|Known for||Aryan Khanna in Special Squad (TV series)|
Early life & family
Bhanu Uday, born on 16 October 1980, was brought up in Jammu. His father is former Union Home Secretary and IAS officer Anil Goswami and his mother is a lawyer. He received his primary education from Jammu and passed his 12th standard. After that he moved to Delhi and joined Hans Raj College. Later he joined National School of Drama and started acting.
Bhanu played small roles in Bollywood films like Lakshya (2004) and Dhokha (2007). He acted in the Indo-US production, Monsoon and Unfreedom, where he played Hussain. And he also played a famous character 'vijaykanth' in prakash Jha 's production " bahubali" which become very famous through his performance. He was seen in the 2012 horror film, Machhli Jal Ki Rani Hai.
|2012||Machhli Jal Ki Rani Hai||Uday Saxena|
|2004–2005||Special Squad||A.C.P. Aryan Khanna|
|2009||Specials @ 10||Ashutosh Shukla||Story "Har Kadam Par Shaque"|
|2012–2013||Ek Tha Rusty||Rusty|
|2013||Ek Thhi Naayka||Mohsin|
|2014–2015||Hamari Sister Didi||Dr. Karan|
|2015||Stories by Rabindranath Tagore||Mahendra||Story "Chokher Bali"|
|Shashank||Story "Two Sisters"|
|2016||Meri Awaaz Hi Pehchaan Hai||Rajaram Gaekwad|
|2017–2018||Saam Daam Dand Bhed||Vijay Namdhari|
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