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Who is Manoj Pahwa ?

Manoj Pahwa is a well-known Bollywood and TV actor. Talking about TV Serial, who will not remember Bhatia Ji of Office Office. Although we have mostly seen Manoj Pahwa in the role of comic-satire, but in the Tum Bin movie, Manoj was seen acting very seriously in the role of Police Commissioner DeMello.

Manoj Pahwa`s Birth

Born on 1 September 1963 in Delhi, Manoj Pahwa is from a Punjabi family. Just Mohabbat (1996–2000) was his first TV serial and Tere Mere Sapne (1996) was his first film.

Manoj ji has acted in more than 70 films so far, including Twin 2, Veere Di Wedding, Marriage Sure, Dedh Ishqiya, Mulk, Main Tera Hero, Singh Is King, Being Cyrus, Dabangg 2, Jolly LLB, Satya, Taal, Housefull, Ready, Darna Necessary, Wanted, Dhamaal are prominent.

Few people know that Manoj Pahwa`s played a small character named Tony in the early days of Doordarshan serial Hum Log, which would help Manjali to run away from home and fulfill her dream of becoming a heroine.

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Veteran artist Manoj and his wife Seema have formed their own theater group Kopal. For Kopal, Seema looks after the direction and Manoj Pahwa works for the production. His children are also actively associated with the Copal Theater Group.

Manoj`s wife

Manoj Pahwa’s wife Seema is also not an introduction. You must have seen Seema Ji in many TV serials and movies.

Manoj and Seema Bhargava first met in 1984 on the set of Hum Doordarshan Serial. This acquaintance turned into friendship and friendship into love and finally in 1988 Manoj and Seema got married. Manoj Pahwa and Seema Pahwa have 2 children, son Mayank Pahwa and daughter Manukriti.

Seema Pahwa played the role of Rajesh Bauji (Sanjay Mishra) ‘s wife in the Aankhon Dekhi Movie and Seema Pahwa in Dum Laga Ke Haisha Movie as Gol Choti Bhumi Pednekar’s shocked-troubled Indian mother.

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