Cyrus Broacha Wiki & Biography: Cyrus Broacha is a well-known personality in Indian theater and television, as well as a comedian, political satire, columnist, and podcaster. He is also an author. In addition, he is a prankster, and he is most known for his shows Bakra on MTV and The Week That Wasn’t on CNN-News18 (previously CNN-IBN), both of which he hosts. In the animated film Ramayana, he also gave the voiceover for the character of Angada. He will also be seen in the second season of Bigg Boss OTT 2.
When Broacha was 15 years old, he appeared in Naseeruddin Shah and Pankaj Parashar’s 1987 Hindi film Jalwa as an actor. The next year, under Pearl Padamsee, he performed in Brighton Beach Memoirs, his first professional production. He was acclaimed in the media as a young genius, and his acting career took off. He kept performing in plays.
TV Anchor, Theatre Personality, Comedian, Political Satirist, Columnist, Podcaster and Author
|Date Of Birth||7 August 1971|
|Birthplace||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Hometown||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|College/ University||St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai|
Government Law College, Mumbai, India
Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, New York
|Food Habit||Pizza, Chicken Curry, Fish Curry|
|Address||Mumbai, Maharashtra, India|
|Hobbies||Gymming, Travelling, Watching TV|
|Movies, Serials||Jalwa (1987), As an Anchor with MTV (1996)|
|Height (approx.)||5 feet 9 inch|
|Parents||Father: NA Mother: NA|
Cyrus Broacha Biography
Cyrus Broacha Life And Education
On August 7th, 1971, Broacha was brought into this world by a Parsi father and a Catholic mother. He made his acting debut in a school production of “The Emperor Has New Clothes” when he was just five years old. He won awards for both English and theater for his performances and writings that were published in the annual school magazine. The Cyrus family is originally from Baruch, which is located in Gujarat.
Cyrus Broacha Career
He made his acting debut at age 12 in the Naseeruddin Shah starring Jalwa (1987), playing Archana Puran Singh’s younger brother. He began acting at age 5 in a school production of “The Emperor’s New Clothes.”
He previously wrote for the school journal and participated in school plays.
When he performed Brighton Beach Memoirs, his first professional production, in 1988, under Pearl Padamsee’s direction, the press dubbed him a child prodigy. He held an RJ job while in college. His television programs Bakra on MTV and The Week That Wasn’t on CNN-IBN have earned him a reputation as a practical joker.
In the animated movie Ramayana, he provided the voiceover work for the character Angada. He has interviewed nearly every cricketer while hosting a number of cricket shows, including the well-liked “Chevrolet Cricket Show” on Ten Sports.
He has conducted practically all Bollywood celebrities’ interviews while working as an anchor for MTV.
Karl, Aaj Aur Kal, a semi-autobiographical comedy about celebrities, was published by him in 2010.
He oversaw the ‘Rock the Vote’ initiative in India in 2016 and represented MTV at the UNAIDS meeting in Hannover, Germany. Additionally, he has made appearances in Indian reality television programs including Jhalak Dikhlaja and Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi Level 3.
In addition to that, he presented shows and business events, all while continuing to pursue his lifelong passion for acting in over 20 performances of commercial theater.
The show called Bigg Boss OTT 2 will be premiered on Jio Cinema on June 17, 2023.