Rajeev Khandelwal

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Rajeev Khandelwal
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Khandelwal (2008)
Born 16th October 1975[1]
Jaipur, Rajasthan, India[2]
Residence Mumbai
Nationality Indian
Citizenship Indian
Education B.Sc Chemistry Honors
Alma mater St. Xavier's College Ahemdabad
Occupation Actor, TV presenter, Model
Years active 2000–present
Home town Jaipur
Spouse(s) Manjiri Kamtikar
Parent(s) VijayaLaxmi Khandelwal
Col. C.L. Khandelwal (retd.)
Website
rajeevkhandelwal.in

Rajeev Khandelwal[3] was born in Jaipur, Rajasthan is an Indian film and television actor.

Khandelwal had earlier worked as a production controller in a Delhi-based production house. He had modelled for several brands including LML, Green Label Whisky, Kodak Express and Videocon refrigerators. His stint with acting started from television where his journey started with inaugural thriller series "Kya Hadsaa Kya Haqeeqat" in 2002. He then played the scorned lover Sujal Garewal in Kahin To Hoga.

Later he went on to be part of Varun Awasthi, the Research and Analysis Wing Intelligence Officer in Time Bomb 9/11 and alo featured in C.I.D., as ACP Prithviraj for five episodes in November 2005

Khandelwal portrayed Captain Rajveer Singh Shekhawat in Left Right Left a youth based show. He hosted shows Deal Ya No Deal and Supercars and the series Sach ka Saamna.

Khandelwal has also featured in the Pakistani TV show "SunLeyna". He featured in various music videos including "Jhoom Jhoom" by Saru Maini and Maldivian video Mirey Therin.

Khandelwal debuted on silver screen with Aamir directed by Rajkumar Gupta. His next release was Anurag Kashyap's "Shaitan" in 2011 where he portrayed a character torn between the good and bad as a police officer in Mumbai. This was followed by Neerav Gosh's "Soundtrack" in which Khandelwal played a deaf DJ.

Khandelwal's next release was Aditya Datt's Will you marry me? which was followed by Table No. 21 in 2013 .

He married Manjiri Kamtikar on 7 February 2011.[4] Khandelwal has said that he is an atheist.[5]

Filmography[edit]

Television
Films

Awards[edit]

1) Best Jodi Award with Amna Shariff in Star Parivaar Awards (2004),[6]

2) Personality Of The Year shared with Mona Singh in Sangini Indian Telly Awards (2004),

3) New Face Of The Year in Sangini Indian Telly Awards (2004),

4) Best Jodi Award with Amna Shariff in Sangini Telly Awards (2004),

5) Most Stylish Persona (Male) On TV in MTV Style Awards (2005),

6) Most Stylish Actor On TV in MTV Lycra Style Icon (2005),

7) TV Personality Of The Year in Garnier Light Indian Telly Awards (2005),

8) Most Stylish Host On TV in MTV Style Awards (2006),

9) Popular Actor Male for Left Right Left in Sansui Television Awards (2007),

10) Best Actor In Leading Role (Male) for Left Right Left in GOLD Awards (2007),

11) TV Honour Of The Year shared with Prachi Desai in Indian Telly Awards (2008),

12) Best Host On TV for Sach ka Samna in Indian Telly Awards (2009),

13) Star Parivaar Awards (2010) and Indian Telly Awards (2010),

14) Best Actor for SOUNDTRACK in IRDS Film Awrads (2012) and Best TV Actor in DISNEY Channel.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.koimoi.com/actor/rajeev-khandelwal/
  2. ^ "I am a huge fan of my father-in-law: Rajeev Khandelwal". The Times of India. 5 April 2014. Retrieved 9 April 2014. 
  3. ^ "Rajeev Khandelwal hurt in a car accident". Mid Day. 28 April 2014. Retrieved 28 April 2014. 
  4. ^ Sonal Chawla (Feb 8, 2000). "Rajeev Khandelwal's royal wedding in Jodhpur". Mumbai Mirror. Times of India. Retrieved 8 February 2011. 
  5. ^ Rajeev Khandelwal and S. Shanthi (10 June 2008). "I AM: Rajeev Khandelwal". Times of India. Retrieved 5 March 2010. 
  6. ^ http://www.koimoi.com/actor/rajeev-khandelwal/

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