Angad Bedi turns 35 - Here are 5 interesting facts you didn't know about him
As Angad Bedi turns 35 today, we look at some interesting facts about Angad Bedi which not many may know
He had a decent role in F.A.L.T.U., considerable screen presence in Ungli, but it was Shoojit Sircar's Pink that changed the course of his career. The misogynistic character Rajveer Singh landed him a chance in projects like 'Inside Edge', Dear Zindadi and Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif starrer Tiger Zinda Hai. Yes we are talking about none other than Angad Bedi. As the actor turns 35 today, we look at some interesting facts about Angad Bedi which not many may know:
Angad was not only an athlete during his teenage years but he even played professionally and participated in the prestigious Ranji Trophy tournament at the age of 16
He's a true ambidextrous
No that's not a tongue twister! What that means is that Angad is somebody who can conveniently use both his left and right hands equally for day to day chores. According to survey and research, Ambidextrous people only make up for 1% of the entire population. Now truly makes his a unique individual!
A culinary maestro?
Angad Bedi spent Guru Nanak Jayanti at a Chandigarh's local gurdwara community kitchen cooking for the langar
Angad is also a good chef who's known amongst his finds circle for cooking up some incredible dies in the kitchen. He took to cooking very early on and mastered the art with his great sense of taste!
Angad is no gym buff!
While the actor has an incredible physique, he doesn't just gym to get the perfect body. In fact, the actor trains at a unique fitness centre in Mumbai run by South African cricketers which aims to train people like athletes for being fit
Angad almost did these films!
Angad was originally meant to be cast in Kai Po Che owing to is great knowledge of cricket. Not just that, the actor was also almost about to do Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Ram Leela!
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