Ghanshyam Nayak

Other names of Ghanshyam Nayak: Ghanashyam Nayak
Ghanshyam Nayak is an Indian actor who served both in TV series and Movies throughout his career. He was born on 17th September, 1953 in Orissa, India. He has a great list of contributions to Indian television serials and Indian cinema. His contribution to Indian television is a reigning period of 57 years. He has been involved in 200 Gujarati and Bollywood films. His serial count contribution is approximately 350 in number. His list of 100 appearances in stage plays is a history. He has taken part in dubbing of around 12 Gujarati movies with Asha Bhosle Asha is considered to be the second greatest femal >> Read More... Asha Bhosle and Mahendra Kapoor Mahendra Kapoor was a playback singer in 1960’s, a >> Read More... Mahendra Kapoor and has recorded his voice in other 300+ Gujarati movies. He has also done dubbing exercise for Veteran, Legend Actor Kanhaiyala in Bollywood featured Ek Aur Sangram and Bhojpuri movie Bairi Sawan.
His career began when he was just 7 years old. He was a child artist in the Movie Massom in 1960. He has recorded his performance in other number of bollywood movies at his adult times including Balak Dhruva, Beta, Ladla, Krantiveer, Eena Meena Deeka Eana Meena Deeka is an Indian comedy TV serial, br >> Read More... Eena Meena Deeka , Andolan, Barsat, Mafia, Chahat, Krishna, Ghatak and other small roles. He also appeared in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam movie. He appeared in Mani Matku, a famous Gujarati TV show and in Sarabhai V/s Sarabhai as Vithal Kaka which is a Hindi Comedy TV series.
People today know him as Natu Kak. He is currently appearing on Sab TV channel in Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah show. He has established his legacy as Natwarlal Prabhashankar Undhaiwala. Other characters in the show call him Natu Kaka. He is a normal worker in Jethalal electronic shop. He has created funny environment on the show by his act of demanding an extension in the amount of payment done to him by his owner. He has seen the changing of Indian Film and Television Industry and has changed with times and is entertaining India.
Gautam Sharma Hindi Actor

Gautam Sharma

Gautam Sharma is an India film star, model and Television actor. He was born on 10th June, 1980 in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. He relocated to Mumbai, Maharashtra, India for his modeling career. He came to Mumbai in 2007 and started his career in modeling in 2009.His career began when he starts doing modeling for different endorsements. He has done modeling for popular companies which include Emami fair and Handsome, Coca cola, Orbit Chewing Gum and Dabur Chyawanprash. He was quite handsome face and easily became popular because of his popular endorsements. Later he joined acting schools to advance in his career.Then he was awarded with his first ever Bollywood appearance in movie Grihasti in 2009. He appeared as a small cameo in the movie. He was cast opposite to one of the four lead role girls of the serial. After this cameo he applied for a role in fairy tale Shakuntala in 2009. As he had some good sources so he was cast as the main lead of the show. He was portraying the role of King Dushyant. The story was a love storing describing the love of the two, Shakuntala and Dushyant. Shankuntala is a beautiful woman in love with the lead king. As her love token king is wearing a ring in his hand, which binds her with him but eventually they both get separated. Again Gautam signed another tale which was quite similar to previous one. He signed it with Dwarkadheesh-Bhagwaan Shree Krishna. He was cast an important role in the series. He was cast as Arjuna. The Arjuna character is introduced to the show in the latter half of the show. During the initial half the tale of Krishna’s younger days was shown and in later half how Arjuna is affected by the words of Krishna is shown in detail. Currently he is working with Zee TV channel in Jamai Raja show. He is playing the role of Bablu Patel. The show started in 2014.


Ghanshyam Srivastva

Ghanshyam Srivastva is an Indian television and film actor who is best known for his role in the movie ‘Gangaajal’ (2003) & a popular religious television series called as ‘Buddha’ (2013). He played the role of ‘Prajapati Mishra’, who is the lock up in charge of the movie. ‘Gangaajal’ was a movie set in the backdrop of the state of Bihar and the theme of criminal politics was realistically covered in the movie. Ghanshyam got the opportunity to work with established actors such as Ajay Devgan, Mohan Agashe, Anup Soni & Mohan Joshi. His role was minor, but it was befitting for him to carry his struggle to become an actor and earn a name in the entertainment world. He surely got benefitted by this small role in the movie as he got the attention of the casting directors all over. He is a regular actor in Prakash Jha productions and has appeared in many of his movies. He has several other noted movies to his credit such as ‘Rahul’ (2001), ‘Bahubali’ (2009), both directed by Prakash Jha and ‘Calapor’ (2013), directed by Dinesh Bhosle. He has worked in multiple small roles in a number of popular television programs such as Veer Shivaji (2011), Balika Vadhu (2008), Chidiaghar (2011), Lapta Ganj (2009), Kasam (2006), Kussum (2001), Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki (2000), Kabhi Sauten Kabhi Saheli (2001), Jai Hanuman (1997), Bairi Piya (2009),etc.. Most recently, he was offered the role of ‘Brahaman Magadh Rajguru’. ‘Buddha’ the series was broadcast on the Zee TV and it was widely acclaimed due to its historic plot and a fresh theme among the popular trend of family dramas. Ghanshyam also got immensely benefitted by his portrayal of a historical character that was associated with the life of ‘Gautama’, who later was called ‘Lord Buddha’. Ghanshyam displayed his inherent abilities as an actor while playing the role. He has a dusky appearance and a very robust personality with a special appeal for character roles. His movie endeavors were mostly character roles, which suited his personality, but in his latest avatar he was seen playing a character who belonged to ancient India. But in all of his roles, he has made a full justice to his characters. He seems to be struggling for a better opportunity, but the destiny in itself is quite assured that it will find a better actor each and every time, when it knocks at his door.

Ghanshyam Srivastva Hindi Actor