Rohan Murty is the son of the founder of Infosys, Narayana Murthy. He is an Indian secretary and Technical officer at junior fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows.
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Rohan Murty Biography
|ROHAN NARAYAN MURTY
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|IN CENTIMETER – 170 CM
IN METER – 1.7 M
IN FEET & INCHES – 5’7”
|IN KILOGRAM – 70 KGS
IN POUNDS – 154 LBS
|Date of Birth
|36 Years Old
Rohan Murty Home, Education, School, Religion
|BANGALORE (OR BENGALURU), KARNATAKA
|BISHOP COTTON BOY’S SCHOOL
|CORNELL UNIVERSITY, ITHACA, NEWYORK HARVARD UNIVERSITY, BOSTON
|GRADUATION AND PHD IN COMPUTER SCIENCE
Rohan Murty Debut Movies, Acting Career and Achievement
Rohan Murty Family and Relatives
Rohan Murty Boyfriends, Husband, Affairs, Marital Status
|In 2011, Rohan Murty married Lakshmi Venu
Later in December 2019, he married Aparna Krishnan
Rohan Murty Net Worth, Cars, Salary
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Rohan Murty Favorite Things
|READING BOOKS, DANCING, TRAVELLING
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