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Meet the Web Series Star Eisha Chopra

From performing on stage since the age of six to discovering her love for independent cinema and performance art in New York...get up close with actor Eisha Chopra

The digital world is arguably in its most-loved-yet phase right now, with various streaming platforms capturing the imagination of the audience like never before! This striking shift in the consumption of entertainment has not just birthed an unprecedented domination of the digi-landscape, with several addictive shows to boast, it has also led to the rise (and rise!) of a melange of web superstars!

In an ode to the changing trends, Cosmo gets talking to some of these new-age stars, on how they started out, their journey so far, and why this supremely-talented bunch needs to be on your watch list right now!  

Eisha Chopra
Last Seen In: Official Bhootiyagiri Season 3 (MX Player)


“I actually feel bad for actors, or anyone who wants to become an actor. Because, once you’ve taken a fancy to acting, you’re done for! It’ll never leave you and you’ll always be greedy for more. I’ve been performing on stage since I was six, but it wasn’t something I thought I’d do professionally. I studied design in Parsons School of Design, New York, and ended up discovering independent cinema and performance art there, instead. The pull was too strong, and I kept circling back to it. It was a rather intense journey of fear and self-loathing, to be honest. Every moment that I wasn’t pursuing acting, I felt like a failure, until I realised that the biggest failure was that I wasn’t committed to the pursuit. That’s when I moved to Mumbai, about five years ago...and the rest, as they say, is history! Human beings fascinate me, as do their stories. I think that’s why I act, and write. So if not this, I would have been a psychologist or an alternative therapist of some sort. Somebody once told me that I was like a plum—there’s a very thin, acerbic layer of wit, sarcasm, and opinions, but quickly beneath it, there is a highly emotional ball of sugar! That might be the best description I’ve heard of myself.”