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Aham Sharma is an engineer turned actor from Barh, Bihar, India.[2] His film, 1962 My Country Land, premiered at Marche du Film of the 69th Cannes Film Festival.[3] Sharma is known for his roles in Mahabharat (2013) , Dosti... Yaariyan... Manmarziyan (2015) , and Brahmarakshas (2016). He won the Indian Telly Award for Best Actor In Supporting Role and STAR Parivaar Award for "Saathi Nayi Soch Ka" both for his performance in Mahabharat. He was featured in the 50 Sexiest Asian Men in the World by Eastern Eye.[4]

Contents

1 Career 2 Filmography 3 Awards 4 References 5 External links

Career[edit] Aham Sharma began his acting career by starring in a television series named, Chand Ke Paar Chalo aired on NDTV Imagine channel. He played the central role of Rehan, a young man of aristocratic lineage, set in Lucknow. Rehan was separated from his family as a child due to his father's death which made him resent his mother deeply.[5] He then played the role of Nirbhay Pundir, a supporting role in the television serial Bairi Piya in the channel Colors TV, 2010.Then he played a negative role in the serial Hum Ne Li Hai Shapath in one episode aired on 25 May 2013, in the role of a scientist - "Dr. Ajay /Vidyut-The Flash man", a villain with super powers.[6] Sharma joined the cast of Zee TV's series Ek Nayi Chhoti Si Zindagi (2011), on the lives of two orphan sisters, Isha and Ira. He played the role of "Shravan".[7] In 2009, Sharma did his first film Blue Oranges by a debutant director, Rajesh Ganguly. He played the role of the painter named "Kevin Travasso" alongside veteran actor Rajit Kapoor. He also worked in other films like Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai (2012) and Karle Pyaar Karle (2014). Sharma rose to prominence by his performances in the TV series' Aasman Se Aage (2012) and later in the new mythological television series Mahabharat (2013) where he played the roles of "Angad" and "Karna" respectively. As Angad his dancing skill was appreciated by the audience.[8] For his portrayal of Karna, he earned his first awards Saathi Nayi Soch Ka at Star Parivaar and Best Actor In Supporting Role at the Indian Telly Awards. His performance in Mahabharat not only enthralled the Indian audiences but also attracted viewers from overseas. Sharma, along with the cast of Mahabharat, were invited to hold a fan meeting tour. The Times of India reported in 2014 that the show has a huge fan following abroad and as result, the prominent characters from the show had been called to Indonesia for a special event.[9] Sharma, together with fellow cast members of Mahabharat, performed on "Mahabharat Show: Fan Meeting Tour" in the year 2014 .[10][11][12][13][14][15][16] In 2014, Sharma made his way to the 11th edition of 50 Sexiest Asian Men in The World by the British weekly newspaper Eastern Eye with his 26th position. Early in 2015,[17] he was finalized as the lead to do a new television show named Dosti... Yaariyan... Manmarziyan produced by Siddharth Kumar Tewary for Star Plus. He played the role of Arjun Mehra the protagonist with a hidden motif. His role has various shades where he constantly strives between the good and the bad in him.[18] In the period drama film about the Indo-China War, 1962 My Country Land, he played an Army Lance Naik who is given the responsibility for mapping, along the Indo - China border.[19] Filmography[edit]

Cinema

Year Movie Role

2009 Blue Oranges Kevin Travasso[20]

2012 Yeh Jo Mohabbat Hai Zoravar

2014 Karle Pyaar Karle Jass[21]

2016 1962, My Country Land[22] Army Lance Naik Luitya

Television

Year Serial Role Channel Video/Episode Link

2008-2009 Chand Ke Paar Chalo[23] Rehan Imagine TV -

2010 Bairi Piya Nirbhay Pundir Colors TV -

2010 Aahat Season 4 Anil Sony TV "Aahat - Episode 12" on YouTube

2010 Aahat Season 5 Amit Sony TV "Aahat - Episode 27 Part 1" on YouTube "Aahat - Episode 27 Part 2" on YouTube

2010 Kaali – Ek Agnipariksha Aditya Ahlawat Star Plus "Kaali - Ek Agnipariksha". 

2011 Ek Nayi Chhoti Si Zindagi[24][25] Shravan Zee TV "Chhoti Si Zindagi".  OR "Chhoti Si Zindagi on Youtube". 

2012 Aasman Se Aage[26] Angad Life OK -

2013 Fear Files[27] Season 1 Kushal Zee TV "Fear Files - Episode 64" on YouTube

2013 CID Season 3 Rai Sony TV "CID - Episode 646" on YouTube

2013 CID Season 4 Mahesh Sony TV "CID - Episode 725" on YouTube

2013 Hum Ne Li Hai Shapath[28] Season 1 Dr. Ajay (Scientist)/ Vidyut-The Flash Man Life OK "Episode 11".  "Episode 32".  "Episode 39". 

2013-2014 Mahabharat[29] Karna Star Plus "Mahabharat". 

2015 Dosti..Yariyaan..Manmarzian[30] Arjun Mehra Star Plus "Dosti, Yaariyan, Manmarzian". 

2016 Bharatvarsh Ashoka ABP News "Episode 3" on YouTube

2016–2017 Brahmarakshas Rishabh Shrivastava[31] Zee TV "Brahmarakshas". 

