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Description: Manish Paul (born August 3, 1981 in, Mumbai, India) is an Indian television & film actor. Manish started his career as an RJ with radio city's morning drive time - kasakai Mumbai. Later he entered channel Star One's Ghost Bana Dost to play the role of a ghost. Before getting into anchoring, Paul has acted in many serials like Radhaa Ki Betiyaan Kuch Kar Dikhayengi on NDTV Imagine, Zindadil on ZeeNext, Ssshhhh...Phir Koi Hai on Star One, Wheel Ghar Ghar Mein and Kahani Shuru with Love Guru on Zee TV, Kuchh Cook Hota Hai on 9X . Manish gained recognition after he hosting, singing and dance reality. He was also been seen in Sony TV's seasons of Comedy Circus as a participant. He also hosted Dance India Dance Li'l Masters on Zee TV. He also participated in Star a Rockstar, a celebrity singing show on Zee TV and is currently hosting Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa (season 6) on Colors TV. Paul is all set to make his debut on silver screen as computer geek Mickey in his debut film named Mickey Virus.
Manish IN NEWS
Jhalak Dikhla Jaa anchor Manish Paul makes his Bollywood debut with Mickey Virus. Directed by Saurabh Verma, it is based in Delhi and is about a hacker assisting the police. And then there are some off-tangents like the tough-talking street-smart girl and a gorgeous bimbo. Our hero is making goggle-eyes at the ladies, frightened eyes at the police and strange, contorted expressions at things in general. Since it’s Manish, you are accustomed to the shenanigans and his brand of humour. However, the trailer doesn’t appear as funny as you’d expect. And given the leading man’s laugh-inducing antics on television, you can’t help but feel a little disappointed. The trailer ends on a strange note too, with some guitar-strumming and offbeat vocals singing the title theme. Plus, there’s that end-gag with ‘hacker’ and ‘hawker’ which is not really amusing. But otherwise, the trailer gives an interesting glimpse into Delhi lingo and its busy streets. The ambience seems spot-on. We hope the humour will be too!