Myra Vishwakarma (Pihu) Age, Family, Biography & More

Myra Vishwakarma

ProfessionChild Artist (Actress)
Physical Stats & More
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
DebutFilm (Child Artist): Pihu
Myra Vishwakarma's debut film Pihu
Personal Life
Date of Birth17 November 2012
Age (as in 2018)6 Years
BirthplaceNoida, Uttar Pradesh, India
Zodiac sign/Sun signScorpio
HometownAmbikapur, Chhattisgarh, India
SchoolDelhi Public School, Noida, Uttar Pradesh
Educational QualificationNursery
HobbiesSinging, Dancing
ParentsFather- Rohit Vishwakarma
Mother- Prerna Vishwakarma
Myra Vishwakarma's Parents
SiblingsBrother- 1 (Name Not Known)
Sister- None
Myra Vishwakarma's Family
Favourite Things
Favourite FoodChocolates
Favourite Actor(s)Salman Khan, Varun Dhawan [1]Quint
Favourite ActressAlia Bhatt [2]Quint

Myra Vishwakarma

Some Lesser Known Facts about Myra Vishwakarma

  • She belongs to a Vishwakarma family of Ambikapur, Chhattisgarh.

    Myra Vishwakarma in her Childhood

    Myra Vishwakarma’s infanthood photos

  • On 17 November 2013, her parents organised a grand party to celebrate her first birthday.
  • As in 2018, she is studying in Delhi Public School, Noida.

    Myra Vishwakarma while going to School

    Myra Vishwakarma while going to School

  • She started her acting career at the age of 2. As she was just 2 years old, it was very challenging for the filmmakers to get her act. For taking out the best expressions from Myra, the role of Myra’s on-screen parents was played by her real-life parents.
  • Before filmmaking, the director of the film, Vinod Kapri, had spent four months with the girl to observe her behaviour and to familiarise her with the crew members.
  • After hearing the story of the film, Pihu, no director was interested to invest in it. Then, Krishan Kumar invested ₹47 lakh for the movie. This budget was not enough for the film. After some time, Krishan Kumar passed away due to the heart attack.
  • The film, ‘Pihu’ won two awards at the 14th Trans-Saharan International Film Festival at Zagora in Morocco. The first one for “Best Feature Film in International Competition” category and the second one was for “Best Film People’s Choice Award.”
  • The writer and director of the film Pihu, Vinod Kapri, has been honoured with a National Award for his documentary film, “Can’t Take This Shit Anymore.”
  • In 2015, Vinod Kapri directed a film, “Miss Tanakpur Haazir Ho,” which was very much appreciated by critics.
  • In 2018, the film, “Pihu” was on the list of 27 Indian Films along with the film, “Village Rockstars,” which were nominated for the Oscar.
  • The same year, she became the youngest actor to feature in a solo film.
  • She didn’t give any audition for Piku; as Vinod Kapri saw her for the first time at a party and immediately decided to give her the lead role in the film.
  • The shooting of the film was completed within 40-45 days.