Bollywood Actors

Anuj Sachdeva

Anuj Sachdeva Bio :

Born     :  5 October 1982
Age   : 33
Height : 5.10
Birthplace : Delhi, India
Nationality     Indian
Occupation     Actor, Model
Years active     2007 – Present
Religion     Hinduism

Anuj Sachdeva is a popular Indian TV actor and is often known for his roles for the TV series including Sabki Laadli Bebo, Chhachhan and Phir Subah Hogi. He was born on 5th October 1982 in New Delhi. Before entering into the shoes of acting, he worked with his father in his manufacturing shows business and other handicrafts. Later he switched to modeling in order to carve his own niche in this industry. He is trained in martial arts for around a decade and owns a brown belt in Taekwando. Amidst all this, his he got the chance to participate in MTV Roadies in the season 3 before he got a cameo in Delhi Heights in 2007.

Soon he got a commercial, which he did with the actress Anushka Sharma and did a couple of other commercials as well. He then got the chance to make a debut performance for a lead role in the film called Sabki Laadli Bebo and later went on to do a Zee TV serial called Phir Subah Hogi wherein he got the role of Thakur Aditya Singh playing the male protagonist role. He is currently doing a TV show called Itti Si Khushi aired at Sony TV. He then quit the said show claiming that he disliked the script and thus he was replaced by Nandish Sandhu.

He then took a break from acting and went on to join a course in acting and filmmaking from the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute in New York. After returning to India from NY, he joined the TV show called Chhanchhan aired at Sony TV in 2013 replacing Farhan Khan who was getting negative feedback for portraying Manav. He also appeared in the male Protagonist in the show Itti Si Khushi aired over Sony TV. As far as Bollywood movies are concerned, he did a couple of movies including Haani, Hawa Hawaai, Police in Pollywood and Love Shagun in 2016 wherein he has a lead role in the film.

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