Raj Ghatak

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Raj Ghatak (born July 1973) is an Indian-born English actor of Bengali Hindu origin. His is best known for his role in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Bollywood musical Bombay Dreams in which he played Sweetie. He has also had small roles in other films which include Starter for Ten alongside James McAvoy and Birthday Girl starring Nicole Kidman.

He has appeared in numerous plays and films. He appeared as Grayson in the Charlie Brooker horror series Dead Set for E4. In 2014, he appeared in The 7.39 and in the movie version of the popular Television program Mrs. Brown's Boys.

His most recent role was in the long-running soap opera EastEnders, playing Dr. Vikram Suresh, who was helping treat baby Oliver Carter after his accident. Ghatak's character appeared between March and September 2016.

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