HBD: When Tigmanshu Dhulia made a special promise to Irrfan Khan, disappointed for not getting work

New Delhi: Tigmanshu Dhulia is one of the few Bollywood stars who have managed to make a special place without any godfather. His struggle tells that this task can be difficult, but it is not impossible. He specializes in the fun of acting and screenwriting as well as directing. He is an inspiration to those people who are trying to make their special place in the cinema world on the basis of their talent. Come, on Tigmanshu’s birthday today, know some special stories related to his life.

Today Tigmanshu Dhulia is celebrating his 54th birthday. The actor was born on 3 July 1967 in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. They wanted to earn a name by studying and writing like their parents. He came to Delhi after graduating in 1986. Here he enrolled in the National School of Drama (NSD). In NSD, he met the late actor Irrfan Khan, who was his senior. This meeting later turned into a deep friendship.

Irfan and Tigmanshu had developed a deep friendship while working in Bollywood. According to media reports, when Irfan wanted to leave Mumbai due to lack of work, Tigmanshu stopped him. Tigmanshu not only stopped him, but also promised to work in his first film. Tigmanshu kept his promise and gave him a chance in his first film ‘Haasil’. After that they worked together in many films.

Tigmanshu has also worked as an assistant director, casting director in Bollywood. He was the casting director of the films ‘Bandit Queen’ and ‘The Warrior’. Tigmanshu has impressed people with his acting as well as direction. Who can forget his acting in the film ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’. He has also appeared in films like ‘Zero’, ‘Shahid’ and ‘Tevar’.

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