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ADITYA SRIVASTAV doesn't need any introduction to the loyal TV viewers who follow the weekly thriller series CID on Sony TV ... as we all know that what a versatile Actor he is... this fan club is made for his fans...the dievhard fans who love Aditya through his movies and through his excellent performance on mini screen are most welcomed here.
Hope this FC of our dear ADITYA sir, the awesomeness actor on the earth progresses at an awesome fast speed !!!! Make sure ADITYAians it does !!
This FC is dedicating to his Dashingly Handsome, Charming, Elegant personality.
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Sweet Heart Aditya Srivastava is very private person so we hardly get to know about his personal details. Aditya Srivastava was born in Allahabad on 21st July. He's married and has two beautiful daughters. After living in Andheri for a couple of years, he settled for the peace and greenery of Sai Baba Nagar , Resident of Sai Baba Complex, Goregaon (E) when it came to buying his own house.
Starting with amateur theatre in Allahabad, Aditya moved to Delhi in 1989 to work with the Sri Ram Centre for Performing Arts. Mumbai was the next destination for this talented actor in 1995 where he made his film debut with Shekhar Kapur's Bandit Queen. He was seen in all the 3 Suspense/Super Natural type serials that came on the 3 major channels - Saturday Suspense/Thriller at 10 (Zee)[ The title was called 6 1/2 because the 7th lookalike was a child, hence called half], Aahat (Sony) and Star Bestseller (Star)[ The First episode called "THE END" of Star Bestseller was featuring him]. He was seen in a serial called '9 Malabar Hill' (on Zee TV) along with Renuka Shahane. He played the role of a fisherman (wearing triangular lungi and stuff). "Initially I did voice-overs for ads and promos. I had to choose television over theatre. I had to survive. That's why I did serials such as Yeh Shaadi Nahi Ho Sakti, 9 Malabar Hill, Naya Daur, Saturday Suspense and Rishtey among others," says Aditya. Aditya soon graduated to doing films such as Satya and Dil Se. "I took a break from television in 1997 to do films. My film Matrubhoomi with Manish Jha was well received in the festival circuit," says Aditya, adding, "But it was only after my role as a police inspector in Satya that I started getting film offers." But Aditya refused the several offers to play cop as he did not want to get stereotyped and decided to wait.
Star Best Sellers
Yeh Shaadi Nahi Ho Sakti
9 Malabar Hill
Raat Hone Ko Hai
Byomkesh Bakshi (In one episode as Madhumoy Sur)
Bandit Queen (1996)
Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa (1998)
Dil Se... (1998)
Dil Pe Mat Le Yaar (2000)
Ek Hasina Thi (2004)
Darwaza Bandh Rakho (2006)
Dil Se Pooch... Kidhar Jaana Hai (2006)
Black Friday (2007)
Raakh (2010) (Post-Production)
Paanch (Stuck/On Hold)
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i really don't want to write lengths and lengths of message for aditya sir...i really want it to be consized...he has always charmed me...always...be it his looks his brains or whatsoever it is...i have seen him evolve as an actor..atleast when it comes to be abhijeet... if i go to compare him the way he is now to something what he was 10 years ago..it has been tremendous...i really appreciate his hard work, the life he has breathed in abhijeet...so intelligent so meticulous and yet so down to earth...i am always spellbound by his emotional scenes...how much ever YSPT it is...such is the impact of his tears...
Abhijeet/Aditya is the reason to watch CID.
Abhijeet has gone through so much pain in his life and now he's smart, intelligent, strong & suave cop. His characterization is quite practical and it impressed me. We found this rarely in TV world.
Abhijeet's expressions are magnificent. His body language is just flawless. Sometimes we see so much great expressions with fewer words through his expressive eyes. His smile reaches his eyes, whenever he smiles the way his face glows is priceless. He is just brilliant whatever expression he delivers. His husky voice always mesmerizes me .Even a glimpse of Abhijeet makes me to sit through worst episodes. He is such a lovely unconventional handsome angry young man. It's a pleasure watching him in CID. I'm really inspired by his hard work, sincerity, and the way he worships his work. I'm addicted to his performances.
