Sukhesh Arora is an actor and theatremaker. He began his career in New Delhi with Barry John’s Theatre Action Group, and subsequently went on to study Physical Theatre at Royal Holloway College, London on a Charles Wallace Fellowship. His work as a performer on stage, television & film spans a wide range of genres. He acted in the highly acclaimed productions of Manto (Kishwar Ahluwalia), The Compleat Works of William Shakespeare (The Reduced Shakespeare Company), 4.48 Psychosis (Sarah Kane), Physician Inspite of Himself (Moliere), The Normal Heart (Larry Kramer), & The Imaginary Life of Dogs (Miguel Cervantes) among others. On screen, he acted in the indie films Perfect Day (Nishit Saran), The Game (Sid Kumar), Dreams in Paperwhite (Hynek Bures), Story of My Life (Priyaom Jha), and After The Third Bell (Ajay Govind). His most recent films include Mantra (Nicholas Kharkongor), Aligarh (Hansal Mehta), Tamasha (Imtiaz Ali) and Veere di Wedding (Shashank Ghosh). He lives in Berlin, Germany.