Dance and Bollywood have been tightly linked to one another and make for a simply irresistible combination that we have come to love through decades. Thus it is never too awkward to see dancers turning actors or actors who make us swoon with their dance moves. Actor Sandeep Kumaar is one of them.
Sandeep Kumaar, the actor who was born and brought up in Mumbai wanted to become an actor since his childhood. While studying in college he use to do dance shows with dance troups. Not only, Sandeep Kumaar also worked as background dancer in many films as he is trained dancer now.
Actor Sandeep Kumar, who has done theater in Mumbai for 4 years, worked in Gabru: Hip Hop Shahzade in 2017 which was highly appreciated and love by the audience. Sandeep got a Bollywood film in the year 2018 after doing an ad of Paragon with Hrithik Roshan. He played the lead role in the movie ‘Racket’. In this film which is directed by Rahul Ranjan, Sandeep Kumaar’s performance was highly praised. After which the actor did Radio Mirchi Neon runner with Taapsee Pannu. The year 2019 was very special for Sandeep, as he played a cameo role in the film Jabariya Jodi with actress Parineeti Chopra’s boyfriend. After this, Faiz, the character of Sandeep Kumaar’s Colors TV channel serial Bahu Begum, was highly liked by the audience. The actor played the character named Sumari in the serial Manmohini. The character Sumari looted a lot of appreciation among the audience as well.
Sandeep Kumaar, who has won the hearts of the audiences with his talent in Sony Liv’s web series Project 9191. In Project 9191, actor Sandeep Kumaar has played a character named Jamal Khan, in which the audience liked his acting a lot.
While interaction with Sandeep Kumaar , he says I would just tell every actor, who is working hard to make his place, that he will get a lot of rejections, but you should not be disappointed with that. Keep working on yourself, your acting skills, read literature, keep taking knowledge, keep working on your language, your body language. And believe me; I do these things every day. So just keep working, keep working, one day your time will definitely come.