Anjana welfare society invited Actor Neeraj Bhardwaj

Anjana welfare society in association with UNESCO invited Neeraj Bhardwaj the renowned actor in chat show.
Which is going to organise under the banner of Rhythm edition 5. Neeraj Bhardwaj is a graduate in Physics, is a well-known actor. Neeraj completed his school education in St. Paul school. Then, he graduated from Delhi University. Then, he did his CA before taking up his acting career. He took up his course in Pune district.

He is recognized among the people as a well-educated actor. He has also done several projects for Film and Television Institute of India, which is located in Pune.

Neeraj has appeared in 12 Hindi films as the main lead. ‘Waqt Ke Shehzade’ was the earliest amongst them which was released on 1982. ‘Bhooka Sher’ was released during the year 2001. ‘Taqdeer Ka Sikander’ is another film which made its release during the year 2002. Apart from the Hindi films, he has also worked on some regional movies also. Those include three films in Bojpuri language. His ninth movie, ‘Munnibai Nautankiwale’ was a great hit. He was seen in ‘Ehaas- Kahani Ek Ghar Ki’, a series that aired on DD National. Although Neeraj appeared in negative character in this, he achieved great appreciation from the people.

Neeraj is known for his work in the long running show Saath Nibhana Saathiya as Chirag Modi. He was also appreciated by the Gorakhpur Press Club, Gorakhpur.

Neeraj has acted in several other serials in DD channel. During 2006, he appeared in ‘Jaye Kahan’. Then, he was seen in ‘Chidiyan Da Samba’. During 2001, he was seen in ‘Kaise Kahoon’, a soap opera that was aired on Zee TV. Then, again from the year 2009, Neeraj is seen in ‘’, a drama serial that is being telecasted in DD National. Since 2009, he is also seen in ‘Aye Dil-e-Nadan’, which is also aired on DD National.
The topic of this chat show bollywood Nepotism and about #Metoo Campaign and casting in bollywood
Neeraj Gupta given bold statement on nepotism ‘he Said this is Natural if father will not support their kid who else’.
He said young actor should do lots of homework before joining bollywood. He or she should work to Improve Diction, read plays etc.
Anjana Welfare Society ,in partnership with UNESCO Delhi, Government of Nagaland, and Supported by Indian Oil and Nirmala foundation organising Fortnight festival in which they organised workshop, Chat show, and performances

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