Chirag Sethi was born in a town named Rajpura, near Chandigarh. Although we know him for his contribution to the industry of films and television that is not what Sethi was interested in at first. For a very long time, Chirag Sethi had taken care of and nurtured the passion he had for playing cricket, so much so that he wanted to represent his country and decided to take training for the same. His parents, however, were not really supportive of the idea, because of which he finally had to put an end to his dream of being a cricketer. Chirag Sethi had finally decided to take up acting and dancing more seriously and took training at Shiamak Davar Institute of Performing Arts. It was at this place that he was selected to perform in the closing ceremony of the Commonwealth Games that took place in Melbourne, Australia in 2006.

After working and struggling in a few advertisements he finally got a chance to show his skills when he was chosen to play a role in ‘Thuppaki’- a film made in the industry of the South. After having shown his acting skills, he impressed the director AR Murugadoss to such an extent that he decided to cast him for the same role of the Hindi remake of the film ‘ Holiday’ which was released in 2014. Sethi went on to do more, not only in Bollywood or the South Indian industry but also abroad. He got the chance of doing a cameo in the Hollywood film ‘ Million Dollar Arm’. The movie was directed by renowned director Craig Gillespie and was released in 2014 as well. He then got the chance of acting in ‘Inside Edge’. It was Amazon Prime’s first Indian original series. His performance in it was beyond extravagant. His performance, in fact, was so outstanding that it won him critical acclaim. Chirag Sethi also played the role of Udhariya in the horror-comedy film Nanu ki Jaanu that was released in 2018.

Shantilal Mukherjee Hindi Actor

Shantilal Mukherjee

"Shantilal Mukherjee was born in Sarsuna, Kolkata. He is one of the very well known actors in the Bengali film industry. Actor Shantilal Mukherjee is known well for his roles in movies like Buno Haansh, Moner Manush, Byomkesh Bakshi and many more. He had lost his father at a very young age and had to work hard to maintain his family. After having lost his father, he had to work in a small roadside tea stall for his living. After striving there, Mr. Shantilal Mukjherjee changed his work and started working in a construction company. In spite of having to work so hard, he completed his education and graduated from Asutosh College. He, however, always nurtured a great interest in theatres. This interest in theatres is what got him to where he is now. Despite his heavy work schedule he always made time for theatres, dramas, and plays in his early years and this got him the chance of an audition at Girish Mancha. He cracked the audition and thus gave his acting career a start. With a bit of an effort, he gradually established himself as a theatre actor. He was trained and taught acting by Ramaprasad Banik. However, in the year 1996, he gradually shifted from theatre and decided to focus more on doing acting on television. After struggling his way through a few TV serials he finally got recognition for Ravi Ojha’s “Ek Akasher Niche” Bengali serial and Debangshu Sengupta’s “Banhisikha” Bengali TVserial. He still continues working in a number of Bengali serials and movies. Apart from his work in Bengal, actor Shantilal Mukherjee is also well known for his work in Hindi movies like Kahaani and M.S. Dhoni: The untold story, both movies in which he has shown fine acting skills. He, however, has not done any other Hindi films yet. He is working in the Tollywood or the Bengali film industry at the moment. "