Sanjay Mishra Age, Wife, Family, House, Biography & More

Sanjay Mishra Age, Wife, Family, House, Biography & More

 

Biography
Profession Actor or a Director
Physical Stats or More
Height 170 centimeters
1.70 meters
5’ 7” Feet Inches
Weight 72 Kilograms
159 Pounds
Body Measurements – Chest: 40 Inches
– Waist: 32 Inches
– Biceps: 12 Inches
Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Light Brown
Career
Debut Actor in a film: Oh Darling! Hello, India! (iN 1995)

Director of the film: Pranaam Walekum (In 2015)
TV: Chanakya (In 1991)
Awards Filmfare Awards Wins

• Ankhon Dekhi won Best Actor (Critics) in 2015.
• Vadh’s Best Actor (Critics) for 2023

Other Rewards

• Best Actor at the 2015 Jagran Film Festival for Ankhon Dekhi
• Masaan won Best Supporting Actor at the 2015 Jagran Film Festival.
• Masaan won the 2016 Zee Cine Awards for Best Actor in a Supporting Role.

Personal Life
Date of Birth October 6, 1963
Age (as in 2023) 60 Years
Birthplace Bihar’s Darbhanga
Zodiac sign Libra
Nationality Indian

Hometown India’s Varanasi, in Uttar Pradesh
Schools Kendriya Vidyalaya BHU, located in Varanasi, India’s Uttar Pradesh
Colleges National School of Drama, India’s capital city
Educational Qualification Alumnus of New Delhi’s National School of Drama
Family Father– Shambhu Nath Mishra (He was a Civil Servant)
Mother– He never says
Brothers– Sumit Mishra

Amit Mishra
His sister Meenal Mishra

Religion Hinduism
Hobbies preparing food, enjoying Pink Floyd music, and taking pictures
Favorites
Director Mehta Ketan and Kapoor Rajat
Actors Shah Rukh Khan Nawauddin Siddiqui and Irrfan Khan
Food Achari Pepper Chicken with Mutton
Sports Cricket
Girls, Affairs, and More
Marital Status He is Married
Wife/Spouse Kiran Mishra

Marriage Date September 28, 2009
Children Son– No-one
Daughters– Pal Mishra and Lamha Mishra

 

 

Some Un-Known Facts About Sanjay Mishra

  • Sanjay Mishra is an Indian actor and a versatile performer who leaves a lasting impression in Bollywood movies by captivating audiences with his amazing performances that combine humor and depth.
  • In Darbhanga, Bihar, he was born.
  • His father worked for the Indian government’s Ministry of Information and Broadcasting.
  • In addition to being the District Magistrate, his grandfather was a Civil Servant.
  • His childhood was spent in Varanasi.
  • His grandmother, a singer for the Patna Radio Station, was one of his first musical influences. He had gone on vacations with her as a child.
  • His father’s strong passion for the arts encouraged him to pursue similar endeavors.
  • He struggled academically and failed class 10 twice.
  • He decided to go to the National School of Drama after hearing a lot about it.
  • Irrfan Khan was in his last year at NSD when he enrolled.
  • His NSD batchmate was Tigmanshu Dhulia.
  • In 1991, following his graduation from NSD, he relocated to Mumbai.
  • He frequently had to survive on Vada Paav and had to fight hard to survive in Mumbai.
  • Tigmanshu Dhulia offered him a television serial in the early nineties.
  • He chose to surround himself with Ketan Mehta after becoming a fan of him after seeing the cult classic Mirch Masala.
  • In 1991, on the first day of filming the TV serial Chanakya, he had to do over 20 takes.
  • He rose to fame in the 1999 Cricket World Cup thanks to his Apple Singh ads for ESPN Star Sports.
  • After starring as corrupt, red-tape-loving bureaucrat Shukla in the wildly successful sitcom Office Office, he rose to fame.
  • He won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor (Critics) for his well-received performance in the 2014 movie Ankhon Dekhi.
  • He also received the Best Actor Award at the 2016 Indian Film Festival in Los Angeles for the movie Masaan.
  • He disclosed in an interview that he had previously given up on his film career and moved to Rishikesh, where he worked as a cook and dishwashing attendant at a dhaba. He claimed that after losing his father and receiving a medical diagnosis, he had lost faith in his career.[1]As he discussed this, he said,

    “Things were different then. I had no grievances regarding the sector. I was dissatisfied with my life. At the time, my father had already passed away, and I was also unwell. Therefore, situations such as these cause you to seriously consider how you are spending your time”

    He stated,

    “I had a serious medical condition. My father passed away shortly after 15 liters of pus were removed from my stomach by medical professionals. I was beginning to lose my life. I then traveled to Rishikesh and began cooking omelets at a dhaba by the Ganga River. I will receive Rs 150 if I wash 50 cups a day, according to the owner of the dhaba. However, I later realized that I need money to survive”

    The actor credited director Rohit Shetty in the same interview for helping him make a successful return to the movie business. He declared,

    After a day of work, customers at the dhaba began to recognise me. They used to ask to take pictures with me and say, “Arre aap to Golmaal mein the na.” My mother would then beg me to come home over the phone while sobbing. In between all of this, I received a call from Rohit Shetty offering me a part in All the Best. I made the decision to return to work at that point.

  • His Hindi short film “Giddh” (The Scavenger) qualified for the Oscars after winning the Asia International Competition at the prestigious Short Shorts Film Festival & Asia 2023 in the “Best Short Film” category.

     

    Poster for Sanjay Mishra’s short film Giddh in Hindi
  • To check out his official Instagram account click on this link.

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