One of the most rapidly changing and fascinating industries for years has been the entertainment industry which has been home to thousands of artists, actors, writers, directors, and producers. There have been umpteen work opportunities within the industry but so has been the competition. With great demand coming from all nooks and corners of the world, it has further become a mandate and imperative for filmmakers to constantly deliver desired results to audiences. With changing trends and times, many movie streaming apps now have been developed which have provided sheer entertainment.
Yet a different class of audiences has preferred to watch their favorite movies in the theatres. When we talk about many talented artists and actors, one name that comes up has been Manoj Singh Tiger who has paved his way to the top by featuring in many Bhojpuri and Bollywood films.
Manoj Singh Tiger is a passionate and accomplished actor, born and brought up in Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh. He attended the University of Allahabad and completed a Bachelor of Arts. Popularly known for his comedy roles, Manoj Singh Tiger has also portrayed the role of a villain in many films. He has acted in approximately more than 300 films in languages like Hindi, Bhojpuri, Tamil, Marathi, Kannada, etc. He was seen in key roles in Bollywood films like The Accidental Prime Minister and Batla House. Born on 30th May 1976 and after completing graduation, Tiger went to Mumbai and joined with “Prithvi Theater”.
After taking over the theater, he formed the “Panch Raag Group” and had its first performance in the 1999 Netaji Ka Platform Show. Manoj Ojha’s play ‘Mans Ka Roodan’ became the foundation for establishing Manoj Tiger and later on he even featured in his film- ‘Chalat Musafir Moh Liyo Re’ which won him many laurels and plaudits. Since then both of them have featured in more than three dozen films.
Getting more recognition for his role of Batasha Chacha in Nirahua’s film “Nirahua Rickshawala” took his popularity to next level. The popularity of this character has been to a great extent that two films in the name of Batasha Chacha have also been released and audiences have loved it to the core. In addition to being a talented actor, Manoj Singh Tiger is also a writer and director. He has written about a dozen Bhojpuri films and a quarter dozen Hindi theatricals.
For more details, do follow him on Instagram at @manojsinghtiger.
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