Manoje Biddvai, also known as Manoj Biddvai and Manoja Biddvai, is an Indian TV and movie actor. He is married to television actress Ravee. He started his acting career back in the days from Kyuki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi. Since then he has been seen working on many shows. He acted in Naaginn which from 2007 through 2009. He had one of the leading roles in this sitcom. In between he got a part in Tujhko Hai Salaam Zindagi, this show was broadcasted on Sony TV and ran from 2007 to 2008. This show was called off the air due to unpopularity and declining TRP ratings. He also got to play a role in one of the longest running TV sitcom of Indian TV history, Who Rehne Wali Mehlon Ki. This show was telecasted back then on Sahara One channel.

This show was first aired in 2005 and 2009 this show completed its 1000 episodes. Finally, it was called off in 2011. Manoje Biddvai was in this sitcom for a short period. He has been part of many serials, doing small roles. Mere Ghar Ayi EK Nanhi Pari, he was part of this show as an important character, but the show got pulled off by channel. Savdhan India, Kahin Kisii Roz, Dekho Magar Pyaar Se and Doli Saja Ke Doli Saja Ke is an Indian drama soap opera in Hind >> Read More... were the shows Manoje was part of. Almost, these all shows were cancelled by TV channels broadcasting them, due some or the other reason. Manoje Biddvai also tried some luck in movies. He acted in Trapped in Tradition: Rivaaz. But apparently, his luck didn’t take him to success path here as well. The movie was a flop. And after that Manoje has been struggling in and out of TV shows. And not much work has been coming his way.

Madan Puri Hindi Actor

Madan Puri

Madan Puri played the evil men character in his acting career in Hindi cinema. And he totally stands out as the best of the baddies. He used to belong to a generation where villains used to show knife and get claps from audiences. But his character was downright evil ('Gumnam', 'Mr. X in Bombay', 'Blackmail' and even was drawn straight out of comic strips in films like "Vidhata" or "Amar Prem". He had an acting career that spanned over five decades and he went to act over 430 films in his career. Madan Puri was the best of the baddies in two phases of his career. The first phase was when he acted with Dev Anand and Manoj Kumar films. The second phase was when he got an opportunity to act in Amitabh Bachchan’s blockbuster films. In 1960’s he was noticed in successful films like 'Kala Bazaar', 'Waqt', 'Neela Akash', 'Godan' and 'Ziddi' etc. He even acted in good character roles in films like 'Pyaasa Sawan' (1981), 'Ek Bar Kaho' (1980), 'Amar Prem'(1971) or 'Dulhan Wahi Jo Piya Man Bhaye' (1977). He was also cast as baddies along with Pran, Jeevan, Prem Chopra, Kader Khan, Amjad Khan or even Shatrughan Sinha in many films. His notable films also include ‘Deewar’,’ Vidhata’, ‘Mazdoor’, ’AgarTum Na Hote’ where he stood out really amidst actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Dilip Kumar or Rajesh Khanna even. He never got himself typecast, and he played roles of father, uncle, police officer, and a politician too. Madan Puri was really a versatile performer who ruled the film industry by doing at least eight films per year in mid-60’s and late 70’s. His brother Amrish Puri was also the renowned villain of Indian cinema. Madan Puri’s another brother Chaman Puri too appeared in many films as a villain. It was a matter of a chance that the three brothers got a chance to play the villain role in films. Chaman Puri’s hit movie was ‘China Town’, Madan Puri’s was ‘Upkar’ and Amrish Puri’s was Mr India. Madan Puri had acted with all generation actors from Dilip Kumar to Sunny Deol. The actor was born in Lahore (Pakistan) in 1915. He died in Mumbai on January 13, 1985. His wife had passed away long back, and he survived with his three sons. Although he belonged to the film industry, his sons were not drawn to glamour world at all. Even his brother, Amrish Puri's children, did not join films at all.