Keval Arora is an actor. Keval Arora, the man behind Kirori Mal College's Players, has mentored many actors during their theatre days and is now making his Bollywood debut with Omerta. Keval Arora whose age is 61, was walking around with a face that resembled like a political leader. One day When “he was coming back from a shoot, his beard has been trimmed to resemble like Narendra Modi’s.” He did the student film, Ajeeb Budhi Aurat, in which he plays an ex-army man and a president of a housing colony’s RWA who styles himself like Prime Minister, shows a Modi-kurta-clad. Arora starts a sentence with the very famous word “
Mitron.” “It is an FTII (Film and Television Institute of India) graduate’s production.”
Arora’s students achieve success across many fields like theatre, television, and films. He has been the staff advisor to Kirori Mal College’s dramatic society for more than 35 years. His debut was from Hansal Mehta’s Bollywood movie, Omerta in which he played the role of father to Rajkummar Rao’s terrorist Omar Sheikh. Before Omerta he was cast in London Film School project that is 5.20 in the Afternoon, in which Arora plays the role of a professor who is trying to kill himself. And he also did ‘
Banana’ movie which is produced by actor
John Abraham, where he plays the role of a principal in a boys school. He got success after doing these films.