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Shilpi Marwaha

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Nationality Inde

Shilpi Marwaha is an Indian theatre and cinema actor. She is a theatre activist, and has acted in many stage drama productions with theatre director Arvind Gaur. She is also known for her social activism through street plays. She acted in Raanjhanaa film as Rashmi, Abhay Deol's sister/ Her next film is Bhoomiyude Avakashikal (The Inheritors of the Earth), directed by T. V. Chandran

Usually with

Abhay Deol
Abhay Deol
(1 films)
Meera Nandan
Meera Nandan
(1 films)
(1 films)
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Filmography of Shilpi Marwaha (2 films)

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Raanjhanaa (2013)
, 2h20
Directed by Allah Rakha Rahman, Aanand L. Rai
Origin Inde
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Films about religion
Actors Dhanush, Sonam Kapoor, Abhay Deol, Swara Bhaskar, Mohammed Zeeshan Ayyub, Shilpi Marwaha
Roles Rashmi
Rating75% 3.798743.798743.798743.798743.79874
Kundan Shankar (Dhanush) is the only son of a Tamil Hindu parents settled in Varanasi. Since his childhood, Kundan has had a strong and obsessive one-sided love for Zoya Haider (Sonam Kapoor), a Muslim girl residing in the same neighborhood. He always attempts to be around her but gets slapped several times in the process. Zoya finally changes her mind because of Kundan's consistency of affection. Her family is orthodox, preventing the lovers from being together. After Zoya moves to Aligarh for further studies, Kundan harmonizes with Zoya's family, assisting them with chores. Zoya gets into Jawaharlal Nehru University and discovers a long-lost strength as she confronts and then falls for student leader Akram Zaidi (Abhay Deol).
Bhoomiyude Avakashikal, 1h54
Directed by T. V. Chandran
Themes Environmental films
Actors Kaillash, Sreenivasan, Mythili Balachandran, Meera Nandan, Shankar, Shankar Panicker

Mohanachandran Nair (Kailash) is a Malayali youth working in Ahmadabad, Gujarat. On 28 February 2002, a day after the Godhra train burning, he is driven away from the city, after he makes a futile attempt to save a Muslim woman hunted by a group of Hindu fanatics. He reappears in Kerala but without any marks of identity. He has lost his job, ID cards and name. In the new place, he is helped by a man called Beeran Ikka (Sreenivasan), who is a warm and gentle human being, whose only passion in life is music.