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Jagesh Mukati Hindi Actor

Jagesh Mukati

Jagesh Mukati is a dedicated Hindi actor who has been acting in the Bollywood film industry since the late nineties. Even though he has acted only in a handful of movies, his signature look of well-combed, oiled hair, chubby cheeks, and square-framed glasses, has received a special place in the hearts of all moviegoers, young and old alike. He has, like many other actors in the industry, taken a lot of struggle to make it finally on the screen. He started his career as a supporting actor in small dramas and plays, some performed in theaters, and some even performed at religious festivals. Jagesh had a deep passion for acting since his childhood, and everyone who has ever witnessed his performance is made aware of this talent almost instantly. Certainly, it is his dedication and commitment to his performance that gave him a break into the movie industry. His first film was ‘Mann’, which was released in 1999. Featuring Amir Khan in the lead role, Mann was a love story which was well-received by the audience at that time and Jagesh’s performance as a supporting character received attention since it was the first time that anyone had tried the looks which he wore for the movie. It was since then that he adopted it as his signature look and followed it through his later work- ‘Hasee oh Phasee’ in 2014. In 2013, Jagesh appeared on the mini screen in a TV show known as ‘Amitaka Amit,' which deals with the story of a young girl who is confronted by the fact that she has to choose her father from two people before her, one of which is played by JageshMukati. The series was a huge hit since it proved that the serials were not a career option which was dominated exclusively by women. Jagesh completely stole the show and the hearts of the audience along with it. According to him, his brother, who was a father of a little girl, had a deep influence on him. The fact that his brother was an excellent father to his child inspiredJagesh to take up a similar role in the serial.

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Rahul Bose

Rahul Bose, who is an actor, director, writer and playback singer was born on 27th July 1967. He was born in Kolkata and then later shifted to Mumbai. His parents are Rupen Bose and Kumud Bose. He has an elder sister whose name is Anuradha Ansari. She is married to Tariq Ansari, the director, and owner of Mid-day Multimedia. Even as a child, Rahul had been interested in different plays and also participated in various co-curricular activities in school. He was interested in varieties of sports such as rugby, boxing and also obtained cricket training under Ali Khan Pataudi. He began his acting career in plays, and then in advertisements. His first stage play was when he was only six years old where he played the role of Tom, the piper’s son. Later he worked in television in India’s first English soap venture which was called A mouthful of sky. The first movie of Rahul Bose was Thakshak, which was directed by Govind Nihalani, where he played a negative role. His first direction was in the year 2000 in a movie named Everyone says I’m fine. . He won the Mani Kaul Award and recognition at the Palms Springs National Festival for best directorial debut. In the year 1997, he played the role of Saleem Sanai in the BBC adaptation of Salman Rushdie’s Midnight children. His first Bollywood cinema was Jhankar Beats. His acting in the movie Chameli along with Kareena Kapoor also won him much critical appreciation. He played an antagonist in the Tamil-Hindi movie called Vishwaroopam. In the year 2006, he worked with Konkona Sen Sharma in a movie on the life of a patient with schizophrenia. The movie won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in English. Rahul Bose won the Best Actor Award at Singapore International Film Festival for the film Split Wide Open in the year 2000. He is called the “superstar of Indian art house cinema”. He was the first Indian Oxfam Global Ambassador in the year 2007. He won the Mahesh Bhatt spokesperson Award in the year 2005 and Karamveer Puraskar in the year 2007. Rahul Bose is also associated with doing a lot of social work and works for some NGOs. He won the Youth Icon Award for Social Justice and Welfare in the year 2009 and also the Hakim Khan Sur Award for National Integration in the year 2012.

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