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Bringing Joy to Screens: Meet the Brilliant 'Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai' Cast!"

Bringing Joy to Screens: Meet the Brilliant 'Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hai' Cast!"

1. Payas Pandit

Model, dancer, and actress Payas Pandit is from India. Her birthplace was Mirzapur, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India, on December 31, 1991. Payas mostly works in the television and film industries in Bhojpuri and Hindi. She also made her screen debut in the 2016 Bhojpuri film Loha Pahalwan, as well as the television series Patiala Babes. Payas became quite well-known for playing Poonam in Patiala Babes. Her creative credits don't end here; among the many films in which she has contributed are Om Har Har Mahadev, Takrav, Veer Arjun, and others. In addition, Payas has appeared in the web series Bombers on Zee5, Bhabhi Ji Ghar Par Hai Cast , and Mere Dad Ki Dulhan, both of which are highly well-known TV shows.

2. Falguani Rajani

Television actress Falguni Rajani is most known for her role as Gulfam Kali in the Hindi television series "Bhabiji Ghar Par Hain Cast !" In Mumbai, India, on February 5, 1975, she was born. She went to the New English School in Maharashtra and afterwards enrolled at Vartak College in Vasai to pursue a master's degree in business administration. Her career began on the well-liked sitcom F.I.R. on SAB TV. She appeared in a few episodes of Savdhaan India: India Fights Back, CID, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, and Crime Patrol. Moreover, Rajani was cast as Ila Mausi in Badi Door Se Aaye Hain. She starred in the Marathi TV series Vasu Naka. She also starred in two short films, Guilt (2017) and Let Me Die (2013).

3. Anup Upadhyay

Indian actor Anup Upadhyay rose to fame with roles in the 2008 Indian crime drama "Chamku," the 2010 Hindi comedy "Na Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke," and the 2004 film WOH. Out of these three films, only 'Na Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke' (2010) brought him commercial success. Additionally, he appeared in a horror-themed episode of SAB TV's comedy series "Lapataganj," in which he portrayed Chatteshwar "Chotu" Shukla, better known as Motu Mama, as a lovable and carefree figure. His arrival was well-received by the audience, and he thereafter attempted to create three avatars. According to Anup, his characters in this sitcom are the hardest to relate to. Anup was born and raised in Bombay.

4. Salim Zaidi

Salim Zaidi is an actor from India. He has been on television as well as in Hindi films. His comedic timing is impeccable, and he is renowned for the presence he gives to comedic parts on cinema. Salim primarily appears as an uneducated Indian boy from the area. He can add humorous moments to his character with the aid of this viewpoint. Despite having experience in both film and television, he has yet to be included as a main character or in a mainstream motion picture. He does, however, frequently appear in brief supporting parts. Salim's primary dream was to work on the big screen, but fate and a lack of possibilities have led to him frequently appearing on television, also known as the little screen. Salim made his screen debut in the movie.

5. Sohit Vijay Soni

Born on April 30, 1992, in Faridabad, Haryana, Sohit Vijay Soni is primarily an Indian TV actor, comedian, anchor, and concept writer. The television series Tu Mera Hero, which debuted in 2014 on Star Plus, marked the beginning of his career. After graduating from the University of Delhi in New Delhi, he entered the film and television industries. Before landing a starring part in SAB TV's Tenali Rama, he appeared in a number of TV serials after making his debut, including Life OK's May I Come in Madam? and Colours TV's Bhaag Bakool Bhaag."

6. Viswajeet Soni

Actor Vishwajeet Soni was born in India on August 1, 1967. In the Gujarati state of Kutch, Mandvi is where he was born. He performs in Bollywood films and television shows as a comedian. Due to his imitation of the well-known Bollywood actor Prem Chopra, he goes by Junior Prem Chopra. He also did a lot of actor impressions in the early 1990s, including Vinod Khanna, Feroz Khan, and Jitendra, but his career really took off when he began to imitate Prem Chopra. The folks in his immediate vicinity also gave him encouragement, reminding him of Prem Chopra. He has always maintained that being a villain offers a different kind of fun than acting. Prem Chopra also gave him a lot of encouragement and appreciation, and he consistently supported and respected him as...

7. Shilpa Shinde

Popular Hindi TV performer Shilpa Shinde is currently living up to the hype in the show Do Dil Ek Jaan. She started her acting career in 2000. After that, she worked for Doordarshan before settling in and becoming a talented TV artist. She portrayed the main lead character in several Doordarshan serials. Her well-known works include Amrapali, Meher, and Chidiya Ghar, which was broadcast on Sab TV. The 2002 television series Amrapali provided her with the much-needed boost to her acting 

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