From Sonu Sood, Shahid Kapoor to Suniel Shetty, these film stars have read how much

Bollywood Celebs Education: It is believed that due to their film career, actors of Hindi cine world are not able to give importance to their studies as much as they should, but actors Sunil Shetty, Abhishek Bachchan, Shahid Kapoor and Sonu Sood are equally successful in studies as they have been in the film industry.

Sunil Shetty
Sunil Shetty, born on August 11, 1961, is one of the most successful actors in Hindi cinema. His film journey started with the film Balwan and after that he became a superstar of the industry by giving one after the other hit films. Suniel Shetty is not only expert in acting but has also topped in studies. Sunil holds a degree in Hotel Management from HR College, Mumbai.

Abhishek Bachchan
Abhishek Bachchan started his film career with the film Refugee. Abhishek was not as successful in the film industry as his father Amitabh Bachchan was. Although Abhishek is not second to anyone in terms of studies. He did his schooling from many schools and for higher studies he first went to Aegalon College in Switzerland. After that he started studying arts at Boston University but he could not complete his studies there and returned to Mumbai.

Shahid Kapoor 
Shahid Kapoor was born to actor Pankaj Kapur. Shahid made his debut in the film industry in 2003 with the film Ishq Vishk and soon he became a successful Bollywood actor. Shahid has proved his mettle in films like Udta Punjab, Haider and Jab We Met. Shahid studied in Delhi till the fourth grade and then went to Mumbai for further studies. He has completed his graduation from Mithibai College, Mumbai.

Sonu Sood
Actor Sonu Sood, known for his excellent personality and his charity, made his Bollywood debut in the year 2002 with Shaheed Azam. Sonu did his schooling from Moga, Punjab. Apart from that he has graduated in Electronics Engineering from Yashwantrao Chauhan College of Engineering  
Nagpur.

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