Dinesh Soni is an Indian television actor, comedian and an anchor who played as Jatin, the father of Akash (played by Siddharth Shivpuri) in Rashmi Sharma Telefilms’ Piya Basanti Re in year 2014. Dinesh was trained by Roopesh Thapliyal of Kreating Charakters and he is now working successfully in television.

Dinesh has done several commercial ads and anchored almost 2000 stage shows. He is part of Life OK’s suspense thriller show, 2612 and the drama series, Balika Vadhu, which was aired on Colors TV. He also joined the fifth episode of the comedy show, Comedy Ka Badsshah – Hasega India, along with VIP on Sony Entertainment Television.

Erick Avari

Erick or Nariman Eruch Avari was born on 13th April 1932 in Darjeeling, West Bengal. He is the successor to the family of Jamshedji Framji Madan, who was also an established personality in Indian Cinema. His father had movie theatres named the Capitol and Rink. He Erick was a student in North Point School and later, College of Charleston. He is a theatre artist and an actor. He has done umpteen TV shows and movies as well. He is known for his remarkable theatre performance as Vasquez in ‘Tis Pity That She’s a Whore and The Screens. He has also appeared in commercial successes like Stargate, The Mummy, Home Alone 4, and The Planet of The Apes. He has worked with Kevin Reynolds’ as a lead in his movie, The Beast of War. He has displayed his comic timing in Adam Sandler's’ Mr. Deeds and For Love or Money. Erick played the lead in Woody Allen’s Don’t Drink the Water. He has had the fortune to work with some prestigious filmmakers like Tim Burton, Mike Nichols, Lasse Hallstrome, and Satyajit Ray. Erick has showcased his talent and passion to act in theatre, movies, and TV series also. His famous TV series include names like Star Trek, The West Wing, X-Files, Heroes, Hope & Faith, Burn Notice, and many more. He has worked for different ethnicities throughout his career. His most recent ventures include Paul Blart: Mall Cop where he played a cell phone sales person (2009) and his voiceover in the sci-fi video game, Destiny. Until 2006, he had done 33 films and around 70 TV episodes. He has broken the stereotype of casting and has played various roles in different cultures.

Erick Avari Hindi Actor