Emily Shah is an Indian-American Actress. She was born in Chicago on 4 December 1995 and brought up in New Jersey, America. Her father’s name is Prashant shah, who is a established film director, has been part of the Bollywood and Hollywood film industries. Her mother’s name is Elizabeth Shah. Emily Shah can speak three languages; Gujarati, English, and Hindi. Emily Shah went to American Repertory Ballet and Princeton Ballet School, and for her graduation degree, she joined California State University Northridge. Further, for enhancement of her skills, she completed her studies at Madhumati's Bollywood Academy, New York Film Academy, The Margie Haber Studio, etc. She is a Producer, Assistant Director, and Actress.
She was part of these films, namely "Jungle Cry," "Fortune Defies Death," “November Rule,” The Great New Wonderful,” and “out of control.” Moreover, she has studied hip hop, tap, ballet, and jazz at American Repertory Theatre's Princeton Ballet. And She has taken part in national campaigns for firms such as Motorola, Sephora, Proactive, and T3, and as being a UNICEF ambassador. She was the first Indian American to compete in the Miss USA pageant when she was 18 years old. The UNICEF ambassador and actress will now appear in a film that has on its way towards the Cannes Film Festival, based on a true story about a squad of young rugby players who grow up in an Indian slum and go on to win the 2007 Rugby Nations Cup in England.