Bhagwaan Tiwari is a Bollywood actor who has impressed one and all with his exquisite and impeccable acting skills. He might not have spent decades in Bollywood, but his acting technique is that of a polished star. His father was an army man, and he was just five years old, when the family shifted to Ramanujganj, a small district in the state of Chhattisgarh.

A glance at his curly mustache and you will come to know that he is a tough guy. His rough look might be a reason that he has acted as a police inspector in his career many times. The local people of Chhattisgarh have started to address him as the ‘Policewala of Bollywood’. Bollywood movie ‘ Masaan’ gave him the recognition that was missing until then. He became a hero. His acting was appreciated by the film fraternity as well as the critics. He brought life to the character of Inspector Mishra, which he played in the movie. Apart from ‘Masaan’, he has played cameos in Tevar(2015); Run Bhoomi Champs Don’t’ Cry (2015), Ekkes Toppon Ki Salaami (2013), Commando (2013), Special 26 (2013), A Wednesday (2008) and a few others. He is now working on a film named ‘Raes’ starring Shah Rukh Khan, which will hit the cinemas in 2016.

Bhagwaan Tiwari also conducts various workshops for children across the county. He might not have become a superstar, but yes he is a critically acclaimed actor.

Baburaj Hindi Actor

Baburaj

Baburaj is an Indian cinema actor and director. He has appeared in villain roles in Telugu, Malayalam and Hindi movies. He was born to T.I.Karmali Thottungal and P.J.Jacob Oleekkal. He entered into wedlock twice and has four children, two from his first marriage named Akshay and Abay, and with his second marriage to Vani Viswanath, they have a daughter Archa and son Adrith.   Baburaj started his acting career as a small kid. In 1994, he debuted with a Malayalam movie Beeshmacharyar. The movie was directed by  Cochin Haneefa. He had got a role of notorious villain in the movie. He also acted in the remake of Malayalam film, Godfather, that was remade as Hulchul, in the Bollywood industry. He has produced one Tamil and four Malayalam movies.  Baburaj debuted as a director with the movie, Black Dalia, a Malayalam movie in 2009. It starred actor Suresh Gopi. Baburaj also directed, Manushyamrugam. He did a comic role in the movie Salt N' Pepper in the year 2011. The movie was directed by Aashiq Abu. For his comic role, he was also nominated for the Best Supporting Actor Award- Malayalam at Filmfare's. After his successful venture in the movie, he was one of the busiest actors in Malayalam industry. In Naughty Professor, DYSP Sankunni Uncle, he acted in the lead role.  Baburaj recently came into news for being in The Address Downtown Hotel, Dubai when the fire took place there on the New Year's Eve. He was there for shooting with his crew. All were reported safe after the incident.

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