Amit Behl is an Indian theatre, television and film actor.[1] Behl began his career in 1994 with a role in India's first daily soap opera Shanti. He later went on to do almost 100 TV serials in Hindi, English, Marathi, Punjabi and Urdu. He has degrees in engineering and management.[2] He currently has roles in Zee Marathi serial Swarajyarakshak Sambhaji and Zee TV serial Buddha[3] and the Life OK series Savitri - EK Prem Kahani .[4] He was seen in Channel V's thriller Friends Conditions Apply. Amit Behl has also worked in serials like Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat and Pradhanmantri.[5] he was seen in Balaji Telefilms fiction daily soap opera Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki on Colors TV.and Aldo played thé rôle of Ranjeet Pratap Singh in Colors TV show ""Ishq Mein Marjawan""

Amit Behl
Amit Behl having blast at the screening of Disney's The Good Dinosaur.jpg
Behl and family at the screening of Disney's The Good Dinosaur
Born
Amit Behl
NationalityIndian
OccupationActor

Early life and careerEdit

Behl started acting in college theatre. This was followed by a brief stint in professional theatre in Mumbai and Delhi, after which he joined Shri Ebrahim Alkazi's Living Theatre Academy of Drama. While at the Academy, Behl studied acting. Over the last 23 years, Behl has worked in performing arts, radio, theatre, television and film.[6]

Amit Behl has featured in TV shows that have been broadcast on a variety of channels, including Doordarshan, Sony Entertainment Television, Zee TV, Zee Marathi EL TV, NEPC TV, DDMetro, Star plus, Star one, Life Ok, Colors, Real channel, Hungamma TV, UTV Bindass, Channel V India, MTV, Viacom 18, Business India TV, Geo Pakistan, ARY Digital, Zee next, UTN, ETV Hindi and Urdu, 9x, channel 9 Gold, Mahuaa, PTC, Lashkaara, Gurjari, Life OK, BBC, and ITV worldwide.

Behl has acted in over 30 feature films in Hindi and English. He also has anchored over 100 corporate films and documentaries, acted in advertising films, and served as a voice actor in advertisements and foreign language dubbing.

He has been the senior joint secretary of CINTAA (Cine & TV artistes association) since 2015. He is a member of the governing council of MESC (Media & Entertainment skill council), advising NSDC to integrate and recognise skills in the media and entertainment industry. He is a visiting faculty at various media and management schools, including We School Mumbai.

TelevisionEdit

Year Show Role
1994–1997 Shanti Vijay
1995–2010 Aahat Episodic Roles
1996–1997 Aarohan Flying Officer Nikhil Sachdev
1997 Saturday Suspense Rohan (Episode 15)
Episode 37
Inspector (Episode 39)
1999 Episode 103
1999–2001 Rishtey Episodic Roles
2001 Dushman
2002 Vishnu Puran Balram
Mujhe Chaand Chahiye
2004 Dekho Magar Pyaar Se Bobby Bedi
2005 Raat Hone Ko Hai Episode 165 - Episode 168
Episode 173 - Episode 176
Kkusum Shashank Deshmukh
2006 Kashmakash Zindagi Ki Anirudh
2008 Ssshhhh...Phir Koi Hai (Episode 146 & Episode 147)
2009 Chief Minister
Yeh Pyar Na Hoga Kam Mr. Shukla
2011–2012 Dekha Ek Khwaab Maharaj Giriraj Singh
Veer Shivaji Sonopant Pingle
2013 Adaalat Professor Gajendra Mishra
Savitri Senapati
Jo Biwi Se Kare Pyaar Mr. Batra
2013–2014 Buddha Guru Vachaspati
2014 Samvidhaan C. Rajagopalachari
Ek Hasina Thi Navin Mathur
2014–2015 Dharmakshetra Dronacharya
2015 Zindagi Wins Colonel Shadab Akhtar
2015–2016 Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat Amatya Rakshas
Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi...Let's Go Karan's Boss
2016 Dahleez Manohar Sinha
Saab Ji Sridhar Shastri
2017 Peshwa Bajirao Shripadrao Pant Pratinidhi
Vighnaharta Ganesha Tarkaksh
2017–2018 Woh Apna Sa Dharmesh Jindal
2017–2020 Swarajyarakshak Sambhaji Aurangzeb
2018 Laal Ishq Episode 10
Kasam Tere Pyaar Ki Aayush Batra
2018–2019 Vikram Betaal Ki Rahasya Gatha Varahamihira
2019 Aap Ke Aa Jane Se Tej Pratap Singh
Ishq Mein Marjawan Ranjeet Pratap Singh
Namah Daksha
2021 Lakshmi Ghar Aayi Mangilal Kumar

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Amit Behl during the launch of television show Buddha, held at JW Marriott, in Mumbai". Photogallery.indiatimes.com. Retrieved 2 February 2014.
  2. ^ "Amit Behl's in trouble". The Times of India. 20 June 2008. Archived from the original on 7 September 2013. Retrieved 2 February 2014.
  3. ^ "Amit Behl & Surbhi Shukla bags Buddha". The Times of India. 5 June 2013. Archived from the original on 6 October 2013. Retrieved 2 February 2014.
  4. ^ "Amit Behl in grief!". The Times of India. 19 September 2013. Retrieved 2 February 2014.
  5. ^ Trivedi, Tanvi (21 February 2015). "Amit to play Amatya Rakshas in Ashoka". The Times of India. Retrieved 27 August 2018.
  6. ^ "An Interview with Amit Behl". Indiantelevision.com. 25 August 2001. Retrieved 2 February 2014.

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