Aarti Chabria | Srivideo
Biography | Posted: Wednesday, 20th December
Born/Date of Birth: 21 November, 1982
Place of Birth: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Height: 1.65 m
Other names: Aarti Chabaria, Arti Chabria, Aarti Chhabria
Education: New York Film Academy | Battery Place, New York, H.R. College of Commerce and Economics
Occupation: Actress, model
Spouse(s): Visharad Beedassy (m. 2019)
Aarti Chabria is an Indian actress and former model who appears in Hindi, Telugu, Punjabi and Kannada films.
Actress Aarti Chabria started her career as a model doing advertisements at the age of 3 years. Her first advertisement was a press ad for Farex. After which she continued modelling for more than 300 television commercials for products like Maggi Noodles, Pepsodent toothpaste, Clean & Clear face wash, Amul Frostick Ice cream, Krack cream, LML trendy scooter, and Kalyan Jewels (in recent times).
She won the Miss India Worldwide 2000 pageant in November 1999. After winning the pageant, she did music videos like 'Nasha hi Nasha hai' for Sukhwinder Singh, 'Chaahat' for Harry Anand, 'Meri Madhubala' for Avdooth Gupte, 'Roothe hue ho kyo' for Adnan Sami.
She made her acting debut in the Bollywood film, Tumse Achcha Kaun Hai, which was released in 2002.
Chabria is the winner of the fourth season of Fear Factor - Khatron Ke Khiladi, in 2011.
Filmography as Director and Producer
On April 11, 2017, Chabria released a short film called "Mumbai Varanasi Express" via youtube on a channel called Royal Stag Large short films. This film marks her debut as director and producer. She won several awards for Mumbai Varanasi Express at film festivals national & international. To name a few: in the category 'Special mention by the Jury' at the 'Kolkata Shorts International Film Festival' (2016), 'Jaipur International Film Festival' (2017) & 'Rishikesh Art & Film festival' (2017). In the category 'National award for Best Film' at the International Festival Of Short Films On Culture & Tourism (2017). Best Actor was won by the protagonist played by Darshan Jariwala at the North Carolina South Asian Film Festival (2017)