Dakssh Ajit Singh has caused quite a stir for his most recent Netflix release, CAT, and has charmed large audiences with his compelling performance in the Punjabi and Hindi TV industries. An actor, fitness model, songwriter, and film producer, Dakssh is riding high on the series success.
Born in Haryana, Dakssh has lived in Ludhiana (Punjab) for the majority of his life. He began working as a model in Punjabi video albums shortly after receiving his degree. It was the beginning of his awakening to his aspirations. His goals became more realistic as he put in more effort. And soon after he sailed off for his dream destination, and never looked back and continued his work until he got into the Hindi TV industry in Mumbai. Well, Mumbai, the dream city for aspiring actors, kept shocks and surprises for Dakssh too. Nevertheless, the handsome and talented munda, held his dreams high, and never gave up. He had offers for roles in television very shortly.
He started getting back to back offers, in small or major roles. Dakssh has displayed his authentic and strong acting skills in Laado 2, Maryada: Lekin Kab Tak?, Kesari Nandan, Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat, Ishq Ka Rang Safed, Bharat Ka Veer Putra: Maharana Pratap, Kuch Toh Log Kahenge, Jamunia and many more. Moreover, Dakssh has appeared in movies like Rahe Chardi Kala Punjab Di and Arsho (2012). He became very well-known and received much praise for all of his projects.
Dakssh, a multi-talented actor, is a sensation in the music industry as well as to acting and producing movies. He is a passionate poet who also writes in Urdu and Hindi. His romantic temperament is evident in his poetry, and he feels that living each day to the fullest is preferable to dwelling in despair and unhappy circumstances.
He is currently savoring the success of the digital series CAT in which he portrayed Lakhwinder Singh, a.k.a. Laadi. The show, which stars Randeep Hooda as the title character, is a huge hit and is receiving fantastic reviews. The acting of every performer has received appreciation from both critics and viewers for being realistic.