Raj Jodhan is a Punjabi actor and assistant director who has worked in Bollywood and TV Show. He is best known for movies like Jamraud (2019), Saade Aale (2020), Mainu Pyar Kardie Parjaat Kudiye (2020), and music videos like Dukh te Zakham, Pittal, Nakaam Mohabbat, Marjani. Raj has written the lyrics of the ‘Khwahish’ and ‘Nakaam Mohabbat’ songs.
Raj Jodhan was born on 30 October and his birthplace is Ferozepur.
His father was a subedar in the Indian army, now a music teacher, and his mother is a theatre artist.
Raj did his schooling at various schools like Halwara, Ahmedabad, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Meerut, and Kendriya Vidyalaya Ludhiana as his father was in the army.
After that, he did a diploma in ‘Hotel Management’ from CHKM, Noida, and later, went to do job training in Howard Plaza, Agra, and further worked as a chef in different hotels and restaurants.
Since childhood, he has had an affinity for the world of movies and he would curiously listen to his grandfather’s filmy tales.
Listening to his grandfather’s stories, Raj’s love for movies grew stronger, he would bunk classes to watch the latest movies, and his desire to go to ‘City Of Dreams – Mumbai’ escalated to heights.
But due to prior commitments and responsibilities, he kept himself occupied with other odd jobs.
One day, Jassi Sangha came to his village, hunting for a location for his next video. Jodhan helped him in searching for the perfect spot for shooting, and he got a chance to feature in the video as well, it could be tagged as his first tryst with acting, and this was just a beginning.
Then, he went on to do many short films and music videos with her team and finally shifted to Mumbai.
In Mumbai, he worked as an assistant director in many serials for leading channels like Life Ok and Star Plus.
Raj also wrote the lyrics of the ‘Khwahish’ and ‘Nakaam Mohabbat’ songs.
He has also worked in Punjabi music videos like Pyar Na Kari, Himtaan, Dukh Te Zakham, Pittal, Nakaam Mohabbat, and Marjani.
He is known for movies like ‘Jamraud (2019),’ ‘Saade Aale (2020),’ ‘Mainu Pyar Kardie Parjaat Kudiye (2020)’, and ‘Mukkaddar’.
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