Adhir Bhatt is an Indian actor and a writer. He entered into the film industry in 2000, through an action drama film, ‘ Mission Kashmir’, directed by Vidhu Vinod Chopra. Adhir had a small role in the movie. Later, in 2008, he starred in a romantic drama movie, ‘ U Me Aur Hum’, directed by Ajay Devgan. Next he bagged a role in a movie called ‘Eklavya: The Royal Guard’, in 2007. In the same year, he worked in one more movies called ‘A decent Arrangement’.

Afterward, in 2013, he worked in a T.V. series called ‘24’. In this series, he worked alongside Anil Kapoor. In 2014, he starred in ‘ Humshakals’, which was directed by Sajid Khan. This movie was a big flop and couldn't make much box office collection. Adhir also pursued his career as a writer. He wrote a T.V. film Sunsilk real FM that was released in 2014.

He also wrote a T.V. series called Reality Stars, a drama comedy and satire. Adhir, along with Bobby Nagra, wrote a movie, ‘Sometimes’ that was released in 2015. This movie earned a 4.5-star rating. Adhir also had a role in this film. He also did a few ad films. He worked in an ad, promoting Tropicana, which is an American multinational company, which makes fruit-based beverages.

Abhinav Chaturvedi Hindi Actor

Abhinav Chaturvedi

Abhinav Chaturvedi was born in 1984. He is an Indian. His father’s name is Abhay Chaturvedi. His father was a journalist and cricket commentator. Abhinav Chaturvedi is an anchor, cricketer, director, actor, entertainer, Thailand's Brand Ambassador and master of ceremonies. He had done his graduation in History. He played a role as the captain of the Under-19 Cricket team of Delhi. He is also a member of the "Indian School Boys" cricket team. He has his own filmmaking company, “AV Networks Private Limited”. He is an actor famous for ‘Akanksha’ (1989), ‘Saudagar’ (1991), and ‘Suryavanshi’ (1992). He played the role of 'Nanhe' in 'Hum Log'. Hum Log was India's first soap, and it was directed by P. Kumar Vasudev and written by Manohar Shyam Joshi. Today, he may not play cricket anymore, but remains one of its ambassadors and more active head. His film work is unforgettable. With his decision, his Mumbai confidants, like director Subhash Ghai, were upset, as they felt a guy with his talent had everything to gain from tinsel town. Nevertheless, he stayed put and following a transient phase of indecision if not in action. He set up his company that focused on event management and making corporate films. He also did innovative radio and TV shows, like the immensely popular 'Lallan Bhaiya', on 98.3 Radio Mirchi. He made significant contributions in diverse capacities, such as teaching mass communication, conducting guest lectures at theater and film schools, hosting quiz shows or playing the Master Of Ceremonies for alleged National and International events. Under the coaching of Indian captain, Mr. Bishan Singh Bedi, he attended 3 Ranji Trophy camps. His fellows were Sanjay Manjrekar, Maninder Singh, L. Sivarama Krishnan, Navjot Singh Sidhu and Manoj Prabhakar, among others. But with this, he wanted to become a Test Cricketer. His father was a cricket commentator for Doordarshan. He learnt a lot from him. He grew up watching and playing hockey and cricket, while he taught at Modern School. A year before Hum Log happened, he was rejected by Doordarshan. Anupam is the son of Mr. Manohar Shyam Joshi, who suggested his name to his father. He called him for a demo, which he passed. His family encouraged him and they had no opposition from their side. However, his mother opposed his talent at first, but today, she celebrates his success. Abhinav has many glittering firsts to his credit, especially since he created his production and event management company. He’s still remembered for his portrayal of 'Nanhe.' Filmography of Abhinav Chaturvedi In ‘Baaz’ (1992), a photographer's life is turned upside down when one if his models is murdered. In ‘Suryavanshi’ (1992), he played the role of Ajit. In ‘Yodha’ (1991), Karan, a lawyer, and Suraj, a victim of fate, find themselves fighting for the same cause when they take on the anti-social elements to rid the society of its ills. He was also a part of the movie, ‘Saudagar’ (1991). In Jeevan Ek Sanghursh (1990), Karan, a thief, works for Dr. Devraj to help keep the evil, Don Rattan, from taking over the city. His life changes when he finds his family, who had disowned him when he was a child. ‘Akanksha’ (TV movie, 1989) is a Hindi movie starring Saeed Jaffrey, Abhinav Chaturvedi, Supriya Pathak, and Trilok Kapoor. The film was directed by Vijay Kapoor. In ‘Bhrashtachar’ (1989), journalist Bhavani intends to expose and bring to justice a corrupt politician who pretends to be a social worker. However, she soon finds herself trapped in a web of conspiracies. Parbat Ke Us Paar (1988), is a Hindi language romance film, which was directed by Raman Kumar.