Arjun Fauzdar hails from a small town of Bharatpur, Rajasthan and currently switches between his homes in Mumbai and Delhi. Arjun was the winner of the NDTC Prime Videocon D2H Ticket to Bollywood (2014). This had got him a place in the Limca book of Records. He holds the Award of Appreciation and Citation Certificate by the Rajasthan Government. Arjun, at first, had started pursuing a BBA degree in Noida, but dropped out midway.
He realised that his passion for acting was just too deep rooted. He then turned to theatre, where he worked for over a decade in plays like Pushkin’s Last Poem, which was performed at St. Persburg and Moscow in Russia, and
performed at the Chennai Theatre Fest (2012). He has also performed as the lead in a 'Draupadi: we are so different now ' in multiple national and international cities, for the aid of breast cancer patients.
Arjun has starred in quite a few Hindi movies, including Miss Tanakpur Hazir Ho and Gurgaon. The latter, features Arjun essaying the role of Rajvir, a key character in the plot’s development. He has also featured in NH-8: Road to Nidhivan. Arjun has done ad campaigns for Idea 3G 900 and Team Swachh Bharat and web commercials for Dominos. Arjun has also been an important part of the India's first Broadway musical Zangoora: The Gypsy Prince, acting in over 1800 shows.
His web sketches, Lights Camera Arjun on YouTube and Facebook channel The comic wallah, grab a lot of eyeballs. He has also featured on the book cover for Penguin India. This phenomenal package was the front man in a Hindi rock music band, during his college days. He also enjoys mimicking and voice modulation. Arjun, whose latest film was Shanker Raman’s noir thriller, Gurgaon, says he was bitten by the acting bug in childhood.
His love for the art started when he first performed in a play on stage, in second grade. “I had a feeling of euphoria when everybody was watching me. Theatre per se wasn’t introduced that much during that time, but I started taking part in extracurricular activities,” says Arjun, who played the role of Rajvir in Gurgaon. Arjun feels that not many see the amount of effort involved in being an actor. It takes a lot of preservice to gain all the fame and fortune. It is a tad bit easier if you know the drill.
Arjun believes that he had the adaptive quality required to make a smooth transition from theatre to movies. Arjun views himself as a fun-loving guy.He loves being with people and making them laugh with his impeccable comic timing. He channelizes all his aggression in work. Industry folks describe him as a versatile and talented actor. Arjun is indeed an inspiration to all ordinary people with extraordinary dreams in the field of acting. What out for this young lad!