Shrikant Verma is an Indian actor famous for his roles in Hindi films. He played the role of ‘Kapoor’ in the film " Chor Chor Super Chor," released in 2003. He also played the role of ‘Masterji’ in the film " Ankhon Dekhi" released on 21 March 2014. Srikant also worked in the film " Dum Laga Ke Haisha" of 2015. He played the role of "Shakha Babu". The film portrays the story of Prem Tiwary owning a cassette shop in Haridwar.

After great insistence from his father, Prem decides to marry educated but overweight girl. However, Prem dislikes her and openly shows his disinterest in her. Back home, Sandhya tries to attract him. After some time of his marriage, one of his friends gets married. During the marriage, after getting too much drunk, he openly says that sleeping with her is like a hell. This leads to heated quarrels.

The story leads to a competition that brings two people falling apart closer and ultimately reunited with blossoming love.

Shrivallabh Vyas Hindi Actor

Shrivallabh Vyas

Shrivallabh Vyas is an Indian television, film and theater artist. Vyas, who also goes by the name of Palav Vyas, completed his education at the National School of Drama in Delhi. Vyas set foot in the television world in 1994 with Tara where he played the role of Mr.Chavan. In 1996, he featured in Ajab Si Hai Zindagi, where he portrayed the character of Mufti Uncle. Vyas was also cast in soap operas such as Justujoo and Mrityunjay. But, the role that made him a television celebrity was that of the former Al Qaeda terrorist, Osama Bin Laden. He played the role of the terror outfit chief in the serial “Timebomb 911.” Vyas has also featured in Sony Entertainment television’s CID. The financial constraints of the Vyas family led Vallabh into juggling his acting career with that of a government office job at Mumbai Municipal Corporation. He also managed to pocket many theater and stage play roles to sustain his family’s needs. After acquiring cameos in various Marathi films, Vyas ventured into Bollywood as Dr.Paranjpe in the 1999 movie Khel, followed by which he pocketed roles such as Ansar Kamran in Yaarana, and a family manager in the film Deewana. 1998 marked his role as Mohammad Ali Jinnah in the Paresh Rawal starrer “Sardar.” Vyas has also featured in Sarfarosh, Satta, Desh Devi, and Lagaan. Lagaan went on to be one of India’s greatest hits and was almost on the road to the Oscar Awards. Vyas played Gracy Singh’s father, in the film. He also featured in Dil Bole Hadippa in 2009. Vallabh Vyas suffered from paralysis as the outcome of a surgery which he had to undergo after falling unconsciously at his home. He passed away on the 27th of August 2011.


Shriram Lagoo

Dr. Shriram Lagoo is an Indian actor who is known for being a character-specific or a method-actor. Lagoo originally from Satara completed his formal education at Fergusson College and graduated from the B.J.Medical College. He discovered his passion for drama and the theater during his college days, and joined Bhalba Kelkar’s “Progressive Dramatic Association.” Kelkar, a senior student at the same college Lagoo, attended, shared his like-mindedness, and penchant for acting. Later on, Lagoo pursued further specialization in his education field by taking up a course in ENT in Mumbai. He practiced medicine in Pune, Mumbai, and also continued training in various courses abroad. In the year 1969, Lagoo made his theater debut with the Marathi stage play “Ithe Oshalala Mrityu,” thus switching his mainstream profession into acting. He also worked briefly with Rangayaan, a theater company in Mumbai. Lagoo is renowned for his lead role in the well-known Marathi play “Natasamrat,” scripted by Kusumagraj. He has featured in Marathi movies such as Sinhasan, Saamna, Khichadi, Pinjra, and Shasan. Lagoo was cast in television serials such as Waqt Ki Raftar, Thoda Sa Aasman, and Khandan. Besides, he has also featured in more than a hundred movies which include Hera Pheri, Bullet, Imaan Dharam, Kinaara, Inkaar, Des Pardes, Muqaddar Ka Sikandar, Meera, Manzil, Jurmaaan, and Sargam, during the 70s. The next decade saw him in films such as Do Aur Do Paanch, Swayamvar, Sadma, Pukaar, Kaamchor, and in Ben Kingsley’s “Gandhi,” just a name a few of the lot. The 90s featured him in Khuddar and “Aurat Aurat Aurat.” Lagoo was a part of more than forty stage plays, inclusive of Hindi, Marathi, and Gujarati, also directing many of them. In his legion of Awards, Lagoo is the recipient of a Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor, a Kalidas Samman, and a Sangeet Natak Akademi Fellowship. Lagoo is an anti-corruption crusader, and an activist, who was a part of Anna Hazare’s campaign in 1999. He has also been extremely vocal about various social issues and is actively involved in philanthropy.

Shriram Lagoo Hindi Actor