Ramesh Talwar is a veteran entertainer and has done tremendous work in Indian films, theatres and TV serials industry. After doing a lot of Off-Camera work, he finally appeared in a TV series in 2011 and played the unforgettable role of Bhawanji Bha. Mukti Bandhan was the adoption from Harikishan Mehta’s popular novel Mukti Bandhan. It featured the story of IM Virani a common man who had the extraordinary vision to become a successful business man. How he became ordinary to extra ordinary and faced threats from rival businesses is the story all about.
Before that he was known for his award winning direction work for the films like Basera and Doosra Aadmi. Talwar debuted as a child actor in Love in Shimla (1958) followed by Dhool Ka Phool (1959). He also appeared in V.Shantaram’s Phool aur Kaliyan (1960) directed by Ram Gabale which bagged National Award – Gold medal for the best children's film.
He assisted the veteran director late. 1969 – 1979 and started direction for several films 1977 onwards. He was associated with theaters from childhood days joined Juhu Art Theatre with veteran actor late.
. He was active as an actor with theater from 1959–1974 and started direction of plays later on.
Apart from that, he has also been a Jury Member for various awards like Filmfare Awards, Indian Films Panorama, 3rd Eye Film festival, Mumbai Film Festival (MAMI) and the Chairman of Jury (TV awards by Screen).
He is the nephew of Sagar Sarhadi who is film writer, short story writer and play writer.