Kavish Majumdar was born and brought up in Mumbai. He completed his schooling from Lilavati Podar Senior Secondary School and graduated from H.R College of Commerce and Economics. Kavish developed his passion for acting and drama at a very young age and that was when he decided to join theatre. Kavish used to manage both theatre and his school with equal dedication and that was when he was discovered by a coordinator from Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Ghum and was asked to audition for the role of ‘laddoo’ in Prithvi Theatre. It was after one of his school days he gave the audition and crossed the first round, then he auditioned in front of Mr. Karan Johar and got the role after waiting for 3 months.

He worked alongside the stars like Shahrukh Khan, Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bachchan. After completing his role Kavish decided to decide to focus on his education, theatre and behind the camera work. After finishing his studies Kavish began auditioning again and it was then he met the assistant director of Gori Tere Pyaar Mein, who led him to director Punish Malhotra and that was when he landed a role in the film as he always wanted to work again with Dharma Productions. He also managed to get a supporting role in film Main Tera Hero starring alongside Varun Dhawan, Nargis Fakhri, and Ileana D’Cruz.

Since theatre was always the Kavish’s passion he auditioned for the role in musical Jaan-e-Jigar at Bollywood Park in Dubai. Kavish considers Jim Carrey as his inspiration for most of his roles. He loves playing different roles but he considers himself best in comical roles. He is playing the role of Nashook a jester in the musical. He describes his role of the jester as an evil role with loads of humour. Kavish believes in being flexible with his work and is also looking for the opportunities to work for Bollywood industry again. He likes to improvise his roles and tries to bring his role to life with his acting. Kavish is residing in Dubai from past one and a half year due to his music in the Bollywood theme park but keeps on traveling back and forth from Mumbai to Dubai to give auditions for films. Kavish plans on sticking to his current job unless and until he gets any great opportunity in Bollywood and even then he prefers to complete his shoot and go back to join his musical roles.

Nihaar Pandya Hindi Actor

Nihaar Pandya

Nihar Pandya, a trending name in the Bollywood industry, owes to his associations with actresses Gauhar Khan and Deepika Padukone. Born on 28th March, 1982, he hails from Mumbai from an upper middle class family and had a well-off childhood. He was the youngest child in his family. He completed his schooling from Mumbai itself. He studied from a private school there. He graduated from NM College, Mumbai where his aptitude for acting emerged. Earlier, he was more inclined towards sports and played cricket during his school and college days. He even captained his team for some time and was doing well in the field. He was saddened by the politics in selection of teams in state level cricket teams and left playing cricket professionally. He shifted to acting during his college days, owing to some leave issues and thereby moving to the entertainment industry afterwards. He joined the industry as a model and worked with many fashion designers. He also joined Anupam Kher’s acting institute after which he has been struggling to get roles in films. He joined Kathak classes to correct his rhythm problems, as suggested by Priyanka Chopra. Nihar had made a friendly appearance in a Hollywood movie, Marigold, starring Salman Khan as well. It was because of his uncle who is a doctor and had worked as an on call doctor for many Hollywood films. While shooting Marigold in Rajasthan, many junior artists were falling ill due to sunstrokes which led to him playing a small role in the film. When he worked around big names in the likes of Salman Khan and choreographer Remo, he was motivated to join Bollywood. He would be debuting on silver screen by acting in the Hindi remake of a Tamil film Kadhal Kondein (2002) which will be directed by the original director of the film, Selvaraghavan.

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