Rajendranath Zutshi

Other names of Rajendranath Zutshi: Raj Zutshi

Rajendranath Zutshi, popularly known as Raj Zutshi, is the father of film actor Imran Khan of Delhi Belly. The actor was married to the daughter of producer, director, and writer, Nasir Hussain. The couple divorced in the year 2006. Raj was born on 4th February, 1961. To add to his family credentials, he is the grandson of Dina Nath Zutshi, a popular radio and TV artiste.

In the year 1984, he made a shift from theatre to film with the film, ‘Holi’. Some of the films to his credit include Kya Dilli Kya Lahore as Barfi Singh, Kalpvriksh, Gangoobai as Rohan, Ekhon Nedekha Nodir Xhipare, Assamese film as Jayanta Doley, Love Aaj Kal as Harleen's Father, Anubhav as Vanraj, Kidnap as Mahesh Verma, 1920 as Priest, Slumdog Millionaire as Director, Gandhi, My Father as Grieving Fast Food Stall Owner, Just Married as Arjun Kohli, Sandwich as Vicky B. Singh, Zinda as Woo Fong, Chocolate (as Roshan Gandhi, Ramji Londonwaley as Jay Kapoor, Lakshya as Maj. Kaushal Verma, Hu Tu Tu as Raj Zutshi, Chachi 420 as Dr. Rohit, Maachis as Jaswant Singh Randhawa 'Jassi', Goonj as Salim, Daddy, Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak as Shyam, Yeh Woh Manzil To Nahin, and Holi.

Quite recently, he essayed the role of Balraj Choudhary in the acclaimed, Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon, telecasted on Colors channel. In the year 2002, Raj was nominated for essaying Subrat in Bazaar, in the Indian Telly Awards as Actor in a Negative Role. At present, he resides in the metropolitan city of Mumbai, India.

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Rajendranath Zutshi, aka Raj Zutshi, is an Indian film and television actor. Raj was born on 4th of February, 1961, in Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir. He is the grandson of Dina Nath Zutshi. He was in theaters and was a radio artist. Later, in the early 1980's, he came to the cinema industry from the movie, 'Holi'.

Raj Zutshi is married to Nuzhat Khan, qualified clinical psychologist, sister of well-known Bollywood actor, Aamir Khan. It was Nuzhat Khan's second marriage to Raj Zutshi. Nuzhat had a two-year-old kid, now known in the industry as Imran Khan. Nuzhat and Raj have no child together, but for Imran, Raj is a father figure. The two, Raj Zutshi and Nuzhat Khan, separated after they're sixteen years of marriage. Even after the divorce, Imran and Raj share the same warm feelings in their relationship.

It is being told that Aamir Khan and Raj Zutshi started their film career in the same year. Raj has played characters in many Bollywood movies. These movies include, ‘Holi’, ‘Yeh Woh Manzil to Nahin’, ‘Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak’ in 1988, ‘Daddy’, ‘Goonj’, ‘Shiva’, ‘Tum Mere Ho’, ‘Parda Hai Parda’, ‘Grihalakshmi Ka Jinn’, and ‘Maachis’. In the year 1997, Raj played the role of ‘Dr. Rohit’ in the movie ‘Chachi 420’, which stars South Indian star Kamal Hassan. Later, in the 1990’s, Raj did ‘Hu Tu Tu’, ‘Manchala’, and ‘Dillagi’, in a row. ‘Dead End’ and ‘Hum To Mohabbat Karega’ in the year 2000. In 2001, Raj was casted in ‘Grahan’, ‘One 2 Ka 4’, and ‘Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India’ - starring ex-brother-in-law, Aamir Khan, which was nominated for the Oscars. ‘Nazrana,' ‘Kranti,' ‘Shararat’ and, ‘ Road’ were his movies released in the year 2002.

The next Bollywood movies he is seen in are ‘Haasil', ‘Saaya', ‘Kahan Ho Tum', and ‘Rules: Pyaar Ka Superhit Formula'.

In 2004, Raj acted in nine movies in a row. The movies are ‘Kiss Kis Ko’, ‘Lakeer - Forbidden Lines’, ‘ Rudraksh’, ‘Love in Nepal’, ‘Murder’, ‘ Krishna Cottage’, ‘ Lakshya’ - starring Hrithik Roshan, ‘Deewaar: Let's Bring Our Heroes Home’, and ‘American Daylight’.

In the year 2005, he acted in ‘ Socha Na Tha’, ‘Tango Charlie’, ‘Kyaa Kool Hai Hum’, ‘Ramji Londonwaley’, ‘Freedom of Life’, ‘ Chocolate’, ‘ Parzania’, ‘ Ek Ajnabee’, ‘ Shikhar’, and ‘Divorce: Not Between Husband and Wife’.

‘Zinda,' ‘36 China Town,' ‘Sandwich,' and ‘Rockin' Meera’, were the movies he is seen in during the year 2006. He acted in ‘ Just Married’, ‘ Life Mein Kabhie Kabhiee’, ‘ Naqaab’, ‘Gandhi, My Father’, ‘ Frozen’, ‘ Speed’, and ‘ Dhan Dhana Dhan Goal’, in the year 2007.

