Amit Bhargav

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Amit Bhargav
OccupationActor, television presenter, voice actor
Years active2014-present
Spouse(s)Sriranjani Sundaram (m.2016)

Amit Bhargav is an Indian actor who has appeared in films and television shows in Tamil, Kannada, and Hindi. He became popular for his role in the Kannada television series Seethe in which he played Lord Rama.[1] He was noted for his short role in Abhishek Verman's 2 States (2014). He has been starring in the Tamil television series Kalyanam Mudhal Kadhal Varai as the lead character Arjun since 2014 and later went on to perform supporting roles in other Tamil films, including Yennai Arindhaal (2015) and Miruthan (2016). He has also voiced for characters in both Kannada and Tamil productions.


Year Serial Role Language Channel Notes
2010 Seethe Lord Rama Kannada Udaya TV Male Lead
2013 Mahabharatham Lord Krishna Tamil Sun TV Supporting Role
2014 Bigg Boss Kannada 2 Kannada Asianet Suvarna Voice only
2014–2017 Kalyanam Mudhal Kadhal Varai Arjun/Malli Tamil STAR Vijay Male Lead
2016 Achcham Thavir Tamil Vijay TV himself
2017 Mappillai Deepak Tamil Vijay TV Cameo
2017–2019 Nenjam Marappathillai ACP Vikram Tamil Vijay TV Male Lead
2018 Dollhouse diaries Sanjay Tamil Webseries
2019-present Kannadi Himself Tamil Kalaignar TV Show host


Year Film Role Language Note
2014 Vizhi Moodi Yosithaal Tamil
2014 2 States Harish Hindi
2014 Yennamo Yedho Dr. Anand Tamil
2015 Yennai Arindhaal Thenmozhi's proposed groom Tamil
2015 Enakkul Oruvan Filmstar Tamil Cameo Appearance
2016 Miruthan Naveen Tamil
2017 Kuttram 23 Aravind Tamil
2019 Charlie Chaplin 2 Sara's sister's husband Tamil
2019 Garjanai Tamil Filming
Dubbing artist
Year Film Actor Language Notes
2013 Thalaivaa Abhimanyu Singh Tamil [2]
2015 Thani Oruvan Harish Uthaman Tamil Credited as Bhargav[2]

Awards & Honours[edit]

Year Provider Award Award Type Show Recipient Result
2017 Vijay TV Vijay Television Awards Best Actor Male Kalyanam Mudhal Kaadal Varai Amit Bhargav Won
Vijay Television Awards Best On-Screen Pair Kalyanam Mudhal Kaadal Varai Amit Bhargav and Priya Bhavani Shankar  Nominated 
Year Provider Award Award Type Show Recipient Result
2015 Vijay TV Vijay Television Awards Best Find of the Year Kalyanam Mudhal Kaadal Varai Amit Bhargav and Priya Bhavani Shankar Won


  1. ^ "Act of faith". The Hindu. 12 February 2013. Retrieved 29 October 2014.
  2. ^ a b Bhargav, Amit (27 October 2015). "See who I met in the gym! The face to which I gave my voice in the movie Thanioruvan! A very nice".

External links[edit]

Official website