Actor

Gaurav More

Gaurav More Bio :

Born : 1 January 1998
Age : 26 Years
Height : 5′.4″
Occupation : Actor
Birthplace : Powai, Mumbai, Maharashtra

Gaurav More Acting Career :

Gaurav More, born on January 1, 1998, is a talented Indian actor known for his work in Marathi television and films. He gained widespread recognition for his performance in the Marathi TV show “Maharashtrachi Hasyajatra.” Gaurav has also appeared in several notable Marathi and Hindi films, such as “Balkadu” (2015), “Sanju” (2018), and “Vicky Velingkar” (2019).

Gaurav’s academic journey includes studying at S.K. Somaiya College, Ambedkar College in Mumbai, and finally at CKT College, Panvel. Alongside his studies, he actively participated in one-act play festivals. He also performed in the drama “Jalu Bai Halu” as a stand-in for actor Ananda Karekar.

Gaurav made his television debut in 2010 with the serial “Maziya Priyala Preet Kalena.” His role in “Maharashtrachi Hasyajatra” significantly boosted his popularity. Between 2015 and 2020, Gaurav played supporting roles in numerous films, including  “Gavthi” (2018),” “Mauli,” “Sarva Line Vyasta Ahet” (2019), “The Zoya Factor,” and “Kaamyaab” (2020). He also appeared in TV shows like “Hasyasamrat” and “The Great Indian Laughter Challenge.”

In 2022, Gaurav featured alongside Siddhartha Jadhav in the show “Hawa Hawai.” The following year, he appeared in “Ankush,” “Boyz 4,” and “Salman Society.”

In 2024, Gaurav will star in the forthcoming horror thriller “Alyad Palyad,” directed by Pritam SK Patil. He will be supported by a cast that includes Saksham Kulkarni, Sandeep Pathak, Anushka Pimputkar, Bhagyam Jain, and Suresh Vishwakarma. Additionally, Gaurav is working on “Mahaparinirvan” with Prasad Oak and a Hindi film titled “Sangi,” featuring Sharib Hashmi, Vidya Malvade, and Sanjay Bishnoi.

Gaurav More’s diverse roles and consistent performances have made him a prominent figure in both Marathi and Hindi entertainment industries, with a bright future ahead.

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