Hrishikesh Pandey is the name of a reserved, quiet actor whom most of the Indian audience will identify as macho cop Sachin from crime drama ‘C.I.D.’ on Sony Entertainment Television India. He was born on the 11th of December, 1974 and has been a model featuring both in the fashion industry and TV advertisements. Hrishikesh started out as an actor playing Vishal in Kohi Apna Sa Kohi Apna Sa was broadcasted on Zee TV. Ekta Kapoo >> Read More... , Anurag in the Zee TV series Piya Ka Ghar This reality show has a story on life of a young g >> Read More... which aired in 2003 and as Shakti in the series Hamari Betiyoon Ka Vivaa. Other serials he has acted in include Shaadi Street It was a Deepti Bhatnagar show all the way! She no >> Read More... , a short appearance on Kahani Ghar Ghar Ki, ‘Achanak’, Raat Hone Ko Hai, Kahani Teri Merii, ‘Sati’, Kamini Damini Kamini Damini was a television series broadcast on >> Read More... and ‘Saakshi’.

As of late, he has stuck to C.I.D. also playing the role of Sachin in one episode of popular crime series ‘ Adaalat  Adaalat is an Indian television courtroom drama s >> Read More... ’. He is continuously offered roles in many other series but he declines them because he is currently content with C.I.D. Outside of the entertainment world, Hrishikesh is an exemplary son as well - when he had just started out his career, his father had become a patient of cancer despite having lived a very healthy life without smoking cigarettes or drinking alcohol. Both of them fought till the ordeal ended even though Hrishikesh was alone at that time what with his brother being posted in the army.

Like his father, Hrishikesh is also a health-conscious person, eating healthy food and exercising regularly, allowing himself to binge-eat only once a week. He likes watching education channels such as Animal Planet and National Geographic and also listening to music such as ghazals, reading poetry and writing; he wishes that he could sing as well. Hrishikesh is married to his long-time girlfriend Trisha whom he loves and cares for very much; together, they have a son named Dakshay.

Honey Chhaya Hindi Actor

Honey Chhaya

Honey Chhaya is a prominent film and television actor, director, cinematographer, film editor, script writer and a musician. He has acted in more than 65 plays, 20 feature films and television shows; he also donned several advertisements, more than a hundred ad films and he directed and scripted many Gujarati films. Honey was born and raised up in Rajkot, Gujarat. His father teaches Sanskrit and Literature. He developed his passion for acting at the age of six, when he acted as a patient in a school play, then he did theatre in college. After that, he became interested in filmmaking. Honey is also an aspiring musician and has a passion for Indian classical music.Honey was seen in the 2004 Bollywood crime drama film, Jaago. He appeared as Fardounjee Sethna, the neglected father of Dinshaw (played by Naseeruddin Shah) and Farrokh (played by Boman Irani) in the English language Indian film, Being Cyrus in 2006; a film where he earned positive reviews. He played as the grandfather in the short film, Sukrit’s Sunday in 2008 and he also acted in the British drama film, Slumdog Millionaire. In the same year, he played the role of Bapuji in Hindi political thriller film, Firaaq. He was the old man in jail in the Bollywood film, Blue Oranges in 2009, and later, he bagged the role of Hasmukhbhai Shukla in the social comedy film, ‘What’s Your Raashee?’. He essayed the role of an old man in the Hindi comedy film, Na Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke and played the role of Nani Anjuman in the Bollywood film, Tum Milo Toh Sahi in 2010. In the same year, the actor is also part of the box-office hit film, Dabangg in 2010 and in 2011, he was seen as the young Wasim in the British comedy drama film, The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. Subsequently, he donned the role of Jagdishbhai in the satirical comedy film, ‘OMG – Oh My God!’ in 2012.Besides being a film actor, he is also popular for his television roles. Honey Chhaya played as the caretaker in the British crime show, Bombay Blue in 1997. The brilliant actor gained more fame after essaying the character of Narsi Kaka in the television dramedy series, Baa Bahoo Aur Baby on Star Plus. In 2009, he acted as Ramu Kaka on NDTV Imagine’s Seeta Aur Geeta. Honey is the associate writer, together with Salim Khan in the Bollywood film, Majhdhaar in 1996 which stars Salman Khan and Manisha Koirala.


Imran Siddiqui

Imran Siddiqui have worked in theatre, film and television for more than a decade now. He has served a variety of production houses such as Balaji Telefilms, Cinevistaas, Sphere Origins, DJ’s A Creative Unit and Siddhanth Cinevision.He has an abundant experience in directing, casting, pre and post production, scheduling and more. He worked as an assistant director on Sony TV’s Kuch Jhuki Palkein. Imran is the assistant dialogue writer in the Balaji Telefilms’ Rekha Modi and also the acting scheduler in the Hindi serial, Ye Meri Life Hai on Sony TV. He also worked as an associate executive producer for the comedy drama series, Kituu Sabb Jaantii Hai which was aired on Sahara One. He was also the executive producer of Saathii Re on STAR One and Jersey No. 10 on SAB TV. Imran also worked as a casting director for the television serials including Dil Mil Gaye, Yahan Ke Hu Sikandar, Lo Hogai Pooja Is Ghar Ki, Balika Vadhu, Grihati, Mohe Rang De, Chhoti Bahu, Jugni Chali Jalandar and Bhaskar Bharti. He also acted as Mohammad Ali Jinnah in the 2005 short story film, Toba Tek Singh.He also launched the English version of his book, From Sex to Over-Consciousness in March 2013 while the Hindi version entitled, Sambhog Se Sarvanaash Ki Aur was launched in January 2013. The book serves as an eye-opener to the youth and brings an intellectual message as to how Osho has misunderstood the Indian culture and religion. Both versions receive positive response to the readers.

Imran Siddiqui Hindi Actor