Praneet Bhatt, who has been recognized among the people of India for his acting as well as strong dialogues, was born on 26th September. After completing his engineering degree, he set foot in Tellywood through a debut show named, ‘
Kitni Mast Hai Zindagi’. He is more passionate about
World Cinema. During his early days in television, he was seen in the popular show, ‘
Hotel Kingston’. He made his appearances in other shows like ‘Kittu Sab Janti Hai’, which was a comedy-drama serial aired on Sahara One. He acted in many other shows like ‘Kaajal’, which was a daily serial aired on Sony Entertainment Television and ‘Shhh…Phir Koi Hai’, which was a thriller series telecasted in Star Plus. He has also acted in the serial ‘
Arslaan’, which was a fantasy series and played the role as Shefan. Thus, he proved his acting in almost all the genres.
Praneet Bhatt has the pride of having worked in several departments of film-making industry. He was famous as a professional theater actor too. He made his entry into Suvreen Guggal (Season 2) which aired on Channel [V]. In this, he played the character ‘Jolly’, which was noted down by several people. This one character made him to acquire the position as ‘topper of the year’. In and as Jolly, he played a character with negative shades coupled with the tinge of comedy as brother to Ira. He also played a lead role in the serial ‘
Geet Hui Sabse Parayi’ which aired in Star One. As Adi, Praneet Bhatt was able to steal many hearts through his lovable character.
At present, Praneet Bhatt is living in Mumbai and is playing the lead role, ‘Shakuni’ in the mythological narrative, ‘
Mahabharat’. It is widely said that Praneet has been making his preparations for this serial for a long time. This character is a significant one in the epic which has a specialty that Shakuni does not have an eye which required Praneet to close one eye always while acting. This is adding a sense of reality to the character. This indicates his dedication towards acting. Few days back, Praneet got injured on the sets, during Mahabharat shooting. However, this is not his first injury.