Pankaj Tripathi

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Pankaj Tripathi
Pankaj Tripathi World Premiere Newton Zoopalast Berlinale 2017 06.jpg
Tripathi in 2017
Born
Pankaj Tiwari[1]

(1976-09-28) 28 September 1976 (age 46)
Alma mater
OccupationActor
Years active2004–present
Spouse
Mridula Tripathi
(m. 2004)
Children1

Pankaj Tripathi ( Tiwari; born 28 September 1976) is an Indian actor who predominantly works in Hindi cinema and also has appeared in a Telugu and Tamil language film. He has worked in more than 60 films and many television shows and has established himself as one of the finest actors in Hindi cinema.[3][4] Tripathi is the recipient of several awards, including a National Film Award, a Filmfare Award, a Screen Award and an IIFA Award.

Born in Gopalganj, Bihar, Tripathi got more attracted to art in Patna where he was doing his higher studies, He started visiting various drama shows, he started acting as well. In 1995, he performed a small role in a local play, where his performance was highly appreciated by the audience and media alike. From there on, he became a regular theatre artist. He enrolled himself in the National School of Drama in 2001, from where he graduated and moved to Mumbai in 2004. Tripathi did an uncredited role in the film Run (2004) starring Abhishek Bachchan. He did several small roles in films such as Apaharan (2005), Dharm (2007), Raavan (2010), Agneepath (2012) and in some television series including Powder.

Tripathi rose to fame with the role Sultan in Anurag Kashyap's Gangs of Wasseypur. Since then, he has appeared in many commercial films as a supporting actor, including Singham Returns (2014), Dilwale (2015), Kaala (2018), Super 30 (2019), Extraction (2020), Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl (2021) and 83 (2021). While Tripathi has received critical appraisal for multiple films, including Fukrey (2013), Masaan (2015), Nil Battey Sannata (2016), Bareilly Ki Barfi (2017), Newton (2017), Fukrey Returns (2017), Stree (2018), Ludo (2020), Kaagaz (2021) and Mimi (2021) for which he won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor. For Newton, Tripathi earned several awards, including a National Film Award – Special Mention.[5] He has starred in several web series, including Mirzapur, Criminal Justice, Yours Truly and Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors.

Early life[edit]

Tripathi was born on 5 September 1976[6][7] in a Bhojpuri Hindu Brahmin family in Belsand village[8] (Barauli block) in Gopalganj District in the Indian state of Bihar, to Pandit Benares Tiwari and Hemwanti Tiwari as the youngest of their four children.[9] His father works as a farmer and Hindu priest.[8] Tripathi also worked as a farmer with his father until he was in the 11th standard at school. During festive seasons, he used to play the role of a girl in his village's natak, which was appreciated by the villagers and ultimately prompted him to make a career out of acting.[10] He moved to Patna after high school where he studied in Institute of Hotel Management, Hajipur. He did theatre and was active in college politics.[11] Out of fear of failure in acting he also worked briefly at Maurya hotel [1] in Patna, where he encountered his idol Manoj Bajpai. Tripathi later narrated that once, while he was working as a chef at Maurya Hotel, he decided to keep Bajpai's slipper, which the latter forgot in his room, as a souvenir. After his stay of about seven years in Patna, he moved to Delhi to enroll in the National School of Drama, from where he graduated in 2004.[12][13]

Career[edit]

Graduated from the National School of Drama, Tripathi moved to Mumbai in 2004, Firstly he played the role of politics in the Tata Tea ad and subsequently performed an uncredited role in the film Run.[14][15] In his early career, he played mostly negative roles and became synonymous with gangster characters.[16][17] He appeared in many Hindi films in unnoticed roles including Apaharan (2005), Bunty aur Babli (2005), Omkara (2006), Shaurya (2008), Raavan (2010) Aakrosh (2010), Chillar Party (2011) and Agneepath (2012). In 2008, he also acted in the Bahubali TV series, and later in Powder on Sony TV as well as in few television serials such as Gulaal and Sarojini - Ek Nayi Pehal.

In 2012, he made his major breakthrough, when he was widely acclaimed for his role Sultan in Gangs of Wasseypur duology. His audition for the film went on for approximately eight hours.[18][19] Later, he played a variety of roles and won critical acclaim for the same.[20] Since then he has starred in several commercial films as well with critically acclaimed performances. His first film as a lead actor was the 2017 film Gurgaon and also gained appreciation in Kaagaz (2021).[21] His 2017 film Newton was India's official entry for the Academy Award in best foreign film category.[22] Tripathi made his debut in Tamil cinema with the film Kaala, which was released on 7 June 2018.[23]

He also starred in leading roles in the 2018 acclaimed and successful web series Mirzapur[24] and Mirzapur season 2 available on Amazon Prime and in other, the 2019 web series Sacred Games available on Netflix as well as in Criminal Justice as a lawyer.

