Harish Verma is an Indian film and TV actor known for his starring roles in Punjabi movies and Hindi television serials.

Born October 1982, Haris Verma honed his acting skills with Punjabi theatre veteran S. Gursharan Singh. Having acted in a range of roles for the stage, he moved to Mumbai and landed a leading role in television series Na Ana Is Des Laado. He then landed a negative role in Punjabi movie Panjaban. Verma was nominated for Best actor in negative role in the PTC Punjabi Film Award 2010.

Harish Verma went on to act on a series of Punjabi movies like Yar Anmulle, Burraahh and Daddy Cool Munde Fool among others. His performance in Yar Anmulle was highly appreciated by the critics and the audience alike. For that very performance, he won the Best Actor Critics Award for the year 2011. Similarly, his performance in Daddy Cool Munde Fool was enjoyed immensely by the audience as the movie turned out to be a super hit with Punjabi audience. His ensemble performance with was one of the most appreciable features of the movie.

Years of theatre training has certainly helped Harish Verma as he continues to deliver stellar and hard-hitting performances in the commercial as well as pot-boiler Punjabi movies.

Harsh Rajput Hindi Actor

Harsh Rajput

Harsh Rajput is an Indian television actor noted for his role in different popular television series. He was born on January 5, 1988. Harsh Rajput displayed an early interest in acting while he was in Mithibai College, Mumbai. He was a regular member of the college drama, dance and cultural team. Rajput rose to fame with his appearances in “Dharti Ka Veer Yodha Prithviraj Chauhan” and “Dharam Veer”. In the serial Prithivi Raj Chauhan, he plays the character of the lead actor's childhood friend. His acting career continued with a major role in “Crazy Stupid Ishq” on Channel V. This television series has a youthful theme which is quite contrast with his role in Prithivi Raj Chauhan. Similarly, his role in Crazy Stupid Ishq will also see him donning a more modern and youthful avatar. By successfully portraying different avatars, this young actor has proved his versatility very early on in his career. Harsh's other significant television shows include Hitler Didi and Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke. Harsh has also appeared in movies Krantiveer: The Revolution, Aalaap and Shobhana's Seven Nights. Krantiveer: The Revolution is the sequel to hit classic movie by the name Krantiveer. Although, it is very early to make any sweeping statement, it would be safe to say that this 27 years old actor has shown great promise by delivering unique and startling performances in movies and serials alike. Harsh Rajput has all the qualities to be one of the finest actors of our Indian television.   Another version of this story... Harsh Rajput is a young Indian television actor. He was born on January 5, 1988 at Navsari,Gujarat. He studied at Mithibai College at Mumbai, where he joined drama troupes, dance and cultural teams together with actor, Mehul Vyas. He has done his first pivotal role as Pundir in the historical drama show, Dharti Ka Veer Yodha Prithviraj Chauhan which was aired on Star Plus, a story that is based on the life of Prithviraj Chauhan, an Indian emperor in the 12th century. His next appearance was in the period drama, Dharam Veer on NDTV Imagine, where he played as Agni, the son of Jaivardhan who has passion to take the throne. He was also part of the television series, Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke on Zee TV, where he bagged the role of Bittu, the mentally challenged boy who looks normal but his childish behavior appears when he start talking and the younger brother of Kabir (played by Piyush Sahdev) in the serial. Rahul Pendkalkar and Harsh Rajput essayed the role of Ishaan Sharma in the soap, Hitler Didi on Zee TV. In 2013, he played as Ishaan on Sphere Origins drama show, Crazy Stupid Ishq on Channel V India. Recently, he did an episodic in the television series, Yeh Hai Aashiqui, where he essayed the role of Ayush, a rich lad who has all kinds of phobias in life and opposite him is Vasundhara (played by Nida Chakraborty). Harsh first film role was in the Bollywood action film Krantiveer: The Revolution in 2010. The brilliant actor found himself part of the film almost by pure luck and believes that it is the best way to start his film acting career. Harsh was currently doing the telefilm, Raju ben by Anurag Kashyap and as part of Sony TV’s television series entitled, Specials @ 10 when he met Mehul Kumar, the director of the film. One of his friends suggested his name to the director and he was luckily selected to play the role of Uday Patenkar, the son of the Chief Minister in the film. Prior to this, Harsh Rajput has done a film for youth who has passion for music entitled, Aalaap in year 2012, along with Amit Purohit, Abid Shameem and Ruhi Chaturvedi. The film is the directorial debut of Manish Manikpuri. In the same year, he also acted as Hitesh in the film, Shobhana’s 7 Nights which stars Raveena Tandon, Rohit Roy and Atif.    

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