Born on the 12th of February, 1991, Nikhil Wairagar is an actor in Indian cinema. He was born in the city of Pune, Maharashtra, where he spent most of his childhood and teenage years, attending the AW Sindhu Vidya Bhavan School in his early years. He graduated with a commerce degree from Marathwada Mitra Mandal College of Commerce. Throughout his college life, Wairagar made it a point to act in as many small plays as he could, including English language ones such as the Fiddler on the Roof.  

He also pursued a part in many Marathi plays across various colleges, which stands to reason as to why his debut was playing a part in the famous Marathi movie, Headline, alongside film actor Prasad Oak. This film was aimed at a Young Adult crowd and hashed out the issues of social media and how they affected the youth of the nation. After this initiation, Wairagar continued to act in many more films such as Ek Thriller Night with TV star Ashmit Patel, and many more, finally hitting his big break when he got a part in the 2016 sensation, Jalsa, a Marathi comedy alongside a similarly talented crew. This film was directed by Ashutosh Raj, and has a plethora of young talents like Bharat Ganeshpure, Abhijit Chavan, Sagar Karande, and Shital Ahirrao in pivotal roles.

The storyline of the film revolves around two teenagers Amar and Prem (played by Wairagar himself), from a rich family in Pune who has aspirations to enter the film industry as actors against the wishes of their parents. They receive help and support from other members of the family, mainly their uncle, and the storyline continues on the ups and downs in their lives through the use of comedy to set a light and frivolous tone for the entire length of the film. This addition to Wairagar’s resume has lifted him through great heights within the industry and has given him immense opportunities in the Marathi movie craze. He even has an important role in an upcoming movie called Gadmat, which is already at the post-production stage.

Most of Wairagar’s personal life has never seen the media, as the actor likes to keep to himself and does as little to get involved among the press; this sheds light on his down-to-earth nature and charismatic character. Furthermore, it is this modesty that has built the young actor a solid career in the field of Marathi cinema, earning him the respect and affection of thousands across the country.

Murari Kumar

Murari Kumar began his acting vocation with ACT One theater en masse in Delhi. He is likewise one of voice in Radio City's Babbar Sher. The gifted performing artist has been seen in different Hindi movies over the most recent 18 years, for example, Gulaal and Ek Hasina Thi. Prominently known as Guddu of Bollywood film's Gangs of Wasseypur section 2, Murari is directly a piece of the Amitabh Bachchan starrer TV program Yudh (which was aired on Sony TV) and he even offered his voice for Radio City's Babbar Sher. Expounding on his experience as a piece of the business, Murari shared his life incident, "After a lot of political face-offs between pastors in Bihar which prompted to carnage, I moved my base and settled in the capital city of Delhi. I joined a theater bunch called ACT One where gifted performing artists, for example, Anurag Kashyap, Makarand Deshpande, and KK Menon were a piece of. After they began discovering accomplishment with their Bollywood professions, he excessively learned his desires there. It was then that Anurag Kashyap offered him a part in Gulaal. Anurag has a noteworthy turn in building Murari’s acting vocation. He finds himself a skeptic, yet he discovered his God in the producer Anurag Kashyap and can do anything for him. Anurag helped him professionally as well as nourished him and dealt with him like a father he recalled. Murari claims that the business is colossal and on the off chance that one has the tolerance and time, there is zero chance of an on-screen character being unemployed. Discussing the sort of parts he might want to do, he affirmed that he is inclined toward doing negative parts as they are trying, as well as fits into his search which explores ideal for negative characters. Be that as it may, in Yudh he was particularly dissimilar to how he is in his own life. He needs to commit the film to each one of the individuals who ridiculed his fantasy to wind up distinctly an on-screen character. Hailing from Lakhanpur, a little town in Bihar, he is, at last, living his fantasy of turning into a performing artist in the Maximum City. Having been a piece of producer AnuragKashyap`s group for right around 12 years now, Murari says it`s a benefit for any performer to work with the chief. With a fantasy as an offspring of turning into a performing artist, Murari fled from his town and achieved Delhi. He moved here in 1996. Originating from a humble farmer`s family, the performing artist has three movies arranged, all delivered by Kashyap. Murari needs to stick to activity movies to attain great fame.

Murari Kumar Hindi Actor