The name, Yogesh Tripathi, is in itself an epitome of extraordinary talent who has reserved his place in the hearts of his audience with his phenomenal acting skills. He came into limelight for his role playing in an Indian television sitcom 'F.I.R.' which was aired on SabTV. Later on, he came into prominence with his effective role in ' Chidiya Ghar'. He belongs to a Hindu family. He has worked in some TV advertisements.

His versatile acting skills have earned him the fame of being the television's one of the most famous comedians. Currently, he is working as a police inspector in a family comic drama show 'Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai' which is aired on &TV. He is playing the role of a police inspector named 'Happu Singh' on this very show with the lead actors Rohitash Gaud, Aasif Sheikh and Saumya Shinde. For disclosing his personal favourites, we can tell you that Govinda and Kajol are his all time favourite actors.

Yashwant Dutt Hindi Actor

Yashwant Dutt

Yashwant Dutt played the role of the Chief Minister in 1998 released Marathi language movie “Sarkarnama,” and was an Indian film actor. Yashwant was also a noted Marathi theatre artist by ocupation. The actor was very popular with moviegoers and theatre-goers of late 1970s and still now it's hard to forget him and his acting skill. He was born in 1945. His nickname is Bobby. Dutt started his career with Vijay Tendulkar's play. Yashwant Dutt was associated mainly with the Hindi and Marathi film industry as an actor. He has acted in many films. Some of them go like the following: (1) Partho Ghosh’s directed movie “Yugpurush - A Man Who Comes Just Once in a Way”. The movie was released on 27th March, 1998. Besides Nana Patekar, Manisha Koirala, Jackie Shroff, he also played a small role. (2) Shrabani Deodhar’s directed film “Sarkarnama,” which was released on 1st January, 1998. In the Marathi film, Yashwant played a vital role. Besides, Yashwant Dutt’s performance, the movie is also notable for the performance of Dilip Prabhavalkar. (3) Sunny Deol, Sanjay Dutt, Amrita Singh, and Sonam starrer 1990 movie “Kroadh.” The Bollywood movie was directed by Shashilal K. Nair and was released on 23rd March, 1990. The music is given by famous “Laxmikant and Pyarelal.” (4) Salahuddin Pervez’s directed flick “Jumbish- A Movement.” Besides Padmini Kolhapure, and Akbar Khan, Yashwant Dutt played a role in this 1986 released movie. Till date, Dutt is known for acting in various movies such as “Yugpurush- a Man Who Comes Just Once in a Way,” “Sarkarnama,” “Kroadh,” “Jumbish- A Movement ” and others. Other than acting in films and theatres, Yashwant Dutt has also acted in an Indian Television soap which aired on Zee TV in the mid-1990 era. The name of the Television soap was “Hasratein.” Dutt played the role of Masterji. The television soap was a popular private channel show of mid-1990. The total number of episodes of the television soap were 208 and he had played the role of Masterji from episode 1 to episode 10. Yashwant Dutt rested in peace at the age of 53 in Mumbai, due to a heart attack.


Hamza Abbasi

Hamza Ali Abbasi was born on 23rd of June 1984 in Multan, Pakistan and he’s an actor, model and a film director from 2006. He has studied Bachelors in International Relations in JCC Kansas City, KS, USA and in 2006, he completed his studies in the United States and pursued his career as a professional stage actor in Pakistan by appearing in “Bombay Dreams”, “Phantom of the Opera” and “Home is Where Your Clothes Are”. He completed his Masters in International Relations from QUA, Pakistan. Prior to beginning his career as an actor, He completed CSS and was allocated in the Police Service of Pakistan. His mother is Begum Naseem and his sister is Dr. Fazeela Abbasi, a well-known dermatologist in Pakistan. He joined Twitter on 22nd August 2014 and he has over 1,783,600 fans on Facebook. This Charming, humble, handsome and single actor has an amazing talent in acting and he has proven his capabilities in film making too. During his interview with Sunday Plus, he has revealed that his favorite film actress is Ayesha Khan. And also he reviled about his first crush and it was when he was in 4th grade. And Hamza also said that he had a girly voice before having tonsils. His first drama serial was “Pyarey Afzal” and he did the role of Afzal. Hamza started his career in 2006 with theatre play and the role of Azam in “Meray Dard Ko Jo Zuban Miley” was the turning point of this career as an actor. In filmography he made his debut in a short film names “Glorious Resolve” (2011) and he performed in films such as “Mud House” and “The Golden Doll” (2011), “Main Hoon Shahid Afridi”, “Waar” (2013), “Jawani Phir Nahi Ani” (2013), “Kambakht” (2015) and upcoming movie “Maula Jatt 2” (2017). In “Warr” he played the role of a police officer and it was a Pakistani blockbuster. In ARY film awards, he has won the best star debut male and best supporting actor male awards for his appearance in “Main Hoon Shahid Afridi” and “Waar”. He pursued his directorial career with feature films such as “Mud House” and the “Golden Doll” which were based on the ordinary life of simple people. Few of his theatre plays were “Dally in the Dark” (2006), “Home is Where Your Clothes Are”, “Bombay Dreams”, “The Addams Family” (2007- Directed by Shah Shahrahbeel), “Phantom of the Opera” (2008), “Tom, Dick and Harry” (2009), “Moulin Rouge” (2010) and “Bombay Dreams” (2011- Directed by Ghazala Siddiqui).

Hamza Abbasi Hindi Actor