Pushpendra Singh is a talented, hard-working, vibrant Indian Karnataka film actor and director. He is famous for his comic roles in the Kannada Movie Industry. The particular contributions of the talented director and writer came in the Bollywood Kannada movies. He was born in Bangalore, the capital city of Karnataka. He currently resides in the same town. He has worked dominantly worked in Kannada Film industry and keeps coming up with some gratifying work. Working as an actor, he represents both the old and youth in his characters. He is a talented creative actor and still has got a lot in him to justify.

Being an Indian Kannada Film Actor, his specialties are playing comic roles. In a small acting career spanning over two decades, he had appeared in many supporting roles in several films, Lajwanti (2014), Koyelaanchal (2014) and Sir (2018). Before doing original movies, he worked in several documentaries and short films. His sense of humor is unbelievable. He has learned his superior acting skills from the Film Academy, Bangalore. This talented actor and comedian have not given up; he is working on some upcoming mind-boggling projects. He is trained and experienced in playing minor comic characters. His forthcoming works will undoubtedly see the best of him.

Salmaan Peerzada Hindi Actor

Salmaan Peerzada

Salmaan Peerzada has been a writer, director, and an actor in his film career. He was first seen in 1964, playing the role of Nan Thal in the TV series ‘The Indian Tales of Rudyard Kipling.' It starred Joss Ackland, Kenneth Fortescue, Patrick Westwood as the main cast. Also, he was seen in the TV series ‘Swizzlewick’ created by David Turner and was seen playing the role of Mohan Das. In the same year, he was seen playing the character of Jamil Ashruf in the TV drama series ‘Crossroads’ created by Hazel Adair and Peter Ling. And in 1964-1965 he was seen in yet another TV series ‘Emergency-Ward 10’ playing the characters of Dr. Murad and Mr. Bamgee. The series had a total of 992 episodes and went on from 1957 to 1967. In 1966, he was seen as Dr. Sahgal in a TV series called ‘Theatre 625.' This TV drama series consisted of 115 episodes and starred Michael Bryant, Judi Dench, Maurice Denham as the main cast. Also in the same year, he was seen playing the role of Abdul in an adventure-crime movie called ‘The Brides of Fu Manchu’ directed by Don Sharp and released on 16 December 1966 in the UK. It starred Christopher Lee, Douglas Wilmer, Heinz Drache among others. In 1967 he was seen in TV series like ‘Adam Adamant Lives!’ playing Prince Malmud and ‘No Hiding Place’ playing Ranjit Mahal. Also, during 1966-1967 he was seen in a drama TV series called ‘The Wednesday Play’ playing the characters of Jhimma and Mahah. In 1968, he was seen in TV series like ‘Frontier’, ‘The Jazz Age’ and ‘The Champions.' He was also seen in a movie called ‘Twisted Nerve’ playing the character of Shashie Kumar. In 1969, he was seen as an Airline Clerk in the movie ‘Vendetta for the Saint’ and was seen in TV series like ‘Strange Report’ and ‘Special Branch.' During 1966-1969 he was occasionally seen in episodes of the TV series ‘The Saint’ and ‘The Troubleshooters.' Through 1971 to 1984 he was seen in projects like ‘The Misfit’, ‘The Horsemen’, ‘Mr. Forbush and the Penguins’, ‘The Alf Garnett Saga’, ‘ITV Sunday Night Theatre’, ‘The Regiment’, ‘A Private Enterprise’, ‘The Blood of Hussain’, ‘Britannia Hospital’, ‘All for Love’, ‘Good at Art’ and ‘The Jewel in the Crown.' He was also the director and writer for a film called ‘Zar Gul’ which was released in 1997 in Pakistan.