Ajay Balhara is from Haryana. He is a model. He finished his graduation from Delhi University. In 1999, he was a contestant on The Gladrags Manhunt Contest, where he was the second runner-up. He modeled for Rohit Bal, Tommy Hilfiger, Hugo Boss, Ritu Kumar, Zegna, Tarun Tahiliani, J. J. Valaya and Aki Narula. He has also participated in the Paris Fashion Week and India Fashion Week, as well as performing in advertisements for Digjam Suitings, Indigo Nation, Nirma Soap, Charagh Din Shirt and Liberty Shoes. He mostly spent his life in theaters and even played a role in “Radhaa Ki Betiyaan Kuch Kar Dikhayengi”. He owns the company, DIY Entertainment Pvt. Ltd. and Hydro Gym & Boxing Club, which is in Gurgaon. Abhiman claims he changed his name, because his numerologist advised him to do so.
He was in fact told to change it to either Abhiman or Abhimanyu. Between the two, he decided Abhiman. He feels a change of name isn’t wrong, an actor is known as the character he essays and his face, so far as television is concerned. People know him as a model, mostly. He is sure people will get used to his new name soon. He’s enjoyed his stint on television. His schedules are pretty easy and smooth. He is a workaholic, so he doesn’t mind working round the clock. Like most ramp models that have moved into showbiz, Abhiman is trying his bit to hone his skills as an actor and is working on dialogue delivery, as well as other aspects of acting. He promises that he will shape up as a better actor in time. Considering he was once known to have the best body on the ramp, he still sticks to his fitness regime. Ajay Balhara is the twin brother of Vijay Balhara. Both the brothers have killer looks. It is difficult to tell Ajay from Vijay, however they both speak differently. Ajay is the outgoing, go-getter type, whereas Vijay is more of an introvert. Ajay Balhara won the Gladrags Manhunt second runner-up title in 1999. For top designers, both Ajay and Vijay have walked the ramp. They have also participated in the “Lakme India Fashion Show- 2002”.