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Manoj Bajpayee

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Manoj Bajpayee is a famous Indian actor known for his roles in Satya ( 1998 ) , Shool ( 1999 ) and Gangs of Wasseypur ( 2012 ) . He started his Bollywood career in 1994 with short roles in critically acclaimed movies like Drohkaal and Bandit Queen , his major success was Satya under the direction of Ram Gopal Varma . He played the role of Bhiku Matre in Satya which became very popular among the audience . For the role of Bhiku Matre he took suggestions from his maid on how to get the nuances of the Marathi accent and worked on the character for three to four months before filming began . In 1999 his next notable performance was in Shool where he played honey police inspector , the film portrays the politician-criminal nexus and the criminalization of politics in Bihar . His role of Rashid in Pinjar ( 2003 ) and Yogendra Singh Yadav in LOC Kargil ( 2003 ) were praised by the audience and critics but both movies were average at the box-office . In 2019 he was seen in Web-Series Family Man which was a hit and its second season released in June 2021 was also praised by critics . He married Neha ( Sabana Reza ) in 2006 , the Bollywood actress famous for her roles in Kareeb ( 1998 ) and Fiza ( 2000 ) . They have a daughter named Ava Nayla . In 2019, he was given India’s fourth highest civilian honor Padma Shri for his contributions to art

Manoj Bajpayee Biggest Hits

Movie Year
The Family Man Season 1 & 2 Web-Series 2019
Baaghi 2 2018
Special 26 2013
Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 1 2012
Raajneeti 2010
Veer-Zaara 2004
Shool 1999
Satya 1998
Bandit Queen 1994

Manoj has won several awards for his performance in films , web-series theatre and television . He is the winner of three National awards whereas several superstars of Bollywood are not able to win a single National award . In 2020 he received Filmfare OTT Award For Best Actor In A Drama Series (Critics) for the role of Srikant Tiwari in Family Man Season 1.

Manoj Bajpayee Film Awards

Award Category Film
National Award 2019 Best Actor Bhonsle
Filmfare Award 2017 Best Actor Critics Aligarh
National Award 2004 Special Jury Award
(Feature Film)
Filmfare Award 2000 Best Actor Critics Shool
Filmfare Award 1999 Best Actor Critics Satya
National Award 1998 Best Supporting Actor Satya

Manoj Bajpayee News

He wanted to become an actor since childhood , so he shifted to Delhi from his hometown at the age of 17 .
Nirmal Pandey role in Bandit Queen ( 1994 ) was first offered to Manoj but instead he acted as dacoit Man Singh .
He has attended acting coach Barry John’s workshop with Shahrukh Khan .
National Shool of Drama Delhi rejected him three times and he eventually thought of committing suicide , but he later joined there as a teacher .
He has done several TV shows like Shikast ( 1993 ) , Kalakaar ( 1994 ) , Imtihaan ( 1995 ) and Swabhimaan ( 1995 ) .
He won the Best Actor award at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne 2018 for psychological drama Gali Guleiyan .
“Mumbai ka king kaun: Bhiku Mhatre” dialogue of Manoj Bajpayee in the movie Satya ( 1998 )became very popular .

Biography & Personal Information

Real Name Manoj Bajpayee
Nickname Manoj
Date of Birth 23 April 1969
Bettiah , Bihar
Age 52 ( 2021 )
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Nationality Indian
Debut Film Drohkaal ( 1994 )
Religion Hindu
Profession Actor
Hits 14
Flops 44
Success 24.13%

Physical Stats & Other Things

Height 175 cm
5′ 9″
Figure Measurements Chest- 41″
Waist- 29″
Biceps- 14″
Weight (approx.) 68 kg
149.91 lbs
School Khrist Raja High School, Bettiah , Bihar
College Maharani Janaki College , Bettiah , Bihar
Satyawati College , Delhi University
Ramjas College , Delhi University
Educational Qualifications Graduate
Residence Mumbai
Hobbies Theatre

Personal Life & Family

Marital Status Married
Wife Neha ( Actress )
Father Radhakant Bajpai
Sister Poonam Dubey
( Fashion Designer )
Daughter Ava Nayla

Favourite Things

Food Biryani
Actor Amitabh Bachchan
Om Puri
Naseeruddin Shah
Vijay Sethupati
Actress Smita Patil

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