Samridhi Dewan is an Indian actor who is popular for playing the role of Pammi Goel in Hotstar’s The Office (2019). She is also known for appearing in the web series Stories by Rabindranath Tagore (2015) and Imperfect (2018).
Samridhi Dewan was born on 2 December, and she hails from New Delhi. Her zodiac sign is Sagittarius. She attended the Convent of Jesus & Mary, New Delhi. In 2010, she pursued a Bachelor Of Arts in English (Hons.) at Miranda House University Of Delhi. In 2013, after completing her graduation, she enrolled herself in a one-year course in theatre and performing arts at Drama School Mumbai. LinkedIn
Height (approx.): 5′ 5
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Black
Family & Ethnicity
In 2015, Samridhi Dewan made her digital debut with Netflix’s ‘Stories by Rabindranath Tagore’ in which she played the role of Kusum in the episode titled “Tyaag.” The episode showcased the story of a man who conceals the true caste of his orphaned niece, Kusum, so that she can marry Hemant, who belongs to a high-caste Brahmin family.
She appeared in Not Fit (2015), which is considered as India’s first mockumentary web-series, as Sana. She gained recognition in 2018 when she played the lead role of Isha Sanghvi in the web series ‘Imperfect,’ a quirky and humorous tale of an imperfect woman’s life while she chases her perfect dreams.
She rose to fame in 2019 when she played the role of Pammi Goel, the receptionist at The Wilkins Chawla Faridabad Branch, in Hotstar’s ‘The Office.’ Samridhi secured herself a nomination for the Flyx Filmfare OTT Award in the category of Best Actor In A Supporting Role Comedy (Female) for playing the role of Pammi Goel.
She played the role of Timsi in the web series A Married Woman (2021).
She made her film debut with Lucknow Central (2017) in which she played the role of Veera. In the film, she shared the screen with the popular Punjabi actor and singer Gippy Grewal.
- Samridhi is trained in jazz and contemporary dance forms.
- She grew an interest in acting during her school days when she started performing in the school plays and dance competitions. In an interview, she said,
I started performing when I was in school. I started dancing first, and then switched to school plays and at some point, I lived only for the inter-school drama or dance competitions.”
- While graduating, she was a member of The Ariels, the drama club of the Miranda House University Of Delhi. She worked in various theatrical productions of The Ariels like The Party, The Golden Door, Hide and Steal, and How to Stage a Murder.
- In 2018, she starred in Meat Puppet Company’s theatrical production, Kalpana Aur Uski (dost) Yonika, which was staged at Jyotsna Bhole Sabhagruha, Pune.