Rahul Bhatt ()(born January 24, 1982), is an Indian fitness trainer and an aspiring film actor. The son of famous film director Mahesh Bhatt and Kiran Bhatt, Rahul gained unwitting notoriety in 2009 following revelations that David Headley, an accused in the 2008 Mumbai attacks, had befriended him.In an investigative report by PBS, Rahul Bhatt was described as a B-movie actor asking for favors to reveal more details about Headley 
The son of Mahesh Bhatt and brother of actress Pooja Bhatt, Rahul weighed 122 kilograms before he began working out. He thanks his fitness mentor Kaizzad Capadia. It is said that Rahul's father planned to launch him in 2007 with the film, Suicide Bomber, to be directed by Anurag Basu.
In September 2010, Rahul became part of the Indian television reality show, Bigg Boss 4, hosted by Salman Khan. After being evicted from the house, he claimed that the show was scripted.
Association with David Headley
In September 2008, Rahul Bhatt and friend Vilas Varak met David Headley at a Mumbai gym. After the 26/11 attacks, Headley wrote Rahul an email in which he said he would soon be visiting them again. According to Headley's testimony, he was fond of Bhatt and wanted to recruit him as ISI agent. He had also prewarned Bhatt not to visit South Mumbai area on November 26, the day when the Mumbai attacks started.