Rajiv Laxman is known for his nasty image from the auditions of MTV Roadies, where he not only grilled the contestant, but sometimes made many cry. He has a feared screen presence, that also has an element of humor. 

Born on 15 April 1975 at Machilipatnam, Andhra Pradesh, Rajiv has a twin brother named Raghu Ram, who co- hosted the MTV Roadies since the year 2001. However, Raghu comes across as the angrier headed personality than Rajiv from their venture at MTV Roadies. Rajiv is also involved the Stunt program named Jaanbaaz.

The brothers started in their acting career with Farah Khan movie that starred the Khiladi fame actor Akshay Kumar named Tees Maar Khan. However, the movie tanked disastrously at the box office and there were few takers for the performance of Rajiv. The brothers are frequently in the nightlife circuit and are mostly in the news regularly. They recently starred in the television commercial made by Pepsi, that themed around the idea, “Crash the IPL,” which got the brothers much fame. Rajiv has a wife named Susan and son named Noah. He has maintained a presence on the blog circuit and writes heavily about things from his life.

Rajiv was in the news recently for Pole Dancing with Lilly Singh at the Hauz Khas Village. It was at the Moonshine Café Bar, when Anish Sood (Electronic Dance Musician) was playing house music at the Moon Shine Bar at the Delhi Party.
Raja Kapse Hindi Actor

Raja Kapse

Raja Kapse is an Indian thespian who is famous for his supporting roles in telecine industry. Born in a Marathi family, he decided to pursue theater as a career option. So, he performed key roles in Marathi and Hindi language plays which enhanced his reputation among the artists. Since then, he has featured in many TV and films. In Sanjay LeelaBhansali’s 2002 magnum opus Devdas which is a tale of Devdas who resorts to alcohol after losing his childhood sweetheart Paro, Kapse executed the part of a doctor. With superstars such as Shah Rukh Khan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, and Madhuri Dixit, Devdas became a “blockbuster” and broke several records at that time. In 2003, he starred as a minister in Rohit Shetty’s Zameen which focused on Kandahar airplane hijacking. Later, he turned up as Mr. Sen in Sau JhoothEkSach which came out in 2004. He was a part of the controversial Chand Bujh Gaya which revolved around the Gujarat riots and was the heroine’s father in ShariqueMinhaj’s first attempt. He played a Sufi Fakir in Unns: Love Forever. His next high-profile outing was RajkumarSantoshi’sHallaBol which depicted a common man’s crusade against the corruption in India. HallaBol had Ajay Devgn, VidyaBalan, and Pankaj Kapur but did not live upto the fans’ expectations and could not perform well throughout the country. In Ganesh Acharya’s Money Hai Toh Honey Hai, people saw him as the police inspector. Kapse was involved in a smartly-executed “99” as Kewal Pandey, and the crowd liked 99 for its sharp utilization of its cast members. Again, he reprised the role of a finance minister in ChalChalein which screened in the year 2009. His first 2010 release was Swaha: Life Beyond Superstition. In the same year, he donned the role of a sports commentator in the critically-acclaimed Lahore. Set amidst the turbulent relations between India and Pakistan, Lahore uses an example of a boxing event to showcase the mindset shown by the boxers while sharing the rivalry. Lahore won two National Awards in the 57th edition. But it did not release in Pakistan due to apparent negative portrayal of the country. In the world of small screen, he shared space with foreign artists in Baby Sellers which uncovered the uncomfortable truths in the domain of baby trafficking. Even the United Nations appreciated it and invited the team to its Eco Soc Chamber. He has “Narayan Narayan” and “AekChaabiPados Mein” to the list of his filmography where he played the mythological figure Brahma in Big Magic’s Narayan Narayan

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