Mukesh Tiwari is an Indian actor, who has worked predominantly in Bollywood and few Tamil, Punjabi, Kannada and Telugu films. He is known for playing negative and comic side roles. He graduated from National School of Drama in 1994. He entered the film industry in the year 1998 with the movie China Gate. He is known for his work in The Legend of Bhagat Singh, Gangaajal and Golmaal.[citation needed]

Mukesh Tiwari
Born
Sagar, Madhya Pradesh, India[1]
OccupationActor
Years active1998–present

Filmography

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  • All films in Hindi language unless specified otherwise
Key
Denotes films that have not yet been released
List of Mukesh Tiwari film credits
Year Film Role Notes
1998 China Gate Jageera
2000 Hum Panchhi Ek Daal Ke
Refugee Tausif
Aaghaaz Danny Mendoza
Vamsi Charan Singh Telugu film
2001 Farz Sikandar
Mitti Pagla Jaan
Pandavar Bhoomi Tamil film
2002 Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage Raman Dholakia
Jaan Pe Khelenge Hum Marlon
The Legend of Bhagat Singh Jailor
Kuch Tum Kaho Kuch Hum Kahein Narendra Pratap
Pyaasa
2003 Dhund – The Fog
Hawa Psychiatrist-Exorcist (Tantrik)
Hawayien
Gangaajal Bachcha Yadav
Zameen Baba Zaheer
Patth
Dil Pardesi Ho Gayaa Tabrez Baig
LOC Kargil Lt Col A Asthana
Relax 2003
2004 Hawas Cop
Dukaan – The Body Shop Inspector Gokhale
Taarzan – The Wonder Car Kailash Chopra
Kuchh Kaha Aapne
2005 Yehi Hai Zindagi Pintya
Tango Charlie Pakistan Army Officer
Shabnam Mausi Madan Pandit
D Mukesh
Yahaan Major Rathod
Mangal Pandey - The Rising Bakht Khan
Kasak Ronak Singh
Apaharan SP Anwar Khan
2006 Humko Tumse Pyaar Hai
Talaimagan Shanmuga vadivelu Tamil film
Teesri Aankh – The Hidden Camera Dinesh
Jigyaasa Ksamaal Hussain
Ho Sakta Hai Kushaba
Aatma
Ek Zakhm – The Blast Jai
Alag Mr. Singh
Hot Money Inspector Arjun Chaudhary
Golmaal Vasooli Bhai
Kachchi Sadak
2007 Pokkiri L. Govindan Tamil film
Undertrial Nadir Saab
Miss Anara
Buddha Mar Gaya Sameer
2008 My Name Is Anthony Gonsalves Maqsood
Halla Bol
Golden Boys Dogra
Sunday Anwar
One Two Three Papa, D'Mello Yadav
Haal-E-Dil Speedy Singh
Golmaal Returns Vasooli
Desh Drohi Rajan Naik
2009 Lottery Raja Thakur
Team: The Force
Raftaar – An Obsession Iqbal Khan
Shortkut
Kanthaswamy Rajmohan Tamil film
Baabarr Nawaz Qureshi
All The Best Chauthala
2010 Atithi Tum Kab Jaoge? Inspector
Kuchh Kariye Banda Nawaz
Krantiveer – The Revolution
Hello Darling Inspector Eagle
Golmaal 3 Vasooli
No Problem DC - Marcos Gang Member
Payback Pakya
Toonpur Ka Superhero DCP Kitkite
2011 Hostel Feroz
Dil Toh Baccha Hai Ji Mr. Tiwari Special Appearance
Thank You King
Bin Bulaye Baarati Gajraj
Always Kabhi Kabhi Shekhawat
Aarakshan Police Inspector
2012 Gangs of Wasseypur Special Appearance
Upanishad Ganga Various characters TV series
Chakravyuh Inspector General of Police (IGP)
Son of Sardar Guest
Khiladi 786 Jailer
2013 Love Kiya Aur Lag Gayi
Bloody Isshq Officer Vikram Rathore
Policegiri Padam
Chennai Express Shamsher Singh
Phata Poster Nikla Hero Napoleon
Boss Inspector
2014 Chal Bhaag Kishan
Chaarfutiya Chhokare Baal Kishan
18.11 - A Code of Secrecy Kuldeep Sharma
Poojai Anna Thandavam Tamil film
2015 Anegan Samudra's father and Radhakrishnan Tamil film
Dilwale Shakti
Second Hand Husband Pammi's Husband
Gun & Goal Johra Punjabi film[2]
2016 Awesome Mausam Heroine Father
Kotigobba 2 / Mudinja Ivana Pudi Rich businessman Kannada/Tamil film
2017 Golmaal Again Vasooli [3]
Bhouri Manager
Thodi Thodi Si Manmaaniyan Ajay Kaul
Bachche Kachche Sachche Rana
Jora 10 Numbaria Sultan Ahmed Qureshi Punjabi film; Directed by Amardeep Singh Gill
Anjani Putra Bairava Kannada film
2018 Nawabzaade Raghavan Ghatge
Mohini Vicky (KVR) Tamil film
2019 72 Hours: Martyr Who Never Died Hawaldar CM Singh
Pagalpanti B aba Jani
2020 Jhansi I.P.S Kannada film
2021 Pon Manickavel Motilal Seth Tamil film
2022 Cirkus Daaku Bagheera
2023 Garmi Dilbag
Bawaal MLA Vishwas Raghuvanshi
Scam 2003 Suryapratap Gehlot SonyLIV series
The Purvanchal Files
2024 695
2024 Bhimaa Bhavani Telugu film

References

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  1. ^ 'वसूली भाई' के लिए हर फिल्म, हर रोल चुनौती [Every film, every role is a challenge for 'Vasooli Bhai']. Sahara Samay (in Hindi). 8 June 2014. Archived from the original on 2 February 2016.
  2. ^ Kaur, Jaspreet (12 January 2017). "Mukesh Tiwari makes his Punjabi debut". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 9 June 2022. Retrieved 9 June 2022.
  3. ^ Shukla, Richa (10 June 2014). "Rohit convinced me to do Vasooli's role: Mukesh Tiwari". The Times of India. Archived from the original on 9 June 2022. Retrieved 9 June 2022.
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