Kaushal Manda is an Indian actor and model who starred in Telugu TV Serials and shows apart from appearing in Tollywood movies. So far, he took part in 82 films and 12 serials. He directed over 230 advertisements, worked in 270 events as an event manager and hosted 6 Shows including the infamous 'Dance baby Dance.'
He has entered into the film industry and succeeded to bag a few roles. Meanwhile, he also commenced working in a TV serial called Chakravakam between the years 2003 and 2005. He won the Nandi award for the Best TV actor in the year 2003 for his role in Chakravakam.
Mr. Kaushal is the first South Indian model and actor to venture out a modeling agency. His company- 'The Looks,' multi-faceted modeling agency, has grown to become South India's most successful and much sought after model agency.
He groomed over 1000 models and promoted more than 5000 models as a Model Coordinator. Mr. Kaushal also worked as a fashion photographer and helped to build the portfolio of around 70 models. He is the first person to introduce models into the 'Telugu Film Industry.'
He also happens to design the first ever Telugu reality show- 'Andhamaina Bhamalu' in ETV Telugu. He turned out to be everyone's favorite with his works. One could clearly say- Mr. Kaushal is the only one that has taken up the maximum number of roles as a multitasker in India. We can indeed call him the one-man army.
Entering into the Bigg Boss House -The Indian version of the world-famous Big Brother- has turned Kaushal's life for better. He, not only won the show but also conquered the hearts of millions with the way he carried himself on the show. A fanbase with the name 'Kaushal Army' formed within a few days of him entering the Bigg Boss. Multiple Marathons took place in various towns from both the Telugu speaking states in support for him. After 113 days of staying in the house, Mr. Kaushal came out as a winner of the second season with the highest number of votes creating a history in the Indian Television industry. He won the title 'People's star' and, his success only seemed to grow since then.