Mukul Nag

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Mukul Nag is an Indian actor. He is best known for playing the revered saint, Sai Baba of Shirdi, in the Hindi language historical drama series Sai Baba. The series was produced by Sagar Films and broadcast by DD National in 2003.[1]

In an interview with Sai Leela Times, Mukul Nag said: "Papaji (Ramanand Sagar) asked me just one question before he cast me as Sai Baba in the serial. He asked me how you're planning to do this role? I replied I do my job with full Devotion (shraddha), and he said you're doing this role - I just want to know this."[2]

Mukul Nag is one of the best actors of National School of Drama, India. He was born on 25 October in a small city of India. His first play, Taimoor or Balak, was directed and acted by himself at the time when he was just 12 years old. After finishing his studies, he started his course with National School of Drama. He then acted with Sagar Films in Krishna as Sudama. Mukul Nag have his own production house name Amita Nag Production.

In Bollywood, he performed in various movies :

  • Apaharan (2005) as Usman;
  • Satta (2003);
  • Company (2002) as Insp. Navlekar;
  • Mast (1999) as Blacker;
  • and Hazaar Chaurasi Ki Maa (1998)
  • Phantom (2015)
  • gangajal (2003)

He worked in the movie BHAGAT SINGH as Chandrashekhar Azad.


  • Biyabaan (2016)[needs update]

HE also made the movie under his home production name " ZARB-PRAHAR SHABDON KA " for this movie he got an award for the BEST DEBUT DIRECTOR in NMIFF 2017 and also in INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL OF PRAYAG ( IFFP ) 2017 .


  1. ^ "TV's fascination for the gods". Retrieved 29 October 2007.
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