Chhaya Vora (Actress) Wiki, Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Affair, Husband, Family and More
Chhaya Vora is a well-known Indian film, television and theatre actress. She is the daughter-in-law of famous Gujarati instrumentalist Vinayak Vora. She was appeared in several television shows like Sajan Re Phir Jhoot Mat Bolo, Shubharambh and Kya Haal, Mr. Paanchal. Chhaya was also featured in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film Gangubai Kathiawadi as Gangubai’s mother.
|Date of Birth||12 November|
|Birth Place||Gujarat, India|
|Home Town||Gujarat, India|
|Family||Mother : Not Available|
Father : Not Available
Husband : Uttank Vora
Son : Uroovaak Vora
Birth & Family
Chhaya Vora was born on 12 November in Gujarat, India. Chhaya gave birth to her son Uroovaak who is a music composer by profession and got married to Nishika Arolkar.
Chhaya got popularity with her role of Sarita Ben in 2018 movie Mijaaj. The story revolves around Jay, Jhanvi, and Yogesh who come to the aid of Sarita Ben, an old lady who owns a heritage property. An MNC joins hands with a local goon to evacuate the place but the three youngsters fight against these powerful people.
She was also a part of 2018 movie Mitron directed by Nitin Kakkar starring Jackky Bhagnani and played a role of Jay’s mother.
She then appeared in a Gujarati film Chitkar as Sumitra. This is a story of a dedicated doctor Markand Shah, who puts everything at stake to cure his patient Ratna who is battling with mental illness. Chhaya was also a part of various Gujarati movies like Sharato Lagu, 2019 film Kachindo, Radha Rani: Mumbai Na Shethani which story revolves on two cousins, Radha and Nandita and the superhit comedy film Pappu Pass Thai Gayo.
She was also appeared in various television shows like, Sajan Re Phir Jhoot Mat Bolo as Inspector Indu Rane, Shubharambh as Kirtida aka Moti Mummy and Kya Haal, Mr. Paanchal as Pari’s mother.
Her biggest project was working in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film Gangubai Kathiawadi as Gangubai’s mother starring Alia Bhatt, Shantanu Maheshwari and Ajay Devgn.
Chhaya Vora is married to Uttank Vora, a music composer best known for composing the title track for popular TV show, Sarabhai Vs Sarabhai on 13 December 1994.
Height : 5′ 5″ Feet
Weight : 65 Kg
Eye Colour : Black
Hair Colour : Black
- Chhaya has written lyrics for 2006 Priyadarshan’s Malamaal Weekly and several T-Series songs like Gujarati version of Sunn Raha Hain Na Tu.
- During Covid-19 pandemic when everyone was feeling low and helpless, Chhaya took charge of entertaining everyone with her self created memes.
- Chhaya ‘s father in law was a renowned instrumentalist Vinayak Vora and his son (Chhaya’s husband) kept his legacy intact.
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