Articles about Arjun Mathur

Arjun Mathur is a British-born Indian actor who is known for his work in Hindi films, television serials, and web series. He is an alumnus of the Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute in New York. Mathur has also received acting training at Barry John’s institute. Before starting his career in acting, he served as an Assistant Director on several popular Bollywood films like ‘Rang De Basanti,’ and ‘Bunty Aur Babli.’ Mathur’s acting talent was discovered by Farhan Akhtar and Mira Nair through their respective short films ‘Positive,’ and ‘Migration,’ which were made for the ‘Aids Jaago’ project. Following this, he went on to appear in films like ‘My Name Is Khan,’ ‘Ankur Arora Murder Case,’ and ‘Luck by Chance.’ He was also nominated for Best Actor at the 2013 New York Indian Film Festival for the English film ‘Fireflies.’ His role in the Amazon Original series ‘Made in Heaven’ earned him an International Emmy Award nomination for ‘Best Performance by an Actor.’ Mathur was also appreciated for his performance in the British drama television series ‘Indian Summers,’ which aired on Channel 4.

'OMG,' says Shefali Shah as 'Delhi Crime' bags International Emmy

24 Nov 2020

Entertainment
'OMG,' says Shefali Shah as 'Delhi Crime' bags International Emmy

Indian Netflix series Delhi Crime won the Best Drama series at the 48th International Emmy Awards.

#MadeInHeaven unravels the ugly truth underneath big-fat Indian weddings

10 Mar 2019

Entertainment
#MadeInHeaven unravels the ugly truth underneath big-fat Indian weddings

Every middle-class Indian, like this writer, wonders what all really goes into the making of those extravagant, too-good-to-be-true big fat Indian weddings.

Wasn't afraid to play gay-character in 'Made In Heaven': Arjun

08 Mar 2019

Entertainment
Wasn't afraid to play gay-character in 'Made In Heaven': Arjun

Actor Arjun Mathur says he was not afraid to play a gay character in Made in Heaven as he trusted creators Zoya Akhtar and Reema Kagti to treat the subject with a lot of sensitivity.

Case filed against Anupam Kher's 'The Accidental Prime Minister'

03 Jan 2019

India
Case filed against Anupam Kher's 'The Accidental Prime Minister'

Anupam Kher's upcoming movie The Accidental Prime Minister has landed in a soup after a case was filed against it in a Bihar court on Wednesday.

'The Accidental Prime Minister': Why did BJP tweet its trailer

28 Dec 2018

Politics
'The Accidental Prime Minister': Why did BJP tweet its trailer

The trailer of The Accidental Prime Minister, starring Anupam Kher as former PM Dr. Manmohan Singh, dropped on Thursday, giving us mixed feelings.

'The Accidental Prime Minister' trailer details Manmohan Singh-Congress conflict

27 Dec 2018

Entertainment
'The Accidental Prime Minister' trailer details Manmohan Singh-Congress conflict

The Accidental Prime Minister released its first trailer today.

'The Accidental Prime Minister': Meet reel-life Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi

28 Jun 2018

Entertainment
'The Accidental Prime Minister': Meet reel-life Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi

Anupam Kher, who plays former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in his biopic 'The Accidental Prime Minister', has been introducing the other prominent characters of the film on Twitter.

'The Accidental Prime Minister': Divya Seth plays Manmohan Singh's wife

21 Jun 2018

Entertainment
'The Accidental Prime Minister': Divya Seth plays Manmohan Singh's wife

The latest addition to the ensemble cast of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's biopic 'The Accidental Prime Minister' is actor Divya Seth Shah.

'The Accidental Prime Minister': Kher's first look as Manmohan Singh

06 Apr 2018

Entertainment
'The Accidental Prime Minister': Kher's first look as Manmohan Singh

Anupam Kher's first look as Dr. Manmohan Singh in the upcoming movie 'The Accidental Prime Minister' has piqued the interest of movie buffs.

5 actors who will portray politicians this year

15 Mar 2018

Entertainment
5 actors who will portray politicians this year

The Indian entertainment industry has often refrained from making films and shows on the lives of politicians in order to avoid controversies.

Manmohan Singh's biopic: Akshaye Khanna to play Sanjaya Baru

12 Mar 2018

Entertainment
Manmohan Singh's biopic: Akshaye Khanna to play Sanjaya Baru

Akshaye Khanna has been roped in to play Sanjaya Baru in 'The Accidental Prime Minister', a biopic on former PM Manmohan Singh. Baru was Singh's media adviser.