Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari is an Indian filmmaker and author who is legendary for her movies like “Nil Battey Sannata” and “Bareilly Ki Barfi.”
Ashwiny Iyer was born on 15 October 1979 in Mulund, Mumbai. She studied at St Mary’s Convent and accomplished her greater training from SIES Faculty of Commerce and Economics. Later, she went on to attend an artwork faculty; nevertheless, she needed to persuade her mom for that.
Eye Color: Black
Hair Color: Black
Household, Caste & Husband
She was born in a Tamil Hindu Household. Her Mom’s title is Lakshmi Subramanium, who was the principal of S.M.P.R faculty in Mulund. She married to the writer-director, Nitesh Tiwari.
The couple has two kids, named Amaarisa and Aaradhya.
She labored on the promoting company Leo Burnett for 15 years. She stop Leo Burnett to pursue her dream in filmmaking. She made her directorial debut with the film “Nil Battey Sannata (2016)” that went internationally by the title “The New Classmate.”
She directed the Tamil remake of the identical film named “Amma Kanakku” in 2016. Her first quick movie was “What’s for Breakfast.” Probably the most profitable film that gained her a Filmfare was the 2017 romantic comedy “Bareilly Ki Barfi.”
- Dadasaheb Phalke Award for the quick movie “What’s for Breakfast” in 2012
- Finest Debut Director for the movie “Nil Battey Sannata” in 2017
- Finest Director for the movie “Bareilly Ki Barfi” in 2018
- Meals: Dahi Chawal, Pancakes, Bhutta, Sattu Roti, Truffles, Ippodu, Spaghetti, Sabudana Khichdi, Khandvi
- Film: Bicycle Thief, Dangal
- Track: Gazab Ka Hai Din Socho Zara
- Ashwiny is a gold medalist of business arts from Sophia Polytechnic, Mumbai.
- Working in an promoting company, she has gained a number of awards like Cannes Lions, New York pageant, One present, Promax, and the Goafest Awards.
- She was chosen as one of many “Highly effective Ladies in 2016” within the Femina Ballot.
- She was part of Grazia Ladies Achievers 2016.
- She considers herself a feminist to the core.
- Ashwiny often talks about how folks round her seek advice from her as “Sir” and never “Madam.” She says in a male-dominated society, folks can’t assume a lady so domineering like a person. That’s the reason folks seek advice from her as “Sir” and never Ma’am.
- In an Interview, she revealed that she was engaged on a novel based mostly on her life.