Herry Tangri is a Young abundantly talented actor born in Ludhiana city of Punjab; he studied acting in Pune city, Maharashtra and had done some theater in Chandigarh. This 30 year old actor who looks younger than his age debuted into Hindi Film industry with the film Love, Sex Aur Dhoka in which he played the character of Loki Local which was later nominated for several awards for “Best Actor in Negative Role” and “Best Actor in Comedy role”, after which he was offered several other movies. His next movie “ Mausam Click to look into! >> Read More... Mausam ” starring Shahid Kapoor Shahid Kapoor also identifies as the name Shahid K >> Read More... Shahid Kapoor didn’t work well at the Box office but his character was appreciated widely and fetched him a role in Farhan Akhtar's blockbuster “Bhagg Milka Bhagg” in which he was a Sikh soldier “Taran Singh”- a friend of Farhan, for this character Herry Tangri had to gain 10 pounds.

In the movie “Love Shove te Chicken Khurana” Herry says he played the role which was similar to his real life character, a spoilt brat from Punjab and considers this film to be lucky since he had to shoot it in his hometown Ludhiana. Due to the resemblance between cricketer Yuvraj Singh Yuvraj Singh is an Indian cricketer, born to a sta >> Read More... Yuvraj Singh and Herry Tangri, he was offered the role of Yuvraj in Sushant Singh Rajput’s “ Dhoni Click to look into! >> Read More... Dhoni ” biopic. It was reported that during his shoot in Rajasthan, a group of kids approached Herry mistaking him for Yuvraj Singh and Herry who didn’t want to disappoint the kids had to play along. Yograj Singh Yograj Singh Bhagsingh Bhandal is a former Indian >> Read More... Yograj Singh , (Yuvraj’s father) also couldn’t refuse but to acknowledge the resemblance between the two. However Herry is yet to meet Yuvi and the second schedule of shooting began in January 2016. Herry Tangri has signed few other projects including Atul Agnihotri’s “Freedom” in which he plays the Lead role and a Punjabi movie titled “Bhaangra”.