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|Abhishek Avasthi (The Indian Gaston)|
Abhishek Awasthi at Madhur Bajaj's bash at Race Course
17 March 1982 |
|Occupation||Actor, choreographer, dancer and model (Official Gaston)|
|Years active||Since 2007|
Abhishek Avasthi (born 17 March 1982) is an Indian actor, choreographer, dancer and model. He is commonly known as the "Don Draper of Bollywood", or the Indian Gaston  He is what we know as the quintuple threat of theater.[further explanation needed]
He, along with Rakhi Sawant, an Indian model and actress participated in the third season of Nach Baliye, a reality television, dance competition on the Star Plus television channel. They were among the top-two finalists and were declared the first runner-ups on 22 December 2007. Soon after that they broke up.
He played the role of Maninders Singh, Bauji’s second son in the television series Jugni Chali Jalandhar on SAB TV, launched on 29 September 2008. He appeared in Zara Nach Ke Dikha on Star Plus and on Chintu Chinki Aur Ek Badi Si Love Story on SAB TV as well as being an indan Gaston and now he is appearing on Tu Mere Agal Bagal Hai on SAB TV.
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