later, she appeared in a Sci-fi show, HolIycross (2019) on Sony LIV, which was all about the parallel universe.

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Auritra Ghosh’s drama series ‘Good Karma Hospital’

Auritra Ghosh has appeared in TV commercials for various brands such as Hero, Nokia, Dabur, and Nestle.

A still of Auritra Ghosh and M.S Dhoni from a TV commercial

A still of Auritra Ghosh and M.S Dhoni from a TV commercial

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Auritra Ghosh’s Tv ad commercial


  • Food: Non-vegetarian, Thai food


  • From 2001 to 2009, Auritra Ghosh served as the former principle dancer, dance instructor, educator, and choreographer at The Danceworx in Delhi. 
  • Auritra is a trained Kathak, jazz, ballet, modern, and contemporary dancer. She has performed and presented her craft in many countries including Dubai, Muscat, and Belgium. [2]Verve
  • Auritra Ghosh represented India in the International Dance Festival, held in Tilburg, Netherlands, in 2007.
  • From 2009 to 2015, she worked as a visiting consultant and visiting faculty at Split Sole Dance Academy. From 2010 to 2015, she also worked as a visiting faculty at Terence Lewis Professional Training Institute. 
  • Auritra Ghosh loves travelling, and she often shares her travel experiences on social media.
  • She is popularly known as the ‘Google ad girl’ for her impeccable performance in Google ads.

    Auritra Ghosh in the famous Google Ad campaign

    Auritra Ghosh in the famous Google Ad campaign

  • Auritra Ghosh’s film ‘M Cream’ was screened at the Rhode Island International Film Festival and received the Grand Prize for Best Feature Film.
  • In 2022, Auritra Ghosh was a full-time dance instructor and choreographer.
  • Auritra Ghosh loves dogs, and she often shares pictures of her pet dog on social media.
  • Auritra Ghosh drinks alcohol on various occasions.
  • Auritra is the founder of Pause and Effect, a company launched in 2015 to promote performing arts and wellness events across the nation. [3]Auritra Ghosh – LinkedIn

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    Auritra Ghosh’s venture – Pause And Effect

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