In 2008, ‘ Mukhbiir’, ‘ Slumdog Millionaire’ - playing the role of Director, ‘1920’ - a priest's role, ‘Kidnap’, ‘Home Comforts’, ‘Mumbai Calling’. ‘Kalpvriksh,' ‘Anubhav,' ‘Love Aaj Kal’ and ‘One Fine Monday’ are his movies released in 2009.

His other works include, ‘ Stanley Ka Dabba’ and ‘ My Friend Pinto’ in 2011, ‘Ekhon Nedekha Nodir Xhipare’ and ‘Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon’ in 2012.

Later, in the year 2013, Raj has acted in ‘Gangoobai’ and ‘Woh’. ‘Kya Dilli Kya Lahore’ in 2014 and ‘Ab Tak Chappan 2’ in 2015. Raj was nominated for the ‘Indian Telly Awards’, playing the negative role of Subrat in Bazaar (TV Show), in the year 2002.

Milind Gawali Hindi Actor

Milind Gawali

Milind Gawali is a popular film actor, producer, and director. He was born on June 16 and studied at Fatima High School in Vidhya Vihar. He also attended Sharda Ashram High School in Dadar and went to Ambedkar College for Commerce. When he was in the second year, he went to Kirti College, Prabhadevi and attended Lala Lajpat Rai College of Commerce in Worli before he took post graduation at The University of Mumbai. Ever since his childhood, it is always his passion to enter the filmdom. He even had the chance to act in two children movies, Hum Bachche Hindustan Ke and Waqt Se Pehle. Since then, his journey has started. Milind has worked in ad films, voice-overs, modelling, dubbings, TV serials, TV ads, and corporate films, but his love for films remained constant. Pradeep Maini’s Hindi film, Vartaman and Baburam Ishara’s Anumati eventually came his way. That’s when the time when the television serials became a hit, and Sanjeev Bhattacharya invited him to perform in the television serial, Campus. Its success led him to perform in several TV serials like Parivartan, Aahat, C.I.D, Bandhan, Kahani Teri Meri, Itihas, and more. During that time, he started working in the Marathi films Aai, Nilambari, and Maratha Battalion simultaneously. Milind has since acted and completed more than 65 Marathi and Hindi films. He also donned short films, documentaries and had acted in more than three thousand TV shows. He anchored television shows and had worked as Transmission Executive in All India Radio. Milind also worked in a short film entitled Did You Notice, and earned an Award at the Honolulu Film Festival. Aside from that, he bagged two Zee Talkies Awards (Vishesh Lakshavedi Kalakar) for his work in Ramesh More’s Aamhi Ka Tisare. He also earned nominations at the Maharashtra State for Marathi Film, He Khel Nashibache and Zee Talkies for Marathi Film Bhavachi Laxmi and another nomination for Best Supporting Actor at Zee Talkies for Marathi Film, Sakha Bhau Pakka Vairi. This 2016, Milind acted, produced, and turned director in the Marathi film, Athang; a story of a talented orphan named Shilpa (played by Tanvi Hegde), who suddenly received a gift that eventually changed her life. For his outstanding work as the director of the film, he bagged the Best Debut Director Award at the Nashik International Film Festival (NIFF) 2016. Milind has a deep passion for photography and loves to capture captivating moments. He is married to Deepa Gawali, and they have one daughter.


Nakul Vaid

Nakul Vaid is a film actor from India. He started his journey in acting with a small role in the Bollywood drama film, Baghban and bagged the role of Rahul. In year 2002, he also acted in films like Samvedna and Vadh. He later appeared in the Hindi crime film, Ab Tak Chhappan under the direction of Shimit Amin which stars Nana Patekar in 2004. The two worked together again in the Hindi film, Yatra in 2006. Hoever, this film did not make a weekend at the box office. He was also seen in the film, ‘With Love Tumhara’ opposite with Preeti Jhangiani. Nakul was also part of the Hindi sports drama film, ‘Chak De! India’ under the direction of Shimit Amin again. The film made it to the box office and he played the role of Rakesh. In 2008, Nakul was part of the Bollywood comedy film, ‘Rama Rama Kya Hai Dramaa?’ which was produced by Surendra Bhatia. But this film received negative responses upon the release. In 2009, he played his first main lead role as Mohandas in the Hindi drama film, Mohandas which is based on the story of Uday Prakash. His character portrays the life of a poor villager who studies well in spite of his economic issues. Subsequently, Nakul became part of the films Happi and The Lunchbox from which he played as Rajeev, opposite with Nimrat Kaur. In 2012, he was roped in to do a role in the film, Ekhon Nedekha Nodir Xhipare under the production of the National Film Development Corporation of India. The film is in Assamese and Hindi languages which stars Sanjay Suri and Bidita Bag. Nakul played as Jyotiraj, the brother of Bidita’s character. He was also seen in the Indo-Chinese film, The Desire by R. Sarath. He played a prominent role in this film along with Jaya Prada, Sheetal Menon, Vikram Gokhale and more. Besides doing films, he also acted in Sony TV’s youth drama show, Challenge and in the crime series, Rihaee from the same channel. Prior to this, he was also seen in the 1998 series, Sukanya. Nakul also worked as an Assistant Director while he was in class 12 in the film, Raja. But he said he only did it so he can familiarize himself to the film industry functions. Nakul loves to play football and cricket so he always wanted to do a sports film. He also likes to perform as a young dude who will romance Bollywood actresses.

Nakul Vaid Hindi Actor