Prithvi Zutshi is a well-known film and television actor. He donned films like Drohkaal and Ghulam. He was also part of the box-office romantic musical film, Andaaz in 2003 and the Bollywood suspense psychological film, Aetbaar in 2004. Later, the actor played the role Sameer Sikander in the Bollywood action thriller film, Elaan in 2005. He also appeared in the Hindi film, Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena; the remake of the Hollywood film, Confidence in the same year. Also in 2005, the actor played as Dwarka in the Hindi crime drama film, Apaharan under the direction of Prakash Jha. In 2006, he appeared in the Bollywood crime thriller film, The Killer. Later, he was seen in Mohan Sharma’s Ruslaan and the Hindi film, Apni Yaari Jaan Se Pyari. He was also part of the 2007 Hindi film, Yaara along with Shabnam Kapoor and Sangeeta Tiwari. Prithvi also acted as the father of Aman (played by Aditya Narayan) in the box-office Bollywood film, Shaapit by Vikram Bhatt. In 2011, he acted in the movie, Aashiqon Ko Jalana Buri Baat Hai. In the same year, he was seen in the Bollywood thriller film, B & W: The Black and White Fact by Harbans Laali and in 2011, he was also seen in the film, Mere Aashiq.

He has done television serials as well; Prithvi was part of the television serial, Rishton Ke Bhanwar Mein Uljhi Niyati on Sahara One. The actor became widely acclaimed for his performance in the political documentary series, Pradhanmantri. His portrayal as Vallabhhai Patel gained him praises and appreciation by the audience. He also made an appearance in the horror fiction show, Haunted House on Sahara One in 2013. Prithvi was also part of the drama soap, Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke on Zee TV. He also made an episodic in the Hindi crime-based show, Savdhaan India – India Fights Back on Life OK and played as the father of the wedded boys who will get into trouble. Last 2014, the actor made an entry as MLA Beniwal, the politician father of Kuldeep (played by Alokk Narula) in the television series, Kaisa Yeh Ishq Hai… Ajab Sa Risk Hai on Life OK. He also acted as Harishankar Pandey, the father-in-law of Alka (played by Neha Pednekar) in the series, Shastri Sisters – Chaar Dil Ek Dhadkan which was aired on Colors TV in 2014.

Prithvi is the real-life father of Kunal Singh who happens to be his co-actor in Niyati.
Prithvi Hindi Actor


Prithvi is a popular Indian film actor, known for doing Hindi films. He was born on March 24, 1968 in New Delhi, India. He started his career in year 1992 as he was debuted in the Bollywood film, Dil Ka Kya Kasoor. He was starred as Arun Kumar opposite with the late Divya Bharti who played as Seema. His performance as an orphan who attended college in India and excels in his studies was received an average rating and he was remembered for the film and the songs including Dil Jigar Nazar, Milne Ki Tum Koshish Karna, Dil Ka Kya Kasoor, Mera Sanam Sabse Pyara Hai, Ga Raha Hoon Is Mehfil Mein and Khata To Jab Ho Ke became very popular as well. The film also received the Best Music and the Best Film awards at the Filmfare.He is the co-starrer of Rahul Roy in the Bollywood film, Dilwale Kabhi Na Hare as Vijar along with Nagma. In 1993, the actor played the role of Nadir in the film, Meri Aan; followed by the Bollywood action film, Platform where he acted as Vikram in the same year. In 1994, he has done the film, Ikke Pe Ikkaw and essayed the role of Rishi with Akshay Kumar. Later, he donned another film with Akshay entitled, Paandav under the same director, Raj N. Sippy. He essayed the role of a doctor in the Hindi thriller film, Daraar which also stars, Rishi Kapoor and Arbaaz Khan. After this, Prithvi started to do supporting roles which portrays small roles in the films including the 1997 film, Kamsin: The Untouched. He is also part of Aamir Khan’s starrer film, Ghulam in 1998; later, he did the film Dada and played a fatherly role in P. Vasu’s box-office hit film, Hogi Pyaar Ki Jeet. In 2001, he acted in the film, Devullu as Prashanth and in year 2002, he has done the films, Humraaz and Gangobai where he bagged the role of Inspector Rajesh. Prithvi was also seen in Naag Lok and bagged the role of Inspector Shakti in the Bollywood film, Aaj Ka Andha Kanoon. He returned on acting as Ajay Kumar, one of the male lead in the 2003 film, Khanjar: The Knife, but the film was a flop. In 2005, he donned his debut in Tollywood through the film, Gowtham SSC.