Rakshak Sahni is an Indian actor who has been in news for his roles in various short films. He has been part of some noted short movies such as ‘You can’t curry Love’ (2009), ‘Naked Innocence’ (2010) & ‘Excuses Girls Make’ (2014). ‘You can’t curry Love’(2009) was his first short film in which he played a local Indian Guy who falls for a London based handsome South Asian man, who is on visit to his native place in India.
He played the character of a young Indian boy ‘
’ in ‘Naked Innocence’, who is troubled with his surroundings and the past. He has played the role of ‘Kkavya’, the male protagonist in the famous Star Plus serial ‘
’. He also did a serial called ‘
Kasautii Zindagii Kay
’, where he played the role of the lead character ‘
’. He has been associated with Ekta Kapoor’s Balaji Telefilms through both of these Television appearances.
He is a Mumbai born actor, who is settled in Los Angeles, California now. He is an avid traveller by heart and loves to visit different kind of places and cherishes meeting people of all kinds. Besides acting he has produced some movies. Prior to his work in the entertainment industry he has worked with Jet Airways and done some modelling assignments. Due to his pleasant and heart warming looks he has earned a wide spread fan following all over the world.
He is trying to do some very rare and tricky roles in his upcoming assignments & with this kind of start in the industry his prospects look very nice.
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Rakshak Sahni is an Indian writer, actor and director. Rakshak has done many short films, TV series and films. He has played the role of actor, writer, director and producer in different films. Rakshak is known for the short films like ‘You Can't Curry Love’ (2009), ‘My Indian Boyfriend’s Mother’ (2015) and ‘Excuses Girls Make’ (2014).
He has acted in the TV series ‘Kavyanjali’ (2005). Rakshak has written, directed and as well as produced two short films namely ‘Excuses Girls Make’ and ‘My Indian Boyfriend’s Mother’. Some other of his acting performances can be seen in the short film ‘Naked Innocence’ (2010) and a film in 2012 named ‘Canon’.