Mukesh Tiwari is an artist known for his work in the movie Gangajal, Golmaal and The Legend of Bhagat Singh. He is known for playing negative and comic side roles. He entered the film industry in the year 1998 with the movie China Gate in which he played the role of Jageera. He had a small but significant role in the movie. Many directors recognized his acting skills. Thus, in the year 2000, he starred in the movie called Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke. The movie was a huge failure but since Mukesh had a small role in the movie, it didn’t have much effect on his career. Thus, in 2001 Mukesh appeared in many movies. He exclusively appeared in either supporting roles or negative roles. He played the role of Danny Mendoza in the movie Aaghaaz in 2001.

In the same year, he appeared in two other movies namely Farz and Refugee in which he played a bad guy. In the following year, he became the first choice of every director for a negative role. In 2001, he played the role of Pagla Jaan in the movie Mitti. After that, he appeared in Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage, in which he played the role of Raman Dholakia. The movie received mixed reviews at the box-office, but Mukesh’s work was appreciated by most of the critics. He gained excellent recognition in the year 2002 when he appeared in the movie, The Legend of Bhagat Singh. Mukesh’s acting was breathe-taking.

After that, every director wanted him in his movie playing either a side role or a villain. He did more than ten movies in 2003. Some of his mentionable work in 2003 were in the movie Zameen, in which he played the role of Baba Zaheer, and in the movie Gangajal, in which he portrayed the role of Bacha Yadav. He gave an extraordinary performance in both these movie and is still remembered for his work in the movie Gangajal. His most memorable performance was in the movie LOC Kargil in 2003. He played the role of Lt Col Aasthana. It was one of the fewer times when he played a good guy in a movie. After that, he appeared in a lot of movies which include Dil Pardesi Ho Gya, Tarzan – The Wonder Car, Tango Charlie, Mangal Pandey, Ho Sakta Hai, and many more. His talents attracted the attention of many directors including Rohit Shetty and he offered him the role of Vasooli in the movie Golmaal. It was for the first time when he played a comic role in a movie. His portrayal of Vasooli was that much a hit that his fans still call him Vasooli instead of Mukesh.

Later, he did many movies with Rohit Shetty namely Golmaal Returns, Golmaal 3 and All The Best. Some of his latest work include the role of Shakti in the movie Dilwale.

Mukesh Rishi Hindi Actor

Mukesh Rishi

Mukesh Rishi is one of the best actors who has done negative roles in Hindi cinema. Mukesh is from Kathua, Jammu and Kashmir, from a Gujjar family. He completed his graduation from Chandigarh and worked in Mumbai for some time, he left India and moved to Fiji. In Fiji, he met his future wife of Fijian-Indian descent, Keshni Rishi and gave birth to two children, a son, and a daughter. They moved to New Zealand after marriage where he worked in an office job for some time and at the same time he started his career as a model. He worked in commercial jobs for seven years and despite the great efforts towards modeling he was not happy and finally moved back to Mumbai to start his acting career and enrolled himself at Roshan Taneja’s acting school. In 1988, he got his first break in Tollywood. Later he got the opportunities to work in Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu and Kannada films. Although he started his career by playing a villain character in Telugu films, he showed his versatility in many positive roles. Eventually, his talent was recognized, and he achieved great success in his career. He showed his talent in many blockbuster movies like Koi Mil Gaya, Jodie No. 1, Ghatak, Gupt, Kaalia, Sarfarosh, Kurukshetra, Rebel, etc. Narasimha Naidu, which was a Telugu movie and has got great success, after this movie he considered as one of the leading villains in Telugu movies. For his performance in Sarfarosh, he won the nomination for Filmfare Best Supporting Actor

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Govind Namdev

Govind Namdev is known for his villainous characters in Bollywood movies. However, he has worked in some significant television serials too.   Govind Namdev is a veteran actor who has performed a good number of character roles in Bollywood movies. He has also worked for some television serials and shows and he has also made a name in movies of regional languages. It should be noted that in his debut movie Shola Aur Shabnam, Govind Namdev played a negative role of a corrupt cop. While he has played some positive character roles too, but one can say that mostly he has played negative or antagonist roles. An alumnus of National School of Drama New Delhi, he has performed some notable theatrical works too. Some of the popular theatre dramas for which Govind Namdev has worked includes Tughlak directed by Ebrahim Alkazi. Some other popular plays of Govind Namdev are The Fools, Cherry Orchard, Andhayug, Othello, Azar Ka Khwab, Matta Villas, and Marco Millions.   Govind Namdev appeared in the television series Viruddh – Har Rishta Ek Kurukshetra which was telecasted on Sony TV in 2007. Namdev played the role of Mr. Sinha in the series whose main lead was Smriti Irani playing the role of Vasudha Raisinghaniya-Verma. Another popular serial for which Govind Namdev worked for was Aashirwad which was aired on Zee TV in the year 1998. In this serial, Govind Namdev played the role of Purushottam Choudhary, a strict patriarch. Navin Nischol also played a significant role in this serial.   Another Version Of this Bio... Govind Namdev is a well-known face of the Indian Cinema since the 90s. He is married to Sudha Namdeo and also has three Daughters named Pragati, Megha, and Pallavi. Making his debut as a Corrupt Cop in the film “Shola Aur Shabnam” in 1992, he has contributed over 25 years to the film industry with over 60 films to his credit. Born on 3rd September in 1950 in Sagar, India, he is a critically acclaimed actor who his famous for villainous roles in many films. In 1977, he attended the famous National School of Drama. He has given notable performances in some films, some of which are Bandit Queen, Satya, Kachche Dhaage, Mast, Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani, Sarfarosh, Qayamat, etc. In the year 1999, he was nominated for the Best Villain Award for his film Satya. He also has won many awards like Best Negative Performer of the Year (Male) at Screen Awards, Best Actor at Osian Cine Film Awards in 2009, Best Actor International Osian Cine Fan Awards in 2012, Best Performance (Male) at RAPA Awards and the very prestigious Madhya Pradesh Ratna award. He was last seen in films like Singham Returns and Main Gabbar. Now, He will be seen sharing screen space with Bollywood Badshah Shah Rukh Khan in his film Raees and another movie titled “JD”. In 2012, his daughter Pallavi got married to Vibin Das and the functions were graced by the who's and who of Film and TV industry like Shahrukh Khan, Anoop Soni, Anupam Kher, Raj Kumar Santoshi, Satish Kaushik, Juhi Babbar, etc. It was recently announced that Govind Namdeo will play the role of former Indian Prime Minister Morarji Desai in a Joint Production Venture of Hollywood and Bollywood titled “Solar Eclipse”. Directed by Karim Kedar, the film will depict the last stages of the Independence struggle. He will also be seen in a yet to be titled movie on Anna Hazare, an anti-corruption activist and Project Marathwada dealing with farmer suicide case directed by Shashank Udapurkar and Bhavin Mehta respectively. He has many more films in his kitty like Dussera based on Bihar Politics; Amrapali related to Gautam Buddha, etc. He is a great performer and has given some of the most power packed performances and is continuing to do so till date.

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