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Richa Moorjani is a mannequin, actress and dancer. She is greatest identified for her works in Mark on the Movies (2009 to 2015), Love Fool (2011), For Here or to Go? (2015). Richa additionally performed an outstanding position in Netflix sequence Never have I Ever directed by Mindy Kaling.

Richa Moorjani Biography

Name Richa Moorjani
Real Name Richa Shukla Moorjani
Nickname Richa
Profession Actress, Model and Dancer
Date of Birth 26 May
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Marital Status Married
Husband Rishi Gotrich
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Religion Hindu
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Hobbies Listening to Music and Dance
Birth Place Bay Area, California, United States
Hometown Bay Area, California, United States
Current City Los Angeles, California, United States
Nationality Indian-American

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Exciting details about Richa Moorjani

  • Richa was skilled in Indian classical dance Kathak. She was educated beneath Srimati Anuradha Nag (disciple of Pandit Birju Maharajji)

Movies List

  • Love Fool – 2011
  • For Here or to Go? – 2015
  • X: Past Is Present – 2015
  • Wolf (Short) – 2019
  • Invisible Brown Man (Short) – 2020
  • Hollyweird – 2020 (Samina)

TV Series

  • Mark on the Movies – 2011
  • Big Time Rush – 2012
  • The Mindy Project – 2012
  • Sullivan & Son – 2013
  • The New Yorker: Shorts & Murmurs – 2016
  • NCIS: Los Angeles – 2017
  • 9-1-1 – 2018
  • Never Have I Ever – 2020 (Role: Kamala)

Richa Moorjani Dance Videos

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I was blessed to have been put in Kathak dance classes 25 years ago because, aside from opening up the world of the arts to me at age 5, it also served as an anchor in connecting me to my roots and culture, growing up as a 1st generation South Asian in the 90’s in California. Once a week, I would be surrounded by other young brown girls also navigating their hyphenated identities in the Silicon Valley, while learning a craft that is ancient, pure and completely uninfluenced by the west. I never really thought about it back then, as it started out as an extra curricular activity, but those hours I spent in class, with the sounds of the Tabla and bare feet slapping the floor in a garage without a mirror, smelling of brass from the bells around my feet and the faint scent of the motherland from the salwar kameez I wore (which never lost their scent no matter how many times they were washed) – those days truly became instrumental in forming my bicultural identity and have shaped so much of who I am today. Kathak helped me to fall in love with my culture and also to cultivate many important skills and qualities that are integral to my career as an actress and performing artist today, like: discipline, perseverance, physical and emotional stamina, respect for art in its purest form, hard work, resilience of spirit, the ability to find validation from within rather than seeking it externally, and always being rooted in where I’m from and never forgetting that, no matter where I live or what I do. When I practice Kathak, it feels like home and a place where I can truly dissolve into creativity and my truest self. I lose all sense of time and my thoughts disappear, and I feel connected to a very divine space. I’m grateful to Kathak and to my guru Srimati Anuradha Nag (disciple of Pandit Birju Maharajji) for giving me the confidence, inspiration and platform to explore other avenues of creative expression and for leading me to becoming the actress/artist I am today. (Full video on IGTV) Song: @anoushkashankarofficial — @kathakfestival #whyikathak thanks for creating this beautiful community for all of us around the world! * * #kathak #dance #indianclassicaldance

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Had SO much fun teaching this Aishwarya routine at my last #BOLLYQUEENS class!!! I haven’t taught this style in a while, so I was really nervous, but ultimately I just had a great time Dancing it out with these AMAZING people who came out to class! 💕BIG thank you to @dustin.ripkens for including me as a teacher for the #danceforindia campaign (@generosity_org ) and to @101_dance_center for graciously offering the studio space as a donation to the cause!! FULL VIDEO- link in bio! * * Song: Crazy Kiya Re 🔥 Choreo: @richatheshuk Video: @kreativebeno Dancers: @richatheshuk @shalini_bathina @_amitdances * * * #crazykiyare #dhoom #dhoom2 #aishwaryarai #aishwaryaraibachchan #bollyshake @bollyshake @dancersofindia #dhoom3 #aishwarya #aishwaryaraifans #aishwaryadance #bollywood #bollywooddance #dance #choreography #indiandance #classicbollywood #throwbacksong #dancingwiththestars

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