Bhavin Rabari Wiki, Age, Family, Biography & More

Bhavin Rabari

Bhavin Rabari is an Indian actor who is popularly known for his performance in the Gujarati language film ‘Chhello Show’ (trans. The Last Film Show), which was nominated as India’s official entry for the 95th Academy Awards. Bhavin appeared as ‘Samay’ (protagonist) in the film.


Bhavin Rabari was born in 2012 (age 10 years; as of 2022) in Vasai village of Jamnagar, Gujarat, India. Growing up in Gujarat brought a big opportunity to Bhavin to be part of the multi-award-winning film ‘Chhello Show’ as the director of the film, Pan Nalin, was looking for a candidate for the role of protagonist (Samay) who was supposed to belong to Gujarat only. [1]European Children’s Film Association

Physical Appearance

Hair Colour: Black

Eye Colour: Black

Bhavin Rabari


Bhavin belongs to a Gujarati family. [2]Cinestaan

Parents & Siblings

Bhavin’s father, Alabhai Nangesh, drives luxury coaches between various cities in Gujarat, India, and his mother, Nathiben, is a housewife.

Caste/ Community

Bhavin Rabari belongs to the Rabari community in Gujarat, India. [3]Cinestaan



Bhavin made his debut with a Gujarati language film, Chhello Show, in 2022. He appeared as ‘Samay’ in the film.

Bhavesh Shrimali as Fazal (left) and Bhavin Rabari as Samay (right) in 'Last Film Show'

Bhavesh Shrimali as Fazal (left) and Bhavin Rabari as Samay (right) in ‘Last Film Show’


  • In an interview, Pan Nalin revealed that Bhavin was selected among 3,000 candidates for the role of the protagonist during the auditions for the film Chhello Show. [4]Cinestaan
  • According to the sources, Bhavin, along with others, had to be trained to put on a microphone on their head for shooting Chhello Show. [5]Cinestaan
  • Reportedly, Bhavin and the co-child actors of ‘Chhello Show’ followed a routine which included yoga, meditation, completing school homework, and visiting different shoot locations. [6]Cinestaan
  • In an interview, Pan Nalin praised the performance of Bhavin Rabari in the film Chhello Show on the whole. The director mentioned a particular scene where Bhavin had to shoot a scene using 35mm celluloid prints, and commended his performance with that as it was dangerous and could cause deep cuts if someone would have fallen on that. [7]European Children’s Film Association Pan Nalin said,

    Rehearsing that scene, we realised there was great danger involved; if you fall on these prints the wrong way the razor-sharp edges can cause deep cuts. But our young actor Bhavin Rabari brilliantly performed the scene not only once but five times!” [8]European Children’s Film Association

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