Mumbai: Manoj Bajpayee will soon be seen questioning about gender identity in the society with “Aligarh” and will explore the horror arena of cinema with “Missing”. And the actor says he is excited to bring forward both the worlds to the audience and is eager to know their response.
“'Missing' and 'Aligarh' - two films which gave me immense creative satisfaction. Eager to show it to the audience,” Manoj tweeted.
Hansal Mehta's reality drama film "Aligarh", which will release on February 26, is based on the real life incident of doctor Shrinivas Ramchandra Siras, who was suspended from his job as a professor because of his sexual orientation, stars Manoj and Rajkummar Rao in lead roles.
On the other hand, “Missing” promises to bring the chills and thrills with the film, which also stars Tabu.
Manoj started his career with a television serial "Swabhimaan" and went on to do small roles in films like "Dastak" and "Bandit Queen". He got his big break in the 1998 crime film "Satya". He even won a National Film Award for his role as Bhiku Mhatre.
He again received a National Film Award for his role in the film "Pinjar". He is also appreciated for his roles in "Shool" and "Gangs of Wasseypur".