https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=25&v=Eu6Orp5MwuI Pulse (TV Series) Tanya Kalchuri - Episode #1.8 (2017) ... Tanya Kalchuri - Episode #1.7 (2017) ... Tanya Kalchuri - Episode #1.6 (2017) ... Tanya Kalchuri - Episode #1.5 (2017) ... Tanya Kalchuri - Episode #1.4 (2017) ... Tanya Kalchuri Pallavi Sharda is an international film and theatre actress and dancer. She knew even as a child that the stage and screen were her calling. She was inducted into the classical Indian dance form of Bharatha Natyam when she was just three years old in her home town of Melbourne, Australia. Thus began her unwavering commitment to the practice and propagation of classical, folk and contemporary Indian dance. By the time she was a teenager, Pallavi had given over 100 stage performances. She attained an academic scholarship to Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar School in Melbourne and completing high school in five years. Pallavi commenced her triple degrees of Law, Media & Communications and French at the prestigious University of Melbourne when she was sixteen years old. After shifting base to Mumbai to realize her child hood dream of becoming a Bollywood actress, Pallavi commenced the tough task of breaking into Bollywood from the 'outside'. She featured in a number of feature films and leading in a number of theatre productions, but her breakthrough role came in 'Besharam', a mainstream Bollywood film in which she starred opposite Ranbir Kapoor. In her next Bollywood film 'Hawaizaada', she played a courtesan dancer of 1890s Bombay, a role which garnered her extensive critical appreciation. Pallavi played the female lead in Australian cricketing comedy 'Save Your Legs' alongside Stephen Curry, Brendan Cowell and David Lyons, making her the first ever mainstream Australian actress of Indian origin to hit Aussie screens. Pallavi is an advocate for inter-cultural relations between India and Australia and is on the board of a number of NGO's in India, pertaining to women's rights and education.