Aditya is very talented, amazing actor. I admire his work and totally a joy to watch. Inot only like him but respect him from the bottom of my heart very much.In short Abhijeet/Aditya is my 2011-2012 year Amor.
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Sahara Samay Interview of Aditya Srivastav
INTERVIEW OF ADITYA SIR ON INDIA FM
"The kind of personality I have, if I am there in a lead role, a film cannot be 100% mainstream" Aditya Srivastava
By Joginder Tuteja, December 8, 2006 - 06:51 IST
In an age of popular films coming week after week and breaking the record of the last blockbuster in the way, there comes a small film like Dil Se Pooch,Kidhar Jaana Hai that takes an offbeat approach and narrates the tale of a couple that got separated post infamous Mumbai riots and met again in diverse circumstances. We get into an exclusive conversation with the male lead of the film, Aditya Srivastava, who has shown his mettle as a character actor in films like Bandit Queen, Dil Se, Satya, Ek Haseena Thi,Matrubhoomi and Dansh in the past.
You seemed to have a great start with films like Bandit Queen , Dil Se  and Satya . Why have you been not so high profile on the big screen even after being there for more than a decade?
Well, I mainly look for interesting roles and interesting scripts. This is why I was there in films like Ek Haseena Thi,Deewar and most recently Dansh but then yes, they have been far and few. A lot of my time goes in my serial CID on television and hence until and unless I get to play a very special character, I do not really crave to be there on the big screen.
So is your character that special in Dil Se Pooch & Kidhar Jaana Hai?
Yes, thats true. The film has a backdrop of Mumbai riots and revolves around the characters played by me and Vani Tripathi. Both of us play husband and wife who get separated after the riots. What happens when we meet after years forms the crux of the situation. The irony is that while I am a cop, my wife is now a prostitute. How both of us decide to be together while being scared about the society and the fight that begins henceforth is the underlining drama in the film.
Sounds rather interesting.
Yes, it is! Because while so many stories are told about people who died or got injured in the riots, there are so many terrible stories about people who were indirectly affected by these riots. Dil Se Pooch narrates the tale about two such people.
But dont you think that a film with a subject like this needs to be promoted well for its target audience?
Yes, but then I may rather not comment on the films publicity. If my producers feel that they can get the movie in theatres after a 2 week promotion then they have their reason about doing so. I am not really getting into the whys here and would just want the film to do well whenever it releases!
Whats the relevance of the films title considering the subject of the film sounds dark?
The idea is simple. Whenever you are on a crossroad, always listen to your heart. That's because the voice that comes from inside is never wrong. It never lies and always guides you well. This is what happens to the main characters in the film. When they are in crisis, they listen to the heart since it dictates what is right and wrong.
For the first time in your career, you play a lead role.
That's right and what an experience it was! In fact I was running away from the role but then it has turned out to be such an enriching experience in the end. Shrirang, the director of the film, had seen Satya and as per him, he had written the script keeping me in mind as the central protagonist. He was sure that he wanted to cast me in the role.
Most of your films have breached on being slightly offbeat. Is that intentional?
I won't say that I have a problem doing mainstream cinema. In fact I have been a part of such films like Lakshya or Deewar. But then let me be honest here. The kind of personality I have, if I am there in a lead role, a film cannot be 100% mainstream. It needs to have a subject which is different from what works as popular cinema. I can be cast as a villain in mainstream cinema but certainly not a hero.
Is that a reason why you played the role of an evil lawyer in Ek Haseena Thi?
True, the role was brief but was brought out pretty well. In fact I would also be seen as a villain in 2-3 Tamil films that I am doing.
And release of Black Friday should be another example of that, is not that so?
Yes, we all are quite relieved that the film would finally be seeing the light of the day after the Supreme Court judgment. With a Jan/Feb timeframe for the film's release looking probable, Mid-Day [the film's producers] would be devising a publicity strategy for the film and bring it to the audience.
It could be a turning point in your career?
