Badekkila Pradeep is a famous Television personality who is seen in both Tamil and Kannada serials. He is also an upcoming hero in Sandalwood. Badekkila was born and brought up in the Bangalore city. Badekkila got his post-graduation degree from the Xavier College of Communications, in Mumbai. He started his career in the year 2006, as a Television reporter in the news channel TV9. He was the first reporter of that channel to have gone abroad to cover the World Cup, in the year 2007. He has also worked for a short while at Big FM, as an associate producer. By 2008, he shifted to Aajkal News Channel and became their reporter from Bangalore, who presented mainly crime related activities.

He started his stint in the cinema field, in the year 2010. Badekkila first appeared in the drama Krishna Rukmini Krishna Rukmini is a drama series which got aired >> Read More... Krishna Rukmini , broadcasted on Suvarna Channel. He has portrayed the role of Prem, in the popular Tamil drama Sondha Bandham The Tamil serial Sondha Bandham is a soap opera ty >> Read More... Sondha Bandham that was telecasted on Sun Television. Pradeep has also been a dubbing artist for more than fifteen-thousand projects in both Kannada and Tamil industry. He is also a part of the online marketing platform, called as and Rickshaw media, which mainly advertises about gadgets. Pradeep is also into presenting shows. He has anchored the show Amma Magalu Amma Magalu is a Kannada game show that is aired o >> Read More... Amma Magalu that was telecasted on Udaya Television, in the year 2014. In the year 2015, Pradeep debuted as a hero, through the movie Mirchi Mandakki Kadak Chai. Pradeep is accompanied by many other newcomers such as Manoj and Namratha, who are making a transition from small screen to silver screen, through this flick.

To promote the film for making it a hit, the crew danced to a song from the movie in a mall in Bangalore. The director of this movie, Sanjotha left her well paid IT job to follow her passion of filmmaking. The movie is about three friends, who have had bad luck with their love life and career and it also depicts how their life becomes good. Badekkila is currently working as a hero, in a horror script, revolving around a bunch of friends.

Babar Khan Hindi Actor

Babar Khan

Babar Khan aka Babar Khan Durrani is a talented artist, belonging to the Pakistani Film Industry. Babar was born and brought up in Lahore, Pakistan. He has donned several roles in small screen serials and has also worked as a model. His talent was recognized, and he became a household name, through the television drama Ek Tamanna Lahasil Si that was aired on Hum TV. He acted in a substantial supportive role in the serial and won accolades for his acting skills. The efforts he had put in this serial, fetched him the nomination, in the first Hum TV award function, for the best supporting role. He obtained his degree from Bahria College, located at Karachi, in Pakistan. Babar Khan has had a tragic life, in the recent past. He got married to the popular actress Sana Khan, in the year 2013. Sadly, the couple met with an accident, in the year 2014, when they were traveling to Hyderabad and Sana Khan lost her life. Babar was hurt badly and was hospitalized.  After his wife’s demise, in the year 2015, Babar re-married his cousin Bisma Khan, who is reported to be studying in ninth grade. Babar Khan was introduced first to the Television industry, by the serial Mehmoodabad Ki Malkain, in which he acted as Nasir. The serial that released in the year 2011 bagged him the opportunity to sign up several number of television dramas. He became a sought-after actor, after acting in the 2010 serial Moum. He went on to be a part of the drama Shehr E-Dil Key Darwazay, which was telecasted on Ary Digital Television. Other dramas to his credit are Thora Sa Asman, Ek Tamana Lahasil Si, Kitni Girhain Baqi Hain, Band Khirkiyon Ke Peeche, Jhumoor and a few more. Babar Khan recently acted as the lead in the serial, Darbadar Tere Liye that was a romantic drama. The drama was aired on Hum TV, and it ended in January 2015.