Jeet Goswami

Other names of Jeet Goswami: Jeet Goshwami

Jeet Goshwami is an Indian actor. He made his debut in Golden Boys in 2007, and the film didn’t impress well.

Later, in his next film Sanam Hum Aaapke Hain which released in 2009 and it’s retained his market names with an average collection.

The film gets Positive credits in the Industry. After, Several year’s again he made his comeback with the Baazre Husn in 2014. In, his career these three films play a great impact and also Jeet Goswami has been working on his forthcoming Project.

Jayant Kripalani Hindi Actor

Jayant Kripalani

Jayant Kripalani is a prominent Indian stage, film and television actor. He is also a renowned writer, filmmaker and trainer. He received his degree in English Literature at Jadavpur University. His father runs a laundry business in Calcutta. His career started as a theatre actor and this happened during the 70 were when he accompanied his friend, who was supposed to play as Hamlet in a play, and the director asked him to read the play. Though he was hesitant to do it at first, he read the lines and went to a pub for a drink. The director came to him and told him that he is the one fitted for the role. That’s when he got his first acting role. Hamlet became the turning point in his career as it was followed by The Merchant of Venice, Sleuth, The Dumb Waiter and many more. At first, Jayant’s family was not very supportive of his decision to work in theatres. His father never came to watch him on his plays, and they hardly talk to each other, which lasted for a year. Until his mother made a deal to his father to watch one of his plays and since then, he came to his entire play. In the late 70’s, he has been into documentary filmmaking and advertising, from where he met Gulan, his wife, who’s working as an advertising professional. In the year 1982, he was offered to do an ad after he was spotted in one of his plays. He has done an ad for Vicks, which runs for 15 years. This was followed by some ads by Limca, which runs until the 80’s. Subsequently, television happened to him. He was best remembered in television series Mr Ya Mrs. He also acted as the husband of Neena Gupta in Khandan and played as Rajnath Mathur in his last television series, Ji Mantriji. He quit working in television and took a hiatus. He went to the US with his wife and when he returned to India, he was offered to do a summer theatre camp for the Sitlakhet children in the Himalayas. Later, he started a program called Beats Work, where the employees of Walt Disney India were made to play percussion. Jayant entered the film industry through Shyam Benegal’s Hindi film, Arohan in 1982. He acted in the romantic drama film, Heat and Dust in 1983 and Manohar Singh-starrer Party in 1984. He was also seen in movies like Trikal, Susman, Pehla Nasha and Rockford. Jayant also acted in the Bollywood films, Chupke Se in 2003 and Alag in 2006. He was remembered for his role as Genelia D’Souza’s father in the blockbuster hit film, Jaane Tu…Ya Jaane Na in 2008 and then, he played a supporting role in Arjun Bali’s Ru Ba Ru in the same year. Jayant played as an interviewer in Rajkumar Hirani’s 3 Idiots in 2009 and this year, he acted in the biographical film, Hawaaizaada. He penned the script for the original television series, Ghar Jamai, which was aired on Doordarshan channel. Jayant also wrote and produced a miniseries entitled PC Aur Mausi. The actor together with some friends is now running a company called Exper, which aims to establish leadership and organisational strategies for many businesses. They also launched Catalyst India, who intends to make entertaining shows and workshops for corporate’s activities. It is being supported by Google and Walt Disney.


Jimmy Shergill

Jimmy Shergill is a renowned Indian actor and producer in the big screen, known for working predominantly in Punjabi and Hindi movies. He was born in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh in India on December 3, 1972 to a Sikh family. His real name is Jasjit Singh Gill, the son of the popular painter, Satyajit Singh Shergill. He studied at St. Francis College in Lucknow in his early years before he shifted to Punjab and studied at The Punjab Public School. He also attended Bikram and Nabha College and Patiala’s Punjabi University. Jimmy has learned to act through his guru, Sri Harpal Singh. He went to Mumbai to pursue his career as an actor. He started acting in the year 1996 through the critically acclaimed Hindi film, Maachis, a film that is based on the Punjab terrorism. This film made a positive result at the box office, and he got noticed by top filmmakers, which eventually led him to appear in Aditya Chopra’s multi-starrer musical romantic drama film, Mohabbatein. The film stars Amitabh Bachchan Aishwarya Rai and Shah Rukh Khan in the lead roles. He was notable for his performance in Hindi films like Mere Yaar Ki Shadi Hai in 2002 alongside Uday Chopra and Bipasha Basu; Haasil in 2003 from which he acted in the lead role; Munna Bhai; the Hindi war drama romance film, Yahaan in 2005; the comedy film, Lage Raho Munna Bhai in 2006; Eklavya: The Royal Guard in 2007; the thriller drama film, A Wednesday! in 2008; Karan Johar’s My Name is Khan in 2010; the romantic comedy film, Tanu Weds Manu in 2011; the romantic thriller drama film, Saheb Biwi Aur Gangster in 2011 and the 2013 sequel of the film entitled Saheb, Biwi Aur Gangster Returns; the thriller heist film, Special 26 and Bullet Raja in 2013; Fugly in 2014 and this year’s blockbuster hit film, Tanu Weds Manu Returns. He also acted with Mukesh Bhatt’s production venture, Yeh Zindagi Ka Safar in the year 2001, opposite Ameesha Patel, where he earned his Best Actor in a Supporting Role award at the Star Guild Awards (previously the Apsara Guild Awards). Jimmy made his acting debut in Punjabi film industry through the 2005 feature film, Yaaran Naal Baharan, from which he stars alongside Juhi Babbar in the lead role. This was followed by several Punjabi films, which made him become one of the top actors in the film industry, and most of his films went well at the box office. Jimmy also collaborated with the Mumbai-based motion picture production and distribution company, Eros International PLC. His first production venture was the 2011 Punjabi film, Dharti, from which he also acted in the lead role together with Prem Chopra. The 2012 drama action comedy film, Taur Mittran Di was produced under his own banner, Jimmy Shergill Productions. In 2013, he produced and made a cameo in the Dheeraj Rattan’s Saadi Love Story and Navaniat Singh’s Rangeelay in the same year. Jimmy got married to a Delhi-based girl named Priyanka Puri, and they have one son Veer Shergill.

Jimmy Shergill Hindi Actor