Did you find yourself wondering about the supporting cast of Masaba Masaba? Who wouldn’t be curious about cool, beautiful people right? We did your homework and dug up some details about the folks who buzz around Masaba Gupta in the Netflix show.

Neil Bhoopalam

Neil Bhoopalam plays Masaba’s friend, who gets her sponsors for her fashion show. Bhoopalam is a known face in the English theatre circuit, having acted in countless plays including Nadir Khan’s A Few Good Men and Rajat Kapoor’s Hamlet: The Clown Prince. Bhoopalam started his Bollywood career with the film Mera Dil Leke Dekho and was seen as Varun in Amazon Prime’s Four More Shots Please (2019) and John Pereira in The Raiker Case (2020). Bhoopalam has also worked in films like No One Killed Jessica (2011), NH10 (2015), Shakuntala Devi (2020), Lust Stories (2018) and Shaitan (2011).

Smaran Sahu

Baahubali (2015) actor Smaran Sahu stood out in Masaba Masaba as the hunky artist Jogi. In the show, Gupta appears to have a crush on Sahu’s character. Before Masaba, the actor has seen in Channel V’s show Roomies (2009) and films like Afterward (2008). He will reportedly be in the television show Baahubali: Before the Beginning.

Rytasha Rathore

Born in Singapore, Rathore spent her early years between Singapore and India. A trained theatre artist  Rathore has acted in plays such as Rajat Kapoor’s As You Like It and Akash Khurana’s The Hound of the Baskervilles. She made a mark as the lead in the popular TV show Badho Bahu (2016-2018), has been seen in Rohan Sippy’s SideHero (2018), VICE India’s documentary Sex Rated: The Vice Guide to Sex in India (2018), and has been a part of FilterCopy and BuzzFeed’s short videos.

Satyadeep Mishra

Mishra played the role of Masaba’s husband Vinay in the series. The actor made his debut in Bollywood in 2011 with the film No One Killed Jessica (2011) and later was seen in films such as Chillar Party (2011), Ferrari Ki Sawaari (2012) and Bombay Velvet (2015). Mishra has been in several web series including Smoke (2018), Thinkistan (2019), Bhram (2019) and Out of Order (2020) and will be in the upcoming show Naxalbari (2020).

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