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Aarohi at Transmedia Gujarati Screen and Stage Awards 2018
Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India15 November 1994
Aarohi Patel (born 15 November 1994) is a Gujarati film actress. After making her acting debut as a child artist in Saandeep Patel's Moti Na Chowk Re Sapna Ma Ditha, she played her first leading role in Vijaygiri Bava's drama film Premji: Rise of a Warrior, which won 10 prominent Gujarat State Awards, including Best Film. She is known for her role as RJ Antara in blockbuster hit film Love Ni Bhavai.  She also bagged the 'Best Actress' Award at the 17th Annual Transmedia Gujarati Screen and Stage Awards-2017 and at Radio City Cine Awards-2017 for Love Ni Bhavai.
Personal life[edit | edit source]
Aarohi was born to Gujarat's Director-Producer duo Saandeep Patel and Aarti Patel. She also has a younger sister, Sanjanaa Patel. She completed her Bachelors in Commerce, with specialization in Accounts from H.L. Institute of Commerce, Ahmedabad University. She has won many college-level competitions in dance and theater. She got her first lead role in Premji: Rise of a Warrior while she was still in college. She recently completed her Masters' degree in Development Communication from Gujarat University.
Other works[edit | edit source]
Along with her bachelor studies, she did an internship at one of the Ahmedabad's popular radio stations 94.3 My FM from April 2012 till January 2014. She also did a two-month internship at TV9 (Gujarati) from April 2014 to June 2014.
Television[edit | edit source]
|Year||Name of the show||Role||Channel||Notes|
|2001||Sati Savitri||Young Savitri||SAB TV||4 episodes as a child artist|
Filmography[edit | edit source]
|1999||Moti Na Chowk Re Sapna Ma Ditha||Pooja||Gujarati language||Child Artist|
|2015||Premji: Rise of a Warrior||Pavan||Gujarati language|
|2017||Love Ni Bhavai||Antara||Gujarati language||Female Protagonist | Award - Best Actress (2017)|
|2019||Chaal Jeevi Laiye!||Ketki||Gujarati language|
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