Hemant Pandey

Hemant Pandey is an India film, theatre and television actor, most known for his role as Pandeyji in TV series, Office Office (2000).[1] Originally from Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand,[citation needed] Hemant Pandey got his first break in Delhi by an NGO called Janmadhyam and Allaripu which is specially for women. Hemant has worked in all fields of acting in theatre, television shows and movies also. [2]

Hemant Pandey
Hemant Pandey.jpg
OccupationActor, comedian
Years active1996–present


Film Career

A few of his accomplishments are the movies Krrish, Milenge Milenge, etc.[3]

TV Career

He got his first major role in 1996, with Taank Jhank. He played one of the tenant alongside with Dharmesh Vyas and Hemant Kevani, who wants to be an IAS officer. After that he worked in Office Office (TV show) and Mrs. Malinee Iyer (TV show) with his best contributions. According to Hemant Pandey, he grew up watching comedies of the legendary Johny Walker and Johnny Lever, the comedians.

He worked as a character named "Ghasita" on Imagine TV's Neer Bhare Tere Naina Devi. In this, Ghasita is a common villager and like many in his village, he too is burdened by poverty. Being the sole bread-winner of the family, he does not think twice the moment he gets a chance to become rich even at the cost of his daughter Laxmi being exploited. He fools the villagers by projecting his daughter as a Devi and pockets the money he earns in the name of God. As the wealth starts pouring in, his stature in the village and his lifestyle changes. He starts believing that he is now the most powerful man of the village eventually becoming cunning, shrewd and greedy.

Also simultaneously working in as a stand up comedian in Sony's Kahani Comedy Circus Ki.




  1. ^ "Documentary on Leh-Ladakh". The Times of India. 13 June 2011. Archived from the original on 3 January 2013. ..character actor Hemant Pandey, of TV serial "Office-Office" fame.
  2. ^ database. "Hemant Pandey". IMDb. Retrieved 12 July 2012.
  3. ^ "Hemant Pandey". Filmography. Bollywood Hungama. Retrieved 12 July 2012.

External linksEdit