Tanvi Sarma, a popular name in the Assamese film industry is a famous dancer and actor who’s beauty, acting talent and terrific dancing skill makes her a thespian queen currently.
Talented since a tender age!
Born in Guwahati city, her love for dance began from her childhood when she used to dance to the songs played on the radio or television since the age of 3. Seeing that, her mother took her to the dance maestro, Indira PP Bora to learn Bharat Natyam.
Tanvi has done her schooling from MVM Silpukhuri and Degree from Ignou. Her father Lt. Hiran Chandra Sharma was an executive engineer and her mother Mrs. Nirmali Sharma works at the department of agriculture as a cartography assistant.
Dance is her addiction
Dance is like an addiction to her. After Bharat Natyam she learned Sattriya dance, western dance, folk dance, salsa and many other dance forms. And she is still keen on learning new forms.
Since the tender age of 15 she has been touring different parts of India as well as the world for her dance shows.
She has been to London, Scotland, Bangkok, Vietnam as well as Singapore and Dhaka to deliver her dancing performances organized by E.Z.C.C, N.Z.C.C, W.Z.C.C, Tourism and Indian Chamber of Commerce.
Award Winner and Blissful Acting Showcased
The danseuse ventured into the world of theatre and films and performed with great credit bagging the best supporting actress award in the 5th Rodali State Awards in 2009.
Among the noteworthy films that she has acted in are Munna Ahmed’s Osin Sinaki and late Bidyut Chakravorty’s Dwaar (The Voyage Out).
She has even acted in quite a few hit VCDs including
- ‘Ki naam Di matim’,
- ‘Junbai’ etc.
She has also acted in lots of music videos in regional languages like bhojpuri, nepali, bodo, rabha.
Bestows importance on Assam’s ‘Satriya’ dance
Tanvi emphasizes the importance of Satriya dance saying that every school in Assam should incorporate Sattriya dance as a part of their co-curriculum.
She states that everyone must know about the history and facts of the form, its origin and how Srimanta Sankardeva brought a revolution in our culture.
Secret of her fitness
Staying fit is no more an option for a dancer. And Tanvi gets it right by her workouts at the gym!
Reverences her mother
This Assamese lady looks upto her mother for her inspiration as she stood with her through thick and thin. She thanks her stars that her parents always kept her dreams and desires over and above anything by supporting and encouraging to work honestly and sincerely.
Tanvi loves travelling and it is her second favourite hobby after dancing.
She considers herself lucky as her husband also is a travel freak just like her. By the way she loves pet too!
Her latest Feature Video
Recently, Tanvi along side Kankana Goswami featured in a brilliant dance cover on the beautiful composition of ‘Namami Brahmaputra’ by Papon.
We believe, these 8 points will not describe the myriad of talents Tanvi Sharma has imbibed in her. VOGA including the people of Assam looks up to you for much more!