Ashwin Kaushal is a talented actor and writer too. He is most commonly known for movies Ghulam, Barsaat, and Ghulam-E-Mustafa. He started his career in 1995 and is working till now. Recently he is into a daily soap of Zee TV named as Tashan-e-Ishq. In fact, he has gained popularity in comedy series Goldie Ahuja Matric Pass. This comedy serial featured by Disney Channel made Ashwin famous by the name of Goldie. In 90s Ashwin worked in seven movies. His first movie was Kartvaya in 1995. In the same year, he gained fame in Barsaat. In the consecutive years, he worked in the movies namely Ghulam-e-Mustafa, Chandaal, Safari and Madam Don. Then after a gap of two years, he did his comeback with Mulaqaat in 2002.

His other contributions in the Bollywood are namely Rocky-The Rebel and Aatma in the year 2006, Don Muthuswami in 2008, and Qasam Se Qasam Se in 2012. The most recent ones are Dee Saturday Night and Two States in the year of 2014. Ashwin’s personality is adorable and perfect for making audience glued to the television. He is working in the serial Tashan-e-Ishq. His sense of dialogue delivery and amazing screenplay makes him more perfect in comedy. Apart from all the work he did the younger generation loves him the most for his serial on the Disney channel named as Goldie Ahuja Matric Pass. Goldie character has given him loads of fame and love of audience especially the children. His zeal to study even in his forties in the serial makes it too damn amazing.

It is not easy to act like a kid and wearing school uniform and doing all the childish mischieves, but Ashwin did all that with much ease, and that’s amazing. He deserves to be praised for his awesome performance.

Ashok Kumar - Old Hindi Actor

Ashok Kumar - Old

One would be at a loss, wondering where to start when writing about a film legend like Ashok Kumar. After all, he is considered to be one of Indian film industry’s greatest actors, who has performed as the romantic hero, antagonist as well as in various other shades of character roles with equal aplomb. Ashok Kumar really was witness to a very important evolutionary phase of the Indian film industry, and has spread across generations his genius as an actor. From very unpretentious beginnings, having been born as Kumudlal Ganguly in a Bengali family living outside Bengal, he seemed destined to take up a legal profession, having completed his law course from the prestigious Presidency College of Kolkata. But his heart was in the world of cinema, but strangely he did not want to be an actor, but thought of becoming a technician. He probably got interested in this line after hearing about film making techniques from his brother in law Sashadhar Mukherjee, who at that time was one of the big shots of the then famous production house, Bombay Talkies. It is he who made it possible for young Kumud to start working there as a laboratory assistant from the mid 1930s. Strangely, Kumud moved into acting purely as a coincidence. He was literally catapulted into the under production 1936 movie “Jeevan Naiya” which ran into trouble due to the elopement of the lead actor with the leading lady, Devika Rani, who also was the wife of Himanshu Rai, the director. More out of spite than any acting traits, Rai put Kumud in the lead role, re-christening him Ashok Kumar. The rest, as they say is history, with Ashok Kumar starring in a series of 10 films with leading lady Devika Rani for the remaining of the 1930s decade, with almost all of them becoming remarkable hits, making this screen pair one of the most popular ones of all times. Besides “Jeevan Naiya”, the more famous ones where they appeared were “Achhut Kanya” which immediately followed their first film and “Nirmala” in 1938. Moving out of the Devika Rani shadow, Ashok Kumar established his own credentials in subsequent movies like “Bandhan” and “Azad” both in 1940, starring with Leela Chitnis another leading lady of those days. But it was the 1943 movie “Kismet” which really broke all records at the box office, achieving the distinction of becoming the first Hindi movie to gross 1 crore. Ashok Kumar had established himself not only as most bankable leading actor of the period, but also through his “anti-hero” role in the film, demonstrated his versatility as an actor. The 1950s era, however, saw Ashok Kumar moving mostly into mature character roles, leaving the romantic hero’s slot to the trio of Dilip Kumar, Raj Kapoor and Dev Anand. Passing into the 1960s, he continued playing roles matching his age, shuttling between the roles of a judge in “Kanoon”, a freedom fighter in “Bandini” and that of a vicious zamindar in “Jawaab”. The notable films of his later years were the period film “Pakeezah” in 1972; the Manoj Kumar movie “Purab Aur Paschim” in 1970; the family comedy “Khoobsoorat” in 1980 and the adult comedy “Shaukeen” in 1982. Interestingly, like his younger brother Kishore Kumar, he too had started as a singing star, but gave up after a few films. Besides being the eldest of the Ganguly clan, he was widely regarded and loved in the industry for his amiable manners and humility, being referred to as Dadamoni (loving elder brother in Bengali). With his death in 2001, the industry really lost one of its steady stars who had spanned it for over 60 years.


Atul Kinagi

Actor Atul Kinagi is an Indian film actor known for his works predominantly in Hindi Cinema and Television. After two movies where he was given to play a brief and small role, he followed it up with TV serials where he is being given some meaningful roles with negative and positive shades. The actor also did many commercials in between movie roles that he got and accepted any kind of specimen of works in the industry so that it keep him busy. Making an entry in Bollywood is not an easy task that too who does not have any godfather. So after a period of unnoticed performances in his early career, he made his foray into TV serials and now has started getting recognition as an actor. He signed his first film ‘Jashnn’, where he had a supporting role to play. The film was directed by Raksha Mistry, but the film was a box-office disaster, and he went unrecognized. He started acting an early age in films. In TV series too, he had recently costarred with Nigaar Khan for a serial named ‘Main Naa Bhoolungi’. The actor played on-screen brother to Nigaar Khan and Garima Jain for this serial that was telecast on Sony TV. This serial was premiered on December 23, 2013, and ended on August 15, 2014. Currently, he has no assignments on his hand. He also has given a voice over for an animation film ‘Bird Idol’. He has appeared for a commercial advertisement for Vodafone. In the year 2009, he appeared for supporting role in film ‘Shaabash! You Can Do It’, which was directed by Shankar Mondal. That was his last Bollywood film. Right from his childhood, he had a passion for acting and wanted to get meaningful roles in TV or cinema. After his sabbatical from Bollywood, Atul Kinagi seemed determined to dispel any preconceived notions of him as an actor. He took on an array of challenging roles in TV serials now and gained recognition.

Atul Kinagi Hindi Actor