Anand Suryavanshi was born on Dec 15. He did his schooling ‘Seventh-day Adventist High School’, Visakhapatnam. He went to ‘University of Mumbai’ for his graduation in ‘Economics’.
He started his career in TV industry with the hit serial ‘
Kasautii Zindagii Kay’, which was running on Star Plus. He worked in this serial between 2002 to 2003. In 2004, he appeared in ‘
Zameen Se Aassman Tak’ which was running on Sahara One. The next project, gave him a place and attention in the Silver screen. It was the TV Serial, ‘
Mamta’, ran on Zee TV, where he performed the role of ‘Akshay Srivastva’ from 2006 to 2007, became the milestone in his acting career. From 2007 to 2008, he appeared in two TV serials. He did the role of ‘Dhairya’ in the soap opera, titled, ‘
Virrudh’, which was broadcasted on Sony TV from March 2007 to Jan 2008. The other serial, which he did during this period, was ‘
Kya Dill Mein Hai’, where he performed the role of ‘Aniket’. This drama series was telecasted on 9X from Dec 2007 to Nov 2008.
When he appeared as ‘
Rishi’ in the TV series, named as ‘
Grihasti’, Anand got his foothold stronger than before. This family drama was broadcasted on ‘Star Plus’ from Feb 2008 to March 2009. The next role, he did, was for the TV serial, ‘
Bhagyavidhaata’, wherein he performed the role of an important character, a police officer ‘
Arjun’. The drama TV series, was telecasted on Colors TV from May 2009 to April 2011. From Nov 2010 to Aug 2011, he acted in a TV drama, titled as ‘
Yeh Ishq Haaye’. He did the role of ‘Ranbir Malhotra’ in the serial, which was aired on Star One. The last he was seen in the TV series, ‘Hum Ne Li Hai... Shapath’ as ‘Dr Dev’. This TV series was broadcasted on Life OK from Jan 2012 to July 2013. He did a few episodes of detective TV serial ‘
Krishna Arjun’ and a thriller ‘Rooh’ (Zee TV).
This down to earth and beefy actor has also debuted in a Bollywood movie, ‘Kisses Love Phillum Dosti-Truth Or Dare’ which was released during 2013. The movie didn’t make any ripple though, but the acting skills of Anand were much appreciated.