Harjeet Walia is a supporting actor in Hindi cinema and was seen appearing in many films between 1990-2000. Harjeet was also a voice over artist who had done master degree in dramatic arts and now living in Mumbai. He had acted as the son of
in the film ‘Kasam’. In this film, he essayed the role of Captan Saab (police inspector) who gets killed along with his wife and daughter in an encounter with
. He also acted as a boxing match announcer in the film ‘Ghulam’, where
has enacted the role of Mumbai tapori, a boxing champion. He was also seen along with
in film ‘Barsaat’ which was the sixth highest grossing movie of 1995.
Since 1990, Harjit had acted in many commercial movies in Bollywood, which were all blockbuster hits like ‘Trinetra’, ‘Beta’, ‘Joshilaay’, ’Deewanapan’ etc. The actor started with small roles in 1980’s and 1990’s and hence he could not go very far to pursue his dreams of acting. Hence, his career did not skyrocket to new heights either. Since then he's had small roles in movies and surfaces on TV from time to time. Harjeet Walia had a good quality voice that had lent feeling on the actor’s part. He was seen appearing in many
movies only. However, he had disappeared from the spotlight by no choice of his own.
Harjit was once one of the most popular young actors in movies. As one of the starring characters on the big screen, he was able to build a strong base in TV series too. He was appreciated for his role in popular TV series ‘
’ and ‘
’ etc. Although he rose to fame during the late 1990s after landing roles in several popular masala themed films, his career never seemed to reach its full potential.