A biography on Nationwide Award-winning actor Manoj Bajpayee, penned by veteran TV journalist Piyush Pandey, will likely be launched in January.
Penguin India’s imprint Hind Pocket Books will publish the guide titled ”Manoj Bajpayee — Kuch Paane Ki Zid”.
Thought to be considered one of India’s most interesting actors immediately, Bajpayee has straddled the assorted codecs of performing from theatre to movies to OTT and has made a reputation for himself courtesy his unconventional abilities.
Pandey shared the duvet of the biography on Twitter Tuesday.
”Some tales are distinctive. @BajpayeeManoj ji’s story can also be like this. To be trustworthy, the story is totally ‘filmy’. This story has now been incarnated within the type of a biography. @PenguinIndia has printed and yours really has written it. Hope you prefer it,” the creator wrote.
In his reply to Pandey’s publish, Bajpayee mentioned he was pleasantly stunned a couple of guide on his cinematic journey and life.
”I do not even know once you wrote this! My finest needs to you! This can give me an opportunity to examine and perceive my life out of your standpoint!” the actor mentioned.
Bihar-born Bajpayee made his method into Bollywood with Govind Nihalani-directed “Drohkaal” in 1994 and obtained his breakout position the identical 12 months in Shekhar Kapur’s internationally-recognised function “Bandit Queen”.
In his profession spanning 25 years, the actor has attained acclaim in each indie and industrial cinema with movies like “Satya”, “Shool”, “Kaun”, “Zubeidaa”, “Pinjar”, “Gangs of Wasseypur”, “Aligarh”, “Bhonsle”, “Gali Guleiyan”, “Particular 26”, “Satyameva Jayate”, “Baaghi 2”, amongst others.
In 2019, he burst onto the OTT medium with Prime Video’s celebrated action-drama collection “The Household Man”, helmed by Raj Nidimoru and Krishna DK.
Apart from successful quite a few awards, Bajpayee has obtained finest supporting actor Nationwide Award for “Satya”, a particular jury award (function movie) for “Pinjar” and finest actor award for “Bhonsle”. He’s additionally a recipient of the Padma Shri, India’s fourth-highest civilian honor for his contributions to artwork.
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