Karnesh Sharma was born in Ayodhya in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. He is an Indian Film Producer who known for his work in Bollywood films.
Karnesh Sharma is a hidden name in the Bollywood mainstream. No one really knows his own identity other than being a brother to the famous Bollywood Actress Anushka Sharma. He is from Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. He has had a much-disciplined childhood as his father was a Colonel in the Army.
In his initial days, he was also the State level Ranji Player in the under-19 cricket team and was planning to handle it full time until the time when he finally joined Merchant Navy. His mother is a housewife though but his sister went on to make a big name in the Bollywood.
He along with his sister turned into a producer for the critically acclaimed movie NH-10. The movie was a hit amongst the youth as well as the critics who loved the script and the extra amazing acting skills presented by everyone especially Anushka Sharma. They later went on to also produce the latest movie Phillauri under their production house Clean Slate Films. The only brother-sister production house that exists in Bollywood is Karnesh and Anushka. Anushka is an established actress now in Bollywood and currently dates Virat Kohli. She has given some amazing performances in movies like Band, Bajaa, Baraat, Jab Tak Hai Jaan and many such movies. NH10 has been the greatest achievement of her career as an actor and as a producer.
Anushka has always been fond of while talking about Karnesh in interviews. His inspiration to being a producer from being in Merchant Navy follows the fact that for them the only element of entertainment has only been movies and therefore he took up a step to become a part of it. He has always been an ardent fan of Hollywood movies like True Lies, Rambo, etc. In the year 2014, he joined Yash Raj Films exposing himself to gain production perspectives.
Now, to say more Karnesh is also coming up with a web series and also a big-budget movie.
Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma is her sister.
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