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Rajeev Khandelwal
Rajeev Khandelwal at the WIFT felicitation.JPG
Khandelwal at the WIFT felicitation
Born Rajeev Khandelwal
(1975-10-16) 16 October 1975 (age 40)[1]
Jaipur, Rajasthan, India[2]
Nationality Indian
Alma mater St.Xaviers College,Ahmedabad
Occupation Actor, Host, Singer
Years active 2000–present
Spouse(s) Manjiri Kamtikar (m. 2011)[3]
Children 1 (adopted)
Website rajeevkhandelwal.in

Rajeev Khandelwal (pronounced [raːdʒiːʋ kʰnɽeːlʋaːl]; born 16 October 1975) is an Indian television and film actor and host. One of the most popular Indian television and film actors he has established a career in Hindi television shows and films. He is a recipient of many awards for his different performances.

He made his noticeable debut to television with the TV series, Kahiin To Hoga (2003-2005). After this he acted in many television shows which include Time Bomb 9/11 (2005), Sun Leyna (2006), Left Right Left (2007) to name a few. In 2008, he made his Bollywood debut with the film Aamir which proved to be a turning point in his career. Forth which he became part of many films like Shaitan (2009), Soundtrack (2011), Table No.21 (2013), Samrat & Co (2015) and others.

Apart from acting he has hosted many reality shows which are Deal Ya No Deal, Sacch Ka Saamna Super Cars and My Endeavour. In 2015, he returned to television with Sony TV's show Reporters

Life and family[edit]

Khandelwal was born on 16 October 1975 in a Marwari family in Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.[4] He is the second son of Lt. Col. C.L. Khandelwal (retired) and Mrs Vijay Laxmi Khandelwal.[4] His elder brother is Sanjeev Khandelwal and Rahul Khandelwal is his younger brother.[2][4] He did his schooling from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Jaipur.[4] He later earned a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from St. Xavier's College, Ahmedabad.[5][6]

In 2007, he adopted a five-year-old girl named Swati from an institute called Muskaan.[7][8] Khandelwal got married to his longtime girlfriend Manjiri Kamtikar on 7 February 2011.[9] He has also accepted of being an atheist but he is not against people who follow any religion.[10][11] He currently stays at Goregaon, Mumbai, India.[12]

Acting career[edit]

2000-2007: Television debut and success[edit]

He started working with a Delhi based production house and also modeled for brands like LML, Green Label Whiskey, Videocon and many more.[13] He began his television career with the role of a villain in the show Kya Hadsaa Kya Haqeeqat (2002) through audition but it went unnoticed.[14][15] In 2002 he was offered Balaji Telefilms' Kahiin To Hoga, a romantic drama.[16] He portrayed the character of Sujal Garewal who is tall, dark handsome and rich, a Mills & Boonish hero and a scorned lover.[17] For portraying Sujal Garewal, he became a recipient of many awards and accolades for Best Debut and Best Actor.[18] In 2005, he was seen as the RAW Field Officer Varun Awasthi in Ketan Mehta's action television series, Time Bomb 9/11.[19] In 2006, he entered in C.I.D as ACP Prithviraj and also acted as Sharim in the Pakistani show, Sun Leyna.[20][21] In 2006-2007 he featured in the youth based drama series, Left Right Left as Captain Rajveer Singh Shikhawat, the character was later killed in the show.[22] His portrayal of this character received appreciation from audiences as well as critics.[22]

2008-2015: Bollywood debut and break from television[edit]

Khandelwal made his Bollywood debut with Ronnie Screwvala's tight thriller Aamir (2008) alongside Aishwarya and many others.[23] He was cast as Dr. Aamir Ali, who returns to India from England and becomes a follower of a terrorist group out of fear.[23] Film critic Taran Adarsh from Bollywood Hungama reviewed: "Rajeev Khandelwal is remarkable in the title role. The film would've fallen flat had it been entrusted to an inferior actor, but Rajeev lends the right shades and emerges trumps. Watch him emote with his eyes in the latter reels mainly, and you realize that he knows the craft so well. An excellent debut!".[24]CNN-IBN's Rajeev Masand added: "Uninhibited, spontaneous and blessed with unmistakable presence, Khandelwal holds the screen like a seasoned artist. Using his face as a canvas to display emotions, he emerges the biggest strength of this little film."[25] The film grossed 18 million (US$270,000) domestically.[26] For his work in the film, he received the nomination of Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut. In 2011, Khandelwal had two film releases.[27] His first appearance was in the Bejoy Nambiar's thriller film Shaitan (2012) co-starred Kalki Koechlin.[27] He played the role of Inspector Arvind Mathur, who is assigned by the Police Commissioner to solve a case unofficially, as he is on suspension after throwing a corporator from the first floor of his own house for allegedly beating up a woman.[27] Taran Adarsh of entertainment portal of Bollywood Hungama wrote of his performance:"Rajeev Khandelwal, playing a cop who's fighting his inner demons, nails the role, giving a tight, focused performance".[28]

