Many such stars related to the Hindi film world are present among us today, whom we know not by their real name but by the name of the film characters played by them many times due to their excellent acting. In this post of today, we are going to talk about one such actor of Bollywood, who has worked in many successful and brilliant films of Bollywood, and especially he is considered to be one of the most brilliant comedy of Bollywood. Known for the film Hera Pheri, in which he played the character of Garbage Seth.
The actor of the Bollywood film industry is none other than Manoj Joshi, who has proved his acting skills in a variety of characters. His film career has been around 24 years, in which he has worked in more than 120 Bollywood films. But he has been well-liked by the audience in most of the comedy and negative roles.
But, it was not so easy for Manoj Joshi to make his mark in the film world and he did not even have to go through many ups and downs to become successful as an actor, and in this post of ours today we are going to discuss the same topic. going to talk…
‘Rough’ roles done to survive
This was mentioned by actor Manoj Joshi himself during an interview, where he told that considering his needs, what he has done in his career in many ‘clumsy’ and ‘stupid’ roles, but he has to talk about it. Glad he never had to be typecast.
Manoj Joshi used to scour the studio throughout the day taking photos
Took his photo and took his photographs, Manoj Joshi used to visit the studio often, and he used to do this not in one but in many studios throughout the day. And after seeing many times, people used to throw their pictures in the dustbin. The matter was also disclosed by Manoj Joshi himself in the year 2019, where he told that many times the film directors and film makers used to refuse him on seeing his pictures.
For this reason, he once decided that he would never get a portfolio shoot done again in his life. On the other hand, when he reached to audition for a film, the film director threw him in the dustbin lying in front of him after seeing his portfolio and some of his pictures. But seeing this happening, Manoj Joshi’s faith was shaken for once.
After suffering a lot of ups and downs, Manoj Joshi finally decided to work not in the film world but in theatre, but during this time his luck turned again. In those days Manoj Joshi was working in a play, where director John Mathew saw him and gave him a chance to appear in his film Sarfarosh. After this, Manoj Joshi never looked back. After this, Manoj Joshi worked one after the other in the brilliant Bollywood films like Garam Masala, Chup Chup Ke, Bhool Bhulaiyaa, Vivah, Bhagam Bhag and Hungama.