Apurva Asrani: Facts To Know About Indian Filmmaker!


Abirath EV

Apurva Asrani is an Indian filmmaker who has won numerous prestigious prizes, including the National Award, Filmfare Award, and Screen Award.

Apurva Asrani was born in Bangalore, Karnataka on 21 March 1978. He was 45 years old and the Aries zodiac sign.

Apurva Asrani's father is Manohar Asrani, who passed away, and his mother is Menka Asrani.

The Supreme Court of India decriminalized homosexuality on September 6, 2018. Apurva then revealed his 11-year connection with Siddhant Pillai on Facebook.

Apurva Asrani studied at Baldwin Boys' High School in Bangalore. He completed his Degree in psychology at Jai Hind College, Mumbai.

His uncle gave Apurva a video camera when he was eight or nine. Apurva Asrani used that camera to photograph people in Mumbai's slums.

Apurva edited Ram Gopal Varma's Hindi film "Satya." That movie earned him the youngest Filmfare Award for Best Editing.

Apurva also edited Hansal Mehta's gang war film Chhal, Anupam Kher's directorial debut Om Jai Jagadish, CityLights, Simran, and Aashayein. He oversaw 8 x 10 Tasveer.

Tera Mera Pyar, a Sony Music India music video album, was directed by Apurva Asrani in 2005. Apurva has a net worth of $5 million.