Harshad Chopra is from a little know Gondia district of Maharashtra. His family moved to Pune after he completed his class 12th exams. Harshad's parents never approved of his celluloid dreams so they enrolled him into an engineering college. Harshad unflinchingly admits, "I only did engineering because my parents asked me to do so. However, I was clear in my mind as to what I wanted."
Post his studies, Harshad headed to Mumbai, successfully auditioned for Zee's Mamta and so began the journey of an actor. Harshad played the role of Karan Srivastav in Mamta.
He bagged his first prominent role in his second serial Left Right Left where he essayed the character of Cadet Ali Baigh.
Harshad joined the cast of Amber Dhara, as Arshad Mehra, after quitting Left Right Left. Unfortunately, his stint with Amber Dhara didn't last long as he was reportedly bumped off from the show.
Harshad even played the role of Arjun in Kahaani Humaaray Mahaabhaarat Ki.
After remaining out of action for a while, Harshad bounced back strongly with the Balaji show Kis Desh Mein Hai Meraa Dil.
Harshad played the role of Anurag Ganguly in Tere Liye.
Harshad completed his role of Mohan Gala in Imagine TV
's primetime serial Dharampatni
. His character is said to be loosely inspired from Mahatma Gandhi
Then Harshad was seen as Raghavendra Pratap Singh / Raghav on Life OK
's show Dil Se Di Dua - Saubhagyavati Bhava
opposite Sriti Jha
as Jhanvi's saviour. He quit the show since he wasn't happy with his role.Achievements:
1. In 2008, Favourite Naya Sadasya (Male) award at Star Parivaar Awards.
2. In 2008, Favourite Yogya Jodi award along with Additi Gupta as Heer Prem at Star Parivaar Awards.
3. In 2008, Favourite Yogya Jodi award along with Additi Gupta as Heer Prem at New Talent Awards
4. In 2009, Favourite Jodi along with Additi Gupta as Heer Maan/Juneja at Star Parivaar Awards.
5. In 2010, Fresh face of the year as Anurag Ganguly in Tere Liye
at Indian Television Academy Awards.
6. In 2010, Best Actor as Anurag Ganguly in Tere Liye
at Indian Telly Award.
17th May 1983