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Ramesh Joshi from Assam making it big in Bollywood


Actor Ramesh Joshi hails from Tezpur,Assam making it big in Bollywood

Actor Ramesh Joshi who has been working extensively in TV, Films and Web Series in Mumbai  making North East proud with his credentials.


Here goes his details :

Name: Ramesh Joshi

Age: 48 years

Height: 6 feet

Education: MBA



He is playing a RAW officer in ANURAG KASHYAP‘s upcoming webseries Secret Games starring Saif Ali Khan, Radhika Apte and Nawazuddin Siddiqui (directed by Vikramaditya Motwane)

Ramesh Played gangster in VIKRAM BHATT‘S webseries ”Hadh” (co-produced by Sony Liv) and directed by Sidhant Sachdev. Below is the worklink:

(his entry at 22.10)

Ramesh also Played a strong cameo (Businessman, Rich look) in BALAJI TELEFILMS’ popular serial “Yeh Hai Mohabbatein” aired on Star Plus.


He has also shared screen with Sanjay Kapoor and seen as Sanjay Kapoor’s friend in his serial Dil Sambhal Jaa Zara (Star Plus), directed by Abhijit Das.

Ramesh has worked not only in TV or Bollywood but also acted in a HOLLYWOOD movie, Hotel Mumbai (on 26/11 Mumbai terror attack), directed by Anthony Maras and starring Anupam Kher and Dev Patel.

Similarly he has also done roles in tele-serials like Fear Files (Zee TV), Aye Zindagi (Zing), Kumkum Bhagya (Zee TV), Shakti (Colors), Siddhi Vinayak (& TV), Love on the Run (MTV), Sasuraal Simar Ka (Colors), Anjaan – The Rural Myth (Discovery Jeet) and more.


Ramesh was seen playing  father’s role in a Hindi movie directed by Dedipya Joshi, Director of Saankal, awarded Best Film – The Indie Gathering, USA.

–Done a few TVCs, one of them is directed by Shimit Amin (director of Chak De India). Another for Fortune Oil directed by Harshavardhan Kulkarni (director of movie Hunterrr). Recently, did an ad for UBER (directed by Pushpendra Mishra)

–Played lead role in a TV serial (for DD) some time back and was also into writing scripts, dubbing, voice-overs etc.

Languages and Educational Qualification: I’m an MBA and besides Hindi and English, I can also speak many other Indian languages such as Rajasthani, Haryanvi, Bangla, Assamese and Bihari-accented Hindi.



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