Sharda graduated from Lasalle College of the Arts with a B.A in Acting. She has acted for a range of local theatre companies in Singapore such as Wild Rice, Cake Theatrical Productions, The Necessary Stage and Singapore Repertory Theatre.
Sharda runs her own theatre and education company, Pink Gajah Theatre which she founded in 2013. In 2018, she started to venture into issue based works which lead her company to be involved in mental health awareness. She performed and co-created a piece with Noorlinah Mohamed, called ‘8 ways of touching’ for the Enable Asia Festival, a festival about the awareness of Dementia. The piece of work was later brought to Ngee Ann Poly, where Sharda hopes the work can travel to more students to bring awareness on Dementia.
Pink Gajah Theatre also collaborated with Pantheon Media to produce a mental Health Awareness skit, written by Wisely Chow called, “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me” for the NCSS Beyond the Label Campaign. By Feb 2019, The skit would have toured to 22 institutions. Sharda is very passionate about promoting mental health awareness and the benefits of creating a more aware and informed society against the stigmas of mental health issues and conditions.