(Last Updated on : 15/01/2009)
Manish Raisinghania is not an unknown name on the small screen. He has done a number of shows and has carved out a niche for himself in the world of television. He made his television debut with the popular Balaji thriller 'Kahiin Kissi Roz'. In that soap he essayed the role of Apurva. Soon after he appeared in soaps like 'Tumhari Disha', 'Kehna Hai Kuch Mujhko' and 'Jab Love Hua'. Following that he was seen in the very popular Balaji soap 'Kahiin To Hoga
'. Where he replaced Eijaz Khan
in the character portrayal of Varun.
Initially this character was the perfect man, son, lover and husband but gradually in the later stages his character undergoes a negative shade. He was also thankful to his creative director for bringing in some sort of variance as it helps in the refreshment of the portrayal. In the Star One
's popular show 'Betiyaan' he essays the character of Nirvaan as one of the main leads. He is happy doing both the shows as he had been meted out quite significant roles. Vew few know that he was in the top five of Grasim Mr. India.
In his other show 'Betiyaan' in which Manish Raisinghania essays the character of Nirvaan, he is shown as a character loved and pampered by all and he is the beloved son surrounded by all girls. He is very thankful to Ekta Kapoor
for giving him the break in the Indian television. He claims that when he first got the offer for 'Kahiin Kissi Roz' he was in Europe and was overjoyed to get the news. Recently he is seen in the recently launched Zee
Television's show 'Teen Bahuraniyan' in the character portrayal of Sameer. He is very happy these days about the fact that his recent show is also doing quite well. He also claims that there is no better training curve than the Balaji Productions. He is also very happy to get fabulous co-stars. He is the youngest and is pampered a lot on the sets.
The young actor these days is believed to be focusing on his sports career as well. He is a second-degree black belt in karate and had won the State Championship title thrice for karate and also the National championship title 4 times for karate and kickboxing but unfortunately due to lack of sponsorship he had to leave aside his dreams. Along with Martial Arts, Salsa classes are also on the agenda of Manish. He claims that blending dance with action gives him a personal high.
In future Manish Raisinghania also intends to join the Bollywood bandwagon and try his luck in the Indian Film Industry. He also seems to be preparing for the big screen and would like to mark his entry into filmdom as soon as he manages to bag some performance-oriented roles. His sincere fan following wishes that he sets out not only to make a mark in his career but also to win the hearts of his audience by his enamoring persona.