Apoorv Singh Karki Wiki, Height, Age, Girlfriend, Wife, Family, Biography & More

Apoorv Singh Karki

Apoorv Singh Karki is an Indian actor and creative director. As of 2021, he is associated with The Viral Fever and The Timeliners.

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Wiki/Biography

Apoorv Singh Karki was born on Tuesday, 1 November 1988 (age 32 years; as of 2021) in Nanital, Uttarakhand. His zodiac sign is Scorpio. He completed his high school education at Nanital’s St. Josephs College (1997-2005) and went to Noida’s Ryan International School to pursue his senior secondary education (2005-2007). He then did a Diploma in Autodesk 3Ds Max from FrameBoxx, Noida (2007-2008). Thereafter, he pursued a certificate course in Advance Animation, Direction, Script to Screen Process, and Production Pipeline from Noida’s Reliance Big Animation (2010-2011). He then enrolled himself in Noida’s Birla Institute of Technology to pursue B.Sc. in Animation and Multimedia (2007-2011). [1]LinkedIn

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 7″

Hair Colour: Black

Eye Colour: Black

Apoorv Singh Karki

Family

Not much is known about his parents. He has a younger brother, Ankit Karki.

Apoorv Singh Kirki with his father and brother

Apoorv Singh Kirki with his father and brother

Apoorv Singh Karki and his brother

Apoorv Singh Karki and his brother

Apoorv is married. There is no information available about his wife.

Apoorv Singh Karki and his wife

Apoorv Singh Karki and his wife

Career

Apoorv started his career in 2008 by training officials on Autodesk 3Ds Max at Doordarshan, New Delhi. He trained them on topics like modelling, texturing, lighting, animation, and dynamics. He worked there for around a year and then joined Reliance BIG AIMS, Pune as a writer and director on the live-action short film “Khalish” (2011). The film was awarded the CG Tantra Community Award 2011 for “Best Live-Action Short Film.”

Khalish poster

In 2011, he worked as a cinematographer under the director Chandrakant and covered the Anna Hazare mission for a Documentary on Anna Hazare’s anti-corruption movement. In the same year, he joined Redmat Reves Films Pvt. Ltd. as First Assistant Director and worked on the feature film “With love, Delhi!” (2011).

With love, Delhi! poster

Subsequently, Apoorv worked as an assistant producer under Mike H.C.Pandey on the TV series “Earth Matters” (2012). He then assisted as a director for the short film “God Knows” (2012). In July 2012, Apoorv joined Gravity Motion Pictures Pvt. Ltd. and worked as an assistant director for the Bollywood films “Aatma” (2013) and “Akaash Vani” (2013). He also worked as a creative director for the Bollywood films “Ajab Gazabb Love” (2012), “OMG – Oh My God!” (2012), and “Krrish 3” (2013).

Apoorv Singh Karki working as a creative director

Apoorv Singh Karki working as a creative director

In 2014, Apoorv joined The Viral Fever as an associate creative director and worked on the TV mini-series “Change Aayega Hum Layenge.” He was then promoted to creative director and worked on projects like “The Aam Aadmi Family” (2016), “Engineering Girls” (2018), “College Romance” (2018), “Flames” (2018-2019), and “Aspirants” (2021).

Apoorv Singh Karki with TVF team

He is also the creative head of The Timeliners since 2016.

The Timeliners

Favourite Things

  • Sport: Cricket
  • Cricketer: Sourav Ganguly
  • TV Show: How I Met Your Mother (2005)

Facts/Trivia

  • Apoorv loves travelling and reading books in his leisure time.
  • He is an avid animal lover and has a pet dog, Marley.
    Apoorv Singh Karki with his wife and pet dog

    Apoorv Singh Karki with his wife and pet dog

  • His friends and family fondly call him Appu. [3]Facebook
  • In an interview, talking about his show “The Aam Aadmi Family” (2016), Apoorv said,

    TV shows for me have ruined the concept of family. In midst of all that, we (team of ‘The Aam Aadmi Family’) wanted to present a show with positive emotions and no plotting. The small things in life and how family is emotionally attached… we wanted to show that.”

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