Yogendra Tiku

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Yogendra Tiku
Yogendra Tiku Neerja Bash.jpg
Tiku at Neerja success bash
Born Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
Occupation Actor

Yogendra Tiku (born 25 July ) is an Indian film, television and stage actor, born and brought up at Allahabad, India. He has been successful in entertainment industries including theater plays, TV serials and Bollywood movies, like No One Killed Jessica (2011) and Queen (2014).[1]

Career[edit]

Tiku has been involved with theatre since childhood.His acting career began with a theatre group ‘Prayag Rang Manch’ of Allahabad,and he then had roles in productions such as Bahut Bada Sawaal, Panchi aise aate hain, Khamosh adalat jari hai, and Andher nagri chaupat raja.He then moved to Nairobi,for eight years, acting in many Hindi, Punjabi and Gujrati plays.

While in Nairobi he joined a professional English theatre group called Phoenix Players and with them acted in productions such as The Taming of the Shrew, Moon on the Rainbow Shawl, and The Noble Spaniard. After coming back from Nairobi, He did plays like Omar Khayyam, with DAT, and later Plays like ILA, Rang Bhoomi etc.

Music[edit]

He attended Gandharva Maha Vidyalaya of Ahmedabad and learnedIndian classical music, under the guidance of a famous guru and singer Smt. Saroj Gundani.It added advantages to grow his career in singing. He had sung many jingles in Indian as well as in Swahili language.He also composed many jingles for various products.

Radio Acting[edit]

Tiku is an "A" grade Drama Voice of All India Radio (AIR).He has acted in various plays broadcast by AIR, and continues to do so.

Modeling[edit]

He also did modeling for companies like Max New York Life Insurance,[2] Maruti Suzuki, Tata Indicom Walky, Bharat Matrimony, Britannia Milk Products, Fortune Rice Bran Oil, Coca Cola etc. These TV commercials can be seen on YouTube.

Writer and director[edit]

Plays directed by Tiku include:

Filmography[edit]

Actor[edit]


Television

References[edit]

[3]

  1. ^ "No One Killed Jessica". Variety. 11 January 2011. Retrieved 2014-03-21. 
  2. ^ [1] has done add for retirement
  3. ^ [2]

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