Posted on March 9, 2020 at 1:04 am

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Arjan Bajwa Gets Ripped For ZEE5 Show State Of Seige 26/11

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Arjan Bajwa Goes Lean For ZEE5 Show State Of Seige 26/11

Arjan Bajwa Goes Lean For ZEE5 Show State Of Seige 26/11. Riding high on the mega-success of Kabir Singh, Arjan Bajwa is set to spring a huge surprise on the audience and his fans with his big debut in the digital world. The actor is playing a lead role of an NSG Black Cat Commando in Zee 5 State of Seige 26/11, which is based on the horrific 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.

The talented actor is known for his charming personality and a rich baritone will be seen in a never seen before avatar and has left no stone unturned in putting his best effort to look and act his part.

The actor who had to sport a lean look for his character, informs, “I’ve worked really hard to get the required lean frame. The entire process of getting into the garb of an NSG Commando was a memorable experience. It took me a couple of weeks to get in shape. I’ve also learned to handle weapons during the workshops which the Commandos use to look right for the part you play. NSG commandos operate differently and I’ve learned most of that.”

“The entire world should know that Colonel Sunil Sheoran, who leads his entire team to eradicate the terrorists. He was known as Bullet catcher who survived 3 bullet shots including one on his face while fighting the insurgents in Northeast”,

he adds.

Well with such high dedication towards his craft, we are excited to see what Arjan has in store for all of us. The much-awaited series State of Seige 26/11 is going to release on 20th March 2020 & we can’t wait anymore!

About Arjan
Arjan Bajwa (born 3 September 1979) is an Indian film actor known for his work in Hindi and Telugu cinema. He started his career with Telugu films. He made a breakthrough in Bollywood with the critically acclaimed 2007 film Guru after debuting in the 2004 Hindi film Woh Tera Naam Tha.

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