Yuki Ellias is an Indian Film Actor, Director, and Corporate Coach. She worked in the Hindi Film Industry. Yuki hails from Mumbai, Maharashtra, in India. She graduated from St. Xavier’s College in Mumbai. Later, Yuki moved to London, where she learned Theatre from Ecole International de Theatre Jacques Lecoq in Paris, France.

She learned acting from the London School of Acting and Performing Arts London, the United Kingdom. Initially, Yuki worked in the Drama School of Mumbai as a Convener. Later, she worked as a Director of the company Dur Se Brothers, an IT firm. She appeared in movies such as Love You To Death (2012), And Sometimes, She Loved Me Too (2018), Circus (2018), and a few more.

Shivani Raghuvanshi Hindi Actress

Shivani Raghuvanshi

Shivani Raghuvanshi is an Indian Actress known for her work in her debut movie “Titli”. She was born on 19 March 1991 and is 25 years old. Born and raised in New Delhi, Shivani gained her honors degree in the field of Botany from the prestigious Delhi University. It was her humble roots belonging to a middle-class family and having a father who was a Government employee who stressed upon the importance of education above everything that made her first pursue her graduation before branching off to acting. She had been interested in acting and theater from a very young age and performed in school plays and even street plays. Such was her love for drama that she even directed a performance at the tender age of 15, while she studied in class nine. She was captivated with Bollywood, and it was her dream to be a renowned actress. The movie “Devdas” moved her in particular and strengthened her love for acting. In pursuit of the same dream of making it to the silver screen, she moved to Mumbai. It was in Mumbai that she got discovered by a Talent Scout who landed her an advertisement with Vodafone Inc. The ad was her first breakthrough in the acting world. She then later auditioned in 2014 for the movie “Titli” in her hometown Delhi. She admits that it was her mother’s constant support that made her feel less tense about the auditions since it had been her ambition to work under the Yash Raj Films banner. She auditioned for the lead role of Neelu, managing to successfully make it past the auditions. After the auditions, she was required to go through intensive acting workshops in Mumbai before she finally bagged the part. She managed to give an appreciable performance in the movie and won a lot of critical acclaims for the raw and realistic portrayal of her character. She created a space to shine despite the predominantly male cast. When asked about it, she claims that it was the emotional bonding she had with the character that evolved her acting and even brought about a change in her mindset. She also admits that she was nervous to shoot the kissing scene opposite the male protagonist, Shashank Arora, and here as well her parents’ broad-minded thinking and support helped her overcome the obstacle. She idolizes Deepika Padukone and wishes to continue working in films rather than TV serials. She is currently working on her next venture “Leader” which is directed by the famous director Rajesh Tibrewal.