Bhuvnesh Shetty is an Indian actor and a daily soap fame. Bhuvnesh is known for his contribution in The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2011) where he played the role of Muriel’s physiotherapist.

Bhuvnesh has played many strong character roles in the films Nirvana, Outsourced, Cycle kick, Mumbai Meri Jaan. Bhuvnesh made his prominent debut in the Bollywood with the movie Outsourced in 2006 where he played the role of Manmeet.

Bhuvnesh paved his way into the daily soap with the two serials in his bag Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke and Kaatrukkenna Veli. It’s only a decade since Bhuvnesh made his debut in the film industry and people expect him to reach new heights in his career in the coming years.

Nakul Vaid Hindi Actor

Nakul Vaid

Nakul Vaid is a film actor from India. He started his journey in acting with a small role in the Bollywood drama film, Baghban and bagged the role of Rahul. In year 2002, he also acted in films like Samvedna and Vadh. He later appeared in the Hindi crime film, Ab Tak Chhappan under the direction of Shimit Amin which stars Nana Patekar in 2004. The two worked together again in the Hindi film, Yatra in 2006. Hoever, this film did not make a weekend at the box office. He was also seen in the film, ‘With Love Tumhara’ opposite with Preeti Jhangiani. Nakul was also part of the Hindi sports drama film, ‘Chak De! India’ under the direction of Shimit Amin again. The film made it to the box office and he played the role of Rakesh. In 2008, Nakul was part of the Bollywood comedy film, ‘Rama Rama Kya Hai Dramaa?’ which was produced by Surendra Bhatia. But this film received negative responses upon the release. In 2009, he played his first main lead role as Mohandas in the Hindi drama film, Mohandas which is based on the story of Uday Prakash. His character portrays the life of a poor villager who studies well in spite of his economic issues. Subsequently, Nakul became part of the films Happi and The Lunchbox from which he played as Rajeev, opposite with Nimrat Kaur. In 2012, he was roped in to do a role in the film, Ekhon Nedekha Nodir Xhipare under the production of the National Film Development Corporation of India. The film is in Assamese and Hindi languages which stars Sanjay Suri and Bidita Bag. Nakul played as Jyotiraj, the brother of Bidita’s character. He was also seen in the Indo-Chinese film, The Desire by R. Sarath. He played a prominent role in this film along with Jaya Prada, Sheetal Menon, Vikram Gokhale and more. Besides doing films, he also acted in Sony TV’s youth drama show, Challenge and in the crime series, Rihaee from the same channel. Prior to this, he was also seen in the 1998 series, Sukanya. Nakul also worked as an Assistant Director while he was in class 12 in the film, Raja. But he said he only did it so he can familiarize himself to the film industry functions. Nakul loves to play football and cricket so he always wanted to do a sports film. He also likes to perform as a young dude who will romance Bollywood actresses.

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Abhimanyu Singh

Abhimanyu Singh is a popular Indian film and television actor who works extensively in the Bollywood industry. He was born in Patna, Bihar, India, and later moved to Delhi to attend college. He worked in some school dramas during college, until one day, he moved to Mumbai to pursue his acting career. The first two months of his stay in Mumbai was really tough for the actor, since he couldn’t get any decent roles and had to wait for the producers for long hours just to cast him in any good films. He took his chances and decided to do theatre. He joined the group, Ansh, headed by Makarand Deshpande, who became his acting guru. One day, he got a call from his co-actor, Manoj Bajpai, and told him that he will be casted in the Hindi supernatural thriller film, ‘Aks’, which stars Amitabh Bachchan in 2001. This film became his debut film as an actor. Later, he started doing films like ‘Lakshya’, in 2004, along with Konte Kurrallu, ‘Dhol’, and It’s Breaking News, in 2007. In 2008, he did the film, ‘Jannat’, but these films did nothing for his career. He earned popularity after donning the role of Rananjay Singh ‘Ransa’, a prince who neglected the beliefs of his father in the political crime drama film, ‘Gulaal’. His performance received positive responses and he also earned nomination for Best Supporting Actor at the IIFA Awards. He also got the Best Breakthrough Performance at the Stardust Awards. He has done films like Rakta Charitra, Accident on Hill Road, and The Film Emotional Atyachar. Later, he did more films, which helped him in becoming a more established actor.  In 2013, he played the role of Meghji, the brother of Ram (played by Ranveer Singh), and the head of Rajadi, in the box office romantic drama film, Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela. He was starred as Chillam Pehlwan in the Bollywood film, Global Baba. This film, which was released in December 2014, is all about the life of Chillam who has a criminal background, but became a self-proclaimed baba. He has thousands of devotees who come to him and believe that he can do something for all of them. In 1999, he bagged a role in one of the episodes of the television series, Star Bestsellers, opposite Farooque Shaikh. In 2012, he was starred in the television drama series, Upanishad Ganga, where he played 33 different characters such as Lord Krishna, Narendra, Lord Indra, Sutradhar and more. He got married to actress, Sargam Singh, in 2008, and they have been blessed with two kids namely, Zulu and Amelie.

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