Surjit Saha is a television actor and a model of Indian origin. He played the character of ‘AgentQ’ in Badi Door Se Aaye Hai telecasted on SAB TV. Before starting his career as an actor, Surjit was a fashion stylist. The actor made his first appearance on television in the show called
on SAB TV where he played the character of ‘
’. After watching his performance on the screen, Surjit was soon offered to play a BAIR (Bureau of Alien Research) agent on the drama, Badi Door Se Aaye Hai. He played the character of ‘AgentQ’ on the show. Surjit has also done a show called on Colors TV in 2015 where he played the role of ‘Alok.’ Saha has also done several print shoots for the newspaper like The Telegraph (Calcutta) and Sakalbela. Saha was born in Kolkata and is youngest of the two siblings.
He went to St. Mary’s Orphanage & Day School for schooling and has acquired higher education from the same school which is situated in Kolkata. Before starting the career as an actor, Surjit is seen in few commercials like Bajaj Allianz General Insurance. He has also done modeling for MTV style check. Surjit in 2016 was offered the lead role in Pakistani TV serial '
.' Hum Dono was the first international project of Saha. The plot of ‘Hum Dono’ revolves around an Indian guy, who travels to Pakistan for the first time to fulfill his grandfather's last wish to meet his brother in Pakistan. To fulfill his last wish, he soon went to Pakistan and later is seen falling in love with a Pakistani girl, and everything gets interestingly twisted from this point. Surjit so far is the first Indian actor to get a part in a mainstream Pakistani drama.
The first episode of the screenplay, which was released in September 2016, received immense appreciations from a large group of audiences. Apart from acting in TV shows, Surjit has also been part of ‘Rise 2017,’ a calendar spreading awareness about Parkinson's disease (long-term degenerative disorder of the central nervous system that mainly affects the motor system). The actor connected to this noble cause through his friends who come up with an innovative way for spending the awareness about Parkinson’s. Surjit also supports ‘Hrishikesh's Centre of Contemporary Dance.’ It’s a dance club founded by Hrishikesh Pawar, a 33-year-old contemporary and classical dancer, and choreographer. ‘Hrishikesh's Centre of Contemporary Dance’ is working since 2009 to help the people having Parkinson’s by improving the flexibility in their body using dance technique. Surjit has participated in some fundraising events for this community.