Khandelwal was next seen in Sanjiv Goenka's Soundtrack opposite Soha Ali Khan. He played the role of DJ, Raunak [Rajeev Khandelwal], who gets addicted to drugs and alcohol and loses his hearing ability.His career nosedives, but his love for music helps him resurrect himself.[29] Subhash K. Jha of NDTV reviewed:"his performance is so accomplished that he proves, not for the first time, that he's among the most engaging actors today. For the money, time and attention, he is the true rock star."[30] Taran Adarsh added:"Playing an emotionally unstable character is always taxing and an edgy journey for any actor, but Rajeev emerges triumphant with a bravura performance."[29] The film grossed 5.3 million (US$79,000) domestically.[31] Khandelwal next played alongside Shreyas Talpade and Mugdha Godse in the romantic comedy, Will You Marry Me? (2012).[32] However the film did not receive very good reviews.[33][34] Taran Adarsh praised Khandelwal as:"Rajeev Khandelwal handles his part with gusto."[35] The film grossed 0.32 crore (US$48,000) domestically.[36] His next release was the psychologic mystery thriller, Table No. 21 (2013) co-starred Paresh Rawal and Tena Desae where he played the role of Vivaan Agasthi.[37] Zee News reviewed his performance as:" In this film, Rajeev has proven, yet again, the limit to which his acting skills reach, which – no doubts about that – is the sky."[38] The film grossed 10.9 crore (US$1.6 million) domestically.[39]

He next featured in the romantic comedy film Ishk Actually (2013) opposite Neha Ahuja.[40] He portrayed the character of Neil, who falls passionately for a girl named Gia.[41] Majority reviewers questioned Khandelwal of the reason of signing the film and called it "Boredom".[42] The Times Of India cited of his performance:"Rajeev Khandelwal makes his presence felt, while the rest are mediocre.[43] The film grossed 0.34 crore (US$51,000) domestically.[44] Khandelwal next acted in the adventurous film, Peter Gaya Kaam Se alongside Lekha Washington and Prashant Narayanan.[45] The film is on hold to release in theatres, Khandelwal plays the character of Peter Rodrigues in the film.[46] Rajshri Productions' drama thriller Samrat & Co. was Khandelwal's next release opposite Madalasa Sharma. He played the role of Samrat Tilakdhari, a detective who is approached by a lady with a strange case.[47] CNN-IBN criticised the film as:"Why so many good actors like Rajeev Khandelwal, Girish Karnad, Smita Jaykar and Indranil Sengupta agreed to do this film is the one mystery we were unable to solve."[48] Faheem Ruhani of India Today reviewed:"After watching this film you miss the Rajeev Khandelwal who debuted in the brilliantly made Aamir (2008). Better to watch the more thrilling CID on TV then suffer Samrat and his company.[49] The film grossed 1.29 crore (US$190,000) domestically.[50]

2015-present: Comeback on television and recent work[edit]

In 2015, Khandelwal appeared in the Indo-Australian film Salt Bridge where he played the role of Basant, an Indian migrant who arrives in Australia and meets a western woman.[51] Currently, the film is in a competition for Oscar and has also received appreciation from critics.[52] In February 2015, Khandelwal made a comeback to television after seven years with Shrishti Arya and Goldie Behl's media drama based finite television show, Reporters opposite Kritika Kamra.[53] He played the role of Kabir Sharma, the Editor-in-Chief of KKN with a horrified past who falls passionately for a junior reporter, Ananya Kashyap.[54] The show received good reviews and ended on 19 October 2015.[55] Khandelwal will soon be seen in Rajeev Jhaveri's Fever and Remo D'Souza's DOA Death of Amar co-starring Zarine Khan.[56] He has also signed for Virendra Arora's romantic film, Abhi Nahi Toh Kabhi Nahi.[57]