Other Appearances/Special Performance

Year Event Channel Video/Episode Link

2015 Star Parivaar Awards Star Plus "Star Parivaar Awards". 

2016 Zee Rishtey Awards Zee TV "Zee Rishtey Awards". 

2016 Diwali Festival Zee TV "Dilwali Diwali". 

2016 Zee Silver Jubilee Zee TV "Zee Silver Jubilee". 

2017 Diwali Festival &TV "& It's Diwali 2017". 

Awards[edit]

Year Awards Category Work Result

2014 STAR Parivaar Awards "Saathi Nayi Soch Ka"[32] Mahabharat Won

2014 Indian Telly Award Best Actor in a Supporting Role[33] Mahabharat Won

References[edit]

^ "First look: Chand Ke Paar Chalo". Rediff.com. Retrieved 27 November 2014.  ^ "Aham is upset with the telly world".  ^ Marbom, Mai. "1962 My Country Land". Living Dreams. Retrieved 7 July 2016.  ^ Shetty, Akshata. "Hrithik Roshan beats Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan; bags sexiest Asian man 2014 title!". india.com. Archived from the original on 24 January 2015. Retrieved 24 January 2015.  ^ Paar Chalo, Chand Ke. "First look: Chand Ke Paar Chalo". REDIFF.COM. Archived from the original on 24 January 2015. Retrieved 24 January 2015.  ^ Tiwari, Vijaya T (23 May 2013). "Aham Sharma & Vicky Batra in Shapath". Indiantimes.com. Archived from the original on 24 January 2015. Retrieved 24 January 2015.  ^ "Aham Sharma as Shravan in Zee TV's Choti Si Zindagi". TellyOne. TellyOne TellyOne - Watch Indian and Hindi TV Shows Online. Archived from the original on 24 January 2015. Retrieved 24 January 2015.  ^ "TV Actors : Fuze TV Personality Of The Year Male - Poll Results". Fuzion Productions. Fuzion Productions. Archived from the original on 24 January 2015. Retrieved 24 January 2015.  ^ "Indonesia calling for Mahabharat!" (8 December 2014). Times of India. Times of India. Archived from the original on 4 February 2015. Retrieved 4 February 2015.  ^ "Mahabharat's Shaheer Sheikh, Aham Sharma & Rohit Bhardwaj woo their fans in Indonesia!". Pink Villa. Retrieved 30 September 2014.  ^ "Look what 'Mahabharat' Stars are busy doing in Indonesia!". Pink Villa. Retrieved 1 October 2014.  ^ "In Pics: Team 'Mahabharat' works hard in Jakarta and parties harder in Bali!". Pink Villa. Retrieved 8 October 2014.  ^ "Casts of Mahabharat will be performing using English, Hindi and Indonesian Languages". tribunnews. 2 October 2014.  ^ "Mahabharat Show". tribunnews. 3 October 2014.  ^ "Stars of Mahabharat will perform at Jakarta". tribunnews. 1 October 2014.  ^ "Residents of Bali bought tickets for Fans Meeting of the casts of Mahabharat". tribunnews. 4 October 2014.  ^ "Hrithik Roshan Beats Kushal Tandon to Win 'World's Sexiest Asian Man 2014' Title; Shah Rukh Khan Fails to Enter Top 10". International Business Times. 11 December 2014.  ^ "Karan to Arjun". The Tribune. 26 May 2015. Retrieved 10 September 2015.  ^ "1962 My Country Land". parthaborgohain. Retrieved 9 May 2016.  ^ "Blue Oranges Preview, Blue Oranges Story & Synopsis, Blue Oranges Bollywood Movie - entertainment.oneindia.in". FilmiBeat. Retrieved 27 November 2014.  ^ "Review: Karle Pyaar Karle". rediff. 17 January 2014.  ^ "Dibrugarh lad's film 1962: My Country Land to be screened at Cannes". Hindustan Times. 17 May 2016.  ^ .com, rediff. "First look: Chand Ke Paar Chalo". Rediff.com. Retrieved 15 October 2014.  ^ "Aham Sharma enters Zee's "Choti si Zindagi"". Urban Asian. 16 September 2011.  ^ "Aham Sharma as Shravan in Zee TV's Choti Si Zindagi". TellyOne. 15 September 2011.  ^ "AASMAAN SE AAGE TV review: New genre but old story". Bollywood Life. 29 May 2012.  ^ [1] ^ [2] ^ "Midnight calls can be scary: Aham Sharma". Zee News. Retrieved 27 November 2014.  ^ "Star Plus Announces Launch of Manmarzian". media247. Retrieved 1 April 2015.  ^ "Brahmarakshas". www.ozee.com. Retrieved 2 August 2016.  ^ "Yeh Hai Mohabbatein, Mahabharat win big at Star Parivar awards". The Indian Express ltd. Retrieved 15 October 2014.  ^ "13th Indian Telly Awards 2014, Mahabharat win big at Indian Telly Awards 2014". FilmiBeat ltd. Retrieved 4 November 2014. 

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