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Residence  New Delhi, India
Spouse  Shukla Barnali Ray
Role  Film actor

Name  Saurabh Shukla
Years active  1984–present
Education  SGTB Khalsa College
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Born  5 March 1963 (age 52) (1963-03-05) Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh, India
Occupation  Actor, director, screenwriter
Awards  National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor
Movies  PK, Jolly LLB, Slumdog Millionaire, Gang of Ghosts, Satya
Similar People  Vinay Pathak, Rajat Kapoor, Boman Irani, Rajkumar Hirani, Vijay Raaz

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Saurabh Shukla (born 5 March 1963) is an Indian film, theatre and television actor, director and screenwriter. He is best known for his work in films like Satya (1998), Barfi! (2012), Jolly LLB (2013), Kick (2014), and PK (2014).


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In 2014, he won the National Film Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in Jolly LLB.

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Early life and background

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Shukla's family left Gorakhpur for Delhi when he was two years old. Here after completing his schooling, he did his graduation from Khalsa College, Delhi. His professional career began in 1984 with his entry into theatre.

Early career

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Shukla began serious theatre in 1986 with roles in plays like A View From The Bridge (Arthur Miller), Look Back in Anger (John Osborne), Ghashiram Kotwal (Vijay Tendulkar) and Hayvadan. In 1991, he joined the NSD Repertoire Company – the professional wing of the National School of Drama – as actor. The next year he got his first break when Shekhar Kapur, impressed with his work, created a role for him in Bandit Queen.

Shukla also did the role of Vijay Anand's sidekick Gopi in the 1994 Doordarshan crime drama Tehkikaat. The series was directed by Karan Razdan, but Kapur directed the first episode. He also wrote and acted in Zee TV's 9 Malabar Hill.

These days also he is doing a comic theatre play 2 to Tango, 3 to Jive.

Breakthrough (1998–present)

Shukla's biggest break came when he co-wrote the script for Ram Gopal Varma's 1998 cult classic Satya and played the role of gangster Kallu Mama in the film. He won the Star Screen Award for Best Screenplay alongside Anurag Kashyap.

"Why do I make realistic films, like Satya? Because that's the kind of films I like to do. Capturing reality is very difficult and challenging," he said in a 2000 interview to, making it clear that his prefers realism in his scripts. In the same interview he also talked about his preferred genre of film making – comedy:

In 2003, he wrote the screenplay for Calcutta Mail. He received his first award for this film, the Zee Cine Award for Best Screenplay. In 2008, he acted in his first international film, the Golden Globe and Academy Award winning Slumdog Millionaire, as the character Constable Srinivas.


He was given Screen Awards for the Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Male) for film Jolly LLB in January 2014. He has received National Film Awards for Supporting Role (Male) for the same film Jolly LLB.


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