1. Ashish Chanchlani
Ashish Chanchlani is an Indian Youtuber personality from Ulhasnagar, Maharashtra. H is born on 7 December 1993. He is known for his Youtube channel, Ashish Chanchlani Vines. He started his youtube channel on 6 July 2009. He learnt acting from Barry John Acting Studio, Mumbai. He turned an active content creater from 2014 after the video, How to annoy people who say- tu mere baap kp janta hai, went viral. In January 2019, the channel had more than 10 million subscribers.
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2. Kalanidhi Narayanan
Kalanidhi was an Indian classical dancer who was born on 7 December 1928 in Tamil Nadu in a brahmin family to Sumitra and Ganapati. She is a dancer and teacher of Indian Classical dance form of Bharatnatyam. She made her stage debut at the age of 12 years at the Senate House in chennai, for the Madras Music Academy. She had a brief career in the 1940s but she was married to a conservative family and stopped dancing. She returned to dancing in 1973 and start her career once again. She is honoured by many award like Padma Bhusan award in 1985, Sangeet Natak Akademi award in 1990 and she is also conferred by Sangeet Natak Akademi Tagore Ratna award in 2011.
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3. Surender Reddy
Surendra Reddy was born on 7 December in Machanapalli, Telangana. He is a Telugu language Tollywood film directer. He made his directorial debut, Athonokkade with Nandamuri Kalyan Ram. His noted films are Kick starring Ravi Teja, Ileana D\'Cruz and Race Gurram starring Allu Arjun and Shruti Haasan. He is honoured by Nandi award in 2005 and SIIMA award in 2014.
Surender Reddy: Directer
4. Janardan Navle
Janardan Gyanoba Navle is his full name. Janardan was born on 7 December 1902 in Fulgaon, Maharashtra. He is an early Indian Test cricketer. Navle faced the historic first delivery of India\'s first Test innings in 1932. He opened in both innings at Lord\'s in 1932 and also kept wickets. For many years he kept wickets for Hindus in the Bombay Quadrangular and Pentangular tournaments. He died on 7 september 1979 in Pune.
Janardan Navle: Former Cricketer
5. Purav Raja
Purav Raja is an Indian tennis player. He was born on 7 December 1985 in Mumbai. He specializes in doubles and competes on the ATP world tour. He has 2 ATP world tour level titles in men\'s doubles. He represent India in the Davis Cup. Raja turned pro in year 2005. He followed his success in year 2008 with four more ITF doubles final at New Delhi Challenger 4 with Rohan Gajjar. Raja registered his best result at Australian Open by reaching third round.
Purav Raja: Tennis Player