Manuj Sharma is an actor in the Indian film industry. He was born on the 26th of June, 1986, in Muzaffarnagar. His father is Mr. Om Prakash Sharma is into business, and his mother, Mrs.
, is a homemaker. Languages known by him are Hindi and English. He moved to Delhi with his family in 2004, where he completed his graduation in Hindi Literature and Dramatics from Bhagat Singh College (DU) in the year 2005-2007. He procured an acting Diploma from Shri Ram Center for Performing Arts, Delhi, in 2006-2007.
After doing proficient performance theater with numerous famous theater groups and characters, he moved to Mumbai in 2010. His first advancement was a TVC for the paper Hindustan Times and his pilot film was "Bhootnath Returns" released in the year 2014, after which he was seen as Shoaib in Ghosts. In 2015, he played the role of Chotu in the short movie Fuddu Boys, appeared in the short film Machis Hai Kya, Vineet in TVF Series – Pitchers, and played the role of Omar n Karan Anshuman’s comedy-drama Bangistan.
He then featured as Ranjeet in the movie
in the year 2017, Umya in Devashish Makhija’s Ajji, and Hitesh Kewalya’s shubh mangal saavdhan. The same year he played Bunty in FATHERS, Santosh in Bisht, Please, appearance in Office vs. Office, and K R Raghunath in Inside Edge TV Series. In 2018, Manuj appeared as Bunty in the
Dhatt Tere Ki
series and Rakesh in the short video Dil Dosti Daftar - Imperial Blue Men will be Men. He played the role of Bablu in
Why Cheat India
, Punter in Hamidabai Ki Kothi, and Umya in Happy short video, all released in 2019. He enacts the character of Faizu for the movie Lootcase (2020). Sharma has showcased various performances in mixed projects. We can say that he a new-gen versatile actor who has a history of working with big and growing names of the industry.