Aruna Shields life and biography

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Aruna Shields biography

Date of birth : -
Date of death : -
Birthplace : London, UK
Nationality : British
Category : Arts and Entertainment
Last modified : 2011-07-04
Credited as : Bollywood actress, Dhada, Mr Singh Mrs Mehta

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The beautiful British actress Aruna Shields, of Anglo Indian decent, begun her primary education at a convent school before achieving an academic scholarship to study at a UK boarding school. She later gained a distinction from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and also obtained a degree from Central St Martins, London. Aruna's passion lay in performance and while at a theatrical workshop she was spotted by an acting agent.
Her earlier work includes touring in theater for over a year. She also worked in various other leads in independent and feature films like the underwater film Live Bait shot at Pinewood studios and Mission Improbable (2007). The actress was also cast in the lead role of Saira, an innocent girl with a naughty side in the comedy, Private Moments (2005) also a dream girl in Ali G Indahouse (2002).

She was in two challenging leading roles out in cinemas 2010: the gritty lead role in feature film, Ao The Last Neanderthal (2010), an adventure based 30,000 years ago in a lost savage world. Shields impressed casting director Des Hamilton during rigorous workshops for the difficult part. In the action thriller Prince out in cinemas March 2010, she plays the tough espionage agent Maya who performs all her own stunts including bike bungee jumps and free falls.

Aruna is also dance choreographer, has experience as a belly dancer, as a flamenco dancer, and in dancing with snakes. In the year 2010 she was the number one most sought-after actress in Internet Queries originating from India.

International actor Aruna Shields covers all continents with her work.


Ali G Indahouse (2002)
Jesus the Curry King (2002)
Private Moments (2005)
Mission Improbable (2007)
Prince (2010)
Mr Singh Mrs Mehta (2010)
Ao, Le Dernier NĂ©andertal (2010)
Dhada (2011)

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