Kamlesh Sawant

Other names of Kamlesh Sawant: Kamlesh Sawanth

Kamlesh Sawant is an Indian film actor. Kamlesh has mainly worked in Hindi Bollywood cinema. He was born on 12 June 1974 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. He has worked in around 15 movies where his notable work includes the movies, Drishyam and Force. Kamlesh had started his career in the year 1989, first as a theatre artist and then moved to acting in films. One of his characters, Hawaldar Maruti Jagdale from the Marathi series Lakshya, which is a Crime Based series.

His other works include Khakee, Deewaar: Let's Bring Our Heroes Home, Family: Ties of Blood, Ek Krantiveer: Vasudev Balwant Phadke, Mumbai Meri Jaan, Jail, Aakhari Decision, Right Yaa Wrong, Right Yaaa Wrong, City of Gold - Mumbai 1982: Ek Ankahee Kahani, Force, Chakradhar, Bhoothnath Returns and Drishyam.

Mish Boyko

Mish Boyko is an English/British actor who is famous for Indian audiences for the role of Oleksander in the Bollywood film named Queen. However, KanganaRanaut called him Sikander. It got released in 2014. He was born in Nottingham, England. He was also brought up there. He is named after his father who was a Ukrainian. He never had the thought of being an actor until he took it up in college. He was supposed to choose between biology and acting. He chose acting. He came in contact with it and learned a lot while pursuing his studies. As soon as he graduated, he went to drama school, the Birmingham School of Acting in Birmingham, England. In 2010, he left it and decided to pursue a career in the filming industry. He has many roles to his credit. He has done parts in Dracula Untold (2014), Risen (2016) and Anthropoid (2016). He played Andrei in “Dracula Untold” and John in “Risen.” He debuted on TV with “Commitment,” portrayed James. The show was aired on NBC. Some other works to his credit involve The Burn, D is for Detroit and Waterloo Road (British TV series). He landed the role of Oleksander when his agent had put him up for it. He got a call back after his initial auditions. He met the director, VikasBehl, who offered him the part on the same day. While he was filming the film, he knew that it was special but wasn’t expecting the kind of reception that it received from the Indian audience. He said that knowing that people enjoy your work is an incredible feeling. He, especially, got love from the movie-goers and became famous. He finds it crazy to receive such affection and love from Indians, especially girls. He even got marriage proposals. He found Kangana easy to work with. Some of the scenes in the film between them were impromptu. VikasBehl let him express his point of view about the shot and character which gave him freedom to be creative. While working on the film, he tried to learn Hindi (he said, Thora Sa). He still keeps in touch with the cast and a few crew members and thus knows new films of Bollywood. His father loved his work and watched it while in Mumbai. He wants to go to Goa and Kerala, and they are on his must-visit list. He is doing a Gabriel Henrique Gonzalez’s film named Writer’s Room. He will do Bollywood films when a suitable role will fall in his way.

Mish Boyko Hindi Actor