Pawan Shankar is a well-known face of Indian Television and movie industry. He first hogged the limelight when he played the lead role in the Star one series Siddhant. He displayed superb acting skills, and it made him a household name. Such intense was his acting that people started to call him Siddhant instead of Pawan.
Right from the beginning, Pawan was a very bright student and blessed with great understanding of the matter. He is a gold medalist from Allahabad's St. Joseph's College. Later he completed his MBA degree from the prestigious, Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Ghaziabad. He was also good at sports and represented UP in under 17 Table Tennis tournament.
After finishing his MBA degree, he worked for a few years in some Private and MNC firms, and then he planned to give acting a shot. So he came to Mumbai and joined the acting class of
Kishore Namit Kapoor
and after some initial struggle things started to happen to him.
So far he has acted in following serials:
as Tarun Sablok Vicky Ki Taxi as Vickey, Mr. Bhatti on Chutti as Prem, Kya Huaa Tera Vaada as Pradeep Alok Singh. Now a days, he is scouring for new talents in collaboration with an event management company.
In the real life, Pawan is very down to earth and simple guy. He is associated with various NGOs and helps them to raise the funds for their welfare program. This talented young man has miles to go in the show business, and we wish him all the best for his upcoming projects.
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Pawan Shankar is an Indian television actor who played the titular role in serial Siddhant on Star One.He was born on the 13th of November 1975. He has done an MBA in finance from The Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Ghaziabad. He was a student of Allahabad's St. Joseph's College, Shankar passed with a Gold Medal from Allahabad University. He is married to Yukti Shankar.
He finished a course in acting from Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting Lab, Mumbai. He won the award of Best Actor-Critic in the Indian Telly Awards for his exhibition in Siddhant, a sequential that won the award for best drama in Indian Television Academy Awards. Shankar was designated for the Best Actor classification in Apsara Awards.