Career of Chetanya Adib
Chetanya Adib moved to Mumbai in 1996 and was passionate in acting. Very soon he got involved in theatre and television serials and TV soap "Saat Phere" which made him a household name. Before moving to Mumbai, he was active in theatre in Jaipur. His debut serial was "Yuddh" of Kushan Nandi. Later he did the main negative character for serial "Kunti" on Doordarshan. Then he did "Mumkin", "Swaraj", "Papa", "Babul Ki Duayen Letee Ja", "CID", "Aahat", "Suraag", "Lekin", "Mohra" etc.
He has also hosted a few musical shows on Indian television. Chetanya is also a known name in the field of dubbing and voice over. His voice can be heard in many shows on Discovery and other popular TV channels. As a dubbing artist, he has given voice to Hollywood actors for later Hindi-dub releases in India such as for Sylvester Stallone, Keanu Reeves, Wesley Snipes, Sean Connery, Christopher Reeves and Val Kilmer. "Batman", "Superman" and "Spiderman" are among those noted movies. He is very well known for dubbing Paul Walker in "Fast & Furious" series, James Franco as ‘Harry Osborn’ in "Spider-Man" series, Clark Gregg as ‘Agent Phil Coulson’.
Personal Life of Chetanya Adib
Chetanya Adib hails from Jaipur, Rajasthan. He was born on 10th November 1971. He is married to his girlfriend Deepa and they tied knot in 2007.
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