After SAT SHRI AKAAL ENGLAND, Shavin Rekhi has bagged an important role in Rana Ranbir’s directorial debut, ASEES.
Shavin Rekhi’s stint into acting can be perfectly termed as a hobby turning into passion. This pretty girl from Mohali holds a Master’s Degree in Medicine. Her parents wanted her to pursue a career in Medicine field but destiny had other plans for Shavin.
A few years ago, Shavin happened to visit Mumbai with regards to her studies, and during her freetime she visited some production houses. During that time, she met the team of hindi TV serial ‘Na Haunsla Haarenge Hum’ that aired in DD National. The team was looking for someone who could enact the role of a Doctor. Shavin being from the same background, and with a keen interest in acting bagged the role.
Post ‘Na Haunsla Haarenge Hum’, Shavin got introduced to punjabi music industry through Surjit Khan‘s song ‘Dil Di Kitaab’. Shavin got her big break into Pollywood when she was seen enacting the role of a reporter in Ammy Virk starrer SAT SHRI AKAAL ENGLAND.
Shavin would be next seen in Rana Ranbir‘s directorial debut ASEES. The shooting of the movie has just begun and she would be enacting the role of a modern and an educated girl. Shavin further revealed that ASEES would be different from other punjabi movies. The tagline of the movie ‘Jo aap sona hunda, us nu gehneyaan di lod nahi hundi‘ speaks volumes of the subject of the movie.
Shavin Rekhi feels that Punjabi film industry is growing at a rapid pace. The competition for getting selected for a film is akin to Bollywood now. She prefers to do less films in quantity but does not compromise on the quality of the films she signs.
Shavin has been regularly doing theatre as well with renowned artist Anit Shabdish. Shavin wishes to direct films one day on subjects like women empowerment and social problems in society.
At this time, Shavin is working hard to make a niche for herself as a suceessful female actor. SaadaPollywood.com wishes Shavin all the best for her future endeavours.
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