Personal life[edit]

Pankaj met Mridula during a wedding ceremony in 1993, at that time Mridula was studying in class IX and Pankaj was in class XI. Pankaj fell in love with Mridula at first sight. Pankaj and Mridula had to persuade their parents to marriage because Pankaj's sister was married to Mridula's brother, and marriage in the same family was against their caste. After much effort, the couple got married on 15 January 2004. They moved to Mumbai after their marriage and in 2006, they had a baby girl named Aashi Tripathi.[10][25][26]

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Film Role Notes
2003 Chigurida Kanasu Pankaj Uncredited (Kannada film)
2004 Run Unnamed Uncredited
2005 Apaharan Gaya Singh's Crony
Bunty aur Babli Inspector Jatayu Singh
2006 Omkara Kichlu
2007 Dharm Suryaprakash
2008 Mithya Tipnis
Shaurya Major Virendra Rathore
2009 Chintu Ji Paplu Yadav
Barah Aana Inspector
Pyaar Bina Chain Kaha Re Villain Bhojpuri Film
2010 Valmiki Ki Bandook BDO Tripathi Short Film
Raavan Gulabiya
Aakrosh Kishore
2011 Chillar Party Secretary Dubey
2012 Agneepath Surya
Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 1 Sultan Qureshi
Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 2
Dabangg 2 Filawar
2013 ABCD: Any Body Can Dance Vardha Bhai
Rangrezz Brijbihari Pande
Fukrey Pandit
Anwar Ka Ajab Kissa Amol
Maazii Rathiji
Janta v/s Janardan – Bechara Aam Aadmi
Doosukeltha Dilleeswara Rao Telugu Film
2014 Gunday Lateef
Singham Returns Altaf
2015 Manjhi – The Mountain Man Ruab
Life Biryani
Masaan Sadhya Ji
Dilwale Anwar
2016 Nil Battey Sannata Principal Srivastava
Global Baba Damru
Mango Dreams Salim English Film
2017 Coffee with D Girdhari
Anaarkali of Aarah Rangeela
Newton Atma Singh
Gurgaon Kehri Singh
Bareilly Ki Barfi Narottam Mishra
Fukrey Returns Pandit
Munna Michael Balli [27]
2018 Kaalakaandi[28]
Kaala Pankaj Patil Tamil Film
Angrezi Mein Kehte Hain Feroz [29]
Phamous Tripathi [30][31]
Stree Rudra
Harjeeta Coach Punjabi Film
Bhaiaji Superhit Builder Gupta [32]
Yours Truly Vijay Released on Zee5[33]
2019 Luka Chuppi Babulal [34][35]
The Tashkent Files Gangaram Jha [36][37]
Super 30 Shri Ram Singh [38][39][40][41]
Kissebaaz Chuttan Shukla [42][43][44][45]
Arjun Patiala Film Producer Cameo[46][47][48]
Drive Hamid Released on Netflix
2020 Angrezi Medium Tony [49]
Extraction Ovi Mahajan Sr. Released on Netflix
English Film[50]
Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl Anup Saxena Released On Netflix[51]

[52][53]

Ludo Satyendra "Sattu Bhaiya" Tripathi Released On Netflix[54][55][56]
Shakeela Salim [57]
2021 Kaagaz Lal Bihari Released on Zee5
Mimi Bhanu Released on Netflix
Bunty Aur Babli 2 Jatayu Singh [58]
83 PR Man Singh[59] [60]
2022 Bachchhan Paandey Bhaves Bhoplo [61][62]
Sherdil: The Pilibhit Saga Ganga Ram [63]
OMG 2 – Oh My God! 2 Film yet to release TBA Filming[64]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Time Bomb 9/11 RAW Officer Tripathi
2010–11 Zindagi Ka Har Rang...Gulaal Giga Kaka
2010 Powder Naved Ansari
2015–16 Sarojini - Ek Nayi Pehal Dushyant Singh [65]

Web series[edit]

Year Title Role Platform Notes
2018–2019 Sacred Games Khanna Guruji Netflix [66]
2018–present Mirzapur Akhandanand "Kaleen Bhaiya" Tripathi Amazon Prime Video [67]
2019 Criminal Justice Madhav Mishra Disney Plus Hotstar [68]
2020 Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors Madhav Mishra Disney Plus Hotstar [69]
2022 Criminal Justice: Adhura Sach Madhav Mishra Disney Plus Hotstar [70]
2022 Gulkanda Tales TBA Amazon Prime Video

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Nominated work Category Result Ref.
Film Awards
2018 International Indian Film Academy Awards Newton Best Supporting Actor Nominated [71]
2019 Stree Nominated [72]
2022 Ludo Won [73]
83 Nominated [74]
2018 Filmfare Awards Newton Best Supporting Actor Nominated [75]
2019 Stree Nominated [76]
2021 Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl Nominated [77]
Ludo Nominated
2022 83 Nominated [78]
Mimi Won
2018 National Film Awards Newton Special Mention Won [79]
2018 Screen Awards Best Supporting Actor Nominated [80]
2019 Stree Won [81]
2013 Zee Cine Awards Gangs of Wasseypur Best Performance in a Negative Role Nominated [82]
2019 Stree Best Actor in a Supporting Role – Male Nominated [83]
Television Awards
2021 Indian Television Academy Awards Mirzapur Best Actor - Web Series Won [84]
2019 iReel Awards Best Actor - Drama Won [85]
2020 Filmfare OTT Awards Sacred Games 2 Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series Nominated [86]
2021 Mirzapur 2 Nominated [87]
Kaagaz Best Actor in A Web Original Film Nominated
Criminal Justice: Behind Closed Doors Best Actor In A Drama Series Nominated

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