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1 November 1994
Madayi, Kannur, India
Shravan Satya is an Indian actor, parkour freerunning coach, celebrity action and movement trainer and stunt director, who works in Malayalam films.
Early and personal life
Shravan Satya hails from Pazhayangadi, in Madayi panchayat, Kannur district in Kerala, as the son of Madhu and Radha. He is a B.Sc. graduate from IHRD College, Kozhikode.
Shravan Satya is a parkour trainer who has made significant contributions to the discipline in India. His journey began in 2006 when he was inspired by the movie District 13, which showcased the art of parkour. This cinematic experience fueled his passion for the sport and motivated him to start his own training. As a self-taught practitioner, Shravan relied on online resources, including YouTube and internet tutorials, to learn and develop his skills.
In 2010, Shravan founded a parkour team called "Brink Impulse", with its base located on Calicut Beach. The team quickly gained recognition for its dedication and commitment to parkour training. In 2014, Brink Impulse achieved a major milestone by obtaining affiliation from the prestigious "World Freerunning Parkour Federation"(WFPF). This recognition made Brink Impulse the first WFPF-affiliated parkour team in Kerala, further solidifying their status as a leading force in the parkour community.
Shravan actively promoted parkour throughout Kerala by organizing classes, workshops, camps, and jams. These initiatives provided individuals of all ages and skill levels with opportunities to engage with the sport and learn from Shravan's expertise. His efforts played a pivotal role in expanding the parkour community and raising awareness about the discipline across the region.
With over a decade of experience as a parkour trainer, Shravan has honed his skills and expertise in the discipline. He started celebrity training by working with renowned actors, including Pranav Mohanlal for the movie "Aadhi"(2018) and actors for the film "Kaly"(2018). His expertise in parkour added authenticity and dynamic elements to their performances, showcasing the versatility and practicality of the discipline in different contexts.
In addition to parkour, Shravan has trained in various martial arts disciplines such as Karate, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), and Yoga.
Later on, Shravan changed the name of his team from "Brink Impulse" to "Aepiens" in 2020. Additionally, he ventured into stunt work in movies, utilizing his parkour and martial arts skills to contribute to the action sequences and enhance the cinematic experience.
Shravan's foray into the film industry began in 2016 when he was selected as a junior artist by actor Soubin Shahir during a visit to the set of the movie Parava. This opportunity exposed him to the industry and sparked his interest. He went on to audition for and secure a role as a parkour trainer and stunt double for actors in the movie Kaly. His skills and dedication caught the attention of industry professionals, leading to his involvement as both a trainer and actor in the movie Aadhi, which marked his acting debut and garnered him significant recognition.
Following his success in the film industry, Shravan delved into stunt direction and expanded his role as a stunt trainer for actors. To date, he has trained over 50 actors, including notable names such as Siju Wilson, Sudev Nair, Lukman Avaran, and many others. Shravan made his debut as a stunt director in the film Aviyal.
|2017||Parava||Soubin's dance team member||Malayalam||Uncredited role|
|2019||Sakala kalashala||Bank robber|
|2023||Kuruva team member|
|TBA||Bengali labour||Post production|
As stunt director
|2022||Beyond 7 seas|
|2023||Section 306 IPC|
|TBA||Oru ronaldo chithram|
|Kaly||Trainer and stunt double|
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