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Ishwak Singh

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Dec 16, 2021

Ishwak Singh is an Indian actor who appears in Hindi cinema.[1] He made his screen debut with Raanjhanaa (2013) in a small role. From then onwards he was seen in supporting roles in films like Aligarh (2015), Tamasha (2015), Tum Bin II (2016), Veere Di Wedding (2018) and Malaal (2019). He rose to prominence in 2020 with a supporting role in Amazon Prime Video original web series Paatal Lok, which was one of the best web series of 2020. For the latter, he was nominated in the Filmfare OTT Awards for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series. The following year, he played a supporting role in Amazon Prime Video original film Unpaused (2020).[2] He will be next seen as Vikram Sarabhai in Sony LIV original web series Rocket Boys.[3]

Indian actor

Ishwak Singh
Born
New Delhi, India
Occupation Actor
Years active 2013–present

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Singh studied to be an architect, and ventured into acting by joining Asmita Theatre, a theatre group in Delhi.[4] He expanded into films with brief roles in the 2015 films Aligarh and Tamasha and had a bigger role in the romantic drama Tum Bin II.[5][6] He then played a supporting role opposite Sonam Kapoor in the comedy Veere Di Wedding (2018).[7]

In 2020, Singh starred as a young, idealistic cop in the Amazon Prime Video crime thriller series Paatal Lok.[8] Reviewing the series for The Indian Express , Shubhra Gupta labelled him as “impressive”.[9] Priyanka Roy of The Telegraph considered him to be “the find of the series”.[10]

In June 2021, Ishwak was ranked at 18th in the list of Top 50 desirable men of 2020 by Delhi Times.[11]

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Year Title Role Notes
2013 Raanjhanaa Doctor
2015 Aligarh Arvind Narayan
Tamasha
2016 Mohavalayam Malayalam film
Tum Bin II Harry
2018 Veere Di Wedding Nirmal
2019 Malaal Aditya
2020 Unpaused Chirag Amazon Prime Video film
2021 Tryst With Destiny TBA SonyLIV film

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