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Pankaj Vishnu
Actor
Born: August 8, 1981
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An Indian film and TV actor, Pankaj Vishnu works in Marathi and Hindi Cinema, known for his powerful performance in several TV serials and films. Since his childhood, he was interested in acting and he started his career as a child artist in children's plays. Initially, he also worked in several Marathi plays like Maza Chhan Chhalay Na, Ranangan and Cottage No. 54.

He has also appeared on the several Marathi TV shows like Chaar Diwas Sasuche, Avaghachi Sansaar, Samaantar, Damini and popular Hindi serials such as Pavitra Rishta. Having worked in more than 15 films, he is best known for Karooya Udyachi Baat (2011), Langar (2012), Majhya Navryachi Bayko (2013) and Yudh: Astitvachi Ladhai (2015). His other projects include 3:56 Killari (2015) and Gavthi (2018).
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Oh My Ghost (2021)
Gavthi
Yala Jeevan Aise Naav
Ekk Albela
Lord Of Shingnapur
3:56 Killari
Yudh - Astitvachi Ladai
Majhya Navryachi Bayko
Langar (Marathi)
Karooya Udyachi Baat
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