Other work[edit]

Khandelwal's media career started with making documentaries, writing scripts and directing those.[18] One of his documentaries, a fictional series called Samarpan was featured on Doordarshan.[18] Its story revolved around para military forces in India and it also won an award.[18] Khandelwal has also hosted some reality shows.[58] In 2006, he hosted the show Deal Ya No Deal, Indian version of Deal Or No Deal alongside Mandira Bedi.[59] He also hosted two seasons of the reality talk show Sacch Ka Saamna in 2007 and 2008.[60] He had also become the brand ambassador of National Geographic Channel's show Super Cars and hosted it.[61][62] In 2016, Khandelwal hosted a documentary film The Legend Of Jagannath, which takes a behind-the-scenes look at the Indian religious festival of Rath Yatra.[63] In 2016, he sang for the promotional version of the song "Teri Yaad" from his film Fever.[64]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
2008 Aamir Dr. Aamir Ali Debut film [65]
2011 Shaitan Inspector Arvind Mathur [66]
2011 Soundtrack Raunak Kaul [67]
2012 Will You Marry Me? Rajveer [68]
2013 Table No.21 Vivaan Agasthi [69]
2013 Ishk Actually Neil [70]
2014 Peter Gaya Kaam Se Peter Rodrigues Released only at a film festival [71]
2014 Samrat & Co. Samrat Tilakdhari [72]
2015 Salt Bridge Basant Released only at a film festival [51]
2016 The Legend Of Jaggannath Host Documentary film [73]
2016 DOA: Death of Amar Films that have not yet been released Amar Anand Post production [74]
2016 Fever Films that have not yet been released Armin Post production [56]
2016 Abhi Nahi Toh Kabhi Nahi Films that have not yet been released TBA Under production [75]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref(s)
1998 Banphool Maharaaj Debut show [76]
2002 Kya Hadsaa Kya Haqeeqat Raj Karmarkar Breakthrough [77]
2003-05 Kahiin To Hoga Sujal Garewal Lead role [78]
2005 Time Bomb 9/11 Field Officer Varun Awasthi Crime drama [18]
2006 Deal Ya No Deal Host Game show [79]
2006 Sun Leyna Sharim Fiction show [21]
2006 C.I.D. ACP Prithviraj Crime drama [80]
2006-07 Left Right Left Captain Rajveer Singh Shekhawat Lead role [81]
2009 Sacch Ka Saamna (season 1) Host Talk show [82]
2011-12 Sacch Ka Saamna (season 2) Host Talk show [83]
2011 Super Cars Host Reality show [84]
2013 My Endeavour Host Reality show [85]
2015 Reporters Kabir Sharma Television comeback [86]

Discography[edit]

Year Song Film Notes Ref(s)
2016 "Teri Yaad" Fever Original version by Rahul Jain [87]

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Work Result
2004 Indian Telly Award Best Fresh New Face (Male) Kahin To Hoga Won[88]
Best Television Personality Won[88]
Best Onscreen Couple
Along with Aamna Shariff
Won[88]
Kalakar Awards Best Actor Won[89]
2005 Indian Telly Award Best Television Personality Won[90]
MTV Lycra Style Awards Most Stylish Persona (Male) Won[91]
Most Stylish Actor On TV Won[91]
2006 Most Stylish Host On TV Deal Ya No Deal Won[92]
2007 Zee Gold Awards Best Actor In Leading Role (Male) Left Right Left Won[93]
Sansui Television Awards Best Actor Popular (Male) Won[94]
2008 Indian Telly Award Special Commendations Aamir Won[95]
2009 Filmfare Awards Best Male Debut Nominated[18]
Screen Awards Best Male Debut Nominated[96]
Indian Telly Award Best Anchor/s Sacch Ka Saamna Won[97]
2011 Indian Television Academy Awards Best Anchor - Game/Quiz Show Won[98]
2012 Screen Awards Best Ensemble Cast
Shared with Shiv Pandit, Kalki Koechlin, Gulshan Devaiah, Kirti Kulhari, Neil Bhoopalam
Shaitan Nominated[99]
IRDS Film Awards Best Male Character Soundtrack Won[100]
2016 HT Most Stylish Awards Most Stylish TV Personality (Male) N/A Won[101]

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