Rajeev Bhardwaj

Other names of Rajeev Bhardwaj: Rajeev Bharadwaj

Rajeev Bharadwaj is the actor of Indian origin widely known for playing mythological characters in TV shows like Chandragupta Maurya(2011). He played the character of Badrabhatt in it. Rajeev is a professional computer engineer and more of a social worker. He worked in the corporate world for a while but left as soon as he received Nikhil Sinha’s offer of playing the role of Maharishi Kashyap in the serial Devon Ke Dev Mahadev. It was his debut show, and he got to play such a bold character.

He has become famous for playing several mythological characters like Rawat Chundawat in the TV show Bharat Ka Veer Putra-Maharana Pratap which airs on SONY channel. This serial consists of popular names like Shakti Anand, Aashka Goradia, Rajshree Thakur, etc. It will be soon joined by Rajeev Bharadwaj. The name Rajeev Bharadwaj remains in the news often as he is one of the actors who finds happiness in helping the society. Recently, Gates Foundation organized a campaign for women empowerment, for the development of orphans and for the cure of cancer patients. This campaign was anchored by Rajeev. He didn't just give his name to the campaign but also devoted his time equally.

He did a rigorous promotion of the campaign in states like Madhya Pradesh, Delhi, Himachal, etc. He travelled these states especially to explain people the importance of this campaign and convinced them to donate money for it. He also entertained people by implying different techniques. Because of his help, the Foundation managed to collect lakhs of rupees as a donation, which will be now used to bring a social change in the country. To honor Rajeev, Gate Foundation kept a felicitation ceremony in Delhi where he was awarded for his outstanding contribution towards the society, and they named him "The Person of the Year."

His proud mother received the award on his behalf. Even after doing so much, Rajeev is a simple and a down-to-Earth person. He was recommended by his journalist friend for the campaign. On asking Rajeev says, women empowerment is necessary for both rural and urban areas where women are downtrodden and are not allowed to pursue their dreams. They are looked upon as inferior in the society which we need to change. Rajeev is a man of morals. This can be seen in the types of roles he plays. He has also done a short role in the movie Dum Maaro Dum and was featured in the show Palak in the year 2008.

Rajeev Mehta

Rajeev Mehta is a famous Indian television and Bollywood film actor and a known face to the Gujarati theatre. He started his acting career in year 1992 through the film, Beta. In 1995, he made a cameo appearance in the 1995 Aamir Khan and Urmila Matondkar’s starrer film, Bollywood Dreams (Rangeela) as a steward in a restaurant. He also made appearances in another Ram Gopal Varma’s directorial films, Daud in 1997 and Satya in 1998. Rajeev also acted in the Hindi action film, Khiladi 420 as Rajiv. Few years after, he made an appearance in the box-office film, Waqt: The Race Against Time by Vipul Shah. Five years after, he was starred as Praful Tulsidas Parekh in the Bollywood comedy film, Khichdi: The Movie which also features Anang Desai and Supriya Pathak. The film is based on the television series, Khichdi and Instant Khichdi on STAR India. In 2011, he played as Prem in Amitabh Bachchan’s starrer film, Bbuddah…Hoga Terra Baap. He bagged the role of Arun Ghokle in the Telugu crime action film, Businessman in 2012. In 2013, he appeared in the box-office Punjabi film, Sadda Haq and in the same year, he was debuted in the Gujarati industry through the film, Happy Family Pvt. Ltd. Rajeev won the Best Actor for a Gujarati Film award at the 13th Annual Transmedia Gujarati Screen and Stage Awards which was held in Mumbai, for his performance as Uttam Mehta in the film.He got his big break on television after essaying the negative role as Sameer Purushottam Nanavati in the Hindi series, Ek Mahal Ho Sapno Ka on Sony TV. Rajeev received a nomination for Best Actor in a Negative Role at the Indian Telly Award for his performance in the series in 2002. He gained more popularity and accolades for his character as Praful Parekh, the eldest in the Tulsidas and an extremely stupid guy who never does anything right on Hats Off Productions and UTV Software Communications’ Khichdi on STAR Plus from 2002 to 2003. This was followed with the same role in Khichdi’s sequel entitled, Instant Khichdi and a special appearance as Praful Parekh in the fantasy sitcom, Shararat in 2005. Rajeev made a guest appearance on Neel Telefilms’ Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah on SAB TV to promote the Khichdi: The Movie in 2010. Later, he was cast as Dalichand, the father of Devki (played by Esha Kansara) in the TV series, Mukti Bandhan on Colors. He donned a supporting role as Nikhilesh Majumdar in the comedy drama series, Ek Doosre Se Karte Hain Pyaar Hum in 2012. He replaces Manoj Joshi on another Hats Off Productions’ comedy drama show, Bh Se Bhade on Zee TV in 2013.

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