Ranvijay Singh is the prolific television host of MTV Roadies. He has established himself as the star of the show and is known for his good looks, tough personality, and charming demeanor. He hails from an Army background and was about to join Army after coming out of the college. However, he tried his luck to win a Karizma Bike at the MTV Roadies Season 1 and he got succeeded. After that, MTV gave him an opportunity to host the show, and he took it up with both hands. 

However, his foray in films has not been as successful as his foray in the television industry, as most of his films did not do well. He did a film named, Toss: A Flip of Destiny, but the movie went unnoticed. Then he did London Dreams, which did not garner him much appreciation and the fate of his later movies has been similar. 

He has also tried his hand in ads and has generated quite a fan following with his ads. He is passionate about bikes and has confessed that he likes to date and he has been recently involved with MTV VJ Anusha Dandekar, however, the couple says they are not dating anymore and are just friends. However, he has mostly been in the news for all the right reasons and has carried his image very well. He comes across as a chocolate boy. However, his roadie image also gives his personality a sense of him being macho.
Rajeev Khandelwal Hindi Actor

Rajeev Khandelwal

Rajeev Khandelwal is a model turned film and television actor. He was born on October 16, 1975 in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. Initially, the actor works as a Production Controller in a production house in Delhi. Later, he became a model for brands like LML, Kodak Express, Green Label Whisky, Videocon Refrigerators and more. He studied at St. Xavier’s College in Ahmedabad and took up B.Sc Chemistry Honors in college. His parents are Vijayalaxmi Khandelwal and Col. C. L. Khandelwal.His passion for acting started in the television serial, Kya Hadsaa Kya Haqeeqat in year 2002, opposite Pallavi Kulkarni. He then played as Sujal Garewal in the Balaji Telefilms’ Kahiin to Hoga. In year 2005, Rajeev played as Varun Awasthi, an Intelligence Officer of the Research and Analysis Wing, in the Hindi political thriller serial, Time Bomb 9/11 on Zee TV. In the same year, the actor also portrayed the role of ACP Prithviraj in the crime detective show, C.I.D on Sony TV. In 2006, he portrayed the role of Captain Rajveer Singh Shekhawat in the youth-oriented television series, Left Right Left on SAB TV. Besides acting, Rajeev became a presenter in shows like Deal Ya No Deal, Supercars and the reality show, Sach Ka Saamna. Rajeev was also featured in SunLeyna, a television show in Pakistan. He was also seen in several music videos like Jhoom Jhoom of Saru Maini and more. He made his debut in the big screen in year 2008 through the Hindi psychological crime thriller film, Aamir, under the direction of Raj Kumar Gupta, followed by Shaitan in year 2011. In the same year, he portrayed the role of a deaf DJ in Soundtrack by Neerav Gosh. In year 2012, he appeared in the romantic comedy film, ‘Will You Marry Me?’ then in 2013, he was paired with Tena Desae in Aditya Dutt’s mystery thriller film, Table No. 21. Rajeev also donned films like Ishq Actually, Samrat & Co. and DOA Death of Amar.He won the Best Jodi Award at the Star Parivaar Awards in 2004 together with Amna Shariff. He got married on February 7, 2011 to Manjiri Kamtikar. He claimed that he is an atheist.


Raashul Tandon

Coming from Lucknow, Raashul Tandon always had the support of his family when he chose to become an actor. He first started off with learning and training in Anupam Kher’s school ‘Actor Prepares’. After completing his training, Raashul starred in a Yash Raj production called ‘Seven’ where he played one of the lead roles. He played the role of a boy named Hriday Atri, who had the power to save the world. He has appeared in many ads for Fiat Punto and Airtel. After his participation in a theater event organized by Times of India he even received the award for ‘Best Actor’ and from there on became a fairly popular actor. Raashul did his graduation from National College. After graduating, he shifted to Mumbai in 2009 to start training as an actor at Anupam Kher’s school. Since his debut in ‘Seven’, Raashul landed roles in shows like ‘Humari Saas Leela’, ‘Pavitra Rishta’ and ‘Balveer’. Later on, he managed to get in the movie Heropanti, where he played the role of an NRI photographer and had to gain 8 kilos. Even though the film got 3.5 stars from the critics, it wasn’t much appreciated by the audience. He was also in the 2014 movie ‘Mad about Dance’ where he played the role of a character named GG. This movie received three stars from the critics and was well acclaimed for its dance routines but not so much for its acting. After that role, he also acted in the movieBarkhaa for which he had to lose 11 kilos. The movie received mixed reviews as some people thought it was too old-fashioned and others appreciated it for the old Hindi movie quality. As of now Raashul has no more upcoming films planned.

Raashul Tandon Hindi Actor