Raju Kher is the younger brother of Anupam Kher Anupam Kher is a very popular actor, director, and >> Read More... and well-known face of Indian Film and TV industry. Born in Kashmir in 1957 he completed his education from Himachal Pradesh and then he came to Mumbai to try his luck in Bollywood.

His debut film was Jackie Shroff Intro: Jackie Shroff is a well known Bollywood act >> Read More... and Dimple starter Kaash and directed by Mahesh Bhat. It was a very small role of film director aka Alas. Since then he has played mainly character roles in movie and TV serials.

Some of his known films are Prem, Shyam Ghanshyam, Ghaath, Jungle (2000) - Mr. Malhotra, Om Jai Jagadish (directed by his brother), Delhi Belly Click to look into! >> Read More... (2011). TV serials he has done so far are: Thoda Hai Thode Ki Zaroorat Hai, Kashmakash, imtihan, Manzile, Shriman Shrimati, Beintehaa, Ek Raja Ek Rani, Kalidas and many more.

He had also directed a TV serial ‘Sanskar’ in 1999, but it did not fare well in the ratings, so he shelved the plan of becoming a director. He got married to Reema Kher in 1986, and they have one offspring Vrinda. He is a man of high integrity and never used his brother’s name to get roles.

It’s been more than 20 years in the show business, but he has never involved in any controversy till this date, such is his integrity. We wish all the best to this veteran actor for his upcoming projects.

Ragesh Asthana Hindi Actor

Ragesh Asthana

Ragesh Asthana, an Indian actor was born on 17 May, 1962 in Uganda. In 1972, his family relocated to Mumbai, India and they started living in Kala Kunj in Santa Cruz. As a child he loved to read comic books and fictional story books. He loved to act in Local Talent Day at Ganesh Mahotsav.  In Mumbai he did his schooling in Jamnabai Narsee High School and then enrolled in Mithibai College for further studies. His younger brother Dinesh is settled in New Zealand. In 1994, he got married with Jyothi and had two children Yuvaraj and Nanaki. Rajesh’s debut was in year 1987 in serial Subah in which he played the Appu Swami. He first auditioned for character named Prem but got rejected and then he auditioned for next best role and he got the role. Subah TV series was a success and his role gave him recognition. During some period of time he was getting offered similar roles like Appu Swami but he did not accept any of those offers because he was there to satisfy the actor in him, not to just make money. Meantime he worked in Discovery of India and Adhikar. It took quite a time to get role of Nikhil Singhani in Parivartan TV series telecasted on Zee TV in 1993 but his role as a rebellious person gave him attention. He also worked in Khamoshi, Palampur Express, Agle Janam Mohe Bitiya Hi Kijo, Katputli and many more TV serials. He was last seen in Gumrah serial in 2012. He has worked in Indian movies as well in The Victim as lawyer, Shabri as Sardool Seth, Rakht Charitra 2 a thriller by Ram Gopal Verma as Jailor, Taxi No. 9211 as Car Owner, Black Friday as Mohammad Dossa, Chhal as Inspector Patil. His debut film was Radha Ka Sangam in 1992.He died of heart attack in Mumbai on March 20, 2014 which spread wave of shock in TV industry as well as Bollywood. He will be remembered for his contribution towards industry and in his own words: The Power of Faith is boundless. It cannot be judged merely on the basis of immediate phenomena. As long as you maintain strong faith you can change anything.

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Ranjeet

'Ranjeet' was born in Jandiala Guru near Amritsar, Punjab, and is popularly known for his villainous roles in Hindi films. He has appeared as a baddie in more than 200 Hindi films, and shared the screen with many Bollywood superstars like Amitabh Bachchan, Dharmendra, Rajesh Khanna, Shashi Kapoor and others. His name was suggested by late Sunil Dutt during the making of the Hindi film, Reshma aur Shera. He played Ranjeet, in more than 25 films. He has also directed two films, ‘Kaarnama’, and Gazab Tamasha, while he was also the producer in the later one. He made his TV debut with the Sony TV show, Aisa Des Hai Mera, and played a positive character of a Sardar. The show had the story of a British girl, Rusty, living in United Kingdom, with her divorced mother, Linda. She came to know that she had connections with India and decides to return. There she came to know that she was half Indian, as her father, Randheer Singh Deol, married Linda earlier. The story showcased the acceptance of her into the Deol family. In an interview with The Hindu, he shared that he was recommended for the role of baddies in the movie, ‘Sharmeelee’, by Sunil Dutt. As those were the days to build a base in the industry, he was called for villain roles in movies. He never refused the work and did the work happily. He is also active in the Punjabi film industry, and has acted in movies such as Rabb Ne Banaiyan Jodiean and Man Jeete Jag Jeet. Another Version of this Bio... Ranjeet, aka Gopal Bedi, has been a veteran actor of the Hindi film industry. He has a powering personality and has mastered the art of playing the lead villain. He hails from a place called Jandiala Guru, which is close to Amritsar in Punjab. He is one of those villains of the Hindi film industry that have become a cult personality. He has extensively used his talent to showcase his art in numerous roles that are over 200 in number. Ranjeet was a chosen man for his intense, well-built, characters, and he has done justice to his roles. He never looked back in his career and perfected the art of playing negative characters. In the later years, he also tried his hand at direction, however, he did not receive the same love as he got while playing the roles that he did. He has also worked in Punjabi movies and received much appreciation. He has a son named Chiranjeev, who is also foraying into the Hindi film industry. Ranjeet wishes that his son plays the lead in movies. However, the journey of Ranjeet was a hard one. He came to Mumbai when offered a lead role in a movie, but the movie never got made. Then he got the much deserved fame when Sunil Dutt saw and admired his negative character in the movie, Sawan Bhadon and Reshma Aur Shera. Sunil Dutt then gave the reference of Ranjeet for the movie, Sharmeelee.

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