Aryeman (actor)

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Aryeman Ramsay

(1980-08-22) 22 August 1980 (age 39)
OccupationFilm actor, social activist
Years active2006–2012

Aryeman Ramsay (Hindi: आर्यमान रामसे;born on 22 August 1980), popularly known simply as Aryeman, is an Indian actor who appears in Bollywood films. He is the son of producer Keshu, and also a social activist.

Starting off his career by socializing in game advertisements, Ramsay made his Bollywood debut in Family: Ties of Blood (2006) and was nominated a Filmfare Best Male Debut Award for his performance. Following through with acclaimed performances in films like Good Luck! (2008) and Ek Aadat (2010), which was his only commercial and critical success movie yet, even though he believes that "a few bumps, that's when you hit the jackpot!"

Early life[edit]

Aryeman was born on 22 August 1980, by Keshu Ramsay (part of the Ramsay Brothers) whose family are Sindhis. He attended Mithibai College, in Mumbai. His big break came when his father offered him a role in his action drama film, Family - Ties of Blood (2006), in which he co-starred with Akshay Kumar and Amitabh Bachchan, although the film failed, he still got nominated for a Filmfare Best Male Debut Award.

Film career[edit]

Aryeman basically started his acting career by playing a small role as a child-artist in 1991 in the romance film Saugandh, which starred Akshay Kumar. He then debuted as an adult in his home-production, Family - Ties of Blood, co-starring Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar again and Bhumika Chawla. Even with a multi-strong cast and crew, the film flopped badly at the box office in India.

He then starred in the 2008 comedy film Good Luck!, along with Sayali Bhagat, Lucky Ali and Ranvir Shorey. Good Luck! was an official remake of the 2006 Hollywood film Just My Luck. Even though Just My Luck was a blockbuster on Box office Mojo, Good Luck! was an absolute disappointment at Box Office India. The film was typed to be the biggest flop of the year 2008 and it seems Good Luck! did not have any luck at all.

In 2010, he starred in the romantic comedy film Ek Aadat. The film received mix reviews, but mostly negative, and still was Aryeman's first critical and commercial success at the box office.

He was filming on 2 films for 2011, Main Osama, where he plays MI chief Karan Choudhary, and Tom, Dick, and Harry Rock Again! which is a sequel to the 2006 comedy flick Tom, Dick, and Harry!

He is releasing Ranbanka in November, 2015.


Year Title Role Other notes
1991 Saugandh Uncredited
2006 Family: Ties of Blood Aryan Bhatia Nominated, Filmfare Best Male Debut Award
2008 Good Luck Vicky Varma Nominated, Lajja Award for Best Actor
2011 Ek Aadat Shiva
Main Osama Karan Choudhary Completed
Riyasat young Rajesh khanna Completed
2012 It's Rocking Dard-E-Disco Rambo
Tom, Dick, and Harry, Rock Again! released

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