Murli Sharma is a well known actor of television and Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Marathi and Malayalam movies. He was born on 9th August 1972 in Guntur (Andhra Pradesh). He has played character of villain, police officer and criminal in many movies he worked with. He has also done some television dramas such as “Zindagi Teri Meri Kahani hai”,”Hum ne li hai- Shapath” aired on Life Ok, “Siddanth” and “Guns and Roses” aired on Star one channel. He has worked in movie named “ Singham” playing character of senior and corrupt police officer.

Name of few movies in which he worked, ‘Jaane Tu… Ya Jaane Na’ (2008), Golmaal Returns’ (2008), Mere Khwabon Mein Jo Aaye’ (2009), Chal Chala Chal’ (2009), 13B: Fear Has a New Address’ (2009), ‘Saluun’ (2009), ‘ Rokkk’ (2010), ‘ Shaapit’ (2010), ‘ Lamhaa’ (2010), Dabangg’ (2010), Golmaal 3’ (2010), Chatur Singh Two Star’ (2011), ‘Singham’ (2011), OMG: Oh My God!’ (2012), Sunday’ (2008), ‘ One Two Three’ (2008), ‘ Dhamaal’ (2007), ‘ Dhol’ (2007), ‘ Black Friday’ (2007), ‘ Laaga Chunari Mein Daag’ (2007), ‘Mangal Pandey: The Rising’ (2005), ‘ Ek Khiladi Ek Haseena’ (2005), ‘Apaharan’ (2005), ‘ Main Hoon Na’ (2004), ‘ Dil Vil Pyar Vyar’ (2002), ‘The Memsahib’ (2006) ,‘Maqbool’ (2003). He has got married to actress Ashwini Kaleskar and currently residing in Mumbai.

Daniel Balaji Hindi Actor

Daniel Balaji

Daniel Balaji is a prominent figure in Tamil Cinema and television serial industry. He is the nephew of famous Kannada director Shri Siddalingaiah and brother of famous Tamil actor Murali. He was born and brought up in Chennai and Kolkata. From childhood itself, he showed a feverish inclination to acting.He made his first appearance in television through Tamil serial “Chinthi” in which he played the character called “Daniel”. It brought wide adulation and attention to him. In his second serial “Alaigal” by Director Sundar K Vijayan, he was named as Daniel Balaji owing to wide spread recognition he received from the debut performance. Daniel played the role of a drug addict in the serial. His performance was much appreciated for intense and passionate acting.He made his introductory appearance in Tamil film industry through “April Maadhathil” a story telling the rare friendship of 8 friends including boys and girls . He played the role of a police officer in the movie “Kaakha Kaakha” and it was well received. “April Madhathil” - a love story portraying the intense love of two teenagers, “Kadhal Kondain”- another blockbuster hit love story, “Kaakha Kaakha” - a suspense thriller movie, ”Polladhavan’, “Chirutha” - a romantic hit, “Marumugam”, “Vai Raja Vai” etc are some of his noticeable performance. In Polladhavan, Daniel plays the role of criminal with underground connections and in Vai Raja Vai he played the role of a street vendor. Both were well received by his audience.He shows extreme commitment to his work. For his character in “Vettayadu Vilayadu” which has homosexual references, he called on public chat rooms where he got the opportunity to mingle with people of that stock. He conversed with them, learned about their emotions, their body language and their temperamental inclination. That is the kind of dedication and sincerity he shows to his roles and character selection. In a short time, he was able to make his foot prints in Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada film industry also. He acted in the Telugu adaptation of Kaakha Kaakha and acted in two Malayalam films also. He is one of the blessed guys to work with legendaries like Kamala Hassan, Surya, Mammotty etc.

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Rahul Dev

Rahul Dev is an Indian model turned film and television actor. He was born as Rahul Dev Samra on September 27, 1968 in New Delhi, India to a Khatri Punjabi household. He studied at St. Columba’s School in Delhi where he used to be a fast bowler. Gursharan Singh, a former cricket player saw him bowling and he got impressed so he asked Rahul to join his academy. However, Rahul is more focused on his studies at that time. His father was once a police commissioner in Delhi and his brother, Mukul Dev is also an actor. In the early 90’s Rahul has donned modeling. He was the first Indian to be featured in GQ Magazine’s London Edition with 6-pages story. He is also a regular face of the popular brand, Hugo Boss.   Rahul Dev was supposedly debuted as an actor through the unfinished Bollywood film, Dus in 1997. But the director, Mukul S. Anand died during the time that the film was still in production. He was then debuted in the 2000 film, Champion which stars Sunny Deol and Manisha Koirala. He played the villainous role of Naseer Ahmed, the threat to the life of Abbas (played by Abhishek Sharma) and his performance gained him nomination for Best Performance in a Negative Role at the Filmfare Award, Best Actor in a Negative Role and the Most Promising Newcomer at the Screen Award. Since then, he started to do villain roles in many films including the Punjabi film, Dharti in year 2011.   Rahul has done more than 60 films including Aashiq, Asoka, Takkari Dhonga, 23 March 1931: Shaheed, Parasuram, Supari, Kyon?, 88 Antop Hill, Omkara, Aan: Men At Work, Kyon Ki, Mazhai, Vidyarthi, Fight Club – Members Only, Sarhad Paar, Pournami, Munna, Tulasi, U Me Aur Hum, Premi No. 1, Yodha, Mirza The Untold Story, Naayak, Shadow, Jatt Boys – Putt Jattan De, Yevadu, and a lot more. He was also part of the Oriya-language film, Mahanayak in 2007. Rahul also donned the Malayalam film, RajadhiRaja which stars Mammootty and the Punjabi film, Hikk Naal in 2014. Also, in year 2003. His performance as Shekhar Srivastav in the Hindi crime thriller film, Footpath won the Best Villain Award at the Zee Cine Award in 2004.   In 2013, Rahul made his debut in television. He bagged the role of Demon Arunasur who will fight against Lord Shiva (played by Mohit Raina) in the drama series, Devon Ke Dev… Mahadev on Life OK.  Rahul got married to Rina Dev in year 1998 but she dies on May 16, 2009 due to cancer. Their son, Siddharth was only eleven years old when his mother died

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