Aditya Rawal (Paresh Rawal’s Son) Age, Girlfriend, Family, Biography & More

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Height: 5' 10"
Age: 27 Years

Aditya Rawal


Full NameAditya Paresh Rawal
Profession(s)Actor, Screenwriter, Playwright, Author
Famous ForBeing the son of Paresh Rawal
Physical Stats & More
Height (approx.)in centimeters- 178 cm
in meters- 1.78 m
in feet inches- 5’ 10”
Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 70 kg
in pounds- 154 lbs
Body Measurements (approx.)- Chest: 40 inches
- Waist: 30 inches
- Biceps: 12 inches
Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourBlack
DebutBollywood Film (Actor): Ferrari Ki Sawaari (2012)
Personal Life
Date of Birth28 September 1991
Age (as in 2018)27 Years
BirthplaceMumbai, Maharashtra, India
Zodiac sign/Sun signLibra
HometownMumbai, Maharashtra, India
SchoolJamnabai Narsee School, Mumbai
College/University• H. R. College of Commerce & Economics, Mumbai
• London International School of Performing Arts (LISPA), England
• NYU Tisch School of the Arts, New York
Educational Qualification• A 6-month Course in Devised Theatre (LISPA)
• Graduate in Dramatic Writing MFA Program (NYU Tisch School of the Arts)
CasteBrahmin [1]Desh Gujarat
Political InclinationBhartiya Janata Party (BJP)
AddressSubhadra, 4th Floor, 6th Road, JVPD Scheme, Vile Parle (West), Mumbai - 400049
HobbiesWriting, Travelling
Relationships & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsNot Known
ParentsFather- Paresh Rawal (Actor, Politician)
Mother- Swaroop Sampat (Actress)
Aditya Rawal With His Parents And Brother
SiblingsBrother- Aniruddh Rawal (Elder)
Sister- None
Favourite Things
Favourite Playwright(s)Rabindranath Tagore, William Shakespeare
Favourite Sport(s)Football, Cricket
Favourite Football ClubJuventus FC
Favourite Footballer(s)Gianluigi Buffon, Wayne Rooney
Money Factor
Net Worth (approx.)₹80 crore (as in 2014)

Aditya Rawal

Some Lesser Known Facts About Aditya Rawal

  • Does Aditya Rawal smoke?: Not Known
  • Does Aditya Rawal drink alcohol?: Yes
  • Aditya hails from a film background, both his parents are one of the most talented and prolific actors of Bollywood.
  • In his childhood, he wanted to become a sportsperson and never thought of becoming an actor, despite being raised in an artistic environment.
  • When he was in 2nd standard, he started playing football for his school as a goalkeeper.
  • In 2009, he took his interest in football to the next level by joining ‘Kenkre Football Club,’ a Mumbai-based football club. Moreover, he was named the Mumbai University captain, and when he was part of the U-17 Indian camp in Margao, nobody was aware of his film background.

    Kenkre Football Club

    Kenkre Football Club

  • Before he could proceed further in football, his sudden interest in cricket made him leave football for it. He even received training in cricket from Chandrakant Pandit and Mohinder Amarnath.
  • In his debut play, he played the role of a Gujarati boy in Vikram Kapadia’s Bombay Talkies.
  • After completing his graduation in New York, he developed the screenplay, The Queen, which was produced in New York City by the Theater for the New City. Soon after, he wrote the screenplays for various directors. He also displayed his short films and plays at various festivals worldwide. Moreover, he had also taken workshops on playwriting in London and New York.

    Theater for the New City

    Theatre for the New City

  • His concern for social causes like child rights made him co-write co-authored two storybooks on it. Moreover, he also produced and directed a documentary film, Drama-in-Education: Taking Gandhi Out of the Textbook.
  • He was the assistant director of the play ‘Kishan Vs Kanhaiya,’ which was an adaptation of his father’s film, OMG (Oh My God).

  • He made his first Bollywood appearance in the film, Ferrari Ki Sawaari (2012), starring Sharman Joshi and Boman Irani.
  • He considers ‘Khel’ (1992) and ‘Tamanna’ (1998) as the favourite films of his father, Paresh Rawal.

    Paresh Rawal In Tamanna

    Paresh Rawal In Tamanna

  • His biggest playwright inspirations are Mahabharata and William Shakespeare’s Richard III.

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