Ashutosh Rana

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Ashutosh Rana
ASHUTOSH RANA AT ATA PATA LAAPATA AUDIO RELEASE.jpg
Ashutosh Rana at Ata Pata Laapata Audio Release
Born Ashutosh Rana Ramnarayan Neekhra[1]
(1964-11-10) 10 November 1964 (age 49)
Gadarwara, Madhya Pradesh, India
Alma mater Dr. Hari Singh Gour University
Occupation Film actor, Television presenter
Spouse(s) Renuka Shahane
Children 2 (Shauryaman and Satyendra Rana)

Ashutosh Rana (Hindi: आशुतोष राणा; born Ashutosh Rana Ramnarayan Neekhra on 10 November 1964) is an Indian actor, working in Bollywood, as well Marathi, Kannada and Telugu film industries. He has also worked on television with shows such as Kaali – Ek Agnipariksha.

Biography[edit]

Rana is from Gadarwara dist.-Narsinghpur, Madhya Pradesh state. He spent his childhood in Gadarwara where he finished his primary school. He used to play the role of Ravana in the city Ramleela.

He went to the National School of Drama, New Delhi and studied acting.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Ashutosh Rana is married to Renuka Shahane, also a Bollywood actress. They have two sons Shouryaman and Satyendra. Ashutosh Rana has staunch faith in his Guru, whom he calls "Dadda Ji". It was Dadda Ji who suggested to Rana to take up the acting career. When Rana was about to enter the field of acting, Dadda ji told him to go to Bombay and meet Mahesh Bhatt and take any project which starts with the letter "S". When Rana got an offer of Swabhimaan from Mahesh Bhatt, he didn't wait for a second and grabbed the opportunity.

TV career[edit]

He started his career with the television serial Swabhimaan, followed by serials like, Farz, Sazish, Kabhi Kabhi, Waris and anchoring the TV show, Baazi Kiski.[3][4] He also hosted Sarkaar Ki Duniya, a reality show.Later, in 2010 he had acted in a Star Plus show Kaali- Ek Agnipariksha, where he played an extremely powerful negative role as Thakral.

Film career[edit]

He became known in Indian Cinema after his movie Dushman where he played a cold blooded murderer and psychopath killer. He is mostly given roles of antagonists in movies, particularly that of a killer. And in some movies he played supporting roles. He has acted in South Indian films, and is known as "Jeeva" in certain parts of the southern Indian Film Industry. He frequently appears in Mahesh Bhatt's films. He is playing the role of Alia Bhatt's father in Karan Johar's Humpty Sharma Ki Dulhania.[5]

He has acted in many Kannada films. He has shared screen space with South Indian Super Star Dr.Vishnuvardhan, a star of 220 movies in five different languages. He acted in the Kannada film Vishnu Vijaya starring Akshay Kumar.[6] He also acted with Dr.Vishnuvardhan in the 2005 released super hit film Vishnu Sena[7] and the 2007 released movie Kshana Kshana[8] that also starred Aditya and Prema.

Filmography[edit]

Film actor[edit]

=Hindi Films[edit]

Telugu Films[edit]

  • Tadakha (2013) ........as Bagga in Telugu Movie
  • Balupu (2013) ........as Poorna in Telugu Movie
  • Victory (2008) ........as Politician in Telugu Movie
  • Okka Magadu (2008)
  • Venky (2004) ........as Yogendra in Telugu Movie

Marathi Films[edit]

  • Sankasur (2013) ........Marathi Movie
  • Yeda (2013) ........Marathi Movie

Tamil films[edit]

Note:- The above 2011 schedule is subject to change.

Television presenter[edit]

Soap operas[edit]

Awards[edit]

Screen Weekly awards
  • 1999 Won Screen Weekly Award for Best Performance in a Negative Role for Dushman.
Zee Cine Awards
  • 2000 Won Zee Cine Award for Best Villain for Sangharsh.
Filmfare Best Villain Award
South Indian International Movie Awards

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