Shakti Singh is an Indian actor. He is also a voice actor. He has done dubbing many national and international films. He was one who gave Hindi voice to ‘Commodus’ character in Gladiator, Iron Monkey in ‘Iron Monkey’ movie, Agent K in all Men in Black series and Caledon Nathan Hockley in “ Titanic Click to look into! >> Read More... Titanic ”. This uncredited artist was born on 9th October. He is married to Janhavi Singh, this couple has been blessed with two beautiful kids. He has also acted in television dramas, so far he has acted in three television programs , one aired in star plus TV, one has been aired in Colors TV and the other is aired in Zee TV. He is a well-known dubbing artist, but in a recent article titled “Audible Success”, it has been clearly stated how the voice actors and actresses are not credited for their hard work. This article states that Shakti Singh and many other voice artists are also Bollywood stars but are hardly recognized. This people do lots of work and have become permanent Hindi dubbing artist for many Hollywood actors but are never acclaimed. Singh has become the permanent Hindi dubbing artist for Hollywood Actor George Clooney. He has also given voices to many Bollywood stars but the producers make sure their names are not even revealed, thus even when they work in a Blockbuster movie they are never recognized neither awarded.
Rajesh Khera Hindi Actor

Rajesh Khera

Rajesh Khera is a popular Indian television and voice actor. He was born on October 26, 1968. He participated in many stage plays at school and acting has been his passion. At first, he tried to study MBA, CA and Hotel Management but he ends up on what he loves the most, acting. Rajesh was from Pune and in August 1993, he came to Mumbai to pursue his dream of becoming an actor. Initially, he did some voice over and worked in an ad agency. He also dubs for foreign movies into Hindi language like the American film, Predators from which he dubs the character of Royce (played by Adrien Brody). Rajesh has no formal training in acting so he struggle a bit on his first few years. Vinod Pandey gave him a small role on DD1’s Reporter. Later, he appeared in the television serials like Tara on Zee TV, Swaabhimaan on DD National, Raahein, Saaya and Raahat. Most of the roles he bagged were negative, so he felt he was stagnating. He shifted to films and was debuted in Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa in 1998. Later, he did the films, Josh, Hu Tu Tu, Taal, Tum Bin, Om Jai Jagadish and Samay.  He was also seen in the Bollywood film, Naach by Ram Gopal Varma. He played as Bull in the crime thriller film, Karam in 2005. Then he did many films including Hate Story 2 which was released this year. Rajesh also joined the reality show, Survivor on Star Plus channel. He gained more fame through the popular series, Jassi Jaissi Koi Nahin on Sony Entertainment Television. The series was adapted from the Columbian telenovela, Yo Soy Betty, La Fea. Rajesh bagged the role of Maddy, a gay fashion designer with a frilly hairdo. Rajesh was also part of the series, Left Right Left on SAB TV where he acted as Major Bhargav. He received many praises from the viewers for his performance in this serial. He also played a cameo role in Sony TV’s Anamika, donning the avatar of Shaitaan. In 2012, Rajesh acted as Sanam, a cross-dressing judge in the Hindi series, Aasman Se Aage on Life OK. In 2013, Rajesh was back in doing stage plays. He did the play, ‘Knock, Knock!’ which was adapted in the English play entitled, Sleuth by Anthony Shaffer. Recently, he played as Maharani, a nasty transgender in the Indian soap, Uttaran on Colors TV. Rajesh was asked is he’s not afraid of being typecast since he does similar roles; he said that he is open to all kinds of offers and that he can play any kind of characters. He also donned the character of Mahatma Gandhi in a documentary film.

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