Manoj Pahwa Age, Wife, Family, Networth, Biography & More

Manoj Pahwa Age, Wife, Family, Networth, Biography & More


Profession Actor
Famous Role “Bhatia” from the widely watched Indian sitcom “Office Office” (2001)

Physical Stats and More
Height (guess) – 170 centimeters
– 1.70 meters
– 5’ 7” feet inches
Weight (guess) – 95 kilograms
– 210 pounds
Eye Colour Dark Brown
Hair Colour Black
Debut Tere Mere Sapne (1996) as a film

TV: Hum Log (In 1984)
Personal Life
Date of Birth Sunday, December 8th, 1963
Age (as in 2023) 60 Years
Birthplace Delhi
Zodiac sign Sagittarius
Nationality Indian

Hometown Delhi
School New Delhi’s National Public School
Ethnicity Punjabi
Address Yari Road, Versova, Andheri, Mumbai – 61, Sai Shakti
Relationships or More
Marital Status Married
Affairs or Girlfriends Seema Pahwa
Marriage Date Friday, January 23, 1988
Wife/Spouse Seema Pahwa (An Actor)


Children Son– Mayank

Daughter– Manukriti

Siblings Brother: His sibling is younger than him.
Rekha Pathak and Sunita Gupta are sisters.

Some Un-Known Facts About Manoj Pahwa

  • Manoj Pahwa is an Indian Actor and well-known figure in Indian cinema and television.
  • His mother was from Uttar Pradesh, and his father was born in Pakistan. In an interview, Manoj discussed his family and said,

“My father is originally from Pakistan, but my mother is from Uttar Pradesh. Since we had relatives in Jalandhar, Ludhiana, and Ambala Cantt in Haryana, I have lived in Punjab for a considerable amount of time. Being the oldest child, I had to take care of our automotive parts business after my father passed away. However, I gave my younger brother control of the company after marrying off my two younger sisters, and in 1994, my mother, wife, and two children and I moved to Mumbai”

  • Manoj’s father wanted him to manage their own business, a garage shop in Delhi, but Manoj had other ideas. He wanted to pursue acting as a career. Manoj stated in an interview that,

“I began performing in plays and Ramleela. When I told my father I wanted to work in this industry one day, he gave me a harsh reprimand. The lines “Ghar ke dhandha chor kar bhaandgiri karange” from his dialogue still ring true. However, acting was meant to be, and here I am. However, I would advise anyone interested in this field to first become qualified before entering it”

An Antique Photograph of Manoj Pahwa


Manoj Pahwa in an old photo with his sisters and father


An Antiquated Photograph of Manoj Pahwa and His Daughter
  • For a few years following his father’s passing, he managed the family business.
  • While he was employed with the theater company “Sambhav Group,” he got to know the well-known Indian actress Seema Bhargava. They were friends for a while before falling in love and getting married on January 23, 1988.
  • Rumors surfaced in 2017 stating that his son had become engaged to Sanah Kapur, the sister of Shahid Kapoor.
  • He has participated in several theatrical productions for Doordarshan, Sambhav Group, All India Radio, and Mandarshan.


    In a theater play, Seema Pahwa and Manoj Pahwa
  • Afterward, he and his family relocated from Delhi to Mumbai so that he could further his acting career. He has performed in several Hindi TV series, including “A Suitable Boy” (2020), “Shanti” (1995), “Just Mohabbat” (1996), “Sab Golmaal Hai” (1997), “Gudgudee” (1998), and “Office Office” (2001).
  • “Dhamaal” (2007), “Singh is King” (2008), “Ready” (2011), “Mausam” (2011), “Dabangg 2” (2012), “Jolly LLB” (2013), “Dil Dhadakne Do” (2015), “Mulk” (2018), and “Article 15” (2019) are a few of his well-known Hindi films.
  • Manoj has performed in a few regional motion pictures, including the 2014 Punjabi film Disco Singh and the 2011 Tamil film Engeyum Kadhal.
  • He met the regional producers in Chandigarh in 2011 while filming the Bollywood movie “Mausam,” which was directed by Pankaj Kapur. This led to the release of his debut Punjabi film, “Heer & Hero” (2013).
  • He has made appearances in over 200 TV ads. Following his appearance in the “8 PM whiskey commercial,” where he portrayed a Pakistani army officer, renowned Indian actor Kamal Haasan noticed him in the commercial and extended an offer for him to star in the movie “Hey Ram” (2000).
  • He used to receive Rs. 7,999 a day for a shoot in the late 1990s.
  • When discussing his passion for theaters in an interview, he stated,

“Actors use theater as their gym. Theatre provides an avenue for performers to hone their craft, imagination, and physical and mental fortitude as actors. To be current in theater, you have to keep improving”

  • Speaking about being pigeonholed in movies and TV shows, he said in an interview,

“I mean, I’m a realist. I am aware that I have to manage my kitchen if I am in a city like Mumbai. My family is here. Either I should give up playing comedic roles in movies and wait for one amazing opportunity in my life, or I should develop my inner artist on stage and try a lot of different things. Instead of whining, I make an effort to find joy in what I do. For that, the theater is available. That being said, we are in a fortunate moment as more and more people are producing unique films. As a result of character development, actors like myself are given the chance to engage in experimental work”

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