Hemant Pandey Biography
He is more known for his comic part at Doordarshan called Office. He is a known TV on-screen character who is similarly no doubt understood over the silver screen for assuming littler and comic parts in Bollywood motion pictures. He initially hails from Uttarakhand from a spot called Pithoragarh. He did his educating and school from his origination just, in any case, after his concentrated on he went to New Delhi wherein he joined one NGO called Janmadhyam and Allaripu wherein he began his vocation of acting with road plays, later he changed over to theaters to do several shows. At long last he moved to Mumbai to begin his formal vocation in acting. As per him all his youth has gone in viewing the parody of Johny Lever and different entertainers on wide screen, which roused him to tread this way.
Subsequent to moving to Mumbai, he proceeded with theater and with little time span, he got a part in a TV show called Hera Pheri. This took after two or three others incorporating Office in 2000, Tammana House and Neer Bhare Tere Naina Devi. His comic part in Office was a major hit, which even helped him to discover a break in Bollywood motion pictures beginning with the film Mujhe Kuch Kehna Hai featuring Tusshar Kapoor and Kareena Kapoor. From that point forward it was no seeing back as he got various films including Rehnaa Hai Terre Dil Mein, Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage, Badhaai Ho Badhaai, Fareb, Krrish, Detective Naani, Sankat City, Kaalo, Ready and 2 Nights in Soul Valley.
At present, he is occupied with a TV system called Neer Bhare Tere Naina Devi, which is disclosed over Ghasita. This is a part of a typical villager who is being troubled by his destitution and happens to be the main bread worker of the gang. His execution for the said character has been increased in value by crowd and faultfinders. Aside from working in this TV arrangement, he is additionally seen in Kahani Comedy Circus Ki, which is publicized in Sony TV. Here he is taking part as an outstanding humorist. He has been recompensed with two or three TV channels.