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Saurabh Malik

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Born (1988-10-19) 19 October 1988 (age 31)
New Delhi, India
  • Actor
  • director
  • writer
  • theatre artist
Years active  2012–present

Saurabh Malik (born 19 October 1988) is an Indian actor, director, writer, filmmaker and theatre artist. He made his acting debut with Ab hoga dharna unlimited, a critically acclaimed political satire.

Early life[edit | edit source]

Saurabh Malik completed his schooling at DPS Vasant Kunj, New Delhi and went on to study medicine at Lala Lajpat Rai Memorial Medical College. Apart from his career in film, he is also one of the directors of Malik Group, which currently runs Eleganza, a chain of skin and cosmetic surgery clinics.

Career[edit | edit source]

Theatre[edit | edit source]

Malik's journey towards being an actor began at an early age of 15 as a theatre artist. For seven years, he learnt the intricacies of the world of theatre under the apprenticeship of theatre director Barry John. At the Imago Theatre Company, New Delhi, Malik has been an integral part in the conception and development of several thought-provoking plays that focus on spreading social awareness. He has also worked with Vivek Mansukhani of Scene Steelers amongst other drama stalwarts.

Bollywood[edit | edit source]

Malik's debut movie Ab Hoga Dharna Unlimited released in 2012 where he plays the protagonist, Rahul alongside noted actors such as, Milind Gunaji, Omkar Das Manikpuri, Rekha Rana, Ahsaan Qureshi, Sunil Pal and Mushtaq Khan. The movie earned three stars in a critical review in The Times of India[1] and is described as an interesting experiment, having some great lines and is recommended for those who like Desi stand-up comedy.

Filmmaker[edit | edit source]

In his first venture as a writer and director, Chal Doctor Doctor Khelein!, scheduled for a 2015 release, Malik plays the lead, opposite Sonel Singh. The plot of the movie unfolds in a single night at a medical college. As the writer of the movie, Malik tries to reach out to people who end up in the wrong profession for the wrong reasons.

Tamil Cinema[edit | edit source]

Being the second largest film industry in India, Tamil Cinema has always attracted young and promising actors. Malik has upcoming Tamil projects with actors including Dhanush.[citation needed]

Others[edit | edit source]

In accordance to the message that he tries to perpetuate through his works as a film-maker, actor and theatre artist, Malik in real life has always been actively involved with many social causes and is a firm believer in giving back to society. Mirchi Jhonk a social program run by his organisation, works towards women empowerment by holding self-defence programs, distributing pepper sprays and spreading social awareness through media campaigns since 2011.

References[edit | edit source]

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  1. "Ab Hoga Dharna Unlimited Movie Review". The Times of India. 12 April 2012. Retrieved 7 June 2016.

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