Born in Delhi, Indresh Malik completed his studies at Kirori Mal College. He had always yearned to act and even attempted to focus on theatre work after college, but his father forced the family business’s management on him.

Indresh has worked in the following TV serials - 12/24 Karol Bagh (Zee TV) as Rajiv Bhalla Bio coming soon... >> Read More... , which he reprised in the Zee TV series Preet Se Bandhi Ye Dori Ram Milaayi Jodi as well; Haar Jeet Haar Jeet is a Hindi language television drama air >> Read More... (Imagine TV) as Anika; I Luv My India (SAB TV) as Rajendhra Sethi. He has predominantly played negative roles though his most recent role in Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon (Colors) as the gay character Bittu ji - who was largely involved in helping the main characters - was one of the few positive people on the show.

Although Indresh likes to play diverse roles, be it positive or negative, he is sure he will never get the opportunity to play the lead role due to the need for stereotypical “good-looking” men in entertainment. The upbeat man had a chance meeting at a young age with Leena, the daughter of one of his father’s friends; the two liked each other immediately, leading to their marriage when he was 21 years old. They have 2 sons together, Kush and Kabir.

Since Indresh’s foray into the entertainment field, Leena has been very supportive of his career as well as managing the family business on his behalf. The small actor, standing at roughly 5 feet 5 inches, likes fashion designing, poetry, plays and cooking. He aspires to write in the future and is an atheist who firmly believes in the power of karma. Indresh is a friendly person and shares a good rapport with his co-stars including Vivian Dsena Vivian Dsena is a charming, young and talented tel >> Read More... from Madhubala – Ek Ishq Ek Junoon.

Indraneel Bhattacharya Hindi Actor

Indraneel Bhattacharya

Indraneel Bhattacharya a.k.a. Neel is an actor from Mumbai born on the 14th of October, 1970. He received his education at St. Xavier’s College where he got a B.A. in Economics and Political Sciences; in college, he was involved in various activities like the inter-college festival, the drama club, streets plays and sports. After that, he went to Campion School and Mumbai University to further his studies in Economics and Political Sciences, Hindi, English and Drama. Again, he participated in many activities there. Indraneel has had important roles in the TV serials Mere Ghar Aayi Ek Nanhi Pari (Colors, 2009), ‘Kumkum’ (Star Plus, 2002), ‘Khwaish’ (Sony Entertainment Television Global, (2007), ‘Kasturi’ (Star Plus, 2007), Yeh Pyar Na Hoga Kam (Colors, 2009) and Sasural Genda Phool (Star Plus, 2010). He has also worked in movies, acting as Bigthan in One Night with the King (2006), an American film based on the life of Hadassah, a Jewish girl who becomes the Queen of Persia; as Rahul in the Dutch drama movie The Domino Effect (2012) which touches on the possible issues that could arise from a world economy collapse; as Passenger 1 in the Indian documentary Shanu Taxi (2006). The 5 feet, 7.25 inches tall actor tied the knot with fellow actress Anjali Mukhi on April 30th, 2005. They both are the proud owners of 4 pet animals. Indraneel actively works to protect wildlife, frequently calling people on social media, to sign petitions against animal harming and cruelty. The humorous, witty actor is currently seen in the ongoing soap opera Gustakh Dil which airs on the channel Life OK.


Iqbal Azad

The experienced actor Iqbal Azad is native to the city of Gujarat. However, his father grew up in Mumbai and then moved to Patna which led him to be brought up in both the cities. Conversely, his mother was from Himachal, so Iqbal refers to himself as belonging to 4 states; he strongly believes in the importance of keeping in mind where one came from. Iqbal had always been interested in acting and had planned on becoming an actor from a very young age. In his 12th grade, he worked at an amateur theatre and took his career from there. He has appeared in many serials of different types and movies as well. In the year 2005, he played the character of Abbas Ali Baig a.k.a. Boxer in the crime drama Special Squad (Star One). Boxer was a reformed bad boy who had turned into a hard-core detective but because of his previous dark background, he could understand why people turned to committing crimes. This created sympathy in him and he continued to strive in trying to rehabilitate criminals. Nevertheless, he was an excellent investigator with his wit and skills. Then, he was brought to the series Sajda Tere Pyaar Mein on Star Plus along with Rohit Roy as a way of increasing the ratings of the otherwise averagely doing show. The show never revived itself, though, and ended its short run the same year it began. Iqbal also appeared in the episode “Witness” for the episodic Star Best Sellers and on the serial, Choti Maa. Moreover, he appeared on the drama, Crime Patrol, and thriller movie '340' (2009), ‘Mukt’ (2001) and had a special appearance in the film It’s a Man’s World (2010). Apart from this, he further served as the replacement for Abir Goswami on the Sahara One show Ghar Aaja Pardesi in 2013. Iqbal is currently seen in the show Nadaniyaan – Teen Naadaanon Ki Kahaani that has been airing since 2013 on BIG Magic. This show was a remake of the Pakistani comedy serial of the same name where Iqbal plays the role of lazy TV writer, Naman Verma (Nandu) who is perpetually unemployed. The actor likes singing and listening to music in his free time. His favorite colors are maroon and navy blue, with his favorite food being grilled chicken. His inspiration is his mother.

Iqbal Azad Hindi Actor