Pallavi has joined the cast of ITVs brand new period drama ‘Beecham House’, directed by Gurinder Chadha (Bend It Like Beckham, Viceroy’s House) opposite Tom Bateman.
Pallavi Sharda has been cast alongside Michael Chiklis, Teyonnah Parris, Luna Velez in CBS pilot 'Murder'. Written and created by Amanda Greene, directed by Anthony Hemingway and produced by Warner Bros and Palladin Pictures, the pilot shoots in New York City.
Pallavi essays a sex worker in rural Punjab during the time of partition of India and Pakistan as Gulabo in "Begum Jaan".
Pallavi joined the 'league of extraordinary women' in the cast of Begum Jaan, alongside Vidya Balan in the critically acclaimed story about 11 women - sex workers - protecting their home in the face of partition.
Pallavi debuted on Australian television with her portrayal of Dr Tanya Kalchuri in ABC's cutting edge medical drama 'Pulse'. Her performance garnered her an 'Australian Rising Star' award from the Casting Guild of Australia.
Pallavi's Hollywood debut comes in LION, directed by Garth Davis.
A survivalist drama set in the Hindu Kush mountains... Pallavi joins a stellar ensemble cast in this feature film, directed by Summer Nicks and produced by Xeitgeist Entertainment.
"Pallavi Sharda... is a revelation, doing an amalgamation of Paro and Chandramukhi from Devdas" - Subhash K Jha
"...the beauteous Pallavi Sharda lifts the film..." - Anupama Chopra
Sitara (Pallavi Sharda) in her element as she dances for Shivi (Ayushmann Khurrana), the shy inventor who steals her heart.
A love song composed by Ayushmann Khurrana incorporating lyrics penned by the famous poet Ghalib.
Sitara (Pallavi Sharda) giving inspiration to Shivi (Ayushmann Khurrana) when he is exasperated to find the missing link in building his aircraft.
A playful love song between Shivi and Sitara as he tries his best to woo the aloof courtesan dancer.
One of the biggest releases in India in its year, Pallavi starred alongside Ranbir, Rishi, and Neetu Kapoor in a rom com about a car thief. Directed by Abhinav Kashyap, it has achieved cult status, playing on Indian network television almost weekly!