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Here Are 10 Lesser Known Facts About Actor Jaideep Ahlawat

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Jaideep Ahlawat is an Indian actor who is now a well-known name in Bollywood and OTT platforms. He is an immensely talented actor and gets into the skin of the character very easily which is quite visible on screen. He has left an impact on hearts and minds of the audience through his appearances in films like Raazi, Gangs of Wasseypur and web series like Paatal Lok, The Broken News etc.


Meet Jaideep Ahlawat, the actor India is raving about - Hindustan Times

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Here are 10 lesser known facts about Jaideep Ahlawat

1. He was born in Kharkhara village in Rohtak, Haryana on February 8, 1980.

2. He was born in a Jatt farmer family. They cultivated lands and harvested crops and hardly had any exposure to movies.

3. His aim was to become an army officer but unfortunately, he failed to clear the interviews for the Services Selection Board examinations.

4. He graduated from the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII), Pune, in 2008. The actor came to Mumbai to pursue an acting career, and after struggling for two years, he bagged two films.

5. He is among a few actors who are actually highly educated. He attended Jat H.M. college in Rohtak and later did MA in English from MDU, Rohtak in 2005.


HT NxT: Jaideep Ahlawat says 'before Paatal Lok, nobody used to wait for my  projects, now they are' | Bollywood - Hindustan Times

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6. He believes that there is no short cut to success. A striking similarity was observed in the walking style of his father and the police inspector of Paatal Lok. He also got inspired by his teachers in FTII who had taught him many valuable lessons which helped him to reach the pinnacle of success.

7. He made his debut in the 2010 Bollywood film ‘Aakrosh’ opposite Ajay Devgn and Akshaye Khanna.

8. He likes to spend his free time reading poetry and books. He also prefers watching documentaries, docudramas, thrillers and similar genres.

9. He had done a lot of theater while in college. In the meanwhile he also got a diploma in teaching.

10. He enjoys playing the role of gray characters. He believes that these days the audience does not enjoy a pure white or a pure black character. They rather like seeing the gray characters because that is more normal and realistic.

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