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Harsh Chhaya
Harsh Chhaya is an Indian television and Bollywood film actor. He debuted in a minor role as"Jijo" in the early 1990s Zee TV series Tara, but first came into prominence in the role of Krishnakant Trivedi (KT) in mid 1990s TV series Hasratein, where he portrayed the character of a wealthy boss who exploited his married employee (Savi) into an extramarital affair with him. Chhaya somewhat developed the on-screen image of a wealthy boss and played the similar character in the 2007 Bollywood film Laaga Chunari Mein Daag, where he takes advantage of his employee, played by Rani Mukerji.

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