Posted on October 31, 2018 at 9:34 am

Bollywood Entertainment

5 Best Characters Of Pankaj Tripathi That Will Convince You To Watch Mirzapur

Pankaj Tripathi was last seen in the Hindi comedy-drama Stree creating marvels with his on-point comic timing. With the year-end approaching, Amazon Prime Video is all set to unleash its Prime Original Series, Mirzapur this year and we can’t wait to watch the actor re-arriving with yet another master-work as ‘Kaleen Bhaiya’.

Pankaj Tripathi
Pankaj Tripathi

We have hand-picked top 5 characters of Pankaj Tripathi which will truly convince you to watch Mirzapur this November-

 

  1. Remember Sultan Qureshi- the faceless and fierce dacoit from the Gangs of Wasseypur? With his breakthrough in 2012, Pankaj Tripathi strikingly enacted his on-screen avatar in the much-appreciated Hindi crime-drama. He was both, shrewd and evil and manipulative enough to join hands with his competitors to ally against their common enemy.

 

 

  1. Next on our list is the Sadhya Ji from Neeraj Gheywan’s Masaan. Pankaj Tripathi impresses the audience with his subtle presence in the film which surely couldn’t be overlooked. He epitomizes his on-screen avatar beautifully with his dialogues- full of humor and wit you would ever want to miss.

 

 

  1. Adding another Golden feather to his cap, Pankaj Tripathi won a Special Mention for his character Aatma Singh in the much-acclaimed film, Newton. He is known for being simple yet marking his presence every time he arrives on the screen. Aatma Singh’s character in the film is of a leader/support system who backs Rajkumar Rao in his times most vulnerable.

 

 

  1. Narottam Mishra aka ‘Bitty’s father’ aka Pankaj Tripathi is more noteworthy a reason to watch ‘Bareilly Ki Barfi’ all over again. The actor’s portrayal in the film looks promising and will leave you in his awe everytime you watch it.

 

 

  1. Rudra Bhaiya from his latest addition ‘Stree’ has certainly benchmarked his performance yet again. Pankaj Tripathi never fails to make us burst in laughter the murky, witty and weird ‘Rudra Bhaiya’ is a proof of it.

 

Can’t wait to watch the Prime Original Series this November on 16th.