Shaan Groverr (Actor) Height, Weight, Date of Birth, Age, Wiki, Biography, Girlfriend
Shaan Grover is an Indian actor, producer, and assistant director who served primarily in Bollywood Industry. He is most notable for Sanam Teri Kasam (2016), Reject X (2019), and Ramyug (2021). He comes a long way from performing his Dubsmash videos and performing in ads for Blued Dating App, Howzat Cricket App, and Vijay Sales, etc.
Birth & Family
Shaan Groverr was born on 12 October 1995 in Delhi, India. His father’s name is Rocky Groverr and, his mother’s name is Anu Groverr. He did his schooling from Modern School Vasant Vihar, where he excelled at sports, studies, and extracurriculars. He turned out to be perfect for his 12th-grade school. After finishing his studies, he moved to Mumbai to continue his degree in Economics from Jai Hind College.
Actor, Producer, and Assistant Director
Date of Birth
12 October 1995
Age (as in 2021)
Mother : Anu Groverr
Father : Rocky Groverr
Sister : Not Available
Brother : Not Available
Wife : Not Available
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Shaan Groverr’s starring role was in a drama directed by Lushin Dubey, in which he performed Mowgli from the age of five. Throughout his school years, he has maintained appearances in dramas. He began his career in the Bollywood industry as an assistant filmmaker of the film, Sanam Teri Kasam, produced by Vinay Sapru and Radhika Rao in 2015. He went on to study acting under the direction of Shanoo Sharma at the YRF casting studio. Shaan starred in two short films, Llunga and Muqaddar (2016), which were screened at the Mumbai International Film Festival, respectively.
In 2018, he appeared in PM Selfiewallie, a web series produced by Aashima Chhiber, on the video platform at the request of Ekta Kapoor, ALT Balaji.
Groverr received his prominent role and played the principal negative role in Noblemen (2018), an International Feature film on Netflix, directed by Vandana Kataria and produced by Saregama & Seher Latif.
Shaan has performed Action Aniket, a short film presented on Humaramovie, a YouTube channel known for showcasing short films produced by young filmmakers. He played in the Class of 2020, a web-based series uploaded to Mirage Miracle, a YouTube channel. He played a role in the web series Decoded in his third season, which is available for streaming on Netflix and TLC.