Shakti Mohan was born on the 12th October 1985, in New Delhi, India, and is an actress and a contemporary dancer, performing in various styles such as ballet and Bharatnatyam, a classical Indian dance. Through her career she has succeeded in winning “Dance India Dance”, a reality TV dance show, and to become a mentor in “Dance Plus”, plus being a judge on the international “Dance Singapore Dance” show. She also runs her own project Nritya Shakti, providing dance workshops around the world, besides being one of the finalists in “Jhalak Dikhla Jaa 7”.
Have you ever wondered how rich Shakti Mohan is, as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, her net worth has been estimated to be as high as $1 million, earned through her career of a contemporary dancer, active since 2009.
Shakti Mohan’s Net Worth $ Under Review
Shakti has three sisters, two of whom are also working in the entertainment industry – the oldest one, Neeti Mohan is a singer, while Mukti Mohan is involved in contemporary dance similar to Shakti – Shakti can be seen dancing in music videos along with her sisters on YouTube. She attended Birla Balika Vidyapeeth, an English public school located in Rajasthan. Despite her teenage dream to be an IAS officer, after completing her secondary education, she entered Miranda House, a women’s college at the University of Delhi. She later studied at St. Xavier’s College of the University of Mumbai, graduating with an MA in Political Science. Later pursuing a dancing career, Shakti entered the Terence Lewis Dance Institute, successfully completing a Diploma in Dance Foundation Course (DIDFC) in 2009.
Shakti made her debut in and won the second season of “Dance India Dance” in 2009, an Indian reality TV dance competition series on Zee, in which she revealed her unique style and talent. She then made an appearance starring in a lead role as Kria in the TV series “Dil Dosti Dance”, and was seen in “High School Musical 2” performing the song “All for One”. Her net worth was firmly established.
Besides her appearances in several films, Shakti worked as an assistant choreographer for “Dhoom 3”, the 2013 Indian thriller. She participated in “Jhalak Dikhla Jaa 7”, an adaptation of the “Strictly Come Dancing” show on BBC One, in which Shakti succeeded in reaching the top three contestants stage. Another experience was as a judge in “Dance Singapore Dance”, and as a mentor in three seasons of “Dance Plus”. After all the knowledge and experience acquired, Shakti came up with her own initiative – Nritya Shakti Studio located in Mumbai was founded as a space for dancers in 2011, with international workshops following the next year.
In 2012 Shakti collaborated on a BBC-sponsored dance project with Mohammed Fairouz, a young American composer described as an important new artistic voice. Shakti has launched a YouTube channel with dance video instructions, aimed at helping beginners. Recently Shakti also launched a clothing line for dancers.
When it comes to her personal life, Shakti seems to be busy enjoying her career – she’s still not married and apparently doesn’t have any boyfriends. Once she was rumoured to be having an affair with Kunwar Amar, an Indian dancer and actor, but that’s all.
|Full Name||Shakti Mohan|
|Date Of Birth||October 12, 1985|
|Place Of Birth||Delhi, India|
|Education||St. Xavier's College-Autonomous, Mumbai|
|Parents||Brijmohan Sharma, Kusum Mohan|
|Siblings||Mukti Mohan, Neeti Mohan, Kriti Mohan|
|Movies||Rowdy Rathore, Pareshaanpur|
|TV Shows||Dance India Dance, Dil Dosti Dance, Tees Maar Khan|
|Samrat & Co.||2014||Special Appearance|
|Rowdy Rathore||2012||segment "Aa Re Pritam"|
|Tees Maar Khan||2010|
|Boogie Woogie||2014||TV Series||Herself - Special Guest|
|Collaboration Culture||2012||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Zeetv Rishtey Awards 2010||2010||TV Special||Herself|
|Dance India Dance||2009-2010||TV Series||Herself|