Indian Male Models

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Since ages, the fashion industry has been feminine influenced stream, but now the time has come for the males who are attempting to be recognized. The outcome of their struggle is well seen and they are equally in demand as the feminine. Though the treatment is not the same always, those who fight for their success have proved themselves and now India is adored by marking models like Dino Morea, John Abraham, Arjun Rampal, etc.

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Ganesh

 
Height : 5' 9"
Weight : 65
Location : IND

Chenghun

 
Height : 5' 8"
Weight : 57
Location : IND

Vikas

 
Height : 5' 11"
Weight : 65
Location : IND

Eshva

 
Height : 5' 11"
Weight : 75
Location : IND

Sahil

 
Height : 5' 8.5"
Weight : 75
Location : IND
 
     
     
 

mukul

 
Height : 5' 11"
Weight : 69
Location : IND

Vishal

 
Height : 5' 8.5"
Weight : 74
Location : IND

sahilkhan187

 
Height : 5' 9"
Weight : 55
Location : IND

SeyedIsmail

 
Height : 5' 9"
Weight : 75
Location : IND

Sathish

 
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atifalam

 
Height : 5' 7"
Weight : 60
Location : IND

logeshmurugesh

 
Height : 5' 5"
Weight : 54
Location : IND

samratrajpoot

 
Height : 5' 8"
Weight : 48
Location : IND

sherry

 
Height : 5' 10.5"
Weight : 72
Location : IND

DJShetty

 
Height : 6' 0"
Weight : 74
Location : IND
 
     
     
 

Dharma

 
Height : 5' 9"
Weight : 68
Location : IND

mohakkhurana

 
Height : 5' 8.5"
Weight : 63
Location : IND

Akhilesh

 
Height : 5' 10"
Weight : 67
Location : IND

jazz

 
Height : 5' 9"
Weight : 54
Location : IND

Tinto

 
Height : 5' 6"
Weight : 62
Location : IND
 
     
     
 

Jamie

 
Height : 6' 2"
Weight : 74
Location : IND

karkee

 
Height : 6' 1.5"
Weight : 71
Location : IND

VishalJ

 
Height : 5' 11"
Weight : 70
Location : IND

Sanjay

 
Height : 5' 9"
Weight : 70
Location : IND

Dino

 
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Dino Morea: First, he participated in the 1999 Gladrags Manhunt Contest and won the competition. Second, like John, he is a mixed breed; Italian father and Indian mother. I first saw Dino in the ad of Live-In Jeans, and it is one of my all time favorite ads. He did music videos and ads and achieved success in both of them. However, his acting career had not been very successful. Still, he is one of the most good looking actors at present in Bollywood and a great model.

John Abraham: Many of you may know John Abraham as one of the heartthrobs of Bollywood but he started his career as a model first saw him in a music video of Pankaj Udhas’s song (Yun Mere Khat Ka). In that video, he was playing the role of a young man who first fell in love. Like Milind, John also did not have any thought of getting into modeling. This handsome guy, son of a Malayee Christian father and a Persian mother, was working as a media planner in an ad agency. After winning the second position in Gladrags Manhunt Contest in 1999, he did not have to look back. His campaign with Provogue, an Indian clothing Industry, was very successful. In 2003, he made his debut in Bollywood through “Jism”. The movie was not very successful but made him recognized as a talented actor. In 2004, “Dhoom” where he played the role of villain, was a big hit in the box office.

Arjun Rampal: After watching his second film “Dewanapan”, I thought, this guy would be the next salman khan of Bollywood. He studied in a boarding school and never bothered about his looks or face or looking good or smart. Arjun started modeling at the age of seventeen. At that time, he was studying in Hindu college. Rohit Bal, one of the most famous Indian fashion designers,, saw him in a discotheque and offered him to work as a model. He worked as a model for six years and became very successful. In 1996, he decided to get into films. In 2002, he won the Award of the International Indian Film Academy for Face of the Year.

Indian models have many opportunities to earn money. Along with regular television ads and ramp modeling, a successful model can also enter the acting industry like the above mentioned. Not only in Bollywood, this trend also found in Hollywood.