- Manoj Joshi (actor)
Manoj Joshi at Bin Bulaye Baraati Bash
Born Manoj Joshi Nationality Indian Other names Manoj Joshi Occupation Actor, Comedian Known for Guru
Manoj Joshi (born 1965) is an India film and television actor. Joshi began his career in Marathi theatre, also putting up performances in Gujarati and Hindi theatre. He has also acted in over 60 films since 1998, many of his roles being comedic.
His earliest well known serials include Chanakya, Ek Mahal Ho Sapnon Ka, Rau (Marathi), Sangdil, Kabhi Souten Kabhi Saheli, Khichdi (Occasional), Mura Raska Mai La (Marathi). This was followed by film roles in Sarfarosh (SI Bajju) alongside his brother who played the well known Bala Thakur in the film. Joshi's break came as a comedian in the priyadarshan flick Hungama which was followed by Hulchul, Dhoom, Bhagam Bhag, Phir Hera Pheri, Chup Chup Ke, Bhool Bhulaiya, and Billo Barber. Manoj Joshi is also in the Star Plus series Gulaal
- Chanakya (TV series) (1990) - Shriyak, son of Shaktar.
- Jaaneman Jaaneman (2001)
- Kehta Hai Dil (TV series) (2002–2005) - Mayor Sahab
- Sarfarosh (1999) - Sub-Inspector Bajju
- Devdas (2002) - Dwijdas Mukherjee
- Hungama (2003) - Sub-Inspector Waghmare
- Joggers' Park (2003) ... Tariq Ahmed
- Dhoom (2004) - ACP..
- Jaago (2004) - Advocate Satya Prakash Satwani.
- Hulchul (2004) - Lawyer
- Page 3 (2005) - Bosco
- Phir Hera Pheri (2006) - Kachara Seth
- Chup Chup Ke (2006) - Pooja's father
- Garam Masala (2006)
- Golmaal (2006)- Harichandra Ramchandra Mirchindani "Harami"
- Vivah (2006) - Bhagat-ji
- Bhagam Bhag (2006) - MG Gandhi
- Guru (2007) - Ghanshyam bhai
- Bhool Bhulaiyaa (2007) - Badrinarayan Chaturvedi
- Mere Baap Pehele Aap (2008) - Chirag Rane
- Billu Barber (2008) - Damodar Dubey
- De Dana Dan (2009)- Brij Mohan Oberoi
- Maniben.com (2010) - Bhadresh Bhai
- Khatta Meetha (2010 film) (2010)
- Ready (2011)
His father is Navneet Joshi, and his younger brother was late actor Rajesh Joshi (d. 1998)..Manoj Joshi is basically from Adapodara Village, Near from Himatnagar City, District Sabarkantha, Gujarat.
- ^ a b "Winning over with words". The Hindu. 8 January 2003. http://www.hinduonnet.com/thehindu/mp/2003/01/08/stories/2003010800120100.htm. Retrieved 16 February 2010.
- ^ "Bhagam Bhag". The Indian Express. 22 December 2006. http://www.expressindia.com/fullstory.php?newsid=78565. Retrieved 16 February 2010.
- ^ "The King of Comedy delivers again". The Hindu. 9 October 2007. http://www.hindu.com/2007/10/09/stories/2007100950490200.htm. Retrieved 16 February 2010.
- ^ "Rangeela's Pakya dies in an accident". The Indian Express. 13 January 1998. http://www.indianexpress.com/ie/daily/19980113/01350924.html. Retrieved 16 February 2010.
- Manoj Joshi at the Internet Movie Database
- Manoj Joshi at Bollywood Hungama
- Living people
- Indian film actors
- Indian television actors
- Hindi film actors
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