Arjan Bajwa (Actor) Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Biography & More
Arjan Bajwa is a professional Indian actor. He mainly works in the Hindi and Telugu film industry.
He is popular for his role of Vikram Makhija in the Hindi crime-thriller film Rustom starring alongside Akshay Kumar and Ileana D’Cruz.
He has also worked in web series like State Of Siege: 26/11 and Bestseller. He has been active in the industry since the year 1998.
Arjan Bajwa Birth & Early Life
He was born on 3rd September 1979 in New Delhi in a Punjabi Jatt Sikh family.
His father is Swinderjeet Singh Bajwa, who was a former deputy mayor of New Delhi from the BJP and His brother is Yuvraj Bajwa, who is an actor. He has a degree in architecture.
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Arjan Bajwa Career
He made his professional debut in the year 2001 with the Telugu film Sampangi.
He acted in a few Telugu movies after that and made his Bollywood debut with Who Tera Naam Tha in the year 2003.
He got fame for his antagonist role in Mani Ratnam’s film Guru in the year 2007.
He played the role of Maanav Bhasin in the year 2008 drama film Fashion, where he starred alongside Priyanka Chopra, Kangana Ranaut, Arbaaz Khan.
Additionally, he won the Breakthrough Performance award in Stardust Awards for the movie.
He acted in Arundhati, a Telugu horror-fantasy film in the year 2008 which emerged as one of the highest-grossing Telugu films at that time.
He has worked in several films including Son of Sardaar, Crook, Bobby Jasoos, Rustom, Kabir Singh, and more.
He made his Tamil debut in the year 2019 with Bigil. His Punjabi debut film is Himmat Singh.
He has worked in a couple of web series, State of Siege: 26/11 and Bestseller.
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