There was time when many of the serials used to rule Indian television . The mastermind behind all of these serials is Bobby Bhonsle.

Actor-turned-script writer Bobby Bhonsle has been in the industry for more than over 16 years. He worked with Ekta Kapoor Ekta Kapoor; a legendry producer in Indian TV and >> Read More... Ekta Kapoor for more than ten serials. He feels that his parents were not supportive when wanted to become an actor. But God always took his side.

When he started his acting career, he was the luckiest person in Bollywood to get a kick start with the mega superstar Amitabh Bachchan Amitabh Bachchan was conceived on October 11, 1942 >> Read More... Amitabh Bachchan in Major Saab Click to look into! >> Read More... Major Saab , which was shot at Khadakwasla in Pune. He was again lucky to work for Madhuri Dixit Madhuri Dixit is not just known as the also a smil >> Read More... Madhuri Dixit and Prabhudeva.He made into a talent management company and did casting for Que Sera song that was filmed for the movie Pukar.

After this, he started writing his first story "Kahin To Hoga", which was an instant hit. He always wanted to help young boys who are struggling to become an actor. He got into casting and opened his own management company and helped many young faces. He is still active and wants to work more for the Indian cinema.

Bob Christo Hindi Actor

Bob Christo

Bob Christo, born as Robert John Christo, was a civil engineer and actor in Hindi films. He made his debut in the year 1980 with Sanjay Khan’s film Abdullah. In his career span, he acted in over 200 films. Bob Christo was born in Sydney and came to Mumbai for a work permit, but fate had something else in store for him. It was during this visit that he got a chance to meet Parveen Babi, who went on to introduce him to Hindi films. His stunning looks led him to model assignments, and he thus got a chance to travel all around the world and came to Mumbai only to meet Parveen Babi. Due to his bald headed look and physique, he played similar roles throughout his career, either that of a British army officer or that of an antagonist. He appeared in some hit movies by the superstar Amitabh Bachchan and surprisingly, he was the one who first said the dialogue, ‘Hum jaha khade hote hain, line wahin se shuru hoti hai’ in the movie. He has also acted in Hindi serials like The Sword of Tipu Sultan and The Great Maratha. He is most remembered for his roles in Namak Halaal, Kaalia, Agneepath, Mr. India, Qurbaani, Roop Ki Rani Choron Ka Raja. In the year 2000, he shifted to Bangalore and became he director of a fitness center there. He faded away from the movie industry in the year 2003. This legendary actor passed away on 20 March 2011, due to a rupture of his left ventricle. He has two sons Darius and Sunil, with his wife, Nargis and two daughters Monique and Nicole from a previous marriage. His contribution to the Hindi film industry is immense, and he will surely never be forgotten.


Bobby Khanna

Bobby Khanna is a Bollywood film and television actor, who is most remembered for his role in Mansoor Khan’s sports drama, Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar, released in 1992. The film became a superhit at the box office, and went on to win the Filmfare Award for the Best Film and Best Editing. The film also got remade into various regional languages. In 1993, he appeared in a minor role in Ashutosh Gowariker's directorial debut, Pehla Nasha. The movie was a Hindi remake of the Hollywood film, Body Double, released in 1984. The film received negative reviews on its release and bombed at the box office. After a long break, he appeared in Rajkumar Santoshi’s 2008 drama, Halla Bol. The film took inspiration from the Jessica Lal murder case, the RTI act, and the Narmada Bachao Andolan. Critics gave the film mixed reviews. In 2010, Khanna appeared in Milind Ukey’s, ‘Paathshaala’. The film depicted the shortcomings of the Indian education system, and was inspired by Ukey’s Marathi film, ‘Shaala’. The film had a pretty good opening at the box office, but soon slowed down and was declared ‘below average’. Presently, Khanna appears as Leena Jumani’s father and Shabbir Ahluwalia’s father-in-law in Zee TV’s soap opera, Kumkum Bhagya. The series takes slight inspiration from Jane Austen’s novel, Sense and Sensibility. At the 21st Lions Gold Awards, the series won the Best Television Fiction Show Award, and has been rated as one of the most watched TV shows in the country.

Bobby Khanna Hindi Actor