Manish Raisinghan

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Manish Raisinghani
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Born (1979-07-22) 22 July 1979 (age 37)
Occupation Actor, Model, Kickboxer, Photographer, Mechanical Engineer, Director, Editor, Reiki healer/master, Film Maker
Years active 2003-present

Manish Raisinghan (born 22 July 1979) is an Indian television actor and model, having risen to popularity portraying Sameer in the television show Teen Bahuraniyaan.[1][2][3] He also worked in Sasural Simar Ka as Siddhant.


Career[edit]

Raisinghan is among the very few models who have successfully transitioned to a career in acting. He is a popular print and ramp model, who did well at the Grasim Mr. India contest in 2002, placing fourth overall and he won three titles (Mr. Photogenic, Mr. Best Smile and Mr. Best Dressed Male). A mechanical engineer by profession, he is also a martial arts expert, a Reiki specialist and an avid photographer. Raisinghan holds black belts in karate, kung fu and kickboxing. He is a three-time national champion in martial arts. He qualified for the world championship four times, but was unable to pursue the sport further because of lack of sponsorship. He is also a district-level champion in roller-skating. Currently Raisinghan is essaying the highly popular character of Siddhant Bharadwaj in Colors TV's show Sasural Simar Ka. He recently had a friendly appearance as a film star in Madhur Bhandarkar's film Heroine. Manish Raisinghan is also a shot film maker who has won various awards in shot filmmaking. And in 2016 his short film got recognised and selected at prestigious short film festivals world over including Cannes Film Festival.

Filmography[edit]

TV shows[edit]

Films[edit]

Short Films

Almost 2016 Director Producer Director of photography Editor

Ankahee Baatein 2016 Actor

When I Met Myself 2016 Creative director Cinematographer

Toh Mera Galat He Sahi Hai 2016 Director Director of photography Editor Producer

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