[India], May 18 (NewsVoir): Ruhaan Rajput is all set to debut in Pravat Rout's film Prarabdh. The story is based on a disturbed family of Mumbai. Apart from this, Ruhaan has also worked in a music album Mohabatayein which was a hit last year. Ruhaan is currently working as a lead actor in upcoming show on Zee TV.
As we all know, there is no substitute for hard work. It's only because of the hard work and dedication that he managed to be the part of this industry. In the initial days of his career, he has worked in various short films and music videos, one of an award winning short film "Potly" which was directed by Sanjay Bugalia. Ruhaan has also appeared in various television commercials like "Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao" etc.
Rajput is not only confined to Hindi cinema but has also done cameo in a Telugu film "Bruceli" and Pravez Pathan's "Mumbai Man". Speaking about his journey and future goals, - "Currently, I am looking forward to the release of my upcoming movie "Prarabdh" said Ruhaan. "Apart from this, I have recently completed the shoot of Dr. Vishwanath Dixit's "Ishq Mera Ruhaani" which will be releasing in the month of September 2018." When asked about his appearance in the upcoming music album "Khidki", he said, "Just like my previous music album "Mohabatayein" which was a big hit last year, I hope people will like my work in my upcoming music album "Khidki" also, which is going to release anytime soon."
Ruhaan Rajput is not only good in acting but has a good business sense too. He is the director of "Einfolge", a company which deals with patents, trademarks and IPR services globally. He also owns a "Skin and Hair Clinic" chain by the name of "Gloss Skin and Hair Clinic."
When asked about his business ventures, Ruhaan said, "Presently, I am running two business ventures. Einfolge basically deals with trademarks and IPR services globally. Another one is Gloss skin and hair clinic which provides services and treatments especially for skin and hair. I look forward to not only doing the best I can in the field of entertainment but also expanding both the ventures." (NewsVoir)