Sara Ali Khan to Amitabh Bachchan to Vidya Balan: 9 Bollywood actors who are highly educated
Here's a list of nine Bollywood actors who are highly educated; read on.
Education is of utmost importance for everyone. But over the years, we have seen several actors who left behind the path of education as they got a breakthrough in the world of fashion, modelling and films. But at the same time, several known actors completed their education and have higher professional degrees. Take a look.
Sara Ali Khan
Sara Ali Khan did her schooling from Besant Montessori School, Mumbai. She later went to Columbia University in New York to pursue history and political science.
Big B completed his graduation from the Sherwood College in Nainital. He has a two double major in Arts and Science from Kirori Mal College. He also has an honorary doctorate degree from the Queensland University in Australia.
She did her graduation from in Sociology from St Xavier's College and pursue a Master's degree from the University of Mumbai.
Dhawan has a degree in Business from the Nottingham Trent University, UK.
John did his college from Narsee Monjee college of Management Studies, from there he completed his degree in MBA. He did his schooling from Bombay Scottish School and went onto get a degree in Economics from Jai Hind College.
Shah Rukh Khan
SRK did his schooling from Columbia's School and then went to Hansraj College to pursue his graduation degree in Economics and then went to Jamia Milia Islamia to study Mass Communication, which he later dropped to try hands in acting.
Ayushmann has a Bachelor's degree in English literature from DAV college, Chandigarh. He also completed his Master's in Mass Communication Studies in Chandigarh.
Chopra holds a triple honours degree in Business Finance and Economics from Manchester Business School from the UK.
Soha Ali Khan
Soha Ali Khan holds a Bachelor's degree in Modern History from Balliol College, Oxford. She also has a Master's degree in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK.