Actor Milind Gunaji has appeared in such films like Devdas, LOC Kargil, Dev, Khatta Meetha, Kamasutra-3D. Born on July 14, 1968, in Pune, Maharashtra, Milind Gunaji started acting even as brand ambassadors for many assignments of Maharashtra Government. He is also a prolific travel writer.

In 1993, he made his debut with ‘Papeeha’ directed by Sai Paranjpye in a lead role of a forest officer. Critics appreciated the film. In 1996, he played a role of Inspector Indrajeet Saxena in Mahesh Bhatt’s film Fareb, which fetched him Filmfare award. It is still one of his iconic performances in a negative role. Earlier, he acted in Govind Nihalini’s film ‘Droh Kaal’ where he plays role of a terrorist along with Manoj Bajpai. Milind had co-starred in the film along with Om Puri, Naseeruddin Shah, Ashish Vidyarthi.

Thus, he began another new phase of his career by doing supporting roles in two very different film projects such as Virasat (1997) and Godmother(1999). Both these films largely raised his career in big screen He has acted in Govind Nihalini’s three successful projects like Dev, Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa and Droh Kaal. His role as Kalibabu in Devdas helped him raise his profile in commercial cinema. Milind Gunaji balanced his performance in both art and meaningful cinema having acted with Shabana Azmi, Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Sunny Deol, Om Puri and Naseeruddin Shah.

Films like Dev, Devdas, LOC Kargil, etc had an impressive opening weekend gross and he got noticed by younger audiences in general. He portrayed a villain role in the film as General Ansari in ‘ Asambhav’ which was an average grosser in the box office. In 2006, the actor was seen in a film Jigyaasa, a controversial feature film based on Mallika Sherawat. The actor starred in the unusual comic film Phir Hera Pheri(2009) and Khatta Meeta(2010). In 2015, he was seen in two films like ‘ Saankal’ and ‘Karbonn’.

This actor did not have a super-hero image but had a good macho look to portray meaningful characters in Indian cinema. He also has appeared in regional languages films such as Tamil, Punjabi, Telugu and Marathi films too.

Madhur Mittal Hindi Actor

Madhur Mittal

Madhur Mittal began a new phase of his career in 2008 by playing the role of Salim Malik in the film Slumdog Millionaire. The film received huge appreciation and fetched him the Screen Actors Guild Awards for outstanding performance. He got a break in King Khan's (Shah Rukh Khan) project ’One Two Ka Four’ and Salman Khan's ‘Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaye’. Madhur was born in Taj Mahal city (Agra) on January 20, 1987. He then participated in a dance competition for a TV show ‘ Boogie Woogie’ and had won. He was just a kid of 7 years to participate and win the completion. Breezy fans have always been in awe of this young star's dancing ability, especially when watching him glide across an entire stage so seamlessly. His moves were then often compared to pop dancer Michael Jackson. His costumes and body language was similar to like Michael Jackson in Boogie Woogie show. This stage performance helped him to join shows of Kalayanji Anandji in abroad and since then he had performed in over 1000 stage shows. He even went to California and but came back later to India. His parents liked his stage abilities and wanted to support his growth as an actor. He had liked to act in movies always and, therefore, enrolled himself for a course on theatre management (correspondence) in Mumbai. Due to his dance skills, he got an opportunity to take up assisting choreography for noted choreographers like Ganesh Hegde (Company), Ganesh Acharya (ABCD) and Ahmed Khan (Taal). He was seen even in a small show in DD network. The first role he bagged was in Shahrukh Khan film’ One Two Ka Four’ but his another film ‘Kahin Pyaar Na Ho Jaye’ released first. In 2007, he acted in ‘Say Salaam India'. After ‘Slumdog Millionaire’, he was cast as Dinesh Patel in Million Dollar Arm, an American biographical sports drama film directed by Craig Gillespie. It was a biopic film based on true story of baseball pitchers Rinku Singh and Dinesh Patel. The film released in 2014 with critical acclaim. The film collected a gross of a total gross of $38.3 million, against a budget of $25 million in the box-office. He also appeared in American TV show ‘Kidnap and Ransom series 2’, playing the role of a kidnapper.


Milind Soman

Born on 4th November 1965, Milind Soman is a supermodel of India. He is also involved in acting and production. Having born in Scotland, he stayed in England till his seventh year. Later, he came to India with his family. He was a swimmer and represented India at national level. This helped him to become a model. During 1995, Milind Soman was seen in the music album Made in India alongside Alisha Chinai. This was one of the best acts of his career. After working as a model for some time he was the lead artiste in Caption Vyom, an Indian TV series. Then, with effect from 2000 he concentrated on films. The films in which he acted were Pachaikili Muthucharam, Paiyaa, Agnivarsha, Ashoka, Say Salaam India, Rules- Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula, Bheja Fry etc. Apart from Indian films Soman also acted in foreign language films. Soman produced the film Rules-Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula. The television serial Ghost Bana Dost was under his banner. During 2012 Soman acted in Jodi Breakers which failed at the box office. Soman holds the Limca record for participating in a marathon of 1500 kms in just 30 days. He also organized the “Women’s only” running. This was set up in order to promote health awareness for women. Soman is an excellent sportsman. He is the proud winner of National Swimming Championship for four years. He stirred a controversy with his ex- girlfriend Madhu Sapre by posing nude. In fact the police filed a case against the distributors and publishers for this act. The case prolonged for 14 years and finally the acquitted were set free. Milind was one of the models in India who holds a special place in the hearts of fans. But as much as he was appreciated as a model his stint as an actor didn’t create that much ripples. This may be attributed to the reason that he didn’t believe only in commercial movies; he even tried offbeat roles.

Milind Soman Hindi Actor