Dekhiye aasha to nai hi rehti hai! There have been number of films that I have done with acclaimed directors in the past and I really believe that Black Friday by Anurag Kashyap would make its mark too.
So what next after Dil Se Pooch and Black Friday?
There is a film titled Raakh which I have done with director Hansal Mehta. It is a film in a complete commercial format with Sohail Khan and Mithun Chakraborty. I play a villain in the film. Beyond that I would be also be doing a film called Mohandas with Mazhar Kamran who is an established cinematographer. And no, before you start wondering, film Mohandas has nothing to do with Gandhi!!
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Aditya Shrivastav's Black FridayBy Surendra Hiwarale [ February 11, 2007 at 11:39 am]
The film started and I was taken into the entire conspiracuy of the bomb blasts. Aditya Srivastav aka Badshah Khan was known to me as we had worked with him in Ek Haseena Thi before. Before that my memories of him were of the straight forward honest cop that he played in RGV's Satya. When I was watching it I was constantly pulled in by his performance. Never ever did I loose a single frame whenever he was on screen. What I had liked about the film was its innocent approach towards justifying what happened. And three cheers to Anurag he managed to achieve it.
Its interval, Aditya Srivastav is no doubt my hero, KK still I do not like. We have chai, cigrettes, samosa's, and go back again. The film begins, Pawan too has had an impact on me and he is consistent even today. Aditya I like much more than yesterday. He rocks; I start to feel after Amitabh Bachchan he is the one who has the caliber when it comes to performing.
I can never be wrong in my judgement. As the film unfolds, I am reminded of the scenes that I know. Aditya Srivastav makes me further respect him as the most convincing Badshah Khan. I love you boss as an actor. Whether, it's his gradual progression when he realizes that he has been cheated by Tiger Memon. Jusy check him out in the scene where Theba (I think) tells him that their passports have been burnt. The fight that ensues there, immediately the next cut is of Aditya standing in the bathroom and guys the way he has performed actually made me feel that, this is how real Badsha Khan must have felt. It's so touching.. the scenes where he is constantly trying to speak with Tiger Memon, where in he keeps asking him to move him from Bombay, and his conctant trips to Rampur to jaipur to tonk to again jaipur to Calcutta are amazingly performed, I just loved the way Anurag has designed his emotional graph, which ultimately leads to his coming back to Rampur Badshah Khans native place. It was so well done. Badshah Khan surrenders, his first meeting with Maria, and him finally trying to turn the state approver just makes you feel bad for not only him but for all the boys who were a part of conspiracy. Aditya's track gets over and so does chapter three.
Off Bollywood - A breed of young actors chooses variety in portfolio over superstardom and money[Track-II Heroes]
Aditya Srivastava: Black Friday, Satya
...And they aren't the only ones on the Bollywood horizon'actors like Ranvir Shorey, Deepak Dobriyal, Prroshant Narayanan, Aditya Srivastava, etc are all bringing fresh vitality, vigour and also money and success to the alternate, small film movement in the country.
"Opportunities for us are increasing," says Aditya Srivastava, seen recently as Badshah Khan, Tiger Memon's henchman on the run in Anurag Kashyap's Black Friday.
Dil Pe Mat Le Yaar! A bittersweet life By Hansal Mehta
...After much hesitation and awkwardness, my worst fears came true. Manoj refused the film. He wanted to be part of a much bigger film. He wanted to support me but in a bigger endeavor. In despair I approached the very gifted and under-rated Aditya Srivastava for Manoj's role. Aditya agreed. The producer backed out...Aditya Srivastava showed no disappointment when I told him that Manoj would be doing the role offered to him. He accepted the role of Tito for a pittance. He even contributed money towards making the film. I think Tito is one of Indian cinema's most memorable characters. It was a great performance by a very magnanimous actor.
Twelfth year, caught in the same case!
[Smita Roy, TNN Mar 15, 2009, 12.12am IST]
By Pankaj Sabnani, Glamsham Editorial [ December 16, 2010 10:39:43 PM IST ]
Aditya Shrivastav (CID fame) gives an earnest performance.
Speaking of performances , Aditya Shrivastav does well.
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