Meiyang Chang

Meiyang Chang (born 6 October 1982)[1] is an Indian actor, television host, singer and a dentist. He came to prominence as a contestant on the third season of the singing reality show Indian Idol. Following this, he began his acting career with the film Badmaash Company. He also appeared in other films like Detective Byomkesh Bakshy, Sultan and Bharat. His latest work includes Undekhi and Modern Love Mumbai.

Meiyang Chang
Meiyang Chang at the special screening of 'Incredibles 2' (cropped).jpg
Chang in 2018
Born (1982-10-06) 6 October 1982 (age 40)
Dhanbad, Bihar (now Jharkhand, India
  • Actor
  • television presenter
  • singer
Years active2007–present
Chinese name
Simplified Chinese张眉阳
Traditional Chinese張眉陽
Hanyu PinyinZhāng Méiyáng

Early lifeEdit

Meiyang is an alumni of the De Nobili School (Dhanbad), Colonel Brown Cambridge School Dehradun and Wynberg Allen School Mussoorie.[2][3] Chang is a third generation Indian-Chinese, with roots in China's Hubei province. He is also a qualified dentist with a BDS degree from Vokkaligara Sangha Dental College & Hospital, Bangalore.[4]



Year Title Role Notes
2007 Indian Idol 3 Contestant 5th place
2008 Indian Idol 4 Host
2009 IPL 2
2010-11 Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa 4 Contestant Winner
2011 India's Got Talent 3 Host
2014 Yeh Hai Aashiqui Jigme Episode 32
2015 Fear Factor: Khatron Ke Khiladi 6 Contestant Runner-up
I Can Do That
2016 Swiss Made Adventure Host
2017 Rising Star
India's Best Jobs
2018 Love Me India
2019 Epic IQ Challenge
2020 Lost Essence of India

Web seriesEdit

Year Project Role
2015 Man's World Sohail
2017 Untag Nischay Baruah
2018-19 Love, Lust & Confusion Yudi Liu
2019 Bombers Tokai
2021 1962 - The War in the Hills Major Lin
Hiccups & Hookups Rinzing
2022 Undekhi Abhay
Modern Love: Mumbai Ming


Year Project Role
2010 Badmaash Company Zing
2015 Detective Byomkesh Bakshy! Kanai Dao
2016 Sultan Commentator
2019 Bharat Jimmy

Dubbing rolesEdit

Original Year Release Dub Year Release Title Actor(s) Character(s) Dub Language Original Language
2018 2018 Ant-Man and the Wasp Randall Park Jimmy Woo Hindi English


Year Title Co-singer Composer Lyricist Label
2008 "Tu To Na Ayi" Album F4 Lesle Lewis, Amit Trivedi, Ajay Singha Uncredited Sony Music India
2013 "Kuch Dino Se" - Ajay Singha Pinky Poonawala Sony Music India
"Hanju" Neha Kakkar Tony Kakkar Tony Kakkar Times Music
2015 "Kya Yahi Pyaar Hai" Shashaa Tirupati Cover - Strumm Sound
2016 "Saara Zamana" - Cover - Strumm Sound
"Ek Ladki Bheegi Bhaagi Si" DJ Aqeel Cover - Saregama
2017 "Tukka Laga" “Jagga Jasoos” - Pritam Samrat T series
"Hum Tumhe Chahtey Hain" - Cover - Times Music
2018 "Ye Haseen Wadiyan" Himani Kapoor Cover - Meiyang Chang
"Rafta Rafta" Himani Kapoor Cover - Meiyang Chang
"Khamosh Raat" - Cover - Meiyang Chang
"Maula" - Bawa Sahni Haider Zulqarnain Drishyam Play
"Pehli Baar Mohabbat" - Cover - Meiyang Chang
"Aektaa Story" - Victor Mukherjee Victor Mukherjee Love Lust & Confusion S1: Viu
2019 "Dil Ko Sambhalo" - Lesle Lewis Uncredited Love Lust & Confusion S2: Viu
"Bol Na Halke Halke" Himani Kapoor Cover - Meiyang Chang
"Sunta Hai Mera Khuda" Himani Kapoor Cover - Meiyang Chang
2021 "Safarnama" - Rimi Dhar Saaveri Verma Merchant Records
2022 "Raat Bhar" “Modern Love Mumbai” - Vishal Bhardwaj Vishal Bhardwaj Amazon Prime Music
2022 "Jaayaz Hai” Amrita Saluja (poetry) Cover - Meiyang Chang

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Anushka Sharma pens down an adorable birthday wish for singer-actor Meiyang Chang, the latter thanks the 'mommy-to-be'". Times of India. 6 October 2020.
  2. ^ "ABP Live - English News, Today's Latest Breaking News in English, Online English News". 9 February 2015. Archived from the original on 15 March 2015. Retrieved 30 March 2015.
  3. ^ "Meiyang Chаng- The Chinese Indian Dentist Who Can Act, Sing & Dance | He also appeared on Indian idol as a contestant. Indian Entertainment Online". 2 May 2011. Archived from the original on 22 April 2015. Retrieved 30 March 2015.
  4. ^ Meiyang Chang faces racial discrimination; reveals he was called 'çorona' by passerby - website of the newspaper Mumbai Mirror

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