Vije Bhatia, also known as Vijay Bhatia Vijay Bhatia is an Indian actor and assistant dire >> Read More... Vijay Bhatia , is an Indian film and television actor. He has appeared in many movies as a leading and supporting actor and has made his stand in the Bollywood industry. People know him for his personality and mind-blowing performances. He made his debut in the film, “Mumbai 125 KM 3D”, which released in 2014 and he was well received. He has also played the character of Bharat in the acclaimed TV show, “ Ramayan ‘Ramayan’ was an Indian epic theme based on Valmik >> Read More... Ramayan ”. He has a pleasant personality and calls out to the audience during his performances. However, there have been quite a few cases that have influenced him and his life. A guy named Prasad attacked him on his way back after dropping his friend, Gurmeet Choudhary Gurmeet Choudhary shot to stardom with his role of >> Read More... Gurmeet Choudhary , co-actor in Ramayan, home. Prasad and his ally blocked his path. For around a month, they had some issues concerning Vijay’s car bumping into Prasad’s, and this had turned into an ugly fight. Another instance was that once he got down to click some pictures, but after returning to his car, it would not start. It took a while for him to locate a mechanic, but the mechanic couldn’t find any faults. After pushing the car for half a kilometer, it automatically started. Vijay was flabbergasted when he realized that the milestone where his car had stopped read 125 KM. It was a co-incidence, but it surely petrified him considering his debut film’s title, which was Mumbai 125 KM.

The actor loves old, romantic music and plays the role of a small town boy, who dreams to be a big singer in the movie, “ Lakhon Hain Yahan Dilwale Click to look into! >> Read More... Lakhon Hain Yahan Dilwale ”. He has also been watching good old movies so as to gain inspiration. Other Bollywood projects like “Kano”, “Café Irani Chai” and “Pandey Ko Ghar Mila Kya” will cast him as their characters.

Vijayendra Ghatge Hindi Actor

Vijayendra Ghatge

Vijayendra Ghatge is an Indian television and film actor, who hails from the royal family of Holkars from Indore. Maharaja Tukojirao III was Ghatge’s grandfather. He is also related to the Kagal and Maratha clans from Kolhapur and Indore.  Vijayendra Ghatge set foot in the cinema world with Basu Chaterjee’s directorial venture “Chitchor” in 1976. The film produced by Rajshri Productions proved to be a success at the Box Office, and was also nominated for Filmfare Awards in the categories of the Best Film and Best Direction. Later on, Ghatge featured in brief roles in movies such as “Agar…If,” “Anpad,” “Kasme Vaade,” and “Sunayana.” The 80s saw Vijayendra in films such as “Prem Rog,” “Satte Pe Satta,” “Razia Sultan,” “Hanste Khelte,” “Shahenshah,” “Tridev,” and “Pournami Raavil 3D.” In 1985, Ghatge started his television career with Singhasan Battisi produced by Doordarshan, and later on, featured in various serials such as Sheesha, Katha Sagar, Buniyaad, and Vikram Aur Betaal. The role of Lala Brijbhaan in Buniyaad would catapult Ghatge into television stardom, and consequently turn him into a well-known Indian household name. He also featured in films such as Lekin, Khel, Damini, Khsatriya, Anth, and Guddu in the 90s. Deewangee, Jhankaar Beats, Devdas, Garv: Pide & Honour, Marigold, and Aazaan constitute some of his other films of the millennium decade. Vijayendra was earlier married to Nikii Waalia, but divorced her in the 1980s. Another tragedy struck the Ghatge family with the death of Vijayendra’s sister Sunanda in the 1984 who died as a result of bombing in  an